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Michael J. Meissen

Superintendent of Schools

Plymouth-Canton Community Schools

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Plymouth-Canton Community Schools

454 S Harvey St

Plymouth, Michigan,48170

United States

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Michael Meissen, Plymouth-Canton superintendent, said districts have struggled to maintain programs and services amid strained funding levels that still haven't recovered from the Great Recession.
Even so, Meissen said, the district has managed to offer high quality programs, with 95 percent of students moving on to some form of post-high school education. "Most of our kids do continue with something beyond high school," he said. Meissen, Paton and Quinn responded to written questions posed by the audience and read aloud by Pagan. Even so, Meissen has said enrollment shows signs of stabilizing. • Meissen said strong public schools lead to strong local neighborhoods. He said the Plymouth-Canton community is engaged in education.


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Dr Michael Meissen, superintendent for the Plymouth-Canton Schools, talks about school issues at Wednesday's luncheon.
Dr Michael Meissen, superintendent for the Plymouth-Canton Schools, talks about school issues at Wednesday's luncheon. / Bill Bresler | staff photographer "I really appreciate the progress and visionary thinking that goes on in the community - working together," said Michael Meissen, the schools superintendent, speaking at his first state-of-the-community event. "There is a spirit of collaboration and trying to work together. When that happens, good results can occur." Meissen thanked the community for a bond issue voters approved last year, saying "those resources will be put to good use. Among the projects to be funded by the bonds is a new middle school in Canton Township; Meissen said the district plans to break ground for it next month.


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Michael Meissen, superintendent of Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, was in the audience and praised the partnership's efforts at building the arts community.
"The cultural arts are important to our community and I applaud the Canton Partnership for the Arts & Humanities for their work to fund raise in support of the arts complex project," Meissen said.


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WSDP staffer Archana Sondor with Dr. Michael Meissen, superintendent of Plymouth-Canton Community Schools.
WSDP staffer Archana Sondor with Dr. Michael Meissen, superintendent of Plymouth-Canton Community Schools.


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Dr. Michael Meissen, superintendent of Plymouth-Canton schools, delivers his first State of the District address.
Dr. Michael Meissen, superintendent of Plymouth-Canton schools, delivers his first State of the District address. So it wasn't surprising to hear Meissen, Plymouth-Canton's new superintendent, talking about "team" and collaboration Wednesday during his first State of the District address. Speaking at a luncheon sponsored by the Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce and the Canton Chamber of Commerce at Plymouth High School, Meissen included community members when talking about the "one team" that fuels the district. "One team can create miracles for kids," said Meissen, whose parents and all four of his siblings are all involved in education in some facet. "I'm really pleased with all of the assets we have in this community." In an upbeat message delivered to a partisan audience of school district supporters, Meissen called the state of the district "very strong" and credited the people in the audience, many of them representing businesses. To shore up the point, Meissen gave a shout out to: Meissen said Perry "represents a lot of the students here. "Those partnerships are game-changers," Meissen said. "We're looking to take our 'game' from good to great." Meissen talked about the district's sports teams, which continue to deliver successful seasons. He praised the culinary and robotics teams at The Park, both of which have achieved success at world championships. And he pointed out the district annually has some 20 National Merit Finalists. Meissen also praised the dedication of administrators and, especially, the 1,000 or so teachers in the district. He talked about the focus teachers in the district have on students of all ages. "I wanted to be part of a district where they looked at the youngest kids, but didn't see high school graduation as an end," Meissen said. Having been a parent, a mentor and a coach, Meissen said he walks into a classroom and envisions it through his "parent" eyes. "The question I ask myself is, 'Would I feel comfortable enrolling my kids here?'" Meissen said. "The answer is an unequivocal yes." He urged people in the audience to become partners with the district. In a community where businesses like Bosch are involved, Meissen said those kinds of partnerships help kids. "The work we've been doing in the short time I've been here is building a stronger team," said Meissen, who took over in July. There's a lot of education in Dr. Michael Meissen's background, as well as some coaching.


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