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Canton Township District and Curriculum

Canton-Charter Township is served by two school districts. Plymouth-Canton Community Schools operates over a dozen elementary schools, five middle schools, and four high schools and puts a strong focus on parent involvement by regularly holding events for the whole family. Wayne-Westland Community Schools, a district featuring several state and national Blue Ribbon schools, also serves the families of this Township. Both districts follow a standards-based curriculum which progresses students through major topics in each subject throughout their education.

We currently cover the following Canton Township-area school districts: Plymouth-Canton Community Schools and Wayne-Westland Community Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Canton Township District Curriculum

Plymouth-Canton Community Schools consult a variety of state and national resources to design their curriculum. Based on the Michigan Curricular Framework, the Language Arts curriculum uses Six Traits of Writing instruction to challenge students to become better writers at all grade levels. PCCS also offers several electives in this content area including courses in public speaking and publishing.

Drawing from the Vision Statement outlined by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Plymouth-Canton Community Schools offer students engaging mathematics based on real-world applications. Using mathematical investigations, students delve deeply and think critically about the ‘big ideas’ in mathematics. At the high school level, students take traditional classes like algebra and calculus but more advanced coursework in classes like computer programming are also offered.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Canton Township Educational News

  • Culinary Team - The Culinary Team of Plymouth-Canton Community Schools placed in all four events, including two 1st place wins, at the 2013 Michigan Restaurant Association’s Culinary Event held in the state capital. Over 24 teams from all over the state competed and, because of their success, PPCS students will also compete at the National Championships in Baltimore.
  • Robotics Team - The Robotics Team at PCCS won first place at the 2013 Kettering District Competition. This competition also featured the Engineering Inspiration Award for the team that best advances respect and appreciation for engineers in their community. PCCS students took this award home, too.
  • Chefs Move to Schools Program - As part of First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Chefs Move to Schools” program, students at Dodson Elementary in the PCCS district enjoyed Michigan Cherry Chili and other specially created entrees after a local chef donned an apron in their school kitchen. After sampling, students had the option of ordering the new offerings for lunch that day.

Canton Township Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

The NCTM is a professional organization founded in 1920 that supports mathematics instruction in the United States through journals and professional development. Additionally, their Principles and Standards of School Mathematics is a publication that continues to influence educators at all levels, including local school districts. Any mathematics instructor is able to join and the ultimate goal of this organization is quality mathematics education for all learners.