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COURIER Gallery 5-26-12

  • Students and staff of Mountain View Elementary School participated in a Locks Of Love hair-cutting event at the school on Monday. They collected 32 feet of hair for the organization that makes wigs for people who become bald as a result of illness.

    Students and staff of Mountain View Elementary School participat...

  • Twins Abigail Burns, left, and Adeline Burns talk about their involvement with Locks of Love on Tuesday at Mountain View Elementary School. Students and staff at the school donated 32 feet of hair to the organization that makes wigs.

    Twins Abigail Burns, left, and Adeline Burns talk about their in...

  • Melissa Trejo talks about her involvement with Locks of Love on Tuesday at Mountain View Elementary School.

    Melissa Trejo talks about her involvement with Locks of Love on ...

  • Elayna Aguilar, 11, runs her fingers through her now shorter hair on Tuesday at Mountain View Elementary School. Elayna donated several inches of her hair to Locks of Love during a hair-cutting event at the school on Monday.

    Elayna Aguilar, 11, runs her fingers through her now shorter hai...

  • Alyssa Aguilar smiles as she gets ready to donate some of her hair to Locks of Love on Monday at Mountain View Elementary School.

    Alyssa Aguilar smiles as she gets ready to donate some of her ha...

  • Kylee Pricco proudly holds several inches of her hair that she donated to Locks of Love during a hair-cutting event Monday at Mountain View Elementary School. The students, and a few faculty, donated 32 inces to the non-profit organization.

    Kylee Pricco proudly holds several inches of her hair that she d...

  • Students in Barbara Carlson’s 4th and 5th grade class celebrate finishing their California standardized testing last week at Oakmont Outdoor School. The kindergarten and first grade students made the classroom banners and good luck charms.

    Students in Barbara Carlson’s 4th and 5th grade class celebrat...

  • Students in Coral Sieber’s 3rd and 4th grade class participate in a lesson last week at Oakmont Outdoor School. The poster on the wall was made by younger students to encourage the older students to do well in the California standardized testing.

    Students in Coral Sieber’s 3rd and 4th grade class participate...

  • Oakmont Outdoor School Principal Stacey Stewart, right, set a goal of 800 for her school in this year’s statewide standardized testing. So younger students, who do not have to take the test, made this poster to inspire the older students.

    Oakmont Outdoor School Principal Stacey Stewart, right, set a go...

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