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Max Hayes Career and Technical High School Summer Camp

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON Friday, June, 26, 2015; Max Hayes Career and Technical High School Summer Camp, 4600 Detroit Avenue: Students participating in the summer camp, eighth grade graduates entering the ninth grade, participated in a competition with the cars they designed and created in the summer camp. First place winners in the three categories of the completion are: (L-R) Angel Padilla for best design; Amanda Garcia for the car that traveled the farthest when sent down the racing ramp; and Ato Mungin for the fastest car.

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON
Friday, June, 26, 2015; Max Hayes Career and Technical High School Summer Camp, 4600 Detroit Avenue: Students participating in the summer camp, eighth grade graduates entering the ninth grade, participated in a competition with the cars they designed and created in the summer camp. First place winners in the three categories of the completion are: (L-R) Angel Padilla for best design; Amanda Garcia for the car that traveled the farthest when sent down the racing ramp; and Ato Mungin for the fastest car.

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON Friday, June, 26, 2015; Max Hayes High School, 4600 Detroit Avenue: Max Hayes’ new principal, Kelly Wittman, stands in front of the dedication plaque for Max Hayes High School dedicated on October 29, 1957. Wittman hopes the plaque will be moved to the new Max Hayes at W. 65th and Walworth in time for the August 17th opening of the new school year.

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON
Friday, June, 26, 2015; Max Hayes High School, 4600 Detroit Avenue: Max Hayes’ new principal, Kelly Wittman, stands in front of the dedication plaque for Max Hayes High School dedicated on October 29, 1957. Wittman hopes the plaque will be moved to the new Max Hayes at W. 65th and Walworth in time for the August 17th opening of the new school year.

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON Friday, June, 26, 2015; Max Hayes Career and Technical High School Summer Camp, 4600 Detroit Avenue: Judges determined that the Phoenix Flame, designed and built by Angel Padilla, was the best designed car in the summer camp competition. Each student, participating in the camp, designed and built their cars.

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON
Friday, June, 26, 2015; Max Hayes Career and Technical High School Summer Camp, 4600 Detroit Avenue: Judges determined that the Phoenix Flame, designed and built by Angel Padilla, was the best designed car in the summer camp competition. Each student, participating in the camp, designed and built their cars.

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