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El Roble babies

  • Participants in El Roble’s Baby, Think it Over program, from left, Destiny Caldera, Charlotte Stradley, Morgan Hughes, Candace Coe, Carly McKay and Joseph Ramos pose with their Real Care dolls recently at the school.

    Participants in El Roble’s Baby, Think it Over program, from l...

  • The RealCare dolls are very sophisticated in simulating the experience of caring for an actual child. The dolls can start crying at any time day or night and the student has to figure out why and get it to stop.

    The RealCare dolls are very sophisticated in simulating the expe...

  • El Roble student Joseph Ramos listens to the instructions of PE teacher Debbie Reynolds.

    El Roble student Joseph Ramos listens to the instructions of PE ...

  • The RealCare dolls are very sophisticated in simulating the experience of caring for an actual child. The dolls can start crying at any time day or night and the student has to figure out why and get it to stop.

    The RealCare dolls are very sophisticated in simulating the expe...

  • El Roble student Destiny Cazares smiles as she is handed her new Real Care doll on Wednesday at the School. Under the Baby, Think About It program the students live and care for the dolls for 72 hours.

    El Roble student Destiny Cazares smiles as she is handed her new...

  • Physical education teacher Debbie Foster demonstrates some of the upgraded features of the new RealCare dolls on Wednesday at El Roble Intermediate School. Computers inside the dolls record everything they go through, both negative and positive.

    Physical education teacher Debbie Foster demonstrates some of th...