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Milton Hershey School Teacher Shares Fun, Educational Activities for the Holidays

By Nora Hollobaugh, MHS Elementary Division Teacher During the holiday season, parents and students are looking for activities that will entertain them while home on school break. As an educational...

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Milton Hershey School’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Learning Experiences Build Intentional Awareness

By Fonati Abrokwa ’01, MHS Special Assistant to the President for Diversity and Inclusion This school year, we are offering Milton Hershey School staff an opportunity to participate in the...

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Milton Hershey School’s STEAM Curriculum Impacts Community at Large

By Jesse Yonkovich, MHS AEE Academic Coordinator Milton Hershey School is an education leader, preparing students with life skills to be successful after graduation. At MHS, our STEAM (Science, Technology,...

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Milton Hershey School Psychologist Provides Mental Health Tips for Community

Featuring Allison Carrier, Milton Hershey School Psychologist This Sunday, Oct. 10, is World Mental Health Day and this year’s theme is “Mental Health Care for All: Let’s Make It a...

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Milton Hershey School Teacher Incorporates Movement into Classroom

By Cori Bertsch, MHS Elementary Division Teacher From the moment my second-grade students walk through the door, they are moving and keeping me on my toes. While there is a...

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National Nutrition Month: 10 Tips to Achieve a Healthy Lifestyle

By Roberta Tripp, MS RD LDN, MHS Nutritionist As one of three registered dietitians at Milton Hershey School, I work with students, parents/sponsors, and faculty on creating healthy habits to...

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Helping Students Succeed by Meeting Their Basic Needs

By Linda Breisch, MHS Assistant Director of Nursing You cannot reach your potential in any part of life unless you have your basic needs met, and that includes your health....

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Milton Hershey School Teacher Shares Art Activities that Help Students Creatively Work Through Emotions

Featuring John Davis, MHS Art Educator and Gallery Coordinator Did you know that coloring, sketching, and creating can help with navigating emotions? As the pandemic continues to produce anxiety and...

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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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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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