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Jane L. Nance

(Chrisman, Illinois)

Teachers We Love You


Teachers we love you,
For all the kind things you do,
using your teaching tools and talents,
Keeping everything in balance,
Bringing out the student's very best,
So they will always pass the test,
We know for you, it is essential,
For them to reach their potential,
In teaching, a teacher goes out of her way,
By bringing in items to aid, day after day,
At times, we know, that there is stress,
Hoping the stress is o'er shadowed with success,
A teacher has patience unending,
Unselfishly of the time spending,
Teachers, we all hope that you know,
That we do care and love you so,
With our love and appreciation,
You are ranked right up with the best in the nation.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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