The Local Impact Alliance is bringing a Civility Project session to the Westland City Hall Ballroom on Tuesday February 7, 2023 at 11:30 a.m. The Civility Project is an effort to build friendships and have serious conversations across differences. The Civility Project was started by journalists, Nolan Finley and Stephen Henderson. Henderson and Finley explore their friendship and ability to work together across political differences. 88.1 the Park’s Public Affairs Director, Avneet Pandher, spoke with Stephen Henderson about the project.
Road rage has been impacting drivers and families in Michigan for years. 88.1 the Park’s Bailey Wixon talked with Michigan State Police Public Information Officer, Lt. Mike Shaw, about problem of road rage and how Michigan drivers can stay safe.
The Educational Foundations class at Plymouth-Canton Educational Park provides students with an introduction to careers in education, and allows students an opportunity to work in the Kiddie Kampus pre-school program at Canton High School. 88.1 the Park’s Jayden Jones, is a student in the program. She talked with teacher, Cheryl Bindus, about the learning opportunity for students.
The PCCS Dynamic plan for 2021-2027 is entering year 3 of its development. The plan looks to capture the desire of the school community to invest in innovative educational programming to accelerate student’s academic, social, and emotional growth. 88.1 the Park’s Sydney Viloria spoke with Nick Brandon, Executive Director of Communications and Marketing for Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, to learn more about the plan.
Plymouth-Canton Educational Park has a wide array of student groups to help connect students on the campus. Middle Eastern Student Organization is one of the cultural groups on the three high school campus. 88.1 the Park’s Sydney Capen, spoke with MESA President, Judy Alkahwaji, about their work on the campus.