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Andrew McLaren, Director

1 December, 2000 Dear Class of 2001, I write this at the point that the presidential election is about to be decided. Had I written a month ago, of course, I could have started with the same sentence... If there is anything you take into the world from your education in this progressive school, which truly believes in providing real practice in real critical thinking about real issues, I hope it is the ability to think before you decide. I say this even though I know that, being human, you will undoubtedly again and again, like all of us most of the time and like everyone these last few weeks, do exactly the opposite. You have between you close to every talent imaginable. Collectively, in fact, you are a Renaissance genius! You also, as a class, have a collective kindness that comes from your good hearts, which has led to our whole high school division being a compassionate and considerate place. That is a real legacy of contribution to leave behind, for which we thank you greatly. You deserve the best. May you find it and create it, and may you be happy and continue to bring happiness to others. Come back and see us often. Every best wish.

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Little Red School House & Elisabeth Irwin High School A leader in progressive education since 1921

June 8, 2001

Dear Graduates, It is with pride, affection, respect and confidence that I write these few words to you at the end of your high school careers. I have watched each of you respond to the challenges set before you by life in general and by this school in particular with enormous self-awareness, determination, and perseverance. I have watched, rooted, hoped, tried to help, and always cared about each of you individually and as a group. And at the end of it all, I can say unequivocally that I am extremely proud of you, one and all. Over the years, even as you have set personal goals and met personal challenges, you always found time to contribute in meaningful and admirable ways to others and to the life of the community. You came back to school last fall and proceeded to take on the pressures and obligations of your senior year with maturity and composure. In doing so you set an example for all the El students who will follow in your footsteps. For all these achievements and all these contributions, I congratulate you, and for all the wonderful moments you have given me, I thank you. Please know that as you enter a new phase of your relationship to Little Red and Elisabeth Irwin - that of alumni - your teachers will always be here for you. And in a very real way you will always be here for us. Nothing gives teachers greater delight than reminiscing as we hear about the lives and careers we’ve helped launch. We’ll never forget you. Best of luck in college!

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Top Row: Teacher: Sandy Wolkenberg, Julian Gerson, Jake Nelson, Nicolas Baez, Ryan Park-Chan, Jack Coploff, Teacher: Valerie Evans, Teacher: Veronica Rodriguez Middle Row: Cynthia Cochran, Nell Jacobson, Ben Irving, Parker Stack, Joshua Wilson, Emilia Watson, Jona Mensch, Bottom Row: Roman Zaragoza, William Balsam, Emma Sprague, Irena Ehrlich

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Luise & Jennine’s Kindergarten Top Row: Teacher: Luise Haladay, Anna Goldstein, Drew Schmidt, Shulian Murry-Hilton, Aja Quid, Kymbia Bobb, Teacher: Jennine Rodriguez Middle Row: Ayanna Jackson, George Lubitz, Alexandra Berger, Dominic Konstam, Adriana Ruiz, Surayya Diggs, Molly Revenson, Bottom Row: Rachel Kaly, Jeremy Conway, Liam Moore, Malcolm Staso, Ben Harris, Jake Ault, Missing: Maxine McGredy

Stacy & Leonor’s Four/K’s Top Row: Teacher: Leonor Ramos-Santoro, Teacher: Stacy Weinberger, Steven Beller, Brinton Valis, Ada Dovell, Hannah Conley, Jenny Beller, Teacher: Luis Hernandez Bottom Row: Noah Greenburger, Ivo Ilic, Madeline Petrie, Lily Gavin, Thomas Main, Lucas Goodman-Charlton, Olivia Mendoza, Landin Peterson, Missing: Ben Bacharach

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Claire & Seth’s Kindergarten Top Row: Teacher: Jane Yoon, Ava Gantenbein, Harry Lubitz, Graham Stack, Teacher: Seth, Kameron Block, Kirra Delhi, Teacher: Claire, Middle Row: Jessie Savel, Rene Servisi, Sophie Savides, Marcus Evans, Liam Cohen, Jonathon Eustache, Charlotte Masters, Isabella Crowley, Hayley Howard, Bottom Row: Skyler Carkhuff, Sharon Hoory, Chharles Simpsom-Brown, David White, Atlas Wegman

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Shoshana & Suzanne’s First Grade Top Row: Teacher: Shoshana Wolfe, Amadea Torres, Max Goldberg, Teacher: Suzanne Cohen, Hannah Mensch, Talia Feldberg, Jack Irving, Middle Row: Robbie Neuhaus, Posey Valis, Hannah Rifkin, Cameron Finkle, Katerine Heiserman, Jake Araujo-Simon, Lilly Day, Bottom Row: Terrell Hall, Jamie Oliver, Chloe Larson, Calen McGee, Malina Buturovic

