She loves animals. Hayley Rogers, age 14, says she enjoys her three horses and dog, and loves to ride horseback. She even volunteers at Dessin Animal Shelter, feeding the cats and dogs and giving the dogs a walk. Not surprisingly, she hopes someday to be a veterinarian.


 She loves animals. Hayley Rogers, age 14, says she enjoys her three horses and dog, and loves to ride horseback. She even volunteers at Dessin Animal Shelter, feeding the cats and dogs and giving the dogs a walk. Not surprisingly, she hopes someday to be a veterinarian.
The eighth grader at St. Vincent’s School, Honesdale, is active as vice-president of Student Council, and as a member of the Art Club. She also takes track and field and cross country through Wayne Highlands School District. Hayley is in her second year as a student at St. Vincent’s and says she much prefers it. The private, parochial school is “a lot closer” where the students and everyone are like a big family. Hayley is a Honor Roll students at St. Vincent’s.
She also appreciates the spiritual aspect, as religion class is her favorite. She says faith is important in her life.
As an active member of Student Council, Hayley helps prepare activities including games for the younger kids and helps with their fall carnival.
Her artistic talents come out when she draws or paints. She says she likes to do nature scenes.
Hayley is the daughter of Michael and April Rogers of Honesdale. Her brother Michael is a 4th grader at St. Vincent’s and her sister Alexis is in 10th grade at Scranton Prep. Hayley also expects to head to Scranton Prep for her high school years.
Both her parents and her teachers have had a good influence on her life, she says.
The Wayne Independent wishes Hayley good success and a happy life. Anyone with a suggestion of who we may interview for the “Good Kid” column is asked to contact Peter Becker at (570)253-3055 or e-mail him at pbecker@wayneindependent.com.