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.
Plymouth-Canton Educational Park students have an opportunity to visit Washington D.C. with the Close Up Club. The club’s advisor is Canton Economics Teacher, Chris Belch. He has been taking students to the capitol for 11 years. Max Jenkins spoke with Mr. Belch about Close Up and his experience leading the club.
The Plymouth-Canton Community Schools is hosting a Realtors Breakfast to build connections with important ambassadors for the school district. The breakfast is Thursday February 23, at 8:30 a.m. at the Canton Public Library. The district will provide resources to help realtors sell homes along with a networking opportunity. Coldwell Banker Realtor, Gordon McCann, will also share tips and tricks to aid the home selling process.
Superintendent Monica Merritt talks with Taryn Reid, Assistant Director of Marketing for the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools and Gordon McCann, a local realtor.
The show will air on 88.1 the Park on Tuesday February 7, 14 and 21 at 5:45 p.m.
Clay Martin spotlights the P-CEP Penguin’s Girls Hockey Team. The team has a history of success at the state level, including State Championships. This year’s team is off to a great start and is looking for even greater success.
Relay for Life in Canton and Plymouth recently joined together to plan for a combined relay on May 20, 2017. Rebekah McBride spoke with Megan Schaper, Relay for Life Community Manager, about her work with the American Cancer Society and the upcoming Relay for Life.