Students at Hayes play one last hand of cards


Senior Delaware Hayes High School students from “House Steamtown” (in light blue) play euchre against seniors from “House Prospect Hill” (in yellow) Friday morning. Many students competing in the euchre tournament admitted they had never played the game before Friday. School officials said Friday was the last day for seniors and there were dozens of house activities and contests throughout the day. Hayes’ student body was divided into eight houses at the start of the school year in an effort to foster more relationships and involvement in school activities.

Senior Delaware Hayes High School students from “House Steamtown” (in light blue) play euchre against seniors from “House Prospect Hill” (in yellow) Friday morning. Many students competing in the euchre tournament admitted they had never played the game before Friday. School officials said Friday was the last day for seniors and there were dozens of house activities and contests throughout the day. Hayes’ student body was divided into eight houses at the start of the school year in an effort to foster more relationships and involvement in school activities.


Glenn Battishill | The Gazette

Senior Delaware Hayes High School students from “House Steamtown” (in light blue) play euchre against seniors from “House Prospect Hill” (in yellow) Friday morning. Many students competing in the euchre tournament admitted they had never played the game before Friday. School officials said Friday was the last day for seniors and there were dozens of house activities and contests throughout the day. Hayes’ student body was divided into eight houses at the start of the school year in an effort to foster more relationships and involvement in school activities.

Senior Delaware Hayes High School students from “House Steamtown” (in light blue) play euchre against seniors from “House Prospect Hill” (in yellow) Friday morning. Many students competing in the euchre tournament admitted they had never played the game before Friday. School officials said Friday was the last day for seniors and there were dozens of house activities and contests throughout the day. Hayes’ student body was divided into eight houses at the start of the school year in an effort to foster more relationships and involvement in school activities.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/05/web1_Hayes-2.jpgSenior Delaware Hayes High School students from “House Steamtown” (in light blue) play euchre against seniors from “House Prospect Hill” (in yellow) Friday morning. Many students competing in the euchre tournament admitted they had never played the game before Friday. School officials said Friday was the last day for seniors and there were dozens of house activities and contests throughout the day. Hayes’ student body was divided into eight houses at the start of the school year in an effort to foster more relationships and involvement in school activities. Glenn Battishill | The Gazette