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Natasha’s Second Grade Top Row: Teacher: Katie, Rayanna Zaragoza, Emani Stewart, Teacher: Natasha, Sofia Monosson, Harrison Lipton, Teacher: Molly, Middle Row: Charlie Forsman, Kiran Chapman, Olivia Feal, Theo Hoffmann, Lindsay Peter, Margret Wiggins, Midny Toro, Bottom Row: Andre Blair, Hannah Root, William Staso, Molly Altreuter

Jonathan & Katie’s Second Grade Top Row: Teacher: Jonathan Mintz, Faith Pederson, Ian Tsang, Charles Burlingham, Raquel Orelowitz, Claire Hart, Evan Marr, Andrea Cetra, Teacher: Claire Rose, Francesca Cretella, Teacher: Katie Graham, Middle Row: Eda Herzog-Vitto, Noah Conley, Jake DeNicola, Andrew Kaplan, Chloerose BreeD’Orazio, Bottom Row: Amy Weiss-Meyer, Emily Wilson, Benjamin Stemhell


Kelly’s Third Grade Top Row: Paul de Konkoly Thege, Vidushi Sahai, Kai Furbeck, Olivia Arden, Teacher: Kelly Pierre, Siena Tugendrajch, Emma VastaKuby, Rachel Pradilla, Middle Row: Anna Kramer, Edward Duepner, Jimmy Rogers, Sota Koike, Leeron Hoory, Bottom Row: Woobens Celony, Ben Neuhaus, Michael Chan, Missing: Gabrielle Segal

Stewart’s Third Grade Top Row: Erik Janer, Sam Brooks, Will Gibbons, Maura Grady, Teacher: Sttewart Golomb, Will Chafkin, Annalisa Van Den Bergh, Luke Smith-Stevens, Gabriel Cook, Middle Row: Andes Blitz-Torres, Marissa Schwerin, Von Krosigk, Harry D’Agostino, Molly Balsam, Bottom Row: Alison Polton-Simon, liana Weiss, Kelly Ottemess, Max Bledstein, Emily Konstam, Missing: Evan Daves

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Jessica’s Fourth Grade Top Row: Gabe Coffey, Max Jacobson, Mariana Papas, Teacher: Marisa Schwartzman, Lindzay Wanner, Teacher: Jessica Levine, Henry Dwyer, Oliver Klein, Zander Nafman, Lizzie Roberts, Middle Row: Emma Winter-Zeig, Margo Pomelova, Ali Eve Schram, Rumur Dowling, Ben Johnston, Bottom Row: Lola Lorber, Jesse Lizotte, Thea Aguiar, Ellie Shnayer, Justine Taylor-Raymond

Jennifer’s Fourth Grade Top Row: Sam Nebel, Kolonj Walters, Alison Messina, Craig Thompson, Megan Biglin, Teacher: Jennifer Haakmat, Caroline duPont Noonan, Eric Garment, Cally GuastiO’Donoghue, Zoe Harris, Middle Row: Tarik Gluhic, Ethan Zien, Armand Gomez, Tymor Hamamsy, Gloria Bardin, Bottom Row: Jessica Wilson, Emma Thake, Violeta Picayo, Ryan Kim


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Heatherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 5th Grade Top Row: Gemira Climer, Shanaye Jeffers, Brendan McCromick, Cameron Holt, Teacher: Heather Brandstetter, Monet Brathwaite, Sarah Keljikian, Marc De Konkoly Thege, Middle Row: Jacob Perlstein, Molly Beigelman, Camelia Azcona-Montalvo, Nora Nalle, Jeffery Adler, Bottom Row: Kai Beavers, Jesse AvinoTowsen, Alley Dumas, Krystal Hodge, Ella Dershowitz, Dash Lunde


Hilary’s 6th Grade Top Row: Brooke Murray, Sachi Richmond, Karen Katz, Jennifer Hubert, Sara Wyatt, Taylor Hederman, Teacher: Hilary Levey, Nina Cochran, Julia Chafkin, Hanna Zien, Bella Klein, Middle Row: Christopher Rouger, Violet O’Neill, Ian Cohan-Shapiro, Douglas Raymond, Philip Hammack, Bottom Row: Peter Cunningham, Kamillah Aklaff, Ally CowanKrause, Kortney Hartz, Nick Heller, Chris Lipinski

