Cheyenne & Leedey Schools Honor Outstanding Mentors

Joe Hay, Cheyenne Joe Hay, Cheyenne and Roy McClendon, Leedey have been recognized by the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence and their community mentoring organizations during National Mentor Month in January. Joe Hay is a retired Roger Mills County Sheriff who has been a faithful mentor and positive role model to Kaden for the past five years. Hay is a veteran mentor with the Cheyenne Building Esteem and Responsibility (B.E.A.R.S.) mentoring program. “Mr. Hay’s outgoing personality has influenced Kaden to become more congenial and social with others,” shared Cheyenne Elementary Principal Belinda Chalfant. “They just click. Mr. Hay has taught Kaden…

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