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LREI Little Rei Sckool House & Elisaketk Iiwin HigL Sckool June 2011 Dear Seniors, Goodbye. On behalf of the LREI community, we are sorry to see you go. Truth be told, we knew it was going to happen. We knew that someday you would graduate. We knew that we were close to the day as this school year began and your main focus, from the very first day, was plaiming for next year. (Nicely done, by the way. We are proud of your college options and choices.) We knew that you would finish your schoolwork, get into college, pack your bags and leave. We knew it was coming, but we don’t have to like it. Maybe it is time for you to go. You have added so much to the LREI community—as students and thinkers, artists, athletes, friends and teachers. You have led and followed. You have been on stage and in the audience; on the field and the sidelines. You have grown and matured. Now it is time to take all that you learned, all that has become part of you and go off to college and begin the process again. Your new, high school educated self will make a significant impact on your college community and, in turn, will be changed by it. And so it goes. 1 am starting to feel better about your leaving. You are ready to go. You are supposed to go. You have done your work here and it is time for you to take one more challenging step towards independence. You have earned the opportunity to take this risk and we have no doubt that you will be a great success. You will also leave some of your best selves behind. We will remember your successes. We will see you in the actions of your younger schoolmates. We will see you when you come back in your new role as alumni. That will be the best of both worlds—you go off and live wonderful, fulfilling and meaningful lives and come back and visit and show us how fantastic you are. Best of luck to you all.

Letter from the High School Principal




Little Red Sckool House & ElisatetL Irwin High School June 2011 To the Class of 2011:

For the past four years, you have made a tremendous impact on the community that we call LREI. From your passion as artists, activists, actors, scientists and all around achievers, you have demonstrated the most important aspect of our mission: experience is education.


As a class, you have embraced challenge together, supported each other in what are the ups and downs of high school, offered to give back when tragedy has struck in our city and in the world, and have wonderful choices for after graduation that demonstrate your commitment to living the life of the mind and engaging in a world of work. As a class, your influence on the academic program, in our sports program, in mentoring younger students and in representing our service programs to the public will be very hard to match. The standard you have set in all things has been very high. Your class is one that we will miss in the art studios, in the labs, on the court, and at the reception desk. The goals that you have set out for yourselves in high school have truly, as I see it, been achieved. We, the faculty, the staff, the community, wish you well in your next steps, in your next schools. We look forward to seeing you on alumni days and any days in between. You will always be welcome home.

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Diane and Alexia's 4-K Class Top Row: Dennis Steel, Nate Taplitz, Ava Jackman, Hanna Heaton Wellenstein, Alister Kiernan, Jack Barker, Dylan Steel Middle Row: Parker Boyle, Asher Harris, Rubie Goldner, Myrtle Bonjean-Alpart, Lars Olsen, Sandie Fraser Bottom Row: Noelle Raffo, Grace MacGillivray, Max Dreskin, Reid Hanson, Zach Taschler, Leela Mukherjee-Sza, Shoshi Fine


Elizabeth and Samson's Kindergarten First Row: OHie Uyttendaele, Stella Story, Eve Riskind, Finn Denton, Clara Piasecki, Landon Whayne, Tess McCormick, Middle Row: Hunter Markley, Rainer Butler Schafer, Jude Esposito, Nate Stewart, Julia Krawiecki Gazes, Lucca Droga, Andrei StewartChapman, Mia Sullivan, Bottom Row:: Simon Orozco, Clarissa Leong, Matias Lopez-Muniz, Aura Hostler-Burrows, Lucia Tsurumaki

Luise and Bianca's Kindergarten Top Row: Zoe Papavasiliou, Oliver Vince, Estelle Guira, Finn Barden, Alon Livnat, Kaidan Staskowski, Qatalina Hubbard


