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List of 2 news stories.

  • Identity Masks

    Shelley Sommer, MS Literature Teacher
    “I never wanted to be classified as anything, nor did I ever join anything for fear of losing my individuality. I didn’t even realize that these guys, who were my good friends, were greasers until one day we were walking down the street and some guys came and yelled ‘Greaser!’ It’s funny to look at people you’ve known your whole life, to suddenly see them as everyone else sees them, with their slick back hair and cigarettes hanging out of their mouths and their black leather jackets, and respond ‘My God, they’re hoods.’  You know them and know they’re not hoods, but they just look like hoods.”  “Speaking with S.E. Hinton”
          We have all experienced this feeling—we see ourselves—or close friends and family—in one way and then realize that others who don’t know us might see us differently. Conversely, do we always take the time to give others a chance or do we judge them by how they look?
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  • Say Something

    Katie Swanton, LE1 Teacher
    Lower Elementary students have spent the last several weeks reflecting on who they are and how they can uniquely contribute to the Inly community. Students began by participating in identity circles. Each student had the opportunity to move into the middle of the circle and use an “I am” statement (I am an older brother, I am a boy, I am an artist) to share a part of their identity with the class. If one of the students on the outside of the circle also identified this way, they took a step into the circle. This gave students the opportunity to understand how they’re similar and different from those around them.
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