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Delaware County vaccination rates for Covid-19

Delaware County vaccination rates for Covid-19

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer May 19, 2021
More and more Delaware County residents are getting vaccinated. Here's where the numbers currently stand.
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Hayes students receive vaccines at school-hosted clinic

Amanda Stevens, Staff Writer May 18, 2021
In mid-April, students ages 16 and older were able to receive their first dose of vaccine against Covid-19 at Hayes. In a partnership with the Delaware Public Health District, Delaware City Schools arranged an opportunity for age-eligible students to get vaccinated.
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Covid 19: Cases & Vaccination Status by Age

Covid 19: Cases & Vaccination Status by Age

Amanda Stevens, Staff Writer May 18, 2021

Vaccination Statistics Infogram

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Meredith Keller signs for music performance

Seniors commit to sports, music and the military

Kristen Smith, Staff Writer May 17, 2021

Athletic Signees 1. Alexis Amabile Basketball at Otterbein University      › Favorite sports memory: "Scoring 1,000 points"      › Looking forward to: "Being a star" 2. Aidan Gatenbee Lacrosse...

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Joshua Lamb stands on the stage during Wits and Wagers

Hayes decides not to run House Games this year

Maddie Wells, Staff Writer May 13, 2021

As the normal House period didn’t happen this year, House Games can not happen either. However, there is hope for next year’s House Games. Rex Reeder, Assistant Principal at Hayes and House Games...

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Temporary space at CVS for administering the Covid vaccine.

Some Hayes teachers experience side effects from Covid-19 vaccine

Morgan Johns, Staff Writer April 27, 2021

Since the Covid-19 vaccine rolled out across the United States, most teachers at Hayes have recently been able to get their second dose of the vaccine. After receiving the second dose of the vaccine,...

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State testing process adapts to Covid-19 restrictions

Noah Sparkman, Staff Writer April 20, 2021

Just like many other things in the last year, Ohio State Tests (OSTs) at Hayes have been modified to meet Covid-19 protocols. The most immediate change is the schedule for testing this year. In previous...

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Covid-19 vaccine availability and efficacy

Amanda Stevens, Staff Writer April 6, 2021

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Students work on school work as the third quarter comes to an end.

Students overwhelmed with stress as third quarter ends

Morgan Johns, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

For many, the third quarter has left students feeling overwhelmed and stressed because of the workload of school. Syntero counselor Shannon Miller said that she has seen around 20 students who have been...

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Instead of meeting one-on-one with counselors this year, students requested courses in an electronic method.  Students can monitor and track their graduation progress in PowerSchool.

Counselors and students share struggles of online scheduling

Harley Barnhart, Staff Writer March 18, 2021

Over the past few weeks students and counselors have been working to complete online scheduling for the next school year while following the guidelines of the pandemic. In previous years, counselors have...

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The DCS college visit webpage directs students on how to be put in contact with colleges. Covid-19 safety protocols have prohibited college recruiters from meeting with students in person.

College visit process adapts amid Covid-19 pandemic

Noah Sparkman, Staff Writer March 17, 2021

The college visiting process for students has been shaped into a new form due to the Covid-19 pandemic. College representatives were not allowed to come to Hayes to recruit this year, and many campuses...

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Students participate in a panel discussion on switching to full in-person learning. The panel discussion was hosted on February 28 before the board decision on March 2.

Students impact school board decision to stay hybrid

Brynn McGrail, Managing Editor March 15, 2021

On Tuesday, March 2 the Delaware City Schools Board of Education met to discuss the proposed idea to switch to a five-day, full in-person learning structure for the remainder of the school year. The majority...

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