88.1 the Park’s Program Director, Alivia Wiacek, spoke with new Plymouth-Canton Educational Park Teacher, Terri Brinston, about her career as a Health Occupation Teacher. They also talked about HOSA and the competition opportunities available to students exploring careers in health and wellness.
The Plymouth-Canton Community Schools will host an open house for Plymouth-Canton Educational Park on Thursday Nov. 7, 2019 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Salem High School. The open house will provide community members with an opportunity to learn more about Canton, Plymouth and Salem High Schools. 88.1 the Park’s Daniel Schoenherr spoke with the Executive Director of Communications and Marketing for P-CCS, Nick Brandon, about the open house and opportunities for prospective students.
It’s been about 7 years since students at Plymouth-Canton Educational Park created a lip dub video involving the greater P-CEP community. Leta Carlisle hopes to change that. She is the President of the P-CEP Lip Dub Planning Committee. 88.1 the Park’s Leah Robinson, spoke with Leta about this student group and their plans for this year.
Many High School Seniors are polishing their college application essays. 88.1 the Park’s Program Director, Alivia Wiacek, spoke with Kathleen Churchill, Plymouth-Canton Educational Park English and Personal Growth Teacher, about her work as a teacher, directing the P-CEP Writing Center, and tips and tricks for college application essays.
Loneliness is a problem faced by many people in our community. The Canton Community Foundation is helping residents who deal with the challenges of social isolation by forming a new group called PORCH – Providing Others Renewed Confidence and Hope. 88.1 the Park’s Public Affairs Director, Sydney Wallace, spoke with Beth Meade, President of the Canton Community Foundation, about the new program. The foundation is offering their first training session for volunteers on October 8, 2019.