Middle Row: Ayanna Mitchell, Mia Holubt ^^w Kaufman, Antonio Ruiz, Leah Maathey, Ava Basile, Thomas Lamont, Zariel Cruz Bottom Row: MaxTaetle, Ally Ervin, Mio Achache, Xander/Paroff, Luce Costa hzo,

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Galen and Christine's Top Row: Tilda Sutter, Jemma Fox, Gus Dotson, Margaret MacGillivray, Mario Hulnick, Oliver Eig Middle Row: Mabel Stafforg, Emma Diamond, Colette Leong, Lila Nelson, Bridgette Boyle, Cloe Davis Bottom Row: Cooper Kroll, Zach Cappadocia, Jonny Cook, Beckett Quirk

Gina and Emily's Top Row: Olivia Bagan, Julian Meli, Harvey van Blerkom, Marlowe Glass, Julien Roy

Middle Row: Polly Hoffman,

Ella Will, Kate Borrows-Lai, Oni Thornell, Eli Harris '4

Bottom Row: Freddie Fine,

Oscar Raso, Jack Lille Yerington, Zoe Karp, Milei Sagawa

Rebecca and Jessi's Top Row: Grace Burns,

Zach Brooks, Eli Meltzer, Kaya Karpati, Ben WinokurApplebaum Middle Row: Dora

Bermond, Meadow Magee, Kate Minis, PiperJassem, Emma Hirsch, Emily Familetti Bottom Row: Olivia Propp,

Nathaniel Ascher, lo Weintrauv, Will Stiller, Hudson Kassen

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Top Row: Solomon Karpati, ICharlie Thackway, Annabelle Hatsav, Emma Tiedemann, Sylvie Goldner, Audrey Taplitz, Willow Vince Middle Row: Cole Dorsy, Alexia Moskowitz, Atticus Uyttendaele, Georgia Groome, Max Schuman, Yannik Finkelstein, Juliet Homes, Acadia Schimmel Bottom Row: Chloe Murdock, Lily Mager, Rei Weintraub, Aidhan lAstrachan, Caleb KohnBlank, Gwen, Victor ’Schwartz

Tasha and Shawn's Top row: Lindsay O'Brien, Mila Piasecki, Ruth Staskowski, Miles Trumbull, Ruby Hutchins, Rachel McCain, Emma Ervin Middle Row: Elliot Hansen, Luke Esposito, Sunny Morrhead, James Phillips, Gogo BongeanAlpart, Yori Honablue Bottom Row: Nina Gerzema, Jack Schnall, Kate Woolsey, Luke Cameron, Julian Goldberg, KiKi Kakn, Quentin Rael

Third Grade Daniel and Jessica's Top Row: Pali Detre, Alex Guira, Isabele Eccles, Jack Denton, Luois Russo, Giro Bright, Bay Dotson, Pierre Roederer Middle Row: Ryann Busillo, Jaquie Adler, River Magee, Sophia Will, Will Bompey. Belle Fraser Bottom Row: Reagan Boyle, Jane Olsen, Elias Bunnell, Sophie Kielian, Cameron Glass, Maya Hanson Reagan Boy


Vonick and Jason's Top Row: Olivia Roederer, Anna Faulkner,| Julian Ansorge, Owen Ackerman, Graham Ferguson, Jackson Meli, Stella Achenbach, Elizabeth Seiple Middle Row: Flynn Kochey, Thibaud Roy, Onaje Grant-Simmonds, Hanna Provost, Ethan McKesey, Tallulah Walz, Ana Nefeli Kepernekas, Cameron Krakowaik Bottom Row: Ming Chen, Emanuella Parungao, Luie Figliulo, Sophie StombergFirestein, Maisy Hoffman, Adity Shinn, Skyler Pierce-Scher



Fourth Grade Dina and Farrih's I Top Row: Florence Finkelstein, Maxine Reilly, Katherine Barden, Rebzo Olivieri, Jared Sage, I Austin Getz, Ella Wexler Middle Row: Zoe Nelms, I Jacob Hirsch, Celia Babini, Dove Bonjean-Alpart, I Jason Whitelaw, Campbell Phillips Bottom Row: Lily Ezrow, Kai Tsurumaki, Emma jWeitz, Daniela Pierro, Liam Butler-Schafter, Katerina Taetle

