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ESPC 2009 - Winnipeg (Manitoba)

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Jaclyn - My name is Jaclyn Law in Grade 9, attending Francis Libermann Catholic High School. I play the alto saxophone for my school’s senior and intermediate concert bands and for junior stage band, and the clarinet last year. I am also part of the leadership group, We Are. I am identified as gifted and am enrolled in an enriched program. I enjoy an active lifestyle, playing on our badminton team. I volunteer at school functions, and at the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto. In the past, I won numerous ribbons and crests for sporting events, a bronze medal in the previous year’s Toronto-wide Sci-Tech Fair, certificates of distinction in various Waterloo math contests, a bronze medal for a speech contest and second place at a Japanese speech contest. I represented my school at a debate, and was an Honour Roll student for 3 years consecutively. My hobbies include playing the violin and saxophone, studying Japanese, and collecting unusually shaped erasers. In addition, I take pleasure in studying different languages and reading novels. I love to try new things as long as it does not harm me. After graduation, I plan on pursuing a career in the field of medical sciences.
Evelyn - My name is Evelyn Lam and I am a Grade 9 student at Francis Libermann Catholic High School. There, I am part of the school choir and play flute in the Intermediate Stage and Senior Concert Bands. I am also involved in “We Are…”, a leadership group working with Free the Children to better the situations of children around the world. Another leadership opportunity was joining Scouts Canada, of which I have been a member for five years. I have been a Cub for two and a Scout for three years, two of which I have been a Patrol Leader. Last June, I achieved the Chief Scout’s Award, the highest Scout level accomplishment in Scouts Canada, through which I developed citizenship, leadership, personal development and outdoor skills. I recently joined the Venturers section and am working towards the Queen’s Venturer Award. I have participated in the Chinese Martyrs Catholic Children’s Choir for five years, performing at various locations and events. Last summer, I volunteered at a daycare centre and as a leader at my church’s Youth Summer Camp. I do not yet know which career path I will choose, but no matter what it is, I will strive for success.

Jaclyn Law, Evelyn Lam

The Last One Standing: SALT or SNOW?
Division:Génie et sciences de l'informatique / Aucun
Ville:Toronto, ON
École:Francis Libermann C.S.S.
Sommaire:Our purpose is to determine which type of salt is the best de-icing agent. In our project, we explore freezing point depression and structures of ice crystals. We also delve into how the global issues of our environment and public health are affected by salt during the long winter season. In conclusion, magnesium chloride is the most beneficial to our health and our environment.