Kate’s 6th Grade Top Row: Cary Loria, Lucy Poe, Saena Ito, Shelly Kopolovich, Teacher: Kate Moore, Naidia Gluhie, Margot Protzel, Tess Johnson, Ziggy Cherton, Middle Row: Beni Metsch, Sam Heiserman, Jesse Highstein, Lily Wiggins, Michele Balsam, Bottom Row: Sebastian Slayter, Matthew Albert, Ben Daniels, Kieren James-Lubin, Missing: Lance Goulbourne, Zach Weber

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Joan’s 7th Grade Top Row: Katiee Berkman, Pietro Clemente, Alex Zhang, Teacher: Joan Rappaport, Lily Feinn, Noah Silverman, Kate Radlauer, Jon Schneier, Middle Row: Ian Janer, Victoria Vreeland, Lucas Satin Rainey, Marley Stone, Takateru Koike, Bottom Row: Chloe Paraskeva, Lindsay Caspi, Cath, y MartinezGreenberg, Giannina Villavincencio

Noni’s 7th Grade Top Row: Noni Polhill (Teacher), Elizabeth Aakre, Carrie Finkelstein, Spencer Leopold-Cohen, Deborah Asseraf, Elizabeth Kester Middle Row: Ashley Walters, Marley Gibbons, Margo Schneier, Sophia Martin Schechner, Luis Zepeda First Row: Andrea Clemente, Sarah Arden, Wylie Johnston, Javier Picayo, Zachary Garlitos

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I did it... but I left it at home!

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Four score and seven years ago our fore fathers.. .like, said stuff...

I’m confused.

Take a doodoo pie.... I love you.

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Oh, but (insert teachers name here) please?!?!

Look at Drew being all smart!

Sarah, can I have another book?

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Where I’m From By Krystal Hodge

Them Always trying to be like someone else. Trying to talk like them Trying to walk like them Trying to act like them Even trying to look like them. But, you’re not them What’s wrong with your talk? What’s wrong with your walk? What’s wrong with the way you act? Or the way you look? Nothing You’re you Don’t try to be them. By Alison wiggins

I am from America where my family is and from Honduras where my grandma was bom. My family speaks Spanish everywhere we go to almost everyone we know. I’m from do-rags, short hair, and cornrows. People ask me why is your hair so long. I say I don't know. Rap, Hip Hop and R&B is where I’m from. Caps turned backwards and chewing bubble gum. I’m from loud block parties and nobody stopping me, from, “You go girl!" I’m from wild dogs with no collar. From basketball, jumping double Dutch and braiding hair, to hearing so much noise everywhere. I’m from the saying “I’m happy to be NAPPY!" I’m from barbecues all the time. I’m sorry but this next one just won’t rhyme. From mumbling words that can get me in trouble. From, “Krystal, did you do your homework?” answering, “Oops, not!” I’m from stalling and lame excuses to cover up. I’m from, “Would you please be quiet?” or just, "Shut up!” From my way or the highway which I will soon be doing the highway part, but not today. I’m from America and Honduras, all the music and all the dancing and prints on my shirt just means Honduras is at work!!

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10th Grade Top Row Teacher: Dalli Bacon Lindsay Wilkinson Matthew Spiegel Ricky Panson Hal Fuchsman Sarah Tolzmann Geoffrey Colon Angela Lowe Teacher: David Garfinkel 2nd Row Teacher: Janet Atkinson Nell Becker Dana Peterson Luis Lopez Curtis Albucher Ian Patrick Brett Ellison Amber Galvan Teacher: Marion Smith 3rd Row Casey Starr Jason Bryant Victoria Pringle Amanda Ortiz Jenna Smith Jessie Euell Bottom Row 32 Peter Dunn Ariel Cohen


11th Grade Top Row TeacKer: Mark Bledstein Teacher: Sarvjit Singh Moonga Danny Strong Akim St. Omar Moses Charitable Juan-Carlos Rojas William Bridges Andres Carter Benjamin Haberman Middle Row Deborah Raji Catherine Cruz Ashley Hudson Britton Mendenhall Daniel Zarr Leonardo Urdina Emma Perkins Christina Rodriguez Teacher: Meghan , Astrachan Althea Bardin Jessica Dolan Toni Mayo Shayna Jeffers Pinky Fung Rosina Roa Teacher: Micah Dov Gottlieb Missing: Robin Chavers Emily Hahn Daman Diawara

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Melissa Aldwell

I just leave.

Domino Kirke

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Morgan Cousins

1 leave Ruth and some light.

Julia Nason

1 haven’t left yet.

Sen Mett Obi

1 leave my extensions.

