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Hershey's SkillsUSA Chapter Does Well at State Competition

Hershey’s SkillsUSA chapter sponsored by Michael Jorgenson, placed third in Welding Fabrication at the state conference that was held at Heartland Event Center in Grand Island, last weekend.  The team consisted of Colton Linse, Coy McConnell and Jake Kolar!  Over 2,000 people participated in the event, which includes students, teachers, and business partners.  The philosophy of these championship contests give the . . .

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Karleigh Didier - April HPSF Elementary Student of the Month

Hershey Public Schools Education Foundation April Student of the Month is Karleigh Didier.  Karleigh's teacher says "she always shows great character inside and outside of the classroom.  Karleigh gives 100% to everything she does and always pushes herself to do better!  She is an outstanding student who has truly impressed her teachers this year with her positive attitude!"  Congratulations, . . .

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FBLA Sends Three Students to Nationals!

On Thursday, April 4, 35 Hershey High School FBLA students left for their State Leadership Conference (SLC) held in Omaha for three days. Here students got the wonderful experience of listening to Holly Hoffman, Keynote Speaker. She was the last woman standing on Season 21 of CBS’ hit reality show “Survivor Nicaragua”. She spoke about how students needed to continue to Create, Lead, and Inspire in all aspects of life. . . .

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Austin George- Hershey Foundation April Student of the Month

  Austin George- Hershey Foundation April Student of the Month   Austin is recognized by his teachers for being a student that is respectful and polite to everyone in our building.  He holds himself to a high standard in the classroom and he works his hardest in all activities that he participates in.  Austin is a good example and role model for the younger students at Hershey.

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