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Plymouth Township District and Curriculum

Plymouth Township, Michigan is served by the Plymouth-Canton Community School District. The district is the third largest in the state and contains fifteen elementary schools, five middle schools, three high schools, and one alternative high school. Curriculum in this schools system is based off of the national Common Core standards and the Michigan Grade Level Expectations. Parent and community involvement also play a large role in this district and many community based partnerships expand the career learning possibilities.

We currently cover the following Plymouth Township-area school district: Plymouth-Canton Community School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Plymouth Township District Curriculum

In all subjects, teachers use a spiraled program that allows students to gain consistent practice with a standard in order to obtain mastery. Students work in a journal during the school day that has practice sheets as well as Math Boxes that can be used for assessment. The Math Boxes will generally contain problems related to what students are learning at the moment as well as skills that have been previously taught which allows for maintenance of skills throughout the year and into the next grade.

The middle school math curriculum is based on the Connected Math program by Pearson. This is a program that was designed specifically for grades 6-8 and uses a problem-based system of teaching. Students in the sixth grade focus on fractions and probability through the eight units taught during the year. Seventh grade students concentrate on proportion, scale, geometry, and linear relationships, while eighth graders focus on manipulating data.


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Keeping Informed: Recent Plymouth Township Educational News

  • Robotics Team Goes to World Competition - The Plymouth-Canton Community Schools robotic team is set to compete at the world championships for the second year in a row. Ranked 21st in the state, the team will compete against teams from all over the world during the week-long event.
  • Teachers Chosen for National Program - Two Plymouth-Canton Community Schools teachers have been selected to participate in a federal program. The National Endowment for the Humanities program allows teachers to work with experts in their field of interests. The two PCCS teachers are a part of the eighty teachers nationwide that were chosen for the program.
  • Celebration of Diversity - Workman Elementary School recently held their Celebration of Diversity program which features performances from students of all cultures. Some of the acts included Irish dancing, a tribute to Nelson Mandela, and a world tour put on by each classroom. The event is a popular annual activity that promotes cultural awareness among students.

Plymouth 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: National Honor Society

The National Honor Society (NHS) was created in 1921 by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. This organization recognizes students who are excelling in many areas such as academically and socially. The criterion for induction looks at four different aspects including character, service, scholarship, and leadership. Once chosen, students are inducted during a traditional ceremony. Often times, parents are told about the honor but it is kept secret from the student until the actual ceremony occurs. Once a student has joined the National Honor Society, they must conduct a number of community service projects and maintain high grades in all subjects. Most high schools throughout the United States have a chapter of the National Honor Society and over 1,000,000 students each year serve in these chapters.

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