The images of dozens of people have been posted on a couple of buildings in the Union-Endicott School District.

Each of the posters is unique. One at the Linnaeus West building features a birthday greeting. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

The pictures were taken in conjunction with last Friday's announcement of a $2.5 million XQ Institute grant for the district's Tiger Ventures initiative.

These images are posted at Union-Endicott High School. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

The Inside Out Project set up a photo booth to allow those who've been involved in the alternative high school program recently launched by the district to have their pictures taken.

Black-and-white posters were printed after each person made a "strong face." The posters then were pasted onto the sides of Linnaeus West and Union-Endicott High School buildings.

The big images have generated community interest in recent days. District administrators say the hope is they'll prompt more conversations about future high school innovations.

The posters aren't permanent. They are printed on material that is designed to disintegrate after some rain. Normally, that might take a few weeks. But given the unusually wet weather the area has been experiencing, they might vanish sooner than expected.

Images on display at the Linnaeus West School building in West Corners. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

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