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Plymouth-Canton officials have cancelled school due to inclement weather.
District officials hope that temperatures will rise overnight.
Two groups from Crescent Academy International participate in Monday's Future City competition.
School officials have cancelled classes due to bitterly cold temperatures.
Learn about the many elementary programs offered in the district and meet teachers and principals on Feb. 10.
Wind chill values will bring negative temperatures for the rest of the week, according to the National Weather Services' Hazardous Weather Outlook.
Judy Mardigian will serve as board president in 2014.
The district urges parents to prepare and properly outfit students for bus pickup on Thursday morning.
Plymouth-Canton Schools will be closed Wednesday due to the snowstorm that has left behind a record-breaking deep freeze in the United States.
Plymouth-Canton Schools call another Snow Day after heavy snowfall hits Michigan.
All buildings are closed and all activities are cancelled.
The nominations must be for a local family or individual living within the boundaries of the Plymouth-Canton Community School District.
Plymouth-Canton Community School District sent a health note to parents confirming the infection at the PARC on Thursday.
Referring to pot as a “benign substance that has no ill effects” in medical marijuana and legalization campaigns is “a great disservice to young people,” drug czar says.
A local mom thinks Plymouth-Canton Schools should have notified West Middle School parents of last week's drug-related incident.