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Wednesday. March 12.2014 Student Joe Drees smiles for the camera as he first gets the .empathy belly on. Pregnancy simulation By" Brittany Stegman Over the past few weeks, Lesley Taylor's Child De- velopment classes learned about prenatal develop- ment and her students had the opportunity to wear the empathy belly. The pur- pose of the empathy belly is to make the students who wear it feel like they are in their ninth month of pregnancy. Ms. Taylor, the Child Development teacher said, "The empathy belly is always an exciting activity for students to try. They instantly feel like they are nine months pregnant. Af- ter the three hour simula- tion, many are surprised at how taxing it is both physi- cally and emotionally." The students that chose to wear the belly only had to wear it for three class periods, but for most, that was more than enough time. Senior Shelby Keh- rer, a student who decided to wear the empathy belly, said, "Wearing the empathy belly Was a good experience. I think teens should be ex- posed to this more often because it teaches others how it truly feels to be nine months pregnant." There were two types of empathy bellies the stu- dents could wear, either a teen sized belly or an adult sized belly. Both weigh about 30 pounds and can cause backaches, fatigue, shallow breathing, in- creased blood pressure and body temperatures, and a frequency of urination. The empathy belly was a great experience for all of the peo- ple who decided to wear it. ACT exam workshop Kaskaskia College will have an ACT exam prep workshop on Saturday mornings March 22, 29 and April 5, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with one hour break for lunch, with an optional, but recommended, proc- tored pre-test March 8, at 9 a.m. at Wesclin High School. Students from all area high schools are invited to partici- pate in this course. Is your student ready for these very important as- sessments? If your teenager needs an added boost before taking these exams, then this is the place for them. If they have test anxiety or need extra help in specific ar- eas such as math, science or reading, then join us. Your participation in- creases your chances of suc- cess with your enrollment in our Test Preparation work- shop. • The workshop is open to high school students in grades 10 through 12, as well as adults planning to take an upcoming exam for college admission. Students should bring a calculator, pencil and notebook to class. The optional proctored Pre-Test is included in the cost of the course and pro- vides valuable data for both the students and instructors. This comprehensive report includes student strengths, and growth opportunities based on results of this re- tired ACT test. Pre-registration is re- quired for this workshop. The class registration num- ber is VOCS 030 TR01W Act Prep Course. For further informa- tion, or to register, call the Kaskaskia College Commu- nity Education Department at (618) 545-3255. Space is limited, so please register early. "THANK YOU" Thank you from the employees and staff of GUS C UNVERFEHRT FARM SUPPLY, INC. 5IERVINq OUR COMMUNITIIEJ JINCFE 1889 FOR ATTENDING OUR OPEN HOUSE LAST THURSDAY! We appreciate you taking the time to come and help us celebrate our open house. Any time we can be of service with any of your agricultural needs, whether it be new equipment, installation or service work on existing equipment, we will be happy to assist you in any way. 22006 Sl. Kosc Rd. Highland, IL 62249 19071 Meridian Rd., Centralia, (Hoyleton-Hoffman Rd.) (618) 493-7357 or visit us at our web Site: unverfehrtinc.com II Trenton Sun Page 10 - Schools Scholarship opportunities and visit days BCMW COMMUNITY SERVICES SCHOLARSHIP • Awarding 10, $500 scholarships. • Applicants must show financial need and plan to attend an Illinois college. • Application deadline is March 24. THOUVENOT, WADE, AND MOERCHEN SCHOLARSHIP • $1,000 award. • Applicants must be pursuing a de- gree in engineering or land survey- ing. • Application deadline is April 4. SWIC ACTIVITIES BOARD SCHOLARSHIP • SWIC full-tuition scholarships. • Applicants must be attending SWIC and be interested in being on the College Activities Board. • Application deadline is June 6. NEW BADEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SCHOLARSHIP • Applicants must be high school se- niors with a New Baden or New Mem- phis address. • Application deadline is April 21. ASPIRING PHARMACIST SCHOLARSHIP • $1,000 award. • Applicants must be pursuing phar- macy in college. • Apply at www.PharmacyTechni- cianReview.com. • Application deadline is June 1. THE SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION OF ST. LOUIS INTEREST FREE LOANS • Applicants must demonstrate fi- nancial need, strong character, and a strong academic record. • To apply go to www.sfstl.org. • Application deadline is April 15. COLLEGE VISIT DAYS • Kaskaskia College Cosmetology Department is hosting another col- lege visit day on March 31, for all high school students interested in the cosmetology field. Kaskaskia College offers certificates as well as an Associ- ate in Applied Science in Cosmetology Degree. Interested students should RSVP by calling 545-3306 by March 24. • Washington University in St. Louis will have two workshops on April 24, beginning at 7 p.m. One is on