Thank a Teacher / Salute a Staff

Mr. Joe, Transportation Bus 89P / Mrs. Frayne, Isbister Elem. /  Mr. Slaughter, Pioneer MS /  Monica Merritt, Superintendent / Mr. Danny, Farrand Crossing Guard / All P-CCS Staff/Employees This Year / Dr. Alexandria Williams, Field Elem. / Ms. Diane Danahy, Field Elem. / Mrs. Hughey, Virtual Academy / Mrs. Nowaske, Virtual Academy / Mrs. Hurley, Virtual Academy / Mrs. Jurmo, Virtual Academy / Mrs. Becky Leiting, Tonda Elem. / Ms. Susan Timmerman, Smith Elem. / Ms. Jennifer Wolf, Farrand Elem. / Mr. Wooster, West MS  / Mr. Wells, West MS / Mr. Szalka, West MS / Mrs. Klapper, Bird Elem. / Mr. Nicholas Ivacko, Field Elem. / Mr. Michael Gieske, Field Elem.

Dana Anderson, Virtual Academy / Kristin Juriga, Gallimore Elem.  / Sharon Schwank, East MS / Lauren Cummings, Salem HS / Miss. Jennifer Bennett, Social Studies & AP Govt. Plymouth HS / Miss Carolyn Costantino, Canton HS Psychology & Social Stdies / Miss. Donna Hollandsworth, Salem HS Sciences:  Chemistry / Jason Slaughter, Pioneer Social Studies / Amy Caudill, Tonda 3rd Grade / Jayne Burnstein, Bird Elem. / John Kreger, 88.1 the Park / Lauren Cummings, Salem HS. / Staff at West Middle School / Mrs. Nicole Mifsud, Gallimore Elem. / Mrs. Aimee Bell, Gallimore Elem. / Mr. Blakeslee, Canton HS – English Advanced Comp. / Mrs. Touma, Hulsing Virtual Academy / Mr. Scott Meyer, Virtual Academy / Latisha Thomas, Field Elem. / Ms. D, Workman Bus 97

Leann Howe, West MS Guidance Counselor / Mrs. Robert, Hulsing / Mrs. Glaspie, Hulsing / Mrs. Amanda Fisher, Virtual Academy / Mrs. Melissa Mosquera, TAG ELA / Mrs. Rebecca Nimmerguth, Academic Skills / Mrs. Erin Papcsik, Virtual Academy / Mrs. Jacqueline Barlow, East MS / Mrs. Colleen England, East MS /

Mr Joe

Plymouth-Canton Community Schools is wrapping up a school year like no other.  Whether your student was in the Virtual Academy or the Safe Start Program, school looked very different.    We appreciate all of the teachers, staff, administrators, cafeteria workers, paraprofessionals, custodial workers and bus drivers that put in extra hours and adapted to the needs of students.  The EEF wants to help families recognize those that went above and beyond this year.


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SMARTS Executive Functioning Curriculum

Meagan-Marie Hudson and the Discovery MS Counseling Department

A number of students have been struggling with motivation, work completion, and organization during virtual learning.  With this program counselors will be setting up small groups of students to teach executive functioning skills including prioritizing tasks, self-monitoring, flexibility and goal setting.  Students will develop the self-understanding to know which strategies work best for them as well as why, where, when, and how to use those strategies to complete their work.  These are skills that help students both in the classroom and in a virtual setting.