On August 5, 2014, Plymouth-Canton Community School residents will have the opportunity to vote on a long-standing Non-Homestead millage which generates operating revenue for the District. Please open the attached flyer for important information about this issue.
What will the Non-Homestead millage cost homeowners? Nothing.
The millage applies only to local business, industrial, and commercial property, and property that is not the owner’s primary residence.
On August 5, 2014, voters in Wayne County will be asked to consider a school enhancement millage. For information, please see the attached FAQ.
Children need healthy meals to learn. Plymouth-Canton Community Schools offers healthy meals every school day. Students may buy lunch at the elementary for $2.75 and breakfast for $1.50; Lunch at the Middle School for $3.00, breakfast for $1.65 and the High School, lunch for $3.00 and breakfast for $1.75.