Students at Hayes get midday makeover


Alex Armstrong braids Kendra Samuels’ hair Friday morning in the Delaware Hayes High School “Makeup 101 Club”. Makeup 101 Club is one of the dozens of clubs being offered at Hayes. School officials said the clubs meet twice a month and are designed to engage students who can’t stay after school for traditional clubs and to help build friendships. The clubs meet during student’s “Pacer Period,” a study hall, and during lunch.

Alex Armstrong braids Kendra Samuels’ hair Friday morning in the Delaware Hayes High School “Makeup 101 Club”. Makeup 101 Club is one of the dozens of clubs being offered at Hayes. School officials said the clubs meet twice a month and are designed to engage students who can’t stay after school for traditional clubs and to help build friendships. The clubs meet during student’s “Pacer Period,” a study hall, and during lunch.


Alex Armstrong braids Kendra Samuels’ hair Friday morning in the Delaware Hayes High School “Makeup 101 Club”. Makeup 101 Club is one of the dozens of clubs being offered at Hayes. School officials said the clubs meet twice a month and are designed to engage students who can’t stay after school for traditional clubs and to help build friendships. The clubs meet during student’s “Pacer Period,” a study hall, and during lunch.

Alex Armstrong braids Kendra Samuels’ hair Friday morning in the Delaware Hayes High School “Makeup 101 Club”. Makeup 101 Club is one of the dozens of clubs being offered at Hayes. School officials said the clubs meet twice a month and are designed to engage students who can’t stay after school for traditional clubs and to help build friendships. The clubs meet during student’s “Pacer Period,” a study hall, and during lunch.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/03/web1_DSC_0197.jpgAlex Armstrong braids Kendra Samuels’ hair Friday morning in the Delaware Hayes High School “Makeup 101 Club”. Makeup 101 Club is one of the dozens of clubs being offered at Hayes. School officials said the clubs meet twice a month and are designed to engage students who can’t stay after school for traditional clubs and to help build friendships. The clubs meet during student’s “Pacer Period,” a study hall, and during lunch.