2014 - Ice Festival, Plymouth, MI

2014 - Ice Festival, Plymouth, MI

If it is January it must be Ice Festival time! For those who are not in town and able to visit the 2014 Festival - take a look at past activities.

[Click on a thumbnail image to start a slideshow of pictures on each of the gallery pages.]

2013 Ice Festival Gallery from, Austin Danis, (P-CEP Class of 2013):
http://alumni.plymouth-cantonschools.net/image/tid/205

Fred Thomann Scholarship Fund

Fred Thomann, P-CEP's Salem High School basketball coach, was a giant in the world of Michigan high school basketball. During a career that spanned more than four decades, Thomann totaled more than 700 victories coaching both boys and girls basketball at Salem High School. Thomann passed away December 27, 2013.

Pictured - 1994/1995 Fred Thomann in the back, with 'Nifty-Fifty it was Ostoin's Birthday Friends.'
Front, Gary Balconi, Deb Cocoras, Chris Robinette, Gerry Ostoin (Salem Principal 1986-2007) , Judy Endres, and Bill Brown (Salem principal 1970-1986).
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Thomann's family will memorialize Fred with creation of the Fred Thomann Scholarship Fund with the Canton Community Foundation. This fund will provide college scholarships to senior athletes from all Plymouth-Canton Schools who have chosen education as their field of study.

In Memory of Patrick Fitzpatrick - a P-CEP Original Administrator

 

 

With great sadness we announce the passing of longtime
P-CEP administrator, Dr. Patrick Fitzpatrick. "Fitz" passed away on Sunday, August 4, 2013.

Dr. Fitzpatrick retired in 2010 after 40 years with Plymouth-Canton. As one of the original Plymouth-Canton Educational Park administrators, he lived everyday to implement the vision of P-CEP and was influential in the lives of many students.

 

P-CEP Humanities Class May Day Celebration 2013

Huzzah! Enjoy Spring!

This year’s celebration marks the 25th and final year for retiring Salem Humanities teacher, Ms. Sue Welker.

P-CEP Welcome! The P-CEP Experience 2013

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?