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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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Robin Ferrer ’00

While these are extraordinary times—we are extraordinary people. Many of our Milton Hershey School graduates are on the front lines of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and they are bringing hope...

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In Uncertain Times, Turn to the Calming Corner

Much has changed over the past couple of weeks as a result of coronavirus, or COVID-19. Routines have been disrupted with the call to stay at home and closures of...

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Five Tips on Social Isolation from an MHS Graduate Turned Naval Submarine Commander

Milton Hershey School graduate Jeffrey Cornielle ’99 knows about social isolation. As the Executive Officer of the Navy Fast Attack Nuclear Submarine USS Jefferson City (SSN 759) in Pearl Harbor,...

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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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Online Learning Tips for Teachers and Parents

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a new set of norms that now guide daily life. For children, parents, and educators in Pennsylvania and across the country, this new normal has...

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