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York Learning Center Planetarium shows September 12

The York County Astronomical Society,* celebrating 14 years offering planetarium programs to the public, is now offering online ticket sales and reserved seats. This month we are featuring a children’s program, One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure twice, and Defying Gravity: It Is Rocket Science! For older family members, there are A Part of ...

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York Learning Center Planetarium shows September 12

The York County Astronomical Society,* celebrating 14 years offering planetarium programs to the public, is now offering online ticket sales and reserved seats. This month we are featuring a children’s program, One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure twice, and Defying Gravity: It Is Rocket Science! For older family members, there are A Part of ...

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Fall Homeschool Day at Hershey Gardens

“Out on the Trail” – Homeschoolers will explore the arboretum trail, rock garden and other areas of the gardens using self-guided activities. Families will also identify rock types and learn about different environmental conditions in our gardens. A packet of materials will be provided upon entry. Education staff will be available in the arboretum and ...

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Fall Homeschool Day at Hershey Gardens

“Out on the Trail” – Homeschoolers will explore the arboretum trail, rock garden and other areas of the gardens using self-guided activities. Families will also identify rock types and learn about different environmental conditions in our gardens. A packet of materials will be provided upon entry. Education staff will be available in the arboretum and ...

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Toward Racial Justice Conversation Series: Racial Inequality in Education

WITF’s series of virtual community conversations hosted by Charles Ellison addressing systemic racism and injustice in Central Pennsylvania and beyond continues Thursday, July 16 at 7pm. Join us as we examine inequality at school. Racial segregation in public education has been illegal for over 65 years in the United States. Yet public schools remain largely ...

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Toward Racial Justice Conversation Series: Racial Inequality in Education

WITF’s series of virtual community conversations hosted by Charles Ellison addressing systemic racism and injustice in Central Pennsylvania and beyond continues Thursday, July 16 at 7pm. Join us as we examine inequality at school. Racial segregation in public education has been illegal for over 65 years in the United States. Yet public schools remain largely ...

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Free webinar: How to Incorporate Character Development Across Curriculum

The Character Tree is hosting a free webinar to help teachers incorporate character lessons throughout the school day. The webinar features popular elementary school teacher Sara VanderWel, who plays “Miss Sara” in The Character Tree’s videos. She will share how she structures each school day to support social-emotional learning and character development and provide practical ...

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Free webinar: How to Incorporate Character Development Across Curriculum

The Character Tree is hosting a free webinar to help teachers incorporate character lessons throughout the school day. The webinar features popular elementary school teacher Sara VanderWel, who plays “Miss Sara” in The Character Tree’s videos. She will share how she structures each school day to support social-emotional learning and character development and provide practical ...

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Webinar: Strategies to promote Social-emotional Learning and Character Development during School Closures

Expert Shares Strategies to promote Social-emotional Learning and Character Development during School Closures in Upcoming Webinar May 7, 2020 webinar features Dr. Maurice Elias and is moderated by Dr. Sheryl Harmer The COVID-19 pandemic has made clear the necessity of building character development and social-emotional skills in young children as they deal with the stresses ...

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