The annual "88.1 The Park" live auction is the biggest fundraiser for WSDP, the P-CEP student-run radio station . Every half-hour, new items will go up for bid and a dream board of the most unique items will be available for bidding all day long.
Learn more about the auction, sponsors and items available at the news story on the WSDP website,
88.1 The Park Auction - Saturday May 18, 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Huzzah! Enjoy Spring!
This year’s celebration marks the 25th and final year for retiring Salem Humanities teacher, Ms. Sue Welker.
More than 200 P-CEP Humanities students mark the coming of spring with their annual May Day Renaissance celebration. May Day celebration was planned by 16 humanities students as their second semester project. This year May Day will has three main activities: May Pole, Catapults and Jousting.
Did you miss the P-CEP Open House? Enjoy a video walkthrough of the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park Open House that was held Thursday, March 14, 2013 for future Park families and local community members.
What do 6,200 students, three high schools, Culinary Arts, Health Occupations, Honors Biology, radio broadcasting, 87 clubs and 147 athletic teams all have in common?
PLYMOUTH SALEM NOVEMBER 8,1978-ISSUE NO. 2
Construction workers lower the six ton rock in front of the school last summer. Since the beginning of school, the rock has been the subject of artistic creations.
Magic Rock Changes Colors
By Rick Bennington
A new addition to the looks of Salem this year is a 6ft 12 thousand pound rock. A school has been a dream of Mr. Brown for many years, so this past summer, he and Mr. Thomann decided on a rock which could serve as a good school symbol and good for school spirit also.
So Mr. Brown put out the word that he and Mr. Thomann were looking for a giant rock. Then one of the custodians from Salem told him about a giant rock at Thompson Sand and Gravel Co. Mr. Brown talked to the owner and he said dollars, the Boosters said they would gladly pay the money. But how could they get the rock here? They were helped out by one of the members of the color guard from graduation, he told Mr. Brown he knew someone down at the Army Corp of Engineers.