This fall, Plymouth-Canton Community Schools will hold its largest rollout of electronic equipment to students when it begins distribution of Chromebooks to all 6th graders and all 9th graders. Recent chats and posts on some Facebook pages show there are some misunderstandings about the 1:1 computer program being instituted in Plymouth-Canton Community Schools this fall. We want to clear up those misunderstandings and provide our parents and community members with some solid information.
Fourteen schools in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools’ district placed in the top 80th percentile or better in the most recent Michigan Department of Education (MDE) Top to Bottom List, which was released today (Wednesday, Aug. 13.) In fact, Dodson Elementary School has earned the label of a Reward School for the third consecutive year, finishing with a 97th Percentile Ranking.
With the start of school only a few short weeks away, parents may want to familiarize themselves with these frequently asked questions about bus service at Plymouth-Canton Community Schools.
Voters in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools district overwhelmingly voted to renew the operating millage for 10 years by a 61 percent to 39 percent margin in Tuesday’s primary election.
Unofficial vote results were 9,501 yes to 6,105 no.