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Tag: Social and Emotional Learning

Milton Hershey School Shares Ways to Celebrate Read Across America Day

By Jennifer Hendry, MHS Learning Resource Specialist Reading is a powerful tool. Readers can explore faraway places and meet new friends in the pages of a good book. Read Across...

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MHS Virtually Observes Martin Luther King Jr. Day

As Milton Hershey School students continue virtual learning in student homes, the leadership and empowerment lessons from the great Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. were the guide for virtual classes...

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Milton Hershey School Teachers Prove to be Exceptional Innovators in their Field

Milton Hershey School teachers are innovators who think outside the box—which is one of the reasons students get an experience like no other when they enroll. During the second half...

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MHS Welcomes Students Back to Campus

Milton Hershey School recently welcomed students back to campus for the second half of the 2020-21 school year. To excite our students while they begin virtual learning, MHS has planned...

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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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Milton Hershey School Music Teacher’s Perspective on Trauma-Informed Music Education

By David Knott, MHS Visual and Performing Arts Teacher It’s hard to really know what others are going through and how they are mentally and emotionally navigating the world around...

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ABC27 Features Milton Hershey School Expert’s Advice on Constructive Conversations and Mutual Respect

Featuring Fonati Abrokwa, Special Assistant to the President for Diversity and Inclusion Fonati Abrokwa ’01, MHS Special Assistant to the President for Diversity and Inclusion, shared tips with ABC27 on...

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Milton Hershey School, Hershey Trust Company Seek to Expand Impact and Reach Through New Cost-Free Early Childhood Education Initiative

Milton Hershey School and the Hershey Trust Company today filed a petition in the Orphans’ Court Division of the Dauphin County Court of Common Pleas requesting authorization to develop and...

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MHS Alumnus is Excited for 2020-21 School Year

By Dale Williams ‘94, MHS Social and Emotional Learning Teacher As an alumnus and staff member of Milton Hershey School, I have participated in many Opening of School traditions throughout...

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MHS Students Create Positivity Rocks

During an uncertain time in Milton Hershey School history John Davis, Coordinator of Visual Arts for MHS, created a 4-week focus arts series for Year-Round Experience (YRE) to encourage students...

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