Pi Day at KCA
Pi, is the symbol for the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Pi = roughly 3.14 (although with computers the number has been calculated to over 1 trillion digits!)... Pi Day was celebrated Monday, 3.14 at KCA! Students dressed as "Math Nerds", played math games in their classes, voted to see which teacher would get a "Pi" in the face (congratulations Mrs. Madison!), recited poems, verses and songs, and competed to see who could recite the most digits of Pi, congratualations to Christopher Vincent!
Students receiving awards were:
Most Digits of Pi Recited:
K/1st grade: 1st place: Lauren Trippeer, 33 digits
2nd place: Audrey Bridges, 26 digits
3rd place: Lila Ferrell, 22 digits
2/3 grades: 1st place: Bella Schlange, 18 digits
2nd place was a tie with Jason Bergeron and Dante Moreno each with 15 digits
4/5/6 grades: 1st place: Nick Rein, 81 digits
2nd place: Tyler Vanderwall, 33 digits
3rd place: Jon Vanderwall, 24 digits
7/8 grades: 1st place: Christopher Vincent, 134 digits
2nd place: Kimberlyn Bridges, 55 digits
3rd place: Jake Scully, 10 digits
Best Costumes: 1st Place: K/1-Michael Wiser, 2/3-Parker Noonkester, 4/5/6-Tyler Vanderwall, 7/8-Christopher Vincent.
2nd Place: K/1-Lila Ferrell, 2/3-Jason Bergeron, 4/5/6-Anna DelBosco, 7/8-Jake Scully
3rd Place: K/1-Lauren Trippeer, 2/3-Bella Schlange, 4/5/6-Garrett Grossner, 7/8-Kimberlyn Bridges
Students performing songs, poems, or reciting verses: K/1 Class, Jason Bergeron, Kelsie Engle, Tyler Vanderwall, Gracie Davidson, Christopher Vincent, Hayden Turner, Suzy Smith, and Kimberlyn Bridges.
Jon Vanderwall had the pleasure of giving Mrs. Madison a "Pi" in the face!
Who knew math could be so much fun?
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