Rohan Ghantasala and the 88.1 the Park Sports Staff spotlight the softball teams at Canton, Plymouth and Salem High Schools. They talk with players and coaches to learn more about the 2019 season.
WSS Softball 2019 final mix
Canton High School Student Congress presents Warriors for a Healthy Mind, an outdoor yoga mental health event, on Saturday May 18, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park Varsity Football Field. 88.1 the Park’s, Leah Robinson, spoke with Warriors for a Healthy Mind Co-Founder, Maddie Mustaine, about the event and their plans for the money raised.
The P-CEP Lightning Robotics Team has been celebrating another successful year. They won the Michigan State Championship and placed 6th at the World Championships in Detroit. Emma Johnston spoke with Lightning Robotics Advisor, Jay Obsniuk, to learn more about the team.
The Plymouth-Canton Community Schools recently completed a climate survey of district stakeholders including staff, parents, students, and community members. 88.1 the Park’s Operations Manager, Sam Badger, spoke with P-CCS Executive Director of Communications and Marketing, Nick Brandon. They talked about the survey and the end of another school year.
Katie Horvath Roy passed away a little over two years ago. Katie was a Plymouth-Canton Community Schools graduate and she went on to be a teacher and dance instructor. Her family is hosting the Katie Horvath Roy Memorial Golf Outing on Saturday July 27, at Fox Hills Golf and Banquet Center. The golf outing will raise money for scholarships for elementary education students at Eastern Michigan University, Katie’s alma mater. 88.1 the Park Station Manager, Bill Keith, spoke with Katie’s father, Mark Horvath, about Katie and the golf outing. Mark is a former Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Board of Education Member.