Nicole and Kate's Top Row: Nicolo Carandini, Nina Theisen, Siena Harris-Gissler, Claire Greenburger, Jackson Wakefield, Kiyomi Johnson, Coco Brooks, Ava Gural Middle Row: Wilder Cosaboom-Son, Finn Pierce-Scher, Kellin Hostler-Burrows, Cooper Stallings, Sacha Vince, Kate Olsen, Rose Merjos â&#x2013; #'!f

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Frank Portella, Larry Kaplan, Margaret Andrews Back Row: Isabel Walz, Yo Jeremijenko-Conley, Sam Stallings, Lachlan Woosley, Stella Rose Gahan, Sarab ' Sixth Advisors: Grados, Wim Pardoe Middle Row: Lucy Hirschfeld, Sam Lee, Justine Goldberg, Julia Herzfeld,|l^bel Burga, Charlotte Watson, Luca Leung Front Row: Ray Figliulio, Lauren Davidson, Pilar Olivieri, Jack Cpmeron, Aycten Grade Ackerman, Lindsay Seitz {|




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Advisors: Melissa Rubin, Lynne Cattafi, Jennifer Hubert-Swan Back Row: Julia Noonan, Kerabania Murillo Maldonado, August Sieple, Noah Wistman, Jessica Speight, Sophia Santoro Middle Row: Sadie Stern, Eliana Cohen-Orth, Amalia Jaimes-Lukes, Emily Silverstein, Davis Schwartz, Benjamin Maltz Front Row: Guthrie McCarty Vachon, Patrick Faulkner, Halle Gunsberger, Lucy Tamarkin, Tyrell Moore, Leo Bremond

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Advisors^.Sharyn Hahn, Steve Volkmann, Elizabeth Simmons ..... Back Row: Daxia Godoy, Immanuel Zion, Iniko Thornell, James Haggis, Aiden Curtis, Ethan Gural, Lilah van Rens, Anna Brooks, Naomi Picayo Middle Row: Adam Caplan, Otilia Olmedo Young, Pia Mileaf-Patel, Juno Hobbs, Emma Rose, Mekhi DueWhite Front Row: Oscar Belkin-Sessler, Josh Goldblatt, Miles Koerner, Mars Wong, Emilio Picayo IQ^ .................-............................... .............-





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Eighth Grade Advisors: Sarah Barlo\w, Michelle Boehiri. Sara-Mornii Rroberts, Peter Fisher, Carin Cohen, Joanne Magee Robert Bloch, Matthew Mclean



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Mei-An Lee, Paquan Cuiskelly, Kyle Goldfarb, Esme Edwards, Simmon Wells, Marcelo Jaimes-Lukes, Elizabeth! Chan, Roger Mclnerny, Olivia Dontsov, Maxine Guttmann, Alexandra Klemer, Jerel Blades, Nicholas Vachon, 11 Robert Bloch. |j Middle Row:



Matthew Mclean, Jaron Evelyn, Katya I. Lugo-Salva, Julia Greenburger, Gideon Le Gros, Walter McLall6h,”Jarrlft Moore, Charlotte Flood, Carlo Raimondo, Flarmon Pardoe, Georgia Konstam, Andrew Ehrenberg, Cara Colasaqti Che Cappadocia, William Yarinsky, Sarah Barlow, Michelle Boehm..... ......................... Bottom Row:

Asha Flinson, Winnifred Bonjean-Alpart, Sage Adams, Lola Wegman, Edith Hollander, Shayna Beaumont, Benjamin Trachtenberg, Giselle Desir, Odelia Kaly, Eli Tamarkm, Mikayla Block, Martine Kushner, Jayson " Camacho, Sara-Momii Roberts, Peter Fisher.


