A lesson from the chief


Delaware Police Chief Bruce Pijanowski (right) speaks to Delaware Hayes High School students in the school’s law enforcement club Friday morning. Law enforcement is just one of 70 clubs being offered at the high school twice a month during student’s “Pacer Period.” Other clubs include National Honor Society club, knitting club, and Dungeons and Dragons club. Vice principal Rex Reeder said the clubs are designed to allow students to participate in activities during the school day that many of them would not be able to stay after school for.

Delaware Police Chief Bruce Pijanowski (right) speaks to Delaware Hayes High School students in the school’s law enforcement club Friday morning. Law enforcement is just one of 70 clubs being offered at the high school twice a month during student’s “Pacer Period.” Other clubs include National Honor Society club, knitting club, and Dungeons and Dragons club. Vice principal Rex Reeder said the clubs are designed to allow students to participate in activities during the school day that many of them would not be able to stay after school for.


Delaware Police Chief Bruce Pijanowski (right) speaks to Delaware Hayes High School students in the school’s law enforcement club Friday morning. Law enforcement is just one of 70 clubs being offered at the high school twice a month during student’s “Pacer Period.” Other clubs include National Honor Society club, knitting club, and Dungeons and Dragons club. Vice principal Rex Reeder said the clubs are designed to allow students to participate in activities during the school day that many of them would not be able to stay after school for.

Delaware Police Chief Bruce Pijanowski (right) speaks to Delaware Hayes High School students in the school’s law enforcement club Friday morning. Law enforcement is just one of 70 clubs being offered at the high school twice a month during student’s “Pacer Period.” Other clubs include National Honor Society club, knitting club, and Dungeons and Dragons club. Vice principal Rex Reeder said the clubs are designed to allow students to participate in activities during the school day that many of them would not be able to stay after school for.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/01/web1_Law-Enforcement-Club.jpgDelaware Police Chief Bruce Pijanowski (right) speaks to Delaware Hayes High School students in the school’s law enforcement club Friday morning. Law enforcement is just one of 70 clubs being offered at the high school twice a month during student’s “Pacer Period.” Other clubs include National Honor Society club, knitting club, and Dungeons and Dragons club. Vice principal Rex Reeder said the clubs are designed to allow students to participate in activities during the school day that many of them would not be able to stay after school for.