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June 2010 Dear Seniors, Congratulations! You should be quite excited about your graduation and about all that you have accomplished this year and during your years as a student. We are proud of you. You should be very proud of yourselves. Do you remember your first school experience? Can you remember what it was like when you were five and in Kindergarten? I bet that you were very cute. You spent each day exploring the world and learning to get along with new friends. I imagine that your days were filled with a mix of work and play; success and challenge. This sounds much like the way you have spent your high school years— developing skills and abilities that will allow you to be an increasingly able and involved member of the world community, succeeding, learning from your mistakes, supporting each other and celebrating together. When you were five there was so much that you didn’t know. Now, thirteen years later, while you know a lot more than you did then, I hate to tell, you but there is still much that you do not know. When you were five, you were responsible for trying hard, for being kind and for being open to new experiences. You still have these responsibilities but you are also expected to have a positive impact on the people and communities around you. As you move on to your next adventure please reflect on the impact you are having on the wider world. As you did in Kindergarten, please make room for all in the sandbox. The idea that lessons learned in Kindergarten are important throughout your life is old ground for these sorts of letters. We at LREI believe that time spent in “Kindergarten-like” activities is time well spent for all students, including seniors. You should always rely on your classmates. Art and singing and dress up can still teach you a great deal. Roll up your sleeves and get messy. You should be doing, not only listening, and you should be having fun. I hope that this list describes at least some of your high school time. Thank you for all that added to the community of LREI. We wish you all the best. Please keep in touch and let us know of all of your future successes. Best,

Phil Kassen Director PS. One other Kindergarten lesson—no matter how old you are, graham crackers & milk is always a good snack. Lower Sckool/MiJJle Sckool: 272 Sixtk Avenue (at Bleecker Street), New York, NY 10014 * Tel: 212.477.53l6 • Fax: 212.677.9159 HigkSckool: 40 Ckarlton Street, New York, NY 10014 • Tel: 212.477.53l6 * Fax: 212.675.3595 • www.lrei.org A Leader In Progressive Education Since 1921


LREI Little Red Sckool House & ElisaLetli Irwin Higk Sckool Ruth Geyer Jurgensen High School Principal

To the Class of 2010: I congratulate you on your graduation! As my first official ninth grade class (we entered the high school the same year), we really grew together. Together, we navigated the halls, the handbooks and the culture of this wonderful community. I feel especially close to your class. To see you graduate is a milestone for me professionally and personally. As you move on to the next big step, I will remember what you have left behind: a powerful com­ mitment to service, to academics, to arts and to sports, a dedication to supporting each of your talents, your generous sense of humor, your thoughtfulness for others in the school, your engagement with teachers both in and out of the classroom and your wonderful way of leading the student body through the highs and lows of high school life. I have learned a lot from the impact you have made on the community and will take what I have learned to guide the school in perhaps the next four years. It is hard to believe your graduation is around the comer, that high school is finished for you, when it seems like yesterday you entered the doors at Charlton Street as freshmen. To see you each walk across the stage will be bittersweet; we will all miss you. Please come back and visit often. All the best.

Ruth Geyer Jurgensen High School Principal

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Michel de KonkolyThege (Associate Director),TemaTischler, Marie Horan,Tracie McGee

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Maintenance Staff Back Row; Rosa Gonzalez, Melvin Ramos, Maria Rivera, Kianna Hidalgo, Luis Gonzalez. Front Row: Jorge Lema. and Flora Raymond!

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2nd Row: Clarissa Leong, Estelle Guira, Zoe Papavasiliou, Eve Riskind, Lucca Droga, Finn Barden, Stella Story, Mia Sullivan, Drew Kaufman, Dylan Steel. Front Row: Dennis Steel, Hunter Markley, Mia Holub,Ally Ervin,Thomas Lamont,Andrei Stewart-Chapman, Miles Brust, Gus Wnek. T- \

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Gina Goldmann & Ruthie Zuckerman’s I st grade

Back Row: Charles McCoy, EnnmaTiedennan, Mila Piasecki 2nd Row: Solomon Karpati, Gogo Bonjean-Alpart, Acadia Schimmel, Lily Mager, Luna Azucurrian.Julien Goldberg, Sam Greenberg First Row: Georgia Groome, Audrey Taplitz, Caleb Kohn-Blank, Jack Schnall, Elliott Hansen.

