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The Upper Meadows neighborhood in Pleasant Hill decided to celebrate Pi Day, Tuesday, March 14, (3.14) by eating pie together. Spearheaded by Sharron Eckert, everyone in Pleasant Hill was invited... [Read More]
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Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3.14) around the world. Due to the recent snow storm which hit St. Lawrence County, and the subsequent school closings, Pi Day at A.A. Kingston Middle School in Potsdam had to be postponed for a few days. Seventh grade math teacher Trudy Knowlden celebrates Pi Day each year with several activities. Students have the chance to recite this never-ending number, and win prizes and recognition. Dhir Patel set the seventh grade school record at A.A. Kingston with 499 digits. And, perhaps the most ironic way to celebrate Pi Day is with a... [Read More]
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Four score and nine fifth grade students competed on 17 teams for the third local Math Masters meet held on Pi Day (March 14). The questions were challenging and the... [Read More]
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Wedded: Ayana Nicole Green and Theodore Hollace Roebuck Jr. had a Pi Day celebration on March 15. [Read More]
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Earl Warren Middle School held a fun-filled, innovative and tasty "Pi Day" March 14. Students could choose to participate in seven stations in the quad with a carnival-like feel: Eat pie: Each student received a slice of Cost Co apple pie. Guess the circumference and area: A big chalked circle... [Read More]
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If you celebrated Pi Day last week by solving space math questions from NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab, head over to the JPL website — answers are online! [Read More]
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Cedar Creek hosted its annual Pi Day celebration Wednesday, March 15. Students learned about the significance of circles and the value of pi through activities including a pi digit memorization... [Read More]
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Whipped cream covered the faces of many JMU professors and students, all to benefit the math department. [Read More]
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Although Immaculate Conception School's celebration of Pi Day was a week late this year, the event was just as sweet. [Read More]
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Our Pi Day contest just ended, and we got a ton of clever, creative entries. Although we could only choose one winner, we want to highlight the batch of awesome runner-up projects that made our decision so hard. [Read More]
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East Ridge Middle School celebrated Pi Day two days late this year because of a blizzard that hit town last week. [Read More]
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By Berkshire Eagle StaffDoes anyone really need an excuse to eat pie?We don't, here at The Berkshire Eagle, but sometimes we like to celebrate random holidays — such as Pi Day (March 14) by holding a pie contest. But when winter storm Stella …... [Read More]
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Pi in math is equivalent to 3.14, so March 14 is considered Pi Day. At Guardian Angel in Oran, it is also known as Pie Day. Ms. Ann Whistler, our math teacher, had the 8th grade students to tell... [Read More]
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In this edition of Go 4 It Jay Kidwell took part in a Pi Day event 3-14 at the Family Museum in Bettendorf as they held a pie fight. [Read More]
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Neah-Kah-Nie High School celebrates every day as "Pi Day" for the mathematically inclined Pirates – but even more so every March 14. [Read More]
Due to inclement weather, the Pi Day activities at Clarkson University have been postponed to March 29. [Read More]
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Around 70 runners came out Saturday morning for the first "Pi Day Trail Run Challenge" planned by students of the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center. ... [Read More]
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Watching how the usual suspects use and abuse new data is informative. A new study shows that humans may not be solely to blame for the alarming reduction in Arctic Sea ice. Here's NPR with that ... [Read More]
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Mach's series "Pioneering" covers the latest scientific breakthroughs. In this week's round up, why we love Pi Day so much, snowflakes under a microscope and a robot that can flip burgers. [Read More]
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