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Who We Are

By Tony Sedun, an MHS Middle Division Teacher Stripes on zebras. Spots on koalas’ noses. Nose prints on cows. Fingerprints on people. These are the marks of individuality in the...

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We’re Not Alone on this Rollercoaster Ride

By Casey Ainsworth, an MHS Middle Division Teacher Spring brings with it a lot to look forward to. Longer days, warmth, trees and plants blooming, and a lot of social...

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Be the Reason Someone Smiles

By Tyler J. Baker, an MHS Senior Division English teacher Making a difference has always been a passion of mine. After college, I started to develop a life philosophy and...

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From Luck to Love: Together, We Can Rise

By Tony Sedun, an MHS Middle Division Teacher “Change comes hard in America, but it comes constantly.” These words were written by the American novelist and journalist Anna Quindlen in...

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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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Sharing the Gift of Travel and Culture

A Life-Changing Trip Across the World Brought Kimberly Ross ’02 Home Milton Hershey School teacher and alumna Kimberly Ross ’02 has a few life-altering moments that are forever imprinted in...

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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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Teaching Is About the Little Moments

When teaching at the elementary or middle school level, teachers may not always see the fruits of their labor.  Often times, it could be years later that you see 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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You Reap What You Sow: Stories From the Front Lines

As a teacher, you have a lot of responsibility on your shoulders. You could probably place your face on the Atlas Statue because you’re definitely carrying the weight of the...

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