DeleteNicholas Shimada, center, wears a white wig to portray Thomas Jefferson as his with his third-grade class exits the stage to "The Washington Post" march by John Philip Sousa.
Opportunities for Learning student Gina Ballesteros, 15, left, reads a poem from her handmade Valentine's Day card to Mary Lou Schork, right, at the Santa Clarita Adult Day Health Care Center in Canyon Country on Monday. Five of the Canyon Country charter school's student council members delivered their handmade cards to each of the 40 participants at the center.
The band Bedford Park performed outside Labels SCV, a designer clothing store, as a Valentine's Day treat for shoppers at the Promenade Shopping Center in Valencia on Monday.
Sixth-graders Sarah DeMartini, left, and Nicole Benz describe their science project for judges at Meadows Elementary School in Valencia on Thursday.
Former Los Angeles Dodgers Al Downing, left, and Bill Russell, right, meet with longtime Dodger fan Nick Corsinitas as he celebrates his 102nd birthday at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center in Newhall on Tuesday. For more photos and an article detailing Corsinitas' birthday, see Monday's Senior Living page.
Charlie Schneider, 7, left, and Ricardo Diaz, 6, examine their findings during a simulated excavation at Valencia Glen Park in Valencia on Friday. The children, who are students of Helping Hands Home School, worked at uncovering a scaled-to-size model of a Tyrannosaurus Rex as part of a hands-on lesson about archaeology.
Sculptor Madeline Wiener prepares to speak at the podium during the unveiling ceremony of her artwork "Friends," which is positioned near the entrance of Canyon Country Park in Canyon Country on Wednesday. Her piece depicts the figure of a woman chasing a dog.
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Sgt. Gregg Lewison helps carry bags of toys out of a storage unit at Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic on Thursday.
First-graders as they complete another lap of a jog-a-thon fundraiser at Santa Clarita Elementary School in Saugus on Thursday.
Katie Mularky, 9, looks at the award-winning entries created by fellow students in grades kindergarten through sixth at Plum Canyon Elementary School in Saugus on Tuesday. The display was part of a program themed "Together We Can," which was hosted by the school's parent-teacher association.
A 240-foot crane lifts one of four 7,000-pound, 72-inch boxes of olive trees from Green Landscape Nursery at a house in the Westridge community of Stevenson Ranch on Wednesday.
The Santa Clarita Valley shows a flash of fall during a windy afternoon at Soledad Canyon Road near Bouquet Canyon in Saugus on Monday. Temperatures in the SCV are expected to remain in the high-60s low-70s this week, according to the National Weather Service.
The main attractions of the 2014 Citrus Classic Balloon Festival took off Saturday morning, with around 25 hot air balloons joining the festivities in Santa Paula.
Art Slam is part of the city's Thursdays at Newhall series, which includes three different events held on different Thursdays throughout the month on Main Street in Newhall.
Students at Academy of the Canyons celebrated their graduation Saturday morning with a ceremony at College of the Canyons in Valencia.
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300 Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts and Brownies planted an estimated 5,000 American flags on the graves of people with military service in honor of Memorial Day at Eternal Valley Memorial Park & Mortuary in Newhall on Saturday.
Trinity Classical Academy Head of School, Liz Caddow, leads 21 students in the 2014 graduation ceremony on campus in Valencia on Saturday.
Val Verde residents and other community members can explore artifacts on display from a time capsule buried in 1939 as the cornerstone of the Val Verde swimming pool, which was unearthed in 1994.
Dance, music, tradition and celebration brightened up the streets of Old Town Newhall at the annual Cinco de Mayo event, "A Celebration of Latino Culture," presented by the Latino Chamber of Commerce on Saturday.
Last night brought the third installment in this year's Art Slam series on Main Street in Newhall.
Eighth graders at Rancho Pico Junior High School in Stevenson Ranch got an out-of-this-world lesson Wednesday during the Shuttle Simulator Project.
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