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Teacher Wellness and Mental Health

Ask any teacher about health issues related to working in early learning centers and schools, and they’ll tell you tales of the coughs and colds they caught, being exposed to...

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Bringing Outside Experiences into Your Center

Field trips offer children the opportunity to learn about a subject in a more hands-on and immersive way than they can absorb while sitting down in a classroom. Teaching and...

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Opening Doors and Opening Minds

Childcare centers occupy a unique role as they help children take their first steps on their educational journey. In addition, they are often the first places where children will be...

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Helping Families Have a Happy, Healthy Summer (and Year Round)

Many K-12 schools are closed in the summer, which can be challenging for families—particularly those facing more obstacles, such as a lack of year-round early childhood education for their younger...

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Building a New Culture Through a New Generation of ECE

There is a heightened need for early childhood educators due to the “Great Resignation,” which has impacted the early childhood education (ECE) industry especially hard. Despite a growing understanding of...

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Reflecting Communities

The steady increase in diversity in the United States has been ongoing for the past few decades and shows no signs of slowing. In 2020, the Census revealed that the...

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Integrated Family Services and the Importance of the Two-Generation Approach

By Lindsay Knepp, Family Partnership Manager Between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, we are all reminded of the role that parents and families play as a child’s first support. Having...

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Why We Need to Celebrate and Appreciate Educators Every Day

By: Luanne Gould, CHS Elizabethtown Center Director During Teacher Appreciation Week, occurring May 8–12, we can recognize, celebrate, and honor educators for their lasting contributions to lives. While this one...

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Catherine Hershey Schools for Early Learning are subsidiaries of Milton Hershey School and will be staffed and operated independently of the Milton Hershey School core model.

Catherine Hershey Schools for Early Learning admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.