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LREI Little Red School House & Elisabeth Irwin High School Andrew McLaren

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February 2004 Dear Class of2004, Fm writing to you with your graduation date in mind four months from now. This letter has a special meaning for me for two reasons. The first is that I have spent a lot of time with a good number of you this year - and have many personal reasons to know that the world is going to be the better for what you will bring it. You are smart and articulate and passionate about what’s important to you, and you also - and this is the clue to who you are - have the gift of listening to and caring about what’s important to others. If the second half of that sentence were a minimum job requirement for anyone working in Washington, we would all be better off. My second reason is that I shall be graduating with you myself after 16 years at LREI - so this is my own last letter to a graduating class. I have learned a lot here - as I know you have - and I have much love for the people and mission of LREI - as I hope you have. I believe that truly understanding the world both through one’s own eyes and those of others requires more imagination, depth of thinking, rigor, talent, intelligence, compassion, and honesty than any other human endeavor, and I believe that you and your teachers have contributed immeasurably to each other in its pursuit. LREI could not be prouder of you. I am so glad to be in your company. So with love from us all and all best wishes, Here’s to the Class of2004!

Lower/Middle School: 272 Sixth Avenue (at Bleecker Street), New York, NY 10014 • Tel: 212.477.5316 • Fax: 212.677.9159 High School: 40 Charlton Street, New York, NY 10014 • Tel: 212.477.5316 • Fax: 212.675.3595 • www.lrei.org

A Leader In Education Since 1921


LREI Little Red School House & Elisabeth Irwin High School

June 11, 2004

Dear Graduating Seniors, Congratulations to you all for getting to this much-anticipated day. Each of us who has been through this day in our own lives knows what a mixture of emotions you are feeling. Pride is mixed with fear is mixed with anticipation is mixed with sadness is mixed with relief. You should know that, while the emotions are somewhat different for those of us who have had the pleasure of teaching you, it is still a mix for us as well - pride again, although of a different sort, and sadness again. You should also know that you hold a special place in the hearts of many of the faculty here. I believe that this is true because you have shown a particular brand of leadership that is quiet, dignified and by example. I know that as you think of your classmates, “quiet” and “dignified” may not be the first words that come to mind, but it’s true. You have amongst you outstanding scholars, excellent athletes, and exceptional artists of all kinds; you also have those without whom various technical functions of the school might not run and those who have started new organizations or breathed life into moribund ones. And the vast majority of the time, you have exhibited these different forms of excellence without any chest-thumping whatsoever. Most of all, you have shown your peers in the younger classes - and many of us on the faculty - what it means to take care of one another. When, in my first interview here in March of2003, Amy told me that what makes this school special is the fact that “Nobody eats alone,” I know for a fact that she was largely thinking of this graduating class. So while each of you has been loud at times and each of you has been somewhat silly at times, you have indeed led this school in a manner which is both quiet and dignified - and for that we, the faculty, are grateful. Know that you will be missed, that you will always be welcome, and that we will always be here for you. set and affection.

Lower/Middle School: 272 Sixth Avenue (at Bleecker Street), New York, NY 10014 • Tel: 212.477.5316 • Fax: 212.677.9159 High School: 40 Charlton Street, New York, NY 10014 • Tel: 212.477.5316 • Fax: 212.675.3595 • www.lrei.org

A Leader In Progressive Education Since 1921


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Top Row: (L-R) Sandy Wolkenberg (Teacher), Isabel Burga, Ruby Mihok, Gabrielle Shachter, Tyrrell Moore, Pauline Cochran, Sam Lee, Katie Guillet (Teacher) Middle Row: (L-R) Elizabeth Martinez (Teacher), Kerabania Murillo-Maldonado, Joris Katz, Morgan Burbridge, Julia Noonan, Isabel Walz, Sophie Yashar, Amalia Jaimes-Lukes, Stella Rose Gahan, Olga Callahan (Teacher) Bottom Row: (L-R) Sadie Stem, Emily Silverstein, George Kaslow, Catharina Lahrs, Chelsea Maeglin, Julia Herzfeld, Rohan Mundiya

