Canton Social Studies Teacher Richard Mui not only teaches class, but he is also the advisor for the Asian Pacific American Club and he coaches Freshman Football. 88.1 the Park’s Sam Badger had a chance to take with this busy teacher about his work.
The Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Infant Preschool Special Education Program (IPSEP) is celebrating 40 years of serving families in the district. Superintendent Monica Merritt spoke with the Executive Director of Special Services, Julie Woodhams, Infant Preschool Special Education Program Supervisor, Becky Mehill and Infant Preschool Special Ed Teacher Mary Kay Herr. They talked about the changes in the program and the impact IPSEP has had on students and families.
The show will air live on 88.1 the Park on Tuesday April 18, 25 and May 4, and 11, at 5:45 p.m.
88.1 the Park is doing a series of Community Focus interviews looking at the religious diversity of the Plymouth-Canton Community. Saba Mangla looks at the Muslim holidays of Eid Al Adha and Eid Al Fitr. She spoke with Grant Shafer, a professor of religious studies at Eastern Michigan University.
Clay Martin spotlights the Canton, Plymouth and Salem Soccer teams. He’ll take a look at a Chiefs team that is looking to make it back to the State Championship. He’ll also talk with players from the Rocks about their bid to capture their first division title in many years. You’ll also hear about the Wildcats as they try to get revenge on Canton.
88.1 the Park is doing a series of Community Focus interviews looking at the religious diversity of the Plymouth-Canton Community. Sam Badger spotlights Christianity and their major spring holiday of Easter. He spoke Andrew Hamilton, Student Ministries Director.