Celebrating 100 Years!
Imagine having $60 million dollars and giving every cent of it away. That's what Milton S. Hershey did. In one of the biggest philanthropic gestures of the century, Milton S. Hershey and his wife Catherine, who could have no children of their own, founded a residential school for children in need.
Don't you believe that's something people should know about?
Come alone and learn about Milton & Catherine Hershey, the Hershey community, and Milton hershey School, as you use these units to teach your students about a notable American figure and his selfless gesture!
Elementary School Centennial Curriculum Units
- GRADE 2 — Unit: Mr. Hershey Impacts Our Everyday Lives
- GRADE 3—- Unit: Hershey Community Web Quest & Persuasive Writing
Middle School Centennial Curriculum Units
- GRADE 6 — Unit: Hershey Research Project
- GRADE 7 — Unit: Influences of Milton Hershey Research Project
- GRADE 8 — Unit: The Golden Rules of Milton Hershey
- GRADE 8 — Unit: Building a Chocolate Town: 100 Years Later
High School Centennial Curriculum Units
- GRADE 10 — Milton Hershey's Creation / Building of the Town of Hershey, PA
- GRADE 11 — Built on Chocolate
- GRADE 12 — The History of Milton Hershey School
We welcome your ideas and suggestions concerning our Curriculum Units. Please e-mail your feedback to: MHS-COMMUNICATIONS@mhs-pa.org. Thank you.