Hayes students build connections with elementary school students during new program


Myleanna Miller (left), a sophomore, helps Will Stewart, a first-grader at Conger Elementary School, build a Jenga tower and talks to him about his interest, along with Marvelious Bayless, a freshman, during the Hayes High School mentorship program. School officials say Hayes High students met with Conger and Carlisle students during lunch on Thursday. After a pizza lunch, they played “get to know you” Jenga. The group meets monthly to build connections and practice leadership skills. About 15 students participate in the monthly program. This is the first year of the program.

Myleanna Miller (left), a sophomore, helps Will Stewart, a first-grader at Conger Elementary School, build a Jenga tower and talks to him about his interest, along with Marvelious Bayless, a freshman, during the Hayes High School mentorship program. School officials say Hayes High students met with Conger and Carlisle students during lunch on Thursday. After a pizza lunch, they played “get to know you” Jenga. The group meets monthly to build connections and practice leadership skills. About 15 students participate in the monthly program. This is the first year of the program.


Myleanna Miller (left), a sophomore, helps Will Stewart, a first-grader at Conger Elementary School, build a Jenga tower and talks to him about his interest, along with Marvelious Bayless, a freshman, during the Hayes High School mentorship program. School officials say Hayes High students met with Conger and Carlisle students during lunch on Thursday. After a pizza lunch, they played “get to know you” Jenga. The group meets monthly to build connections and practice leadership skills. About 15 students participate in the monthly program. This is the first year of the program.

Myleanna Miller (left), a sophomore, helps Will Stewart, a first-grader at Conger Elementary School, build a Jenga tower and talks to him about his interest, along with Marvelious Bayless, a freshman, during the Hayes High School mentorship program. School officials say Hayes High students met with Conger and Carlisle students during lunch on Thursday. After a pizza lunch, they played “get to know you” Jenga. The group meets monthly to build connections and practice leadership skills. About 15 students participate in the monthly program. This is the first year of the program.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/02/web1_Hayes-Mentors.jpgMyleanna Miller (left), a sophomore, helps Will Stewart, a first-grader at Conger Elementary School, build a Jenga tower and talks to him about his interest, along with Marvelious Bayless, a freshman, during the Hayes High School mentorship program. School officials say Hayes High students met with Conger and Carlisle students during lunch on Thursday. After a pizza lunch, they played “get to know you” Jenga. The group meets monthly to build connections and practice leadership skills. About 15 students participate in the monthly program. This is the first year of the program.