'■ ......................................................... —................. ..... . .............Over the four years ........... Gan never forget Iiaugh, smile, and play. ^ have changed in many ways Friends jokes teachers and dances...........* Becoming myselfi» Middle School throwbacks inseparable. -Maxine : -Shayna -Lola

Moving on means that We will be leaving behind But memories stay. -Wally

I will" not "'lose' the............. race, willpower is my name and I can't be beaten -Will

...........................-..........H.............. On the haunted walk S' ■ The shadows creep b-ehind us We Scream, Look and listen ..-Carlo............ . ......U...


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As sad as it is,


I might not see you again;

Saying final byes

Good times stick with me. -Ben

Tears willing in eyes

I'll remember you


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they helped me through everything Heading south not west yes


, .l.hoy .make . me. smile,... -Charlotte



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The year is enMng

Friends are jilways there

Soon to step down from our thrones

Dike you guyp are here for me

At Houston, bball we play . Until night ends day... .

You guys are|”true friends. -Jerel



Asthedays go by

tfsis one is for you Picked the worst time to space out...

Time flies until it'

Set me think...

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They are leaving now

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No time for rhyme.

But a door is not closing

V I'love y’l so much

It is opening

To the moph and hack.

It's all right

Graduation Night -PaQuan


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"Find a'~*qiiief plabe" ... Observe and wonder,

Do what you like regardless

don't think

Leave-as -a-new you

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A thousand words.

Calm and se|r ene at others

Year there are challenges and


There are successes.

A laugh,

Is worth a million.


-Lizzy -Katya


Morning.,.a ...struggle,___ Different face and

Autumn is all new.

Different mind chose

Gom? -Spring,here ^a^^ jpy,^......

All different times




Going into middle school

Middle school} had new

Excited to go

Blue staircases and white

challenges ahd adven'^res

But not happy to leave


and so will high school.

Scared to not come back.

All so new and exciting.




I move fro4 the past

Show me the right way

Memories fc^ too.

Decisions an.d Decisions...........


And now I pi|art new. -Andrew;... |.

I take a deep breathe ,,-Aiiy,....

A s tep into- light... — ----A plunge without any fight Middle School renewed...



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At Williams

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Having fun with friends.

Ashokan and Greenkill



m Top Row: Mikayla Block , Katya Salva-Bouazza, Elizabeth Chan, Charlotte Hood, Julia Greenberger, Georgia Konstam, Odelia Kaly, Lola Wegman Bottom Row: Juliet Sage, Naomi Picayo, Anna Brooks, Leo Batali, Emilio Picayo, Coaches: Peter Fisher, Olivia Ruff

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Top Row: Atticus Wakefield, Will Yarinsky, Zachary Feal, Liam Cohen, Mekhi DueWhite, Olivia Konstam, Julia Decatrel, ^“James Haggis, Sadie Stern, Noah Wistman, Amalia Jaimes-Lukes, Zoe Lemonides, Stella Rose Gahan, Sofia Santoro, Elizabeth Chan, Bottom Row: Harry Kassen, Riley Siltler, Sophia Stewart-Chapman, Loveday Trumbull, Vincent Agnello, Sekem Wells, Caleb Siltler Lucy Hirschfeld, Isabel Burga, Julia Noonan, Pilar Olivieri, Lulu Grant, Renzo Olivieri, Anna Yarinsky, Brandon Hartley, Coaches: Frank Portella, Larry Kaplan, Ana Fox-Chaney

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Top: Lola Picayo, Lizzy Chan, Ally Klemer, Aiden Curtis, Charlotte Hood, Julia Greenburger, Odelia Kaly, Bottom: Hannah Weinstein, Juno Hobbs, Naomi Picayo, Emma Rose, Sara Caplan, Anna Brooks, Coaches: Elizabeth Simmons, Gabrielle Keller

