Children need healthy meals to learn. Plymouth-Canton Community Schools offers healthy meals every school day. Students may buy lunch at the elementary for $2.75 and breakfast for $1.50; Lunch at the Middle School for $3.00, breakfast for $1.65 and the High School, lunch for $3.00 and breakfast for $1.75.

Today, the Michigan Department of Education released assessment results from the 2013-2014 Michigan Merit Exam (MME). The MME was taken by P-CCS eleventh grade students in March of 2014. The exam consists of the ACT and Michigan- subject specific exams based on the Michigan High School Content Expectations set forth in the Michigan Merit Curriculum. P-CCS eleventh grade students outperformed the state numbers on all five tested areas. In addition, students outperformed our district three-year averages in reading, science, and social studies.

Plymouth-Canton Community Schools is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Erin MacGregor as the assistant superintendent for teaching and learning. MacGregor began his career as a social studies teacher at the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park and has also served as assistant principal, principal, director of secondary education, and most recently as the executive director of school improvement and professional development. He holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in education from Michigan State University.

To view the information presented to the Board of Education at the May 13, 2014 meeting regarding the Estate Appraisal of Central Middle School, see the attachment.

First Annual Tonda Fun Run

 Tonda Elementary held the First Annual Tonda Fun Run on Saturday, May 17, 2014 to promote health and wellness. Students ran either a one mile race or a 5K (3.1 miles) race. There were 66 runners total. It was a wonderful community building event.