Posted by Susan Kowalski on Jan 20, 2020
Today we learned about the upcoming school district millage that will be on the March 10th ballot.  Pictured above with President Lisa Kennedy are Debbie Piesz, Chief Finance and Operations Officer for the schools; School Board President Anupam Sidhu; and Beth Rayl, Chief Academic  Officer for the schools. They joined us today to tell us about this millage.  Plymouth Canton Community Schools are the lowest funded in the State of Michigan but are within the top 20 school districts in the State academically.  Our schools have one of the lowest debt millages in the State.  In funding they receive $8,111 per student; $9,500 in funding per student is needed.  
 
Our District is 190 years old and in need of infrastructure updates.  This vote, if approved, will keep our current millage rates the same while raising much needed funds for our schools.  The Plymouth Canton Community School District has 17.371 students in grades P-K, and K-12, housed in 23 buildings.  For complete information on this bond proposal please see the school district website at https://www.pccsk12.com/about-p-ccs/2020-bond-proposal.