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CWSF 2007 - Truro, Nova Scotia

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My name is Jamie Marie Kraushaar. I am twelve years old, turning thirteen on May 7, 2007. I was born and raised in Indian Head, Saskatchewan. While attending Indian Head High School, I am also involved in drama, play the flute in band class and belong to the badminton club. I have an A+ average and enjoy learning about new and exciting things, especially in music and science. Outside of school, I play the violin, piano and I sing. At three years old, I began singing in music festivals, and continue to do so. I plant my own garden every year; when I was eight years old, I won the Junior Provincial Achievement Award from the Saskatchewan Horticultural Association. As well, for six years, I belonged to the Girl Guides of Canada. If I continue to work hard, when I graduate from high school, I plan to attend university and eventually teach science at the university level. During my spare time, I would like to pursue my dream of acting and become an actress, while still investigating the science of sound! I am a very active teenager and I hope to achieve many goals and live life to the fullest.

Jamie Kraushaar

Renewable Resources
Division:Engineering & Computing Sciences / None
Region:Qu'Appelle Valley
City:Indian Head, SK
School:Indian Head High School
Abstract:This project studied three models of renewable resources. Connected wire ends of a wave generator, wind turbine and solar panel passed electricity into a circuit panel, into a battery and powering an L.E.D. In soil, buried, water-filled tubing was warmed by a heated light bulb. Water flowed into a radiator/heater; a fan blew the heat from the water, heating up a model house.

Awards Value
Honourable Mention - Earth & Environmental Science
Sponsor: Petro-Canada