Bovs Basketball

Top: Ethan Levy, Jerel Blades, Che Cappadocia, Jaron Evelyn, Jarrett Moore, James Haggis, Bottom: Immanuel Zion, Mekhi DueWhite, Eli Tamarkin, Jayson Camacho, Leo Batali, Kaleo Grant, Emilio Picayo, Kyle Goldfarb. Coaches: Zac Garlitos, Peter Fisher, Not Pictured: Ethan Gural, Andrew Ehrenberg

IXntramural Basketball

Top: Julia Herzfeld, August Sieple, Mason Stallings, Ethan Ehrenberg, Rachel Morrow, Bottom: Lindsay Seitz, Sophia Cook, Bella Reid, Luke Schimmel, Harry Kassen, Coaches: Michelle Boehm, Andrew Ehrenberg, Not Pictured: Malaika Tapper, Camilo Durr, Brian Chiang

Top: Jessica Speight, Semiramis Sophroniou, Noah Wistman, 'Scekem Wells, Xaiver Guira, Ana Fox-Chaney Middle: Halle Gunsberger, Sam Stallings, Lexi Jones, Izzy Rael Bottom: Riley Siltler Vincent Agnello, Lulu Grant, Lola Picayo, Ashton Smith, Coaches: Ana Fox-Chaney, Ally Klemer

Top: Sophia Stewart-Chapman, Loveday Trumbull, Charlotte Watson, Stella Rose Gahan, Lucy Hirschfeld, Julia Noonan, Bottom: Brandon Hartley, Rhys Bustillo, Pilar Olivieri, Isabel Burga, Tyrell Moore, Coaches: Alicia Kaplan, Elizabeth Chan

^^Top: Chloe Kellison, Amalia Jaimes-Lukes, Sofia Santoro, Emily Silverstein, Sophia Raccuia, Lachlan Elan, Bottom: ''Nolan Young, Yo Jeremijenko-Conley, Patrick Faulkner, Lauren Davidson, Lucy Tamarkin, Ayden Ackerman, Coaches: Tracy MaGee, Sara Caplan, Calen MaGee


Eighth Grade Baby Pictures ..punch you in the face!


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Bro, to much rock for one hand.


Don't talk to me I'm in a bad mood!

Good job.

I don't want a quote.

I wish you would do something.

I'll never touch the untouchable Haiti.


Eat my dust.

Fashion first, safety second.

Fight me.



I know, but like.

I throw deuces.

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In Abu Dhabi...

Just kidding... not really.


No, seriously...

My belly is a drum.

I swear to god I will slap you.

I didn't do my homework.

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Respect man.


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What are you talking about... pandas' are human.

That's really nice.

The moon is never bigger than your thumb.

Uhh, we had math homework?

Wait, whaaat?

What would you do if I shaved your nose ofi?

You don't know me.

You got this.

You're a weenie!

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Back Row: Orville Drumraond, Calen McGee, Michelangelo Missoni, Nicholas Cleves, Louie Howlett, Harlan Steed, Vinny Jessel, Aaron Naves, Arvid Logan, Manny Kennerly, Steven Susana Third Row: Peggy Peloquin, Niles Diggs, Damien Moffitt, Lisa Remar, Margot Reed, Sasha Stomberg, Eric Dorris, Deion Desir, Robbie Neuhaus, Isabel Terkuhle, Jamie Cooper, Grace Tobin, Talia Feldberg, Mark Bledstein Second Row: Taylor Brando, Lili Thomases, Lucia Zerner, Zachary Teller, Solomon Elias, Chang Liu, Jeese Rubenstein, Hannah Silverman, Kevin Diaz, Olivia Tjernberg First Row: Genevieve Pierre, Emma Jacoby, Pedro Ramirez, Julian Pratt, Maya Peart-Hill, Lynnette Dent, Simon StaplesVangel, Tiffany Ramos, Hannah Rifkin


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