essay writing tips for students and the other is on financial aid assistance for par- ents. For more information please see Mrs. Fisher. Wesclin book awards By: Tyler Wyman The 2014 Abraham Lin- coln Book Award voting is around the corner with high school students at Wesclin having an opportunity to vote. The annual award is • given to the book with the most votes. To take part in this selection, the student's only requirement is that they read at least four of the 22 books on the nominee list. "The Abraham Lincoln book award list always has a great selection of books that suit a variety of read- ing interests. It is a great place to start if you're look- ing for a really good book." said teacher Mrs. Oster. Some of the popular books among them in- clude Divergent by Verom ica Roth, Room by Emma Donoghue, The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, and I Hunt Killer by Barry Lyga. "Much like the rest of our English class, I read Divergent, and thoroughly enjoyed the futuristic dys- topia themes of the novel," said Sarah Hendren. The award is sponsored by the Illinois School Li- brary Media Association (ISLMA), with its purpose being to encourage students to read for personal satis- faction and become more familiar with adult books. The deadline for votes is March 14, and everyone is recommended to take a look at the nominee list for great book suggestions whether you are a student or not. Scholar Bowl season draws to a close By: Kristen Nelson Wesclin's Scholar Bowl team competed many times throughout the year at various events. Ten fresh- man comprise the fresh- man team, and thirteen sophomores, juniors and seniors comprise the var- sity team. Senior Bailey Kattenbraker said, "We're a strong team and work to- gether fairly well. I think that we'll be able to pull through in our regional and hopefully move on to sectionals." Scholar Bowl consists of five people on each team, with two teams opposing at a time. They are asked questions in many aca- demic subjects including mathematics, literature, world history, and geogra- phy. Those teams are then scored on how they answer questions correctly. "The freshman team this year has been phenomenal. They really have stepped up their game," said coach Jessica Pilgreen. The freshman team had a victorious season while the varsity team had a roller coaster ride of a year. The teams will compete at their regional in the next couple weeks and will hopefully advance to sectionals. First row, from left: Morgan Wendling, Jessica Telgmann, Abby Huelsmann, Melissa Thole, Amy Thole, Amy Raymond, Court- ney Gerstenecker, Dakota Sharp, and Chelsea Jean. Back row" Tanner Knebel, Ben Wick, Brad Braddock, Emily Schwartzkopf, Elizabeth Donoho, Blake Uchitjil, Brett Woker, Jeremy Kleiboeker, Gunner Decker, Newt Albert, Dylan Reed, Wayne Madson, Lorri Albert, Robby Bennett, Tyler Pokojski, Addy Brennan, and Professor Aaron Heinzmann. Students attend PAS conference in Springfield Kaskaskia College Ag- Public Speaking, second tamont)- first place Animal Tyler Pokojski was also riculture and Horticultire place Ag Business Manage- Systems Ruminant Career elected the 2014-15 IL PAS Students recently attended ment and Marketing Career Progress. President and Brad Brad- the Illinois Postsecond- Planning. Lorri Albert (Mulberry dock (Patoka) was elected ary Agricultural Students Dakota Sharp (Green- Grove)-thirdplaceAgBusi- the 2014-15 IL PAS Vice- (PAS) Annual Conference in ville) - first place Plant Sys- ness Management and Mar- President. Springfield. Awards earned tems Career Planning. keting Career Planning. Other students com- were: Addy Brennan (Trenton) Courtney Gerstenecker peting were Abby Huels- Soils Specialist: first - second place Animal Sys- (Carlyle) - first place Agri- mann (Breese), Tanner place Blake Uchitjil (Odin) terns Ruminant Career cultural Education Career Knebel (Highland), Emily and second place Tyler Po- Planning. Planning. Schwartzkopf (Nashville), kojski(Centralia). Amy Thole (Carlyle) - Robby Bennett - third JeremyKleiboeker(Breese), Landscape Specialist: first place Horticulture, En- place Plant Systems Career Newt Albert (Mulberry first place Robby Bennett vironmental and Natural Progress. Grove), and Wayne Madson (Vandalia) and third place Resource Career Planning. Blake Uchitjil - second (Trenton). Amy Raymond (Highland). Melissa Thole (Carlyle) place Agricultural Educa- For more information on Dairy Specialist: first, - second place Horticulture, tion Career Planning. the Kaskaskia College Ag- • place Dylan Reed (Beecher Environmental and Natural Ben Wick (Highland) - riculture and Horticulture (City) and second place Jes- Resources Career Progress. second place Horticulture, Program please visit www. sica Telgmann (Strasburg). Gunner Decker (Salem) - Environmental and Natural kaskaskia.edu or like us on Other awards earned in- first place Horticulture, En- Resource Career Planning. Facebook at Kaskaskia Col- clude: vironmental and Natural " Chelsea Jean - first place lege Agriculture and Colle- Elizabeth Donoho (Sa- Resources Career Progress. Animal Systems Ruminant giate FFA. lem): first place Prepared Morgan Wendling (AI- Career Planning. Call NOW For A FREE ESTIMATE t" It's never too early to start o. ,- "  "I planning for a beautiful °  / • Spring ..... 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