September 6th :: Mrs. Washington
Mon, Sep 7 10:39am

September 6, 2020


  • The link to request free and reduced lunch benefits we sent last week doesn’t always connect.  If you had a problem, please try this:


  Benefits expire on 10-21-2020 if not renewed.


  • Sign up for eNotifications

    • Receiving P-CCS eNotifications is more important now than ever before.  This is going to be a school year like no other and it is most important that parents get their information directly from their school and not other sources.


  • Because of a student accounting issue, Virtual Academy families need to continue to sign up for eNotifications from their home schools. The Communications and Marketing team is currently working to create an eNotifications channel for VA families. Once that is complete, those families will want to subscribe to receive information from both sources. 


  • It’s fast and easy to get your eNotifications:

  1. Click on this link and follow the directions. Complete the fields with your e-mail address, first and last name.  Then simply select the schools, programs or special areas from which you wish to receive information.  That’s it!

  2. If you received eNotifications in the past and wish to change your preferences, just click on this linkChange eNotification Preferences and follow the instructions.


  • Your Student Needs a Library Card

    • This year, all students will need to use their public library card to access online text to assist with remote learning.  The Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, in partnership with the Plymouth and Canton Public Libraries are making it easy to sign up or confirm your current card. Just select the community you live in and click on the links below.


Canton residents, help your student succeed in school with access to learning resources from theCanton Public Library. If you are applying for a card for the first time, you can use ouronline card application form. A temporary library card will be issued to you, which is valid for 90 days. For help with this process or resolving issues with your card, call 734-397-0999 orContact Us.


Residents of Plymouth Township and the City of Plymouth can help their students get ready for a successful school year, by getting a library card. Apply for a 9-month digital card online, then swing by the library in the coming months for an actual card.  For assistance, go to or call 734-453-0750, and press 3.