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Brooke Nuell and Rami Donoghue’s Kindergarten Top Row: (L-R) Atticus Wakefield, Melanie Russo, Rami Donoghue (Teacher), Luc Gervais, Zachary Feal, Sofia Trigo, Ethan Ansorge, Brooke Nuell (Teacher), Alexa Code, Ariana Howard Middle Row: (L-R) Otilia Olmeda Young, Julia Fisher, Lilah VanRens, Eliza Petrie, Antonia Frank, Emilio Picayo, Leo Batali Bottom Row: (L-R) Liam Connor-Morena, Gabi Neuman-Goldleaf, Juliet Sage, Anna Brooks

Diane Thatcher’s Early Kindergarten Top Row: (L-R) Eric Andresen, PJ Casey, Isabella Bulone, Olivia Gervais, Diane Thatcher (Teacher), Dylan Chaifetz, Guthrie McCarty-Vachon, Georgia LaMacchia Middle Row: (L-R) Stephanie Attlfellner (Teacher), August Seiple, Hannah Weinstein, Alessandro Russo, Megan Thomas-Copland, Sabrina Sablosky, Noah Wistman, Vanessa Pena (Student Teacher) Bottom Row: (L-R) Miles Koemer, Drew McCarron, Lulu Healey, Wim Pardoe, Lawrence Sprague, Missing: Leslie Moore (Student Teacher)

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Luise Haladay and Julia Rassmannâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Kindergarten Class Top Row: (L-R) Maxon Wagenberg, Alexandra Reilly, Sara Caplan, Luise Haladay (Teacher), Emma Rose, Lewis Jensen, Chloe Eisen Middle Row: (L-R) Nell Pearson, Iniko Thornell, Avery Kutis, Nyana Morgan, Brandon Young, Kyra Whitelaw, Andrew Koonce, Daxia Godoy, Julia Rassmann (Teacher) Bottom Row: (L-R) Mars Wong, Kai Han, Jakob Zabala, Ethan Gural, Kaleo Grant

Jennine Rodriguez and Meibelle Kuâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s First Grade Class Top Row: (L-R) Julia Soldano, Eli Tamarkin, Jarrett Moore, Meibelle Ku (Teacher), Jennine Rodriguez (Teacher), Matthew Duepner, Sage Adams, Martine Kushner, Asha Hinson Bottom Row: (L-R) Samantha Kraftsow, Katya Lugo-Salva, Laura Hatfield, Wally McLallen, Tyler Casey, Jerel Blades, Shai Goodman, Marcelo JaimesLukes Missing: Melissa Paige (Teacher)

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Gina Goldman and Alyx LaTourâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s First Grade Class Top Row: (L-R) Hannah Paynter, Andrew Ehrenberg, Carlo Raimondo, Charlotte Hood, Alex Rabatin, Blake Lapin Bottom Row: (L-R) Mikayla Block, Michelle PoltonSimon, Harmon Pardoe, Olivia Bowell, Alexandra Klemer, Alden Cope, ^Elizabeth Chan

Dorothy Mehler and Kinjal Mankadâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s First Grade Class Top Row: (L-R) Kinjal Mankad (Teacher), Olivia Hoffman, Hana Mundiya, Mei-An Lee, Lola Wegman, Odelia Kaly, Danielle Cohen, Jack Rothstein, Edwin Lopez (Teacher) Bottom Row: (L-R) Georgia Konstam, Will Yarinsky, Julia Greenburger, Matthew Soldano, Sebastiano Santorelli, Ben Trachtenberg, Lily Carruthers, Dorothy Mehler (Teacher) Missing: Kai Schachter

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Claire Rose and Beverly Statlandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Second Grade Class Top Row: (L-R) Ivo Ilic, Jasper Kitchen, Catherine Games, Jenny Beller, Irena Ehrlich, Viviane Eng, Ben Bacharach, Ryan Park-Chan, Violet Moore Middle Row: (L-R) Ben Irving, Ruby Thompson, Katharine Metha, Benno Batali, Jona Mensch, Parker Burbridge Bottom Row: (L-R) Josh Wilson, Olivia Mendoza, Zachary Cappobianco, Cameron Andrews, Alex Lemonides

