African American Student Association The goal of the club is to promote diversity and to learn about the African American Culture. The club talks about issues in the African American community, participates in community service projects, produces a Black History Month program. All students are welcome to join. AASA’s objectives are for each student to
Calling all Princesses! Who: Children ages 3-11 and an adult to accompany them. What: An afternoon of princess themed games and activities. Come for snacks, movies, crafts, nail painting, prizes, and much more! When: Saturday December 6, 2014 from noon to 3pm. You can pre order your ticket for $10 per child OR buy your
News · Welcome to PHS Congress!
PHS Congress – Student Government Student government at P-CEP is designed to provide students with an avenue to constructively consider and act upon issues that affect the student body. Students may apply for membership each Spring. Administrators, teachers, and students participate together to provide for student-Advisored activities.
88.1 The Park is hosting their annual Thanks for Giving Pledge Drive this week. The pledge drive is one of the station’s main fundraisers. Listeners have a chance to support student radio that is focused on impacting students and serving the community. The pledge drive will wrap up on Saturday Nov. 15. Listeners can call
This video was a collaboration between the P-CEP Culinary Program/Gourmet Club, and the Video Productions Program at the Park Special Thanks to Ryan Apley, P-CEP Senior, who created this video Enjoy! [complete_gallery id=”10732″ class=”alignnone” ]
Click this link to view a video shot by Bradley Kadrich of the Observer and Eccentric Newspaper. 2014 Culinary team. http://archive.hometownlife.com/videonetwork/3516482770001/Plymouth-Canton-Culinary-Arts
News · Gourmet Club in the news!
click this link for a summary of the gourmet club in the news! http://pcep.pccs.k12.mi.us/node/281
The P-CEP Gourmet Club will be hosting tryouts for this year’s culinary team.
Multiple Teams · Join the Eco Club
Join the Eco Club. We meet every other week on Tuesdays in Salem room 2207 from 2:30-3:30.. Our next meeting is Tuesday, November 11th. We work to make students more environmentally aware. We: go on hikes read books about environmental concerns and discuss them take on an environmental challenge at every meeting that lasts two
News · Opposing Viewpoints Database
Please check out the Opposing Viewpoints Database, you may access it for free through MEL (Michigan Electronic Library) for free. This is a great site to get a topical idea for the try-out from, it is also a great site to use in researching for debates, hot topic issues and proper use of citations in