Hayes students enjoy board game club during lunch


Luke McCarthy makes a deduction to Kayla Viars during a game of Clue Friday morning at Delaware Hayes High School. McCarthy and Viars are freshmen in the “Board Game Club” that meets two Fridays a month during students’ “Pacer Period” and lunch. Board Game Club is one of dozens of clubs offered at the school. School officials said the clubs are designed to engage kids who traditionally can’t attend after-school clubs.

Luke McCarthy makes a deduction to Kayla Viars during a game of Clue Friday morning at Delaware Hayes High School. McCarthy and Viars are freshmen in the “Board Game Club” that meets two Fridays a month during students’ “Pacer Period” and lunch. Board Game Club is one of dozens of clubs offered at the school. School officials said the clubs are designed to engage kids who traditionally can’t attend after-school clubs.


Luke McCarthy makes a deduction to Kayla Viars during a game of Clue Friday morning at Delaware Hayes High School. McCarthy and Viars are freshmen in the “Board Game Club” that meets two Fridays a month during students’ “Pacer Period” and lunch. Board Game Club is one of dozens of clubs offered at the school. School officials said the clubs are designed to engage kids who traditionally can’t attend after-school clubs.

Luke McCarthy makes a deduction to Kayla Viars during a game of Clue Friday morning at Delaware Hayes High School. McCarthy and Viars are freshmen in the “Board Game Club” that meets two Fridays a month during students’ “Pacer Period” and lunch. Board Game Club is one of dozens of clubs offered at the school. School officials said the clubs are designed to engage kids who traditionally can’t attend after-school clubs.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/03/web1_DSC_0171.jpgLuke McCarthy makes a deduction to Kayla Viars during a game of Clue Friday morning at Delaware Hayes High School. McCarthy and Viars are freshmen in the “Board Game Club” that meets two Fridays a month during students’ “Pacer Period” and lunch. Board Game Club is one of dozens of clubs offered at the school. School officials said the clubs are designed to engage kids who traditionally can’t attend after-school clubs.