"Harry Hibbard Kemp" was an American poet and prose writer of the twentieth century. He was known as (and promoted himself as) the "Vagabond Poet", the "Fran├žois Villon/Villon of America", the "Hobo Poet", or the "Tramp Poet", and was a well-known popular literary figure of his era, the "hero of adolescent Americans."

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It is certainly a goal of ours to improve in all areas.

Ms. Jackson and the staff at Fair worked so hard to reach Level 4, we just knew they would make it even before the test results, ... I don't think she (Jackson) has stopped smiling since I told her they reached Level 4.

We never sit back and relax. The bar keeps moving up and like a football game we may celebrate right after the game, but on Saturday morning we are planning for the next win. We are constantly striving for the next level.

Our staff has really worked hard to reach this, ... We already have plans and actions in place to see more improvements.

They have all the ingredients for a successful school - good teachers who are highly qualified, total community support, and students who want to learn.

I pitied him in his blindness But can I boast, "I see?" Perhaps there walks a spirit Close by, who pities me.

Where the vast cloudless sky was broken by one crow I sat upon a hill - all alone - long ago; But I never felt so lonely and so out of God's way, As here, where I brush elbows with a thousand every day.