Monica Merritt to address Plymouth Concerned Citizens

Jan. 14, 2020  PLYMOUTH VOICE.

Plymouth Michigan News


Plymouth Canton Community Schools Superintendent Monica Merritt is scheduled to address the Plymouth Concerned Citizens group this Wednesday when they reconvene for their first meeting of the year. The topic of discussion will be the school district’s $275 million bond request slated to be on the primary ballot next month, March 10.

Voters in the PCCS communities will be asked to consider the bond proposal for facility and site improvements

According to the PCCS website, voter approval will address equity of facilities, enhancing safety and security throughout the school district, furniture and playground upgrades, school bus purchases, plus infrastructure and technology needs.

The PCCS District covers three communities, consisting of more than 17,000 students attending class in 24 school buildings—including three high schools located on the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park campus.

Merritt, who hails from Alexandria, Virginia, has extensive experience in education as a teacher, building principal, and administrator. Merritt resides in Plymouth Township with husband Darron, daughter Mackenzie, and son Myles. She is the daughter of the late Herman Boone, the legendary football coach who has received great attention and accolades for his time as coach of the TC Williams High School, as portrayed in the Disney movie, Remember the Titans (2000).

Plymouth Concerned Citizens is a community activist group of residents from both Plymouth and Plymouth Township. Meetings are open to the public.

The meeting will be held at the Plymouth District Library, at 7:00 p.m. The Library is  located at 223 S Main St, in downtown Plymouth.


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