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This week through our eyes - June 5 to June 12

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Posted: June 11, 2009 9:27 p.m.
Updated: June 12, 2009 4:30 a.m.
Kids and their parents make their way down a hall at Valencia Valley Elementary School, whose walls were filled with student art from 10 Newhall Districts Schools Monday evening. Kids and their parents make their way down a hall at Valencia Valley Elementary School, whose walls were filled with student art from 10 Newhall Districts Schools Monday evening.
Kids and their parents make their way down a hall at Valencia Valley Elementary School, whose walls were filled with student art from 10 Newhall Districts Schools Monday evening.
Students take care of paying for school at the College of the Canyons' Administration offices Tuesday afternoon. COC has eliminated of it's summer session classes, in response to proposed state budget cuts. Students take care of paying for school at the College of the Canyons' Administration offices Tuesday afternoon. COC has eliminated of it's summer session classes, in response to proposed state budget cuts.
Students take care of paying for school at the College of the Canyons' Administration offices Tuesday afternoon. COC has eliminated of it's summer session classes, in response to proposed state budget cuts.
Diane Eggers, left, and her mother Carol Parillo admire the roses at the home of David and Laima Abojniewicz of Valencia as they enjoy a self guided tour of the eight Santa Clarita  homes of the Memorial Garden Tour which accepted donations to benefit the T.A.P.S. and Wounded Warrior Project on June 7. Diane Eggers, left, and her mother Carol Parillo admire the roses at the home of David and Laima Abojniewicz of Valencia as they enjoy a self guided tour of the eight Santa Clarita  homes of the Memorial Garden Tour which accepted donations to benefit the T.A.P.S. and Wounded Warrior Project on June 7.
Diane Eggers, left, and her mother Carol Parillo admire the roses at the home of David and Laima Abojniewicz of Valencia as they enjoy a self guided tour of the eight Santa Clarita  homes of the Memorial Garden Tour which accepted donations to benefit the T.A.P.S. and Wounded Warrior Project on June 7.
Violinist 11-year-old Christian Chung of Stevenson Ranch Elementary School plays "Lullaby" during the Student Art Show at Valencia Valley Elementary School Monday evening. Violinist 11-year-old Christian Chung of Stevenson Ranch Elementary School plays "Lullaby" during the Student Art Show at Valencia Valley Elementary School Monday evening.
Violinist 11-year-old Christian Chung of Stevenson Ranch Elementary School plays "Lullaby" during the Student Art Show at Valencia Valley Elementary School Monday evening.
Mint Canyon Elemetnary School second-grade teacher Marina Hubbard drips with chocolate syrup and marshmallows Wednesday. Students made chocolate sundaes out of five teachers as a reward for the students earning more accelerated reader points than the teachers for the school year. Mint Canyon Elemetnary School second-grade teacher Marina Hubbard drips with chocolate syrup and marshmallows Wednesday. Students made chocolate sundaes out of five teachers as a reward for the students earning more accelerated reader points than the teachers for the school year.
Mint Canyon Elemetnary School second-grade teacher Marina Hubbard drips with chocolate syrup and marshmallows Wednesday. Students made chocolate sundaes out of five teachers as a reward for the students earning more accelerated reader points than the teachers for the school year.
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This past week in the SCV featured human sundaes, art shows, music and a walk through local gardens.

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