Princess Myrie

The ability to grow, despite having my sneakers stolen in 10th grade.

Chelsea Croswell

309. Pg. 100 to succeeding ambassador. And a hot box of lettuce with a flag all stuck up in it.

Janeth Cruz

I leave Jason my coat, and my boots because...they’re REAL!

Nejim Grant

I leave my collection of N.Y. Yankee hats, and my over-sized clothing (from the men’s section of the GAP)

Filippo Chia

I left a wrapper on the floor over there!

Catherine Lau

I want to engrave my butt in the only working heater in the school, and leave it for all the cold kids at E.l.

Simone Withers

I leave my mouth, saying the wrong things at the wrong time.

Nora Cosbey

I leave my rose-colored glasses for better hallway vision.

Amber Banks

I leave sped cheak.

Deborah Sklar

I leave the “courtyard” behind the theater to Toni, Jessica, & Ashley.

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I leave a legend...

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I leave my hair a different color in every room.

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I leave Julia everything off the meat rack.

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I leave my blue hat.

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I leave the money in my secret pocket.

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KNIGHTS HIGHLIGHTS* -While most athletes and teams suffer from Charlie horse, jock itch etc... the soccer team was devastated by recurring cases of head lice. (And yes, we are talking about the High school.. .)**

-The basketball team had one of its best ‘records’ ever, the entire team showed up for games nearly 50% of the time...*** - Even though the volleyball team does not win so much, they are all bigger then the editors and we felt writing questionable things about them would be a health ^ %

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**- This is supposed to be funny because usually only little kids get lice, and if you think about it, it is funny

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Freshman Fashion Club- The first rule of fashion club is: whether you are a boy or a girl you can never go wrong with the bowl cut. The second rule of fashion club is if you think your cool, you’re delusional. The third and most important rule is: Don’t ever act like you’re not a herb...

The Senior Girl Study Group- Remember girls, if you did not do your make up at lunch there is always class time! Desks are a thing of the past, feel free to sit on each other and the radiator, that only increases the comfort level, making learning so much easier! Oh, and lets not forget that no matter how many times you hear that the teacher is supposed to tell you what to do, feel free to make a scene...

The Second Time Around Club(And no, we’re not talking about 10 grade girls)*- If there is something in your attic that you no longer need, simply staple it on to your clothes for a new look! If it wont hold, simply carry it around in your hand all day, any way you cut it you’ll be turning heads! *”Oh wait, I get it, like, second time around. Like, that could like mean all sorts of stuff... 95

The Yearbook Editor’s Private Club- Don’t feel bad, anybody can be an editor, even if they have never done anything in their life! To be a member, all you need to do is show up on the first day of yearbook planning, announce that you are an editor and then promise to do the same thing every week! Don’t fret, you never really have to come through on any of your promises and those of us that do work don’t care that you get the same amount of credit! And finally, we have such an open mind over here at EXPRESSIONS that you might as well put “yearbook staff on your resume even if you never finished a senior page! Its all good...

The Literary Magazine (I think it has a name, but I’ve never seen an issue)- It does exist right? Right?

Fibre Arts club- Actually, it’s more of a business than a club: Janet has all the members sewing bootleg Louis Vuitton and GUCCI bags that she sells on Canal street for $30 each. She is making quite a profit I hear...


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Anyone that tries. Yet deep down; Inside their protective Layer of roughness That holds them captive Is a whole different Being, just waiting To open up one day. Longing to be free. But scared of what The world will make of it; Scared of what it will become. So, they are hiding From their own freedom. Both selves, although rough. Are still just little elements Compared To the big ocean They have to face Everyday. 54

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Fashion designer... Gathering the power of magik... Photographer... Marine biologist Well respected, outspoken Independent woman... The next Kerouac... With Dan... Famous artist... A Kindergarten teacher...

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Tight jeans

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Screaming at the top of her lungs... Running the point... A great scholar...

Filippo Nora Morgan

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A queen... World class photographer... On the train by 8:20... To be on “Saturday Night Live...” Heard clearly... BRIT-ney... The pianist equivalent To Yo-Yo Ma... To own her own record label... To be funny...

A modem dance diva...

Just plain wack Stuck with Jason Crazy cat lady Fired for cursing at Five year olds Sag Harbor Soccer mom Agreeably quiet Warming the bench Writing gossip columns for STAR magazine Forever just a Princess Third class stewardess 10:30 Public access show, Sunday, 5:00 in the morning Kicking and screaming On Springer Hoku Hearing calls of “Yo! Yo ma!” on Marcy Ave. Selling bootleg CD’s in the BX

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Phoebe

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