Jamie Atlas &Ann Rush’s 1st grade Little Red School House & LRif Elisabeth Irwin High School

Alphebetized by last name: Luke Cameron, Cole Dorsey, Emma Ervin,Yannik Finkelstein, Nina Gerzema,Juliet Homes, Ruby Huchins, Lindsay O’Brien, James Phillips, Gewn Raffo, Bruno Servisi, Ruthanne Stakowski, Charlie hackwayWillow Vince, Cate Woolsey.

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Back Row: Belle Fraser, Ennily Rosen, Pierre Roederer, Julian Ansorge, Stella Achenbach, Jack Denton, Louis Russo, Ethan McKessey, Bay Dotson, Ana-Nefeli Brandhorst-KapernekasTasha Hernandez. 2nd Row: Louie Figliulo, Maya Hanson, Onaje Grant-Simmonds,Tallulah Walz, Regan Boyle, Pali Detre, Sophie Kielian. First Row: Ryann Busillo,Aditya Shinn, Eve Butler, Elias Bunnell, Ming Chen, Sophia Will.

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2nd Row: Kate Olsen, EllaWexler, Kathrine Barden, Liam Butler-Schafer, KaiTsurumaki,Zoe Nelms, Zebulon Stafford. First Row: KterinaTaetle, Rose Merjos, Florence Finkelstein, Cameron Schneider, Cooper Stallings, Daniela Pierro.

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Matthew Rosen and Gabrielle Kellerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Seventh Grade

Back Row: Gideon Le Gros, Matthew Rosen, Cara Colasanti, Georgia Konstam, Benjamin Trachtenberg, David Lee, Elizabeth Chan, Gabrielle Keller Middle Row;WilliamYarinsky,jerel Blades, Shayna Beaumont, Asha Hinson, Sage Adams, Mei-An Lee Front Row: Kyle Goldfarb,Winnifred Bonjean-Alpart, Giselle Desir, PaQuan Cuiskellyjaron Evelyn Absent: Jarrett Moore, Walter McLallen

Elizabeth Simmons and Stephen Volkmannâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Seventh Grade

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Red Team Back Row: Ethan Ansorge, Kai Han, Sofia Trigo. Kaleo Grant, Antonia Frank, Juno Hobbs, Michelle Boehm. Front Row: Julia Herzfeld, Juliet Sage, Emma Rose, Hannah Weinstien, Lindsay Seitz, Pilar Olivieri, Lucas Capobianco, Tyrell Moore

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ALEXANDRA Watching you grow to become the amazing young woman that you are has been the highlight of our lives. We are incredibly proud of all that you do and all you’ve accomplished! Congratulations! Love, Mommy & Daddy

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Dear GabeC, We love and support you.We have confidence in your ability to take on whatever life brings your way! ST/TMWC/LP

Congrats JakeG! Cross CountrySc Community Service Tennis &Taming of the Shrew We love you xo Go ORANGE! M&D

I Ana: Words can’t express how proud we are of you. We had dreams with you which were accomplished, now is your turn to dream even bigger! Mommy, Layna & Huascar

Andes, we are so proud of you. Live the life you want to live. Create art! You will always have our support and unconditional love. D&M

Danilo: Behind every success there is ambition, and behind ambition there’s strength & tremendous effort involved...We believe and support you & your goals always!! Love always. Mom & Dad!

Congratulations, Devon for a job well done! You are going into another chapter in your life. Remember to be true to yourself.