Natasha Hernandez and Seth Eastmanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Second Grade Top Row: (L-R) Nora Wilby, Skye Markris, Niles Ellis, Emelia Watson, Seth Eastman (Teacher), Holly Hatfield, Norvonee Hall, Natasha Hernandez (Teacher), Max Fried, Amar Agazzi, Margaux Lignel Middle Row: (L-R) Stevie Bellar, Taliana Katz, Maurice Russo, Jourdan Espeut, Cindy Cochran, Adrian Schachter Bottom Row: (L-R) Will Balsam, Nicolas Baez, Isaiah Sullivan, Emma Sprague, Noah Greenburger, Kyla DeSouza

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Keira Rogers and Shanti Crawford’s Third Grade Class Top Row: (L-R) Ava Gantenbein, George Lubitz, Keira Rogers (Teacher), Dominic Konstam, Alexandra Berger, Shanti Crawford (Teacher) Middle Row: (L-R) Hannah Conley, Kameron Block, Charles Simpson-Brown, Jeremy Conway, Anna "Goldstein, Nile Adams Bottom Row: (L-R) Madeline Petrie, Charlotte Masters, Skyler Carkhuff, David White, Ay anna Jackson, Kirra Deihl

Sandra Chapman and Kelly O’Keefe’s Third Grade Class Top Row: (L-R) Adriana Ruiz, Liam Cohen, Sandra Chapman (Teacher), Surayya Diggs, Laurence Brent, Hayley Howard, Thomas Kelly O’Keefe Marin, (Teacher), Lily Gavin, Isabella Crowley Middle Row: (L-R) Atlas Wegman, Molly Revenson, Rene Servisi, Kymbia Bobb, Harry Lubitz, Shulian Murray-Hilton Bottom Row: (L-R) Rachel Kaly, Graham Stack, Sophie Savides, Malcolm Staso, Liam Moore

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Suzanne Cohen and Katherine MacDonaldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fourth Grade Class Top Row: (L-R) Suzanne Cohen (Teacher), Hannah Mensch, Malina Buturovic, Jamie Oliver, Jimmy Hall, Jr., Ams Torres, Cole Kitchen, Katherine MacDonald (Teacher), Talia Feldberg Middle Row: (L-R) Hannah Rifkin, Zaran Lalvani, David Risen, Tariye George-Phillips, Lilly Day, Chloe Larson Bottom Row: (L-R) Gaia Raimondo, Calen McGee, Cole Lumpkin, Cellie Pardoe, Sasha Stomberg

Erin Hannon and Melanie Liuâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fourth Grade Class Top Row: (L-R) Sam Irwin, Melanie Liu (Teacher), Nicholas Cleves, Eli Mensch, Kirk Pearson, Robbie Neuhaus, Kate Heiserman, Jack Irving, Brianna Saunders, Cameron Finkle, Ella Park-Chan, Erin Hannon (Teacher) Middle Row: (L-R) Maya Peart-Hill, Mari Kroin, Maya Pintar, Nina Beigelman, Jake AraujoSimon, Oona MontalvoAzcona, Lizzie Noonan, Sophie Erlich Bottom Row: (L-R) Max Goldberg, Aaron Naves

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Heather Brandstetter’s Fifth Grade Class Top Row: (L-R) Molly Altreuter, Olivia Feal, Mindy Toro, Ana Fox Chaney (Teacher), Heather Brandstetter (Teacher), Jake DeNicola, Jacquelyn GatesGonzalez, Noah Conley Middle Row: (L-R) George Aspesi, Tom Carswell, Ian Tsang, Zoe Snow, Chloerose D’Orazio, Aaron Donner, Tosh Charleton, Francesca Cretella Bottom Row: (L-R) Emily Wilson, Emani Stewart, Rachel Zabala, Raven Bertot

Gina Ma’s Fifth Grade Class Top Row: (L-R) Theo Hoffman, Harrison Spelman, Andrea Cetra, Gina Ma (Teacher), Tatanka Tan, Honour Masters, Claire Hart, Margret Wiggins Middle Row: (L-R) Nat Marcus, Damien Beri, Eda Vitto-Herzog, Hannah Root, Frank Shanley, Sofia Monosson, Amy Weiss-Meyer Bottom Row: (L-R) Willy Stasso, Annie Pardoe, Emma Greenberg, Ben Stemhell

