- Happy New Year–Be an Informed Citizen!!
- Congratulations PCEP Seniors, Teachers and Administrators!
- To our fantastic PCCS teachers: A note of Appreciation from Supporters of Academic Integrity
- In Honor of Our Teachers, a Parent’s Request Made at the April 24 Board Meeting
- Teacher Appreciation Week is almost here–but let’s appreciate our teachers everyday!
- School Librarians/Media Specialists Make a Difference!
- Please sign to keep our media specialists
- Thank you to our libraries!
- Parents Making a Difference–Jack Lessenberry
Monthly Archives: February 2012
We would like to thank both the Canton Public Library and the Plymouth District Library for holding book discussions last night. Many of us enjoyed the conversation at the CPL on Beloved, while others benefited from the program on both … Continue reading
We are mentioned in Jack’s latest story. Find it here. Just goes to show what a difference a great group of parents, students, and educators can make!
We, the Supporters of Academic Integrity in Plymouth-Canton, thank the members of the Waterland Review Committee for their diligent work and fully support the decision to approve Waterland for the Advanced Placement English curriculum at the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park (The … Continue reading
Supporting our teachers = Supporting our schools! http://plymouth-mi.patch.com/articles/op-ed-supporting-our-teachers-equals-supporting-our-schools
Another t-shirt order will be going in this week. Please place your order via email to email@example.com by Wednesday, February 15 at 5pm! Please include your name, phone number in addition to style, size and quantity you’re ordering. Tshirts: $15 … Continue reading
Reblogged from Counterpoint: by Keith Yancy NOTE: I’ve had a surprising number of people ask me for an update on the book ban efforts in my daughter’s local high school. One book (Beloved) has been re-instated, the other (Waterland) is “in review.” … Continue reading
In response to the current conversation of literature and censorship within the community, the Plymouth Library is set to hold two talks with with local university professors. Waterland and Beloved will be discussed on Feb. 27. Another talk on censorship … Continue reading
Thanks again to the Observer for clear reporting on the vetting of literature at PCEP. Just shows that the information is out there, should the board or the superintendent actually want to find it. Officials: Books followed approval process
And how do you put a positive spin on slavery? We need to learn the truth about our past so we don’t repeat our mistakes. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/23/tea-party-tennessee-textbooks-slavery_n_1224157.html