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Six Tips for Taking a Brain Break

By Adria Miller and Mary Readinger, Milton Hershey School Senior Division Behavior Support Specialists Like many school districts across Pennsylvania, Milton Hershey School students have transitioned to online learning as...

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How to Create Your Own Victory Garden During COVID-19

By: Taryn Hogeland and Jason Smith, Milton Hershey School Agricultural and Environmental Education staff Victory gardens are deep in our American history after traumas of war and during stressful times...

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Creative Ways to Be Golden and Show Positive Spirit Toward Others

By Adria Miller and Mary Readinger, Milton Hershey School Senior Division Behavior Support Specialists Milton Hershey said: “What I want to do is to find a practical use for what...

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Seven Tips for Good Sleep Hygiene

By Adria Miller and Mary Readinger, Milton Hershey School Senior Division Behavior Support Specialists Teens need eight to 10 hours of sleep per night, but often do not get near...

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Tips to Maintaining Self-Care During COVID-19

By Adria Miller and Mary Readinger, Milton Hershey School Senior Division Behavior Support Specialists Due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Milton Hershey School and our home communities are faced with...

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A Career of Growth

Courtney Williams, a Harrisburg, Pennsylvania native, found out about Milton Hershey School from her friends and family who worked and attended the school for years. After receiving her bachelor’s degree...

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What Can I Do For You?

How Hospitality Helps Our Students Imagine arriving at your hotel after a long day of travel. Perhaps this is a business or work-related trip and you are traveling alone. Perhaps...

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A Creative Way to Share Enthusiasm

The act of giving often sounds easy, but it truly takes a giving heart to share something with another person in hopes of brightening their day. That’s exactly what the...

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An MHS Food Bank with an Intention

Across the United States, 1 in 6 children may not know where they will get their next meal. At Milton Hershey School, we are thankful to be able to provide...

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Mentorships Critical to the Success of the 21st Century Workforce

By Peter Gurt and John Gomperts Every day, we meet young people facing challenging circumstances who require additional support to graduate high school and enter the workforce. Milton Hershey School...

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