Plymouth English Teacher Leola Gee will retire this Spring. The longtime advisor of the P-CEP Perspective and the P-CEP Yearbook spoke with Sam Badger about her career teaching, challenges for journalism and her plans for retirement.
Michigan’s crumbling roads have been a source of consternation for many residents. Canton’s roads are in especially bad condition. Kaylie Seifert spoke with Township Clerk, Michael Siegrist, about what the township board plans to do to fix the problem.
Jennifer Neumann has been the Director of Choirs at Plymouth-Canton Educational Park for 18 years. During her tenure the choir program has grown to 15 curricular and extra curricular choirs with over 300 students. 88.1 the Park’s Alivia Wiacek spoke with the long time teacher about her passion for music and the exceptional program offered to students in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools.
88.1 the Park is celebrating it’s 46th birthday today. WSDP signed on the air February 14, 1972 at Noon with a mission to provide broadcast training for students and to serve the Plymouth-Canton Community. 88.1 the Park’s Public Affairs Director, Saba Mangla, spoke with WSDP Alum Rob Milford and Station Manager Bill Keith. Rob was part of the class that signed the station on the air and he graduated in 1973. Since leaving the campus he has enjoyed a 44+ year career in radio.
Kaylie Seifert spoke with Julie Woodhams, Director of Special Services for the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, about the special education services offered by the school district.