Plymouth Social Studies Teacher, Rebecca Kraft, was a finalist for Michigan Teacher of the Year. Saba Mangla spoke with her about the recognition, her passion for teaching and her classes. They also talked about her role as the advisor for the National Honor Society at Plymouth-Canton Educational Park.
A group of parents, students and doctors recently spoke to the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Board of Education about changing start times at Plymouth-Canton Educational Park. Midha Mashhood spoke with Dr. David Sengstock, Doctor of Internal Medicine at Beaumont Oakwood Hospital, about the impact of school start times on high school students.
Bill Keith talks with Terry Bennett, Canton Township Clerk and Nancy Conzelman, Plymouth Township Clerk. about two upcoming opportunities for Plymouth-Canton Educational Park Students to register to vote on the P-CEP campus. The Canton, Plymouth and Plymouth Township Clerks will be outside the Canton, Plymouth and Salem cafeterias on May 12, during lunch. Graduating seniors will also be able to register to vote at the P-CEP Senior All Night Party on June 12, from 9:00 – 11:00 p.m.
Today is High School Radio Day so 88.1 the Park’s Sam Badger spoke with Pam Rossi, DJ for WCSX 94.7, about her career in radio and recently published book “Conversations with Pam Rossi.” The book highlights conversations she has had with musicians and songwriters on her show Over Easy.
Saba Mangla talks with Pervais Khan, the Michigan Disaster Relief Coordinator for Humanity First, about their disaster relief work throughout the world. Humanity First is registered in 43 countries across 6 continents, and has been working on human development projects and responding to disasters since 1994. These have included the earthquakes in Turkey, Pakistan, Japan and Iran, floods in Africa and Latin America, storms and tsunamis in the USA, Indonesia and Bangladesh, and conflicts in Eastern Europe.