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The Signal's Photo Spotlight: April 3-9, 2011

Posted: April 10, 2011 1:55 a.m.
Updated: April 10, 2011 1:55 a.m.
Haily Taylor works out with three classes of fifth-graders during an intense, 30-minute aerobic work out at Pinetree Community School in Canyon Country on April 1. The students attend this “boot camp” each week as part of the schools fitness curriculum that also includes yoga and martial arts. About 74 percent of the school’s fifth-grade students in 2009-10 were considered in the healthy fitness zone, according to state data. Haily Taylor works out with three classes of fifth-graders during an intense, 30-minute aerobic work out at Pinetree Community School in Canyon Country on April 1. The students attend this “boot camp” each week as part of the schools fitness curriculum that also includes yoga and martial arts. About 74 percent of the school’s fifth-grade students in 2009-10 were considered in the healthy fitness zone, according to state data.
Haily Taylor works out with three classes of fifth-graders during an intense, 30-minute aerobic work out at Pinetree Community School in Canyon Country on April 1. The students attend this “boot camp” each week as part of the schools fitness curriculum that also includes yoga and martial arts. About 74 percent of the school’s fifth-grade students in 2009-10 were considered in the healthy fitness zone, according to state data.
Castaic Middle School’s CMStv crew members edit film footage for their weekly broadcast in Castaic on March 31. The students who are admitted to the popular class put together a story every two weeks during the school year. Castaic Middle School’s CMStv crew members edit film footage for their weekly broadcast in Castaic on March 31. The students who are admitted to the popular class put together a story every two weeks during the school year.
Castaic Middle School’s CMStv crew members edit film footage for their weekly broadcast in Castaic on March 31. The students who are admitted to the popular class put together a story every two weeks during the school year.
Carlos Vasquez, 13, holds a Casio keyboard in the teen room of the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley in Newhall on April 1. The keyboard is one of a few instruments that he has practiced since he taught himself how to play the piano in 2008. Carlos Vasquez, 13, holds a Casio keyboard in the teen room of the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley in Newhall on April 1. The keyboard is one of a few instruments that he has practiced since he taught himself how to play the piano in 2008.
Carlos Vasquez, 13, holds a Casio keyboard in the teen room of the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley in Newhall on April 1. The keyboard is one of a few instruments that he has practiced since he taught himself how to play the piano in 2008.
 Sam, a Yorkshire terrier, rode with a group in the 5.5-mile family bike ride of Santa Clarita Century Ride and Family Fun event at the Westfield Valencia Town Center last Saturday. Nearly 500 cyclists turned out for the event.  Sam, a Yorkshire terrier, rode with a group in the 5.5-mile family bike ride of Santa Clarita Century Ride and Family Fun event at the Westfield Valencia Town Center last Saturday. Nearly 500 cyclists turned out for the event.
Sam, a Yorkshire terrier, rode with a group in the 5.5-mile family bike ride of Santa Clarita Century Ride and Family Fun event at the Westfield Valencia Town Center last Saturday. Nearly 500 cyclists turned out for the event.
Santa Clarita Christian School student Juliette Valaer, 17, cheers on the corner of Magic Mountain Parkway and Valencia Boulevard as a passing motorist stops to give a $5 donation in support of the school’s car wash fundraiser benefiting the family of U.S. Army Spc. Rudy A. Acosta. Santa Clarita Christian School student Juliette Valaer, 17, cheers on the corner of Magic Mountain Parkway and Valencia Boulevard as a passing motorist stops to give a $5 donation in support of the school’s car wash fundraiser benefiting the family of U.S. Army Spc. Rudy A. Acosta.
Santa Clarita Christian School student Juliette Valaer, 17, cheers on the corner of Magic Mountain Parkway and Valencia Boulevard as a passing motorist stops to give a $5 donation in support of the school’s car wash fundraiser benefiting the family of U.S. Army Spc. Rudy A. Acosta.
A weather vane is perched on a rooftop in Newhall at sunset Thursday. Santa Clarita got a cornucopia of winter weather Friday, as hail, rain and light snow fell sporadically in the area. Saturday saw clearer skies, but the chilly weather remained. The forecast calls for highs in the low-70s and sunny skies over the Santa Clarita Valley by Tuesday. A weather vane is perched on a rooftop in Newhall at sunset Thursday. Santa Clarita got a cornucopia of winter weather Friday, as hail, rain and light snow fell sporadically in the area. Saturday saw clearer skies, but the chilly weather remained. The forecast calls for highs in the low-70s and sunny skies over the Santa Clarita Valley by Tuesday.
A weather vane is perched on a rooftop in Newhall at sunset Thursday. Santa Clarita got a cornucopia of winter weather Friday, as hail, rain and light snow fell sporadically in the area. Saturday saw clearer skies, but the chilly weather remained. The forecast calls for highs in the low-70s and sunny skies over the Santa Clarita Valley by Tuesday.
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