Pi is a name given to the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diamete…

Pi is a name given to the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. It always equals 3.14 (plus a lot of other numbers after the decimal point). To celebrate this mathematical function and math in general, Mrs. Wilde’s and Ms. Miranda's 6th – 8th grade students ran a Pi Day math carnival yesterday. For every math-related game students played, they earned a ticket. Once they had 7 tickets, they could redeem them for a piece of pie. (One of the few days we have sweets on campus in accordance with our Health and Wellness Policy.) Thanks very much to Pioneer Market for donating 10 pies and providing the rest at cost, helping to make this fun afternoon for students more affordable.


Happy Pi (3.14) Day!
Pi is a name given to the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. It always equals 3.14 (plus a lot of other numbers after the decimal point). To celebrate this mathematical function and math in general, Mrs. Wilde’s and Ms. Miranda's 6th – 8th grade students ran a Pi Day math carnival yesterday. For every math-related game students played, they earned a ticket. Once they had 7 tickets, they could redeem them for a piece of pie. (One of the few days we have sweets on campus in accordance with our Health and Wellness Policy.) Thanks very much to Pioneer Market for donating 10 pies and providing the rest at cost, helping to make this fun afternoon for students more affordable.