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October 22, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 11 h students are learning what It's like to take care of a baby. Pictured above are the students for the program. They will be given a life-like doll that cries, has to be held for hours on and cared for just llke a real baby. (Back row, from left) Melissa Garrett, Clara Torres, Nata Sutton, Tyler Lusk, and Tim Roberts. (Front row, from left) Jennifer Menlcucci, Candice Micheile Cason. CHS "Baby Think It Over" ram deals with teen pregnancy High School ;taft has devel- iincreasing concern about problem that the schools and the at these concerns, the and teachers have no- a lot of teens do not to properly take care of not understand the emotional and time com- A nvolved in parent- r. decided action by purchasing a It over" doll and pro- financial back- local C.A.R.E Founda- were made available sim- using Baby Think infantsim- simulation is de- help young adults un- three important facts Babies' demands md must be met (2) Babies require a of time and attention. change a parent's life also helps young the physical, emo- and financial conse- simulator or "baby" at random, at unpredict- 24 hours a day and itby inserting and turning a key in its back. Baby stops crying when the care key is inserted. The care key must be held in place from five to 35 minutes, approximating the amount of time needed to care for the infant. The baby will also cry if held in a position it does not like, or if it is roughly handled or abused. A care key is used rather than a bottle in Baby's mouth to reinforce the fact that a baby does not cry only when it is hungry. The doll will be checked out for a two day period tostudents tak- ingthe Family Lifeclass. Students will also be given a diaper bag, a cradle or bassinet, clothes for changing the doll at least five times a day, a car seat and an infant carrier, stroller or back pack. There is a student workbook which re- quires them to keep a diary of their "care sessions" and calculate the costs of raising a baby for one year. Students will also be re- quired to sponge bathe the baby. r Weather Oct. 14 91 49 Oct. 15 93 49 Oct. 16 96 55 Oct. 17 90 54 Oct. 18 84 53 Oct. 19 70 45 Oct. 20 88 53 J While nothing can replace the experience of dealing with a real child, this "Baby Think It Over" doll is about as close as one can get! Research indicates that last year, two out of five teenage girls became pregnant. Students and teachers from schools across the nation are claiming that this doll really works in reducing campus pregnancy rates. If some girls, or a few guys, at Cloverdale High School are convinced to look at teen pregnancy in a more respon- sible manner, then the doll will have served the purpose for which it was purchased! Submitted by Michael Doolan, CHS FHA-HERO C00araina Bird - CIordale CA 95425 - Licens 0696864 McCONNELL 'ROLliT " 0LDS ' GEO NEAREST GM DEALER Heal&burg Avenue, Healdsburg lo800o7753384 Eduardo Figueroa, Jeffer- World Class helper Clayton Klnsey with son's very first World Marrlne Lopezwho needed his help. Class Helper. World Class Helpers During each Friday's World-Wide Assemblies, several students will be honored as "World Class Helpers". These caring individuals go out of their way to make our school and our world a better place. This week's honorees include Heidi Bilbro, Clayton Kinsey, Ashley Floyd, Levi Cooke, William Doucett, Ashley Fairchild and Josh Fairchild. Their pictures will appear on a special bulletin board in the breezeway. They will receive a certificate, a coupon for free burger and fries and the thanks of their peers. Mr. Gregg's Japanese Tea Ceremony. Tea for Two or Three Tea time is found in many different cultures around the world. Two of our classrooms celebrate this custom regularly: Japanese Tea Ceremony-Mr. Gregg's Room 27 begin their ceremo- ny with a bow and say "Konichiwa (hello) to their guest to welcome them. The guest is then invited to kneel on a cushion in front of the low table. Use your guest's last name and add "san" after it. Serve your guest a small rice cake on rice paper while you prepare tea. Put the selected tea in your guest's cup and pour hot water over it. Hand the tea to your guest. Your guest takes the tea and bows. Then they take three sips and say "Arigato" (thank you). Volunteer Welcome Jefferson School has a new volunteer, Janet Matson. She will listen to individuals students read I or 2 days each" week in the Resource Room. She is a former teacher. We appreciate and welcome her! Harvest Fair Champs The second and third grade Shared Class went to the Harvest Fair on Friday, Oct. 3. They had a great time! The big news of the day was the grape stomp. Two teams from Mrs. Gunnink's class entered the competition, Kevin Rankin and Zach Moore and Amanda Matson and Megan Haug. Megan and Amanda gave a good stomp, then Kevin and Zach went on to win the kids division (13 and under). The com- peted with the adults Oct. 5 and placed 11th in the finals. Safe and Sane Halloween The Cloverdale Lioness Club will again coordinate safe and fun Halloween activities for young students. Parade Sign-up will be- gin at 4:30 pm across the street from West.America Bank and the Parade will be held at 5 pm with children marching downtown to Washington School. The party will be held at Wasliington from 5:30 to 7 in the cafeteria. There will be prizes, candy, cookies, hot dogs and juice. It's all free! Join the fun! T-shirt design contest Jefferson's World of Readers T- shirt design was announced at last Friday's assembly! Illustra- tors of the artwork include: Molly Brady, Jonny Goetz, Govinda Kary, Sara Garcia, Leanne Fogg, Jessica Longfield, Mustafa Tolosa, and Kia Cafferata. The art work was put together by Laurie Sie- benthall. T-shirts are available for $10 student and $15 adult in the Jefferson Library. Don't forget Kia's slogan, "The World Always Has It's Nose in a Good Book!" Carnival We hope you had fun at Jeffer- son's Annual Carnival! There will be a wrap-up Thank-you article appearing in next week's issue! Thanks to Mrs. Susan Lile and Mrs. Carina Meredith for your coordination efforts! Toastmasters International Area 6-10 and 6-25 Governor Claire Caudill is shown awarding the first place plaque to Humorous Speech contestant Patty Lauterjung from Santa rosa Toastmasters. Your ticket to a secure retirement. For a recorded message of current rate information, call 1-800-4US BOND 1-800-487-2663 in A-nerica. O. BONDS A public service of this newspaper CLOVER E&J BRANDY 750 ML $799 McCormick & Tamlroff Vodka We Feature Quality LOCATIONS  MILLER GENUINE DRAFT BASICS CAMEL SPECIAL SERIES Pe nzo i I " 24PACK , t DORAL i 12OZCANS    Surpasses API's Highest '.STAC $16.49CT. C,000000ETTES ServiceCategory--SH 11.,,, __.__ BUDWEISER, COORS, MILLER BEER ATF, I0eF40 -- I l 12Pack, 120zCa. MONARCH CIGARETTES $A99 S13.99c00.o00 Avail. both locations Avail. Both Locations --"--'--'"-- Avlable Bolh