During the weeks leading to Pi Day (3-14-13), many of Mr. Mc's math students decided to have a competition for memorizing the most digits of Pi. The grand prize for this event fit in with the subject well. The grand prize was a full size pie, the winners choice of flavor.
The grand prize winner for 6th period was Austin Postlethwaite, accurately memorizing the first 108 digits of Pi!
Austin wisely chose a Hershey's chocolate cream pie.
6th period second place went to Vanessa Hossler for memorizing 66 digits of Pi.
6th period third place went to Connor Edwards, memorizing 46 digits of Pi.
6th grade competitors also included Summer Cole, Jaedyn Hyland, Jeff Maksymkow, Isabella Anthony, Sam Roush, Michelle Virgillo, Justin Warren, Jillian Higgins and Kaitlyn Graves.
4th period first placewent to Brittany Martin for memorizing the first 21 digits of Pi!
4th period second place went to Kiley Witfoth for memorizing 27 digits of Pi.
Additionally, all of these students proved themselves adept at finding area and circumference of circles and semicircles, in both single and composite figures, during Pi Day centers activities.... Read More >