Voters in the Plymouth-Canton Community passed a 275-million dollar bond proposal in March of 2020. The proposal included improvements addressing equity of facilities, enhancements to safety and security throughout the school district, furniture and playground upgrades, school bus purchases, and infrastructure and technology needs at most facilities. Two of the keys for the bond proposal were equity and safety. Superintendent of Schools, Monica Merritt invited Chief Finance and Operations Officer, Debbie Piesz, and Director of Operations, Tim Gruszczynski, to discuss the progress on the upgrades.
This show will air on 88.1 the Park on April 20, 27, May 4, and 11 at 5:40 p.m.
The Plymouth-Canton Community Literacy Council is looking for tutors to work with English learners in our community. They are offering conversational English training opportunities in May. 88.1 the Park Station Manager, Bill Keith, spoke with the Executive Director of the Plymouth-Canton Community Literacy Council, Andrea Hug, about their work.
P-CCS families are being asked to choose between Virtual and In-person school options for the 2021-22 school year during the week of April 12-17. The school district is hosting a Virtual Academy Information Night on Wednesday April 7, at 7:00 p.m. on the official P-CCS Youtube page. The meeting will be archived on the Youtube page following the meeting. 88.1 the Park’s, Sumedha Sethi, spoke with the Executive Director of Communications and Marketing for P-CCS, Nick Brandon, about the Virtual Academy and the information night.
HOSA is a national organization for high school students interested in a career in health and medical fields. 88.1 the Park’s, Avneet Pandher, spoke with P-CEP HOSA member Claire Swadling, about the group and the opportunities it’s provided for her.
The Plymouth-Canton Community Schools returned to greater in person learning this month at all levels of the school district. 88.1 the Park’s Elise Taylor spoke with P-CCS Superintendent of Schools, Monica Merritt, about the effort to bring students back.