Happy Pi Day!

Every year (well since 2009), Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th as this date numerically represents the first three digits of pi (3.14).

Today our students participated in the Pi Day Challenge where they attempted to recite as many digits of pi as they could.

Here were the results:
Our overall school winner, Herrick! He was able to recite 42 digits of Pi.
Ben who recited 30 digits. He even memorized a fun song to help him remember.
Joshua who recited 17 digits.
Lexi who recited 10 digits.
Jack who recited 10 digits.
James who recited 19 digits.
Jonah who recited 11 digits.

All of the students had a great time learning the history of Pi and completing fun Pi Day activities.