Jennifer watches as Cassie and Mike compete at the circle game, in which the object is to be the last person to put a circle on the official game board.

 

Nolan reads “Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi” to the Algebra 2 students. In this book Radius saves his father, Sir Cumference, from a terrible curse by discovering the equivalent measure of pi.

 

This is the pie selection the students had to choose from – thanks to all the students for providing such delicious pies.

 

Pi Day at Pender High School provided a wide selection of pies for all to enjoy!

 

Algebra 1 students measured circular objects to discover that the circumference divided by the diameter is always pi – approximately 3.14 – which is why we celebrate pi day on March 14th.

 

Algebra 1 students measured circular objects to discover that the circumference divided by the diameter is always pi – approximately 3.14 – which is why we celebrate pi day on March 14th. The students also get to enjoy pie.

 

 

The Advanced Math class posed in the seating arrangement of the Greek letter pi and displayed a few of their pies that they brought for pi day.

 

Kayla and Haley find it hard to choose from the selection of pies.

 

Mike decides to serve Brandon his fruit pie personally, while Kayla watches the scene.

 

Stacia provided this cookie pie with the Greek symbol pi in Mrs. Von Seggern’s favorite color – Carolina blue.

 

Lauren questions Adam ’s last move on the game board while Derek tries to lay the last circle as Jenna closely watches for legal moves.

 

Pi Day at Pender High School provided a wide selection of pies for all to enjoy!