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Newbury Park High School Graduation

Newbury Park High School graduation on Friday, June 14

RG 318 RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers I DID IT! - Lexie Bernal puts her arms up into the air as she receives her diploma during Newbury Park High School graduation on Friday, June 14.

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I DID IT! – Lexie Bernal puts her arms up into the air as she receives her diploma during Newbury Park High School graduation on Friday, June 14.

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Conejo Valley Graduation

Conejo Valley High School celebrates their Commencement Ceremony on Thursday, June 13.

RG 302 RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers Brian McAteer gets a little help getting ready before Conejo Valley High School graduation on Thursday, June 13.

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Brian McAteer gets a little help getting ready before Conejo Valley High School graduation on Thursday, June 13.

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Principal becomes a hot dog!

PERFECT AIM - Wildwood Elementary School principal Doug Hedin grimaces as a stream of mustard hits him right in the goggles as his students make him into a human hot dog on Friday, May 31 as a prize for raising money at the school’s Jog-a-thon.

PERFECT AIM – Wildwood Elementary School principal Doug Hedin grimaces as a stream of mustard hits him right in the goggles as his students make him into a human hot dog on Friday, May 31 as a prize for raising money at the school’s Jog-a-thon.

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Early graduations at local Christian schools

MAKING MEMORIES - Oaks Christian High School graduates embrace each other and sway in unison as they sing the alma mater at the conclusion of the commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 30.

MAKING MEMORIES – Oaks Christian High School graduates embrace each other and sway in unison as they sing the alma mater at the conclusion of the commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 30.

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Students turn principal into hot dog!

PERFECT AIM - Wildwood Elementary School principal Doug Hedin grimaces as a stream of mustard hits him right in the goggles as his students make him into a human hot dog on Friday, May 31 as a prize for raising money at the school’s Jog-a-thon.

PERFECT AIM – Wildwood Elementary School principal Doug Hedin grimaces as a stream of mustard hits him right in the goggles as his students make him into a human hot dog on Friday, May 31 as a prize for raising money at the school’s Jog-a-thon.

SILLY FUN - Wildwood Elementary School students, from left, Jack O’Neill, Sam Shapiro and Hudson Grey gleefully aim squirt bottles of mustard and ketchup directly at principal Doug Hedin’s face to make him into a human hot dog on Friday, May 31 as a prize for being top fund-raisers at the school’s Jog-a-thon.

SILLY FUN – Wildwood Elementary School students, from left, Jack O’Neill, Sam Shapiro and Hudson Grey gleefully aim squirt bottles of mustard and ketchup directly at principal Doug Hedin’s face to make him into a human hot dog on Friday, May 31 as a prize for being top fund-raisers at the school’s Jog-a-thon.

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Conejo Valley Days

Residents enjoy the 57th annual Conejo Valley Days

RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers FLYN’ HIGH – Brian McCarty holds on with one hand during the Vince Morgan Motocross show at Conejo Valley Days on Saturday, May 4. RG 203

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FLYN’ HIGH – Brian McCarty holds on with one hand during the Vince Morgan Motocross show at Conejo Valley Days on Saturday, May 4. RG 203

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Arbor-Earth Day in Thousand Oaks

The City of Thousand Oaks held their annual Arbor-Earth Day on Saturday, April 13. Dozens of vendors displayed their green products while people enjoyed music, food and crafts for the kids. Photos by Michael Coons/Acorn Newspapers

HOLD STILL - Jillian Sisson, 6, of Moorpark takes a close look at a butterfly on her finger during the Arbor/Earth Day Celebration at Conejo Creek Park in Thousand Oaks on Sat., April 13. The event featured green vendors, free trees and plants, and a car show with electric and hybrid vehicles.

HOLD STILL – Jillian Sisson, 6, of Moorpark takes a close look at a butterfly on her finger during the Arbor/Earth Day Celebration at Conejo Creek Park in Thousand Oaks on Sat., April 13. The event featured green vendors, free trees and plants, and a car show with electric and hybrid vehicles.

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All District Chorus Festival

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers BIG VOICES - Grace Younes, center, 7, of Sycamore Canyon School sings her heart out while performing with fellow students at the All District Chorus Festival, held at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza on Tuesday, April 2.

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BIG VOICES – Grace Younes, center, 7, of Sycamore Canyon School sings her heart out while performing with fellow students at the All District Chorus Festival, held at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza on Tuesday, April 2.

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Conejo Winter Guard & Drum Line Exhibition

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers FIERCE FACES - Moorpark High School Winter Guard member Briana Stazak swirls a bright red flag around her shoulders as she performs with fellow guard members during the 2013 Sights of the Conejo Exhibition Show at Thousand Oaks High School on Saturday, March 2.

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FIERCE FACES – Moorpark High School Winter Guard member Briana Stazak swirls a bright red flag around her shoulders as she performs with fellow guard members during the 2013 Sights of the Conejo Exhibition Show at Thousand Oaks High School on Saturday, March 2.

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Chinese New Year Ribbon Dance Rehearsal



IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers FLYING COLORS - 11-year-old Megan Lee practices her ribbon technique with the Chinese dance group from Nan’s Dance Studio for their Chinese New Year performance during rehearsal on Saturday, january 26 at the Hillcrest Arts Center.

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FLYING COLORS – 11-year-old Megan Lee practices her ribbon technique with the Chinese dance group from Nan’s Dance Studio for their Chinese New Year performance during rehearsal on Saturday, january 26 at the Hillcrest Arts Center.

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