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The Signal's Photo Spotlight, Nov. 14-20, 2009: This week through our eyes

Posted: November 19, 2009 10:00 p.m.
Updated: November 20, 2009 10:00 a.m.
Tristin Kurtz, a sixth-grader at Fair Oak Ranch Community School, squeezes caramel sauce on Newton on Friday afternoon. Newton promised his class the treat of converting him into a ice cream sundae for having met their goal in the Accelerated Reading Program. Tristin Kurtz, a sixth-grader at Fair Oak Ranch Community School, squeezes caramel sauce on Newton on Friday afternoon. Newton promised his class the treat of converting him into a ice cream sundae for having met their goal in the Accelerated Reading Program.
Tristin Kurtz, a sixth-grader at Fair Oak Ranch Community School, squeezes caramel sauce on Newton on Friday afternoon. Newton promised his class the treat of converting him into a ice cream sundae for having met their goal in the Accelerated Reading Program.
Fair Oaks Ranch Community School sixth-grade teacher Ken Newton is covered in chocolate, strawberry and caramel sauce Friday as a treat to his students who met their Accelerated Reading Program goal since the beginning of the school year. Fair Oaks Ranch Community School sixth-grade teacher Ken Newton is covered in chocolate, strawberry and caramel sauce Friday as a treat to his students who met their Accelerated Reading Program goal since the beginning of the school year.
Fair Oaks Ranch Community School sixth-grade teacher Ken Newton is covered in chocolate, strawberry and caramel sauce Friday as a treat to his students who met their Accelerated Reading Program goal since the beginning of the school year.
Northlake Hills fifth-grade teacher Jennetta Thomas gives rewards to Castaic Union School District students on Tuesday for correctly answering a question regarding a Thanksgiving book they read at the Castaic Public Library as part of the Grand Reader program. The program is an effort by the Castaic district and library hopes to get children and their families to read together outside of school. Northlake Hills fifth-grade teacher Jennetta Thomas gives rewards to Castaic Union School District students on Tuesday for correctly answering a question regarding a Thanksgiving book they read at the Castaic Public Library as part of the Grand Reader program. The program is an effort by the Castaic district and library hopes to get children and their families to read together outside of school.
Northlake Hills fifth-grade teacher Jennetta Thomas gives rewards to Castaic Union School District students on Tuesday for correctly answering a question regarding a Thanksgiving book they read at the Castaic Public Library as part of the Grand Reader program. The program is an effort by the Castaic district and library hopes to get children and their families to read together outside of school.
Hunter Pack, of the Cardinals, takes the flag off the Bengals quarterback before he can make a pass during their Super Bowl game Saturday at Central Park. Divisional championship games were held for teams in four different age groups ranging from 9 to 14. Hunter Pack, of the Cardinals, takes the flag off the Bengals quarterback before he can make a pass during their Super Bowl game Saturday at Central Park. Divisional championship games were held for teams in four different age groups ranging from 9 to 14.
Hunter Pack, of the Cardinals, takes the flag off the Bengals quarterback before he can make a pass during their Super Bowl game Saturday at Central Park. Divisional championship games were held for teams in four different age groups ranging from 9 to 14.
Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Lloyd Eisler, right, and partner Choeleen Loundagin practice a figure skating stunt called a ”death spiral” at Valencia Ice Station. Eisler is married to film and TV actress Kristy Swanson, who is probably best known for her role in the 1992 film “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Eisler and Swanson married in February and moved to Santa Clarita with their 2-year-old son Magnus Hart Swanson Eisler in June. Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Lloyd Eisler, right, and partner Choeleen Loundagin practice a figure skating stunt called a ”death spiral” at Valencia Ice Station. Eisler is married to film and TV actress Kristy Swanson, who is probably best known for her role in the 1992 film “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Eisler and Swanson married in February and moved to Santa Clarita with their 2-year-old son Magnus Hart Swanson Eisler in June.
Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Lloyd Eisler, right, and partner Choeleen Loundagin practice a figure skating stunt called a ”death spiral” at Valencia Ice Station. Eisler is married to film and TV actress Kristy Swanson, who is probably best known for her role in the 1992 film “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Eisler and Swanson married in February and moved to Santa Clarita with their 2-year-old son Magnus Hart Swanson Eisler in June.
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Here's The Signal's Photo Spotlight for the week of Nov. 14-20, 2009 featuring photos taken in the Santa Clarita Valley by Signal staff photographers.

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