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CWSF 2007 - Truro, Nova Scotia

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Alycia - My name is Alycia Hamilton. I am 14 and in grade 8 at Central Senior School in Lindsay, Ontario. I am a member of the soccer and volleyball teams at my school, as well as a local soccer team. I also take dance classes (jazz, hip-hop, tap, ballet) five nights a week. During the summer I enjoy reading books, swimming, wakeboarding, water skiing and golf. In the winter I like to go snowboarding, skiing, and tobogganing. When I graduated from Parkview Public School in grade 6, I was awarded the Principals Award for student leadership. I also received academic awards throughout public school. In Grade 7, after moving to central, I received the academic award as well as the athletic and arts awards. I live in Lindsay Ontario, and have a cottage in Haliburton, Ontario. I have a 16 year-old sister, Angela and an 11 year-old dog, Carly. Along with 2 great parents, we have a very happy family. After graduating high school, I would like to study sciences further and hopefully pursue a career in physiology or kinesiology.
Cayley Elizabeth - My name is Cayley Scates. I am in Grade 8 at Central Senior Public School in Lindsay, Ontario. During my time at Central Senior I have had numerous leadership opportunities. During my grade seven year, I was chosen to attend the Northern Lights Leadership Program. The leadership experience I am most proud of is the involvement I had in our school’s “Free the Children” campaign. Currently, I am a web leader for my school. A web leader is a grade eight student who serves as a mentor and student leader for a class of grade seven students. I have been involved in many extra-curricular activities. I have been part of the Senior Girls’ Soccer Team, the Cross-Country Team and all intramural sports. I am also a member of the school band and the school choir. Outside of school, I am very busy with dance and music. I am currently working on my Grade 5 Royal Conservatory of Music voice qualifications and I currently take ballet, pointe, jazz, and highland lessons. I am a competitive highland dancer. My greatest accomplishment in highland dancing was winning my age category last July in Calgary at the Canadian Highland Dancing Championships.

Alycia Hamilton, Cayley Elizabeth Scates

The Mysteries Of Memory
Division:Physical & Mathematical Sciences / None
Region:Victoria County
City:Lindsay, ON
School:Central Senior School
Abstract:Memory is an important aspect of life. It is of great value to a student, employee, and aging persons in the community. Which stimulus is most valuable, auditory or visual, and at what age is this stimulus the most important? Additionally, does the addition of music affect memory ability?