Greene Street Friends School celebrates Pi Day

Greene Street Friends School celebrated Pi Day, or 3.14.15, one day early with a day of math games. 

 

“The idea behind the day is to generate excitement about math and learn from one another in our partner groupings,” said Pi Day organizer Kim Kraemer.

Activities included learning about circumference, radius and how to calculate Pi. At the school’s Lower School assembly, students recited 26 digits of Pi. 

Instead of the traditional slice of pi(e), students snacked on round cookies.

 

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