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2020 Vision Video Library

The 2020 Vision is Milton Hershey School’s five-year strategic plan to educate today’s students to thrive now and in the future. As we focus on cultivating strength of character, delivering a top-notch education, expanding our mission, and igniting staff engagement and exceptional performance, watch these videos to see the strategic plan in action.


Michele Francis – Integrate Science, Math and Career Technical Experiences

Tanya Barton – Advance Graduate Success

Parent/Sponsor Engagement

Pursue Continuous Education and Growth
Infuse Educational Technology — George Pecchio’s Class
Infuse Educational Technology and STEAM Experiences
Grow to Serve 2,300 Students
Elevate Global Awareness and Education
Advance Graduate Success
Enhance Career Exposure and Preparation
Strengthen Parent/Sponsor Engagement and Education
Implement The Compass Project–Health and Wellness
Model Accountability and Exceptional Performance
Build Meaningful Connections with Students

 

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