Congratulations GabeR Your academics, martial arts, jazz sax, community service, meaningful friendships and acceptance into Carleton College have made us very proud parents. Subarashi! M&D

Dear JakeW: From your greatest admirers who always said you could do it! You did it your way! ...And the best is yet to come. Love, Mum, Dad & your siblings & mates

My sweet Graham.

JENNY, We can’t believe you’re a senior about to graduate and will be at Bennington in the fall - We’re so very proud of you! Xoxo mom,dad&eliz

I am so proud of all of your accomplishments and the wonderful loving and thoughtful person that you are! As Dr. Seuss said “Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting. So... get on your way.” Love always. Mom________

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I Leilei Wonderful One: As you grow, our love grows with you. O, S, D, M

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Dear Diana, Your family stands behind you in all that you do, in all that you are, and in all that you become. Congratulations! XO Mom, Dad & Lisa

Dear Harry, Enjoy every minute of every day - make beautiful music, see the world, and GO GREEN! Your future is shining ahead of you... love. Mom

Emma Claire Postal you make us proud

To HopeiYou make us proud every day!

everyday.We love you and celebrate your success. Love, Mom & Dad

Congratulations and all our love. Mom, Dad, Charlotte (and Buster!)

Congratulations Jimmy! We are so proud of who you are! We love you Dad, Mom & Stella Rose

Jojo,You have always been a shining light for us! We know you will continue to accomplish great things!! LuvYou Mom,Dad,Adam


Joe,We wish you success, health and happiness in this new chapter of your life.We are very proud of you. Love, Mum and Dad

Dear Kelly, we love you dearly.We know that you will suceed in all things you love to do.You are the person you are

Robert Follow your dreams and the universe will open doors. Love, Mom & Dad

meant to be.

Will: So much to be proud of: Ending, Beginning Child, Man Calvin, Jeremy Butter, Bolognese Old life. New life Build on what you know Leap into the unknown Love, M, D, 1

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Jordan: Proud would not be an accurate description of how we feel. It’s love. It’s excitement, because you are now Jordyman, not Jordy-boy. Dearest Josie. I You are a spark of light, creative, enthusiastic, loving, genuine and lempathic.

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I Shine bright! Love Mor, Far, Sof Dear Kai,Thanks for all the fish.You are truly our pride and our joy. Don’t forget our house seats, please, bop bop bop, bop-bop. Lots of love, K&A Kayla,The time has

Kevin Always a Pleasure! Love

the Z team

Mom, Dad & Neil

loves you!!!!

Lori-Ann:You are amazing! I am Proud to be your mom. Enjoy college. When you call don’t say “money” or you will hear click, lol. Love you. Mom Oscar Wilde told me to remind you:“Life is too important to be taken seriously.” keep loving yourself - you will get everywhere you want to go. Love Mama Tana, just stay the way you are - very smart and creative woman. On top of that you just completed 4 of your hardest, years. I AM VERY PROUD OF YOU... Love...Dad___________

May God bless you.

Congrats to our amazing Nadia! It has been such a

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pleasure to watch

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you grow into such a beautiful smart and

passed and you are on your way to college.

more to come. I am very proud of you. Love always, Mom

Sophie: You’ve bammed it!!

wise Lady.

Dear Steven: We are very glad you survived High School. Seemed iffy for a while. Love, Mom and Dad

CheesecakeThank you for all your hard work these past 4 years! We are very proud of you! Love Mom & Dad

Tyler, I can’t believe this day has come.There have been ups & downs—but mostly ups! I am so proud of you and have the utmost confidence in the success of your future journeys. I love you with all my heart. Dad

We are so proud of all you have accomplished! Love you Mom & Dad Blakeley, you have accomplished a lot, keep it up!

Daniel, we are all behind you. When EmmaV speaks we should all listen because if we are ever so lucky, we’ll hear what she has to say, and if we are fortunate we’ll understand.

Karye, we are so proud of you.

Nate, good job and good luck.

Nazir, the days at LREI are now over, its time to take your own path, OLIVIA: Time to spread your wings and soar. CONGRATS! LOVE, MOM & DAD

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