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Jennifer Chang’s Sixth Grade Class Top Row: (L-R) Kelly Ottemess, Kai Furbeck, Erik Janer, Gabe Cook, Jim Posen, liana Weiss, Harry D’Agostino, Max Bledstein, Molly Balsam, Will Chafkin, Jennifer Chang (Teacher), Olivia Arden Bottom Row: (L-R) Jake Goodman, Emily Konstam, Luke Smith-Stevens, Nadia Brent, Will Gibbons, Emma Vasta-Kuby

Jeffery Mihok’s Sixth Grade Class Top Row: (L-R) Mai Foulser, Jeffery Mihok (Teacher), Andes Blitz-Torres, Michael Adjmi, Sota Koike, Nora Engleman, Dillon Cooper, Ben Neuhaus, Jimmy Rogers, Siena Tugendrajch, Sherazada Acosta (Teacher) Middle Row: (L-R) Chappell Laird, Michael Chan, Alison Polton-Simon, Kary Caiza, Xavier Garcia, Nick Shatan Bottom Row: (L-R) Gaby Segal, Josephina Raccuia, Paul de Konkoly Thege, Woobens Celony

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The palpitations in my brain have become so articulate. They tell a tale in an unspoken word of last night’s gratification. The setting’s skin is raw from wind burn in a field of winter and wonder, and I am lounging in a frozen deep green without the mint of relaxation. Naked and soar I am from pulling and being stretched. I’ve got broken bones from a pain fantastic fabric. The pain. It’s releasing strings of hurt as well as beauty. I know you everybody knows: my index finger was turned to pieces when pushed through heaven’s button hole.

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History Word Story by Rachel Gitlin Home Hard to tell where I live. Back and forth an endless struggle. Each day a fight about where I sleep tonight. A collapse of home life, and then a rebuilding. From where I draw the strength to face another day. Family The people I come from. What makes me what I am today. The ancestors of my past shaping my future. I reflect on my short life and wonder what they were like. What did they dream of? There never really is a way to know what secret struggles they went through. Dreams A transport to my hidden world. A place to call my own, entirely new and fresh. Like a long movie of my own design. An ungovernable place of hope and creation. Lost into complete obliviion, then an awakening of slight confusion and vague memories. Society Restraints hold me back and try to keep me from reaching my full potential. Rules and regulations, follow the tracks you might make it out. There is no different path, no outside of the box. Discovery is a vicious fight. To learn something a new battle against oppression. Desire A need that must be fulfilled, a crumbling of morals for eternal satisfatction. Haste yet calm. Suffering want, and lack of order. Urgency despite the hesitance of mere thoughts.

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Adam Schroeder Modern Art Hohota 1992 Hohota, my God, my world, you were once standing straight and tall. Don’t you know? Didn’t I tell you? I caught a glimpse of your stability: Once upon a time, I lay on my belly behind the trees, and I was touched by a rain of stardom. While being eaten alive by mosquitoes and beaten to death by horse flies, I bled soft through your pure white. Digging my fingers in the dirt and collecting filth beneath my fingernails, you were that fantastic fortress, somersaulting in my chest. The weather was warm in the rain forest of tranquility. In fact, it was hot. The heat was blazing but I could withstand abuse while in the presence of your splendor. In my mind, you were the quintessence of words at the perfect time. Sweat was spilling from my pores, and the light. The sunlight. That son of a bitch was reflecting into my eyes, and I couldn’t see you. Needed to move, I needed to escape these beams of distraction. Needed to get a closer look. I stood up within the foliage and stepped out. My God, I was in heaven and hell. Sure enough, there he is, the devil himself. Melting and transforming when caught off guard. Yes, there you are, and I’ve been spying, a little ways back, behind the trees. Just goes to show you, everyone wants to be pure. I’d say you were caught red handed but you called my bluff. As I stare at you straight on, we see eye to eye. With the sun pelting upon us both, you are caught in black. It’s pouring off what were once; I don’t know... roof tops? Perhaps? Wow, the shape is strange. I sense that she has changed. There she is, a master piece with tar dancing down her face. It’s sticky: safe assumption. It’s been boiling from the heat. I know, cutie, it’s too bad you are stuck in place and can’t break yourself back together. I know, cutie, you want to get that stuff off of you. Linda Benglis, I see your goodness beneath whatever you feel: Hohota, your palace lost in the darkest heat.


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