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The pride our students share is unbelievable when it comes to their writing. It is a great way to turn them on to poetry, self-expression, and social studies.
Read More Darcella Maul Thanks again for your wonderful competition. Over many years, I have seen kids grow in their enthusiasm for writing. Today, 39 of our students walked out the door feeling like champions!
Read More Kelly Mattson Wow! We do several different poetry exercises and projects throughout the year and I have found that the experience of working with your contest helps create extra student enthusiasm for their work and our various topics.
Thank you for sponsoring this poetry contest. It allowed our student poets the opportunity to see that they can, and do write for a real audience. Read More Barbara Gondek I want to thank you. Your contest will boost self-confidence, especially for those students who do not play sports.
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My students are thrilled to see their work in such a wonderful publication! Thank you for your efforts. Read More Mrs. DeHoney This contest is an excellent tool for motivation and stimulates an appreciation for poetry.
It has proven to be a self-esteem booster for my students and stirs a sense of energy I have found hard to generate from regular instruction in the classroom.
My students have found a purpose for writing, and I have you to thank for creating such an opportunity.
Read More Kimberly J. White Thank you for conducting this contest. Knowing that their poems will be published has given these students a feeling of success. Since they are all Title I reading students who have difficulty with reading and writing anyway, your recognition of their literary talents has been especially meaningful to them.
Read More Margaret Cheasebro -Counselor I would like to say thank you for your wonderful contest. I can't tell you how excited this year's students were to submit their work.
When we presented our poems at our Author's Tea, the parents were very pleased. Presenting your poem and then having it published, is a wonderful way to start the school year. In this world of video games, virtual reality, and other technological hooplah, it is nice to have a group such as you who still value the written word!
So many high school students love to write poetry and I think it is wonderful to provide a vehicle through which to showcase their work. Read More Anne Byrd Your company is doing a great thing for our youth! Writing down thoughts and feelings is a way to express what's inside and very healthy!
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