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Plymouth Canton Community Schools

Debra Madonna

Dec. 10, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   Plymouth resident, Debra Madonna, wants to see as many people as possible show up at the Tuesday night, Dec. 10, Plymouth Township Board of Trustees meeting in support of the Plymouth Area Arts and Recreation Complex (PARC) project. Madonna, President of the Plymouth Community

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Apr. 29, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   OPINION   Voters in the Plymouth-Canton Community School District will be asked next month to vote on an issue that will go a long way toward determining the future of the district. Voters will be asked to approve $114 million in bonds to fund

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Sample Ballot Special Election May

Apr. 11, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   (Sample Ballot) Plymouth Canton Community School District Election is May 7.   According to Dr. Jeremy Hughes, Superintendent of Plymouth Canton Community Schools, here are the major features of the 2013 Bond     ·      Facility Upgrades     ·      Replacement of Central Middle

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Plymouth Canton School Bus

Apr. 11, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Superintendent explains May 7 school bond vote As the May 7 election date draws near, efforts to educate the public about the $114 million bond request from the Plymouth- Canton Community School District are picking up steam. The citizen’s committee promoting the bond hosted

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Meissen Supt of Plymouth Canton Schools

Mar 31, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE   Members of the Plymouth Canton Education Association and the school district have agreed to a new three-year contract. The agreement, ratified by the union March 4, included no pay increase for the teachers for the first two years of the agreement. Teacher’s pay grade

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Mar. 6, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Gallery Photo:   Dr. Jeremy Hughes,  Plymouth Canton  Schools  The superintendent of Wayne-Westland Community Schools is the highest paid in Wayne County, according to a new database compiled by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. Dr. Greg Baracy, superintendent of Wayne-Westland, has a total compensation

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Jan. 9, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.     (Editor’s Note: Plymouth High School was built in 1917 and was converted to Central Middle School in 1970 when the new Salem High School opened in Plymouth Township. The park in front of Central Middle School was called Central Park in the early

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