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Teacher Profile: Lindsey Nester

Lindsey Nester, HHS English teacher, grades students work on April 4th, 2019. She has almost completed her first full year as a teacher at Hershey High School. (Broadcaster/Emily Massage)

Emily Massage and Keela Delves

April 10, 2019

Former athlete and collegiate coach is the newest member of the Hershey High’s English department. Lindsey Nester is a new teacher at Hershey High School. She was a student teacher at Hershey Middle School for 8th grade teacher, Mrs. Owens, for a semester. She now has a full time teaching position ...

New Teacher Profile: Kimberly West

Ms. West, an english teacher, starts her first year at Hershey High School this 2018-2019 school year. Her room is filled with bright and colorful decorations that gives off a happy learning environment. (Broadcaster/hallie linskiy)

Keela Delves and Emily Massage

October 16, 2018

Typically on the first day of school, you expect to see a few new students, but what you may not expect to see is a new teacher. Kimberly West, Hershey High’s newest English teacher, is starting the school year in a new school and is ready to be a part of Hershey’s education program. West gr...

HHS Teachers Teach For the Kids

HHS Teachers Teach For the Kids

January 22, 2016

By Lynn Dang Exchanging adventure and excitement for stress and overtime work can be seen as crazy to most people. For some college graduates, they know what to do right after college. Others must go through years before finding the right career. Hershey High School teachers Angela Grabuloff, Elizabeth...

Social media becomes big inside HHS with teachers

Photo taken September 27th of HHS teacher Brianna Crowley’s classroom Instagram which she created for the 2015-16. school year in hopes of communicating with other educators, as well as her students and their parents. Along with Instagram Crowley uses Twitter and Facebook in her classroom school in hopes of communicating with other educators, as well as her students and their parents. (Online photo from Mrs. Crowley’s Instagram : @MSCSCLASSROOM)

October 6, 2015

By: Madison Held Tweets and posts may soon make pencil and paper obsolete in HHS classrooms. What students, teachers, and parents once knew as a social media has now turned into an educational tool. Little by little teachers are using media to connect with their students and even their parents ...

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