This week at Marston we have been talking about heroes and what kind of people are worthy of the title. It is not an accident that these discussions taking place in our Advisory classes happen during the week that contains September 11th. Thirteen years ago Marston students responded to the tragic events of the day with words and pictures - drawings, poems, collages, and expressions of hope and unity. Today students who were not even born when this tragic event took place use the primary source documents created by Marston students in 2001, to understand the nation's collective response. For two weeks the paper quilt of images are posted in our hallways to ensure that we will never forget the heroism of those who died, and the scores of heroes whose actions saved others.