Plymouth-Canton Educational Park has so many talented teachers. Sam Badger took time to talk with Canton English Teacher, Melissa Thompson, about what drew her to teaching and her love for teaching language arts.
The Salem Athletic Department is created a Wall of Champions to honor past players, coaches, administrators and teams that have represented the school with distinction. Bill Keith spoke with Salem Athletic Director, Brian Samulski, about their February 6 Dinner and Ceremony that will recognize the first class of 11 inductees to the Wall of Champions.
Moments with Merritt will spotlight the great things happening in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools. 88.1 The Park Station Manager Bill Keith talked with Interim Superintendent, Monica Merritt about her new role with the district. Ms. Merritt is also the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources and Labor Relations. They talked about many things including her background in education, contract negotiations with teachers and other employee groups, state funding for education, and the achievement gap.
The interview will air on Tuesday Jan. 19, 26, Feb. 2, and 9 at 5:45 p.m.
The PCS Penguins have been one of the most successful teams at P-CEP, but many people have not had a chance to check out the girl’s hockey team on the ice. Michael Adzima talked with the captains of the team to spotlight some of their success and their hopes for 2016.
The National Honor Society at Plymouth-Canton Educational Park hosts the SJ5K every May. The run helps families that are dealing with a medical crisis. Since 2011 The run has raised over $230,000 to aid 14 families in the Plymouth-Canton Community. Saba Mangla spoke with Charlotte Clark, the student organizer of the 2016 run, and Marc Whitlock, who represents a family that benefited from last year’s run.