Background briefing -- During the Fall of the 2013-2014 school year, the Plymouth- Canton Community Schools Board of Education commissioned a system assessment to review our status as a school district and identify needs to become an even higher-performing school district. One of the ongoing needs of the school district has been to determine pupils assigned to schools.

 

Background briefing -- During the Fall of the 2013-2014 school year, the Plymouth-
Canton Community Schools Board of Education commissioned a system assessment to review our status as a school district and identify needs to become an even higher-performing school district. One of the ongoing needs of the school district has been to determine pupils assigned to schools.

Kristen Hennessey, Director of Nutrition Services for both the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools and Livonia Public Schools, is the new president of the 1,600-member School Nutrition Association of Michigan for the 2014-2015 school year. Mrs. Hennessey assumed the leadership of the organization at its recent annual meeting near Traverse City.

The Plymouth-Canton School Council hosted the eight candidates for the School Board election at their regular meeting on October 24, 2014.  Two video production students from the high school created videos of their introductions, and they are available for viewing here.

Students at Miller Elementary attendend a Unite Against Bullying Day assembly on October 22, 2014.  The whole school met to define bullying and talk about the roles that upstanders and bystanders can play in bullying situations.  The students also learned to identify their "Fence of Friends", in other words, people they can go to when they need support.