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Milton Hershey School Compass Project Guides Moral Development www.mhskids.org/blog/milton-hershey-school-compass-project/

[…] social-emotional skills, strong character attributes, the capability to demonstrate respect, and a strong work ethic. The Compass Project is how MHS intentionally grows these key abilities. The Compass Project’s foundation is based […]

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Milton Hershey School Creates Student Voice Platform within The Compass Project www.mhskids.org/news/milton-hershey-school-creates-student-voice-platform-within-the-compass-project/

[…] school year, Milton Hershey School created a student voice platform for its students within The Compass Project called The Compass Project Grow. This project is an expansion of The Compass Project […]

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The Compass Project Gallery Show Reminds MHS to “Be Golden” www.mhskids.org/news/the-compass-project-gallery-show-reminds-mhs-to-be-golden/

[…] theClyde Stacks Visual Arts Center unites student art and the Milton Hershey School mission. Titled “The Compass Project: Milton Hershey School Sacred Values and Social & Emotional Learning,” the show will be […]

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Daily Journal Project Helps Students Focus on Their Futures www.mhskids.org/blog/daily-journal-project/

[…] to students now asking questions about job requirements for various careers.” A school-wide initiative, The Compass Project, encourages students to develop character and leadership skills through classroom and student home lessons. […]

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How Can We Teach Compassion? www.mhskids.org/blog/mhs-teacher-casey-ainsworth/

By Casey Ainsworth, MHS Middle Division Teacher “Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime.” –Maimonides I start...

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Student Character and Leadership www.mhskids.org/academics/student-character-leadership/

Building Character Our Student Character and Leadership Development program is known as The Compass Project. It is designed to help students of all ages discover their values. We teach the necessary […]

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Defining Success at Milton Hershey School www.mhskids.org/blog/milton-hershey-school-defining-success/

[…] term student success as education. Since then, the school has developed a rich character-based curriculum—The Compass Project—that allows students to gain the necessary skills to achieve their aspirations. Students are immersed […]

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Milton Hershey School Student Calculates the Impact of Diversity www.mhskids.org/blog/milton-hershey-school-student-calculates-the-impact-of-diversity/

By Phoenix Frohmander, MHS student Milton Hershey School started The Compass Project Grow last school year. It’s part of The Compass Project program that focuses on helping people to grow. Through […]

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Students Learn Perseverance and Kindness Through Motivational Speaker Presentations www.mhskids.org/news/students-learn-perseverance-and-kindness-through-motivational-speaker-presentations/

[…] Sunday’s presentation supported learning principles from Milton Hershey School’s character and leadership development program, The Compass Project. Through this program, all students discover their values and learn the skills they need […]

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Milton Hershey School Home Life Curriculum Chosen as 2016 National Promising Practice by Character.org www.mhskids.org/news/milton-hershey-school-home-life-curriculum-chosen-2016-national-promising-practice-character-org/

[…] has been awarded a Promising Practice designation from Character.org for its home life curriculum, The Compass Project. MHS was among 326 other Promising Practice schools, districts and youth-serving organizations recognized across […]

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