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Tag: Agricultural and Environmental Education

MHS Sophomore Qualifies for Pennsylvania State 4-H Horse Show

On Saturday, Aug. 25, MHS sophomore Kloé Cunningham received second place in pleasure riding at the district 4-H horse show after showing 20-year-old Haflinger mare, Polly. Kloé’s second-place finish secured...

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Samantha Doucoure ’07

Samantha Doucoure ‘07 enrolled at Milton Hershey School when she was 12 years old from Sunbury, Pennsylvania. She followed in the footsteps of her older brother who enrolled a few...

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15 STEAM Summer Learning Ideas for Students of All Ages

When students leave the classroom for the summer, they lose approximately one to three months of learning. For low-income students who do not have access to regular care or summer...

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Nature Activities for Outdoor Learning

There’s a growing body of evidence that shows time spent in nature, otherwise known as green time, can lead to increased psychological, emotional, and physical well-being. By encouraging students to...

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Nate’s Wildlife Biology Internship: 5 Key Lessons

Nate, a rising senior at Milton Hershey School, is getting a glimpse inside the world of wildlife biology this summer. He’s interning for the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission where...

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Lulu Tunis ’04

Lulu Tunis ’04 brags about two things in her life: Milton Hershey School and IKEA. “My two obsessions are working for IKEA and Milton Hershey School,” she said. “It’s what...

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The Art of Noticing

What comes to mind when you think about the season of spring or summer? Fragrant flowers? Singing choirs of birds? For most people, spring has a rejuvenating effect across many...

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How My Generation Can Make the Biggest Difference on Earth

By Jordan, a sophomore at MHS For thousands of years, humans have taken advantage of the environment to better their lives. We have domesticated plants and animals. We have taken...

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Roland Adewumi ’98

As a teen from Newark, New Jersey, Roland Adewumi ’98 enrolled at Milton Hershey School in 1994 when he was in ninth grade. It took time for him to adjust...

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Student Voice and Student Choice: The 21st Century Approach to Teaching and Learning

To give students freedom in the classroom, Milton Hershey School is committed to problem-based learning. Through open-ended challenges, students at all grade levels choose how they’re going to solve a...

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