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Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Kids & Pie
Kids & Pie

In the nature of academia and simple good-natured fun, Clark County Junior High and High School students participated in our traditional National Pi Day on March 14, 2018. Now Pi, when used in terms of Mathematics, is the number:

3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751 and so on and so on!

Every year when our traditional Clark County Pi Day comes along, it is not only about the Mathematical number, but also some good ol’ cookies and cream pie! YUMMY!

Mrs. Wagoner and Mrs. Johnson were on hand to test students’ academic prowess by allowing them to recite as many numbers of Pi as they could remember, in the proper order, in front of their peers. The results: High School student, Nathaniel Baker was able to beat his last year’s record by reciting 151 numbers of Pi. Junior High student, Emmalee Stewart is making a name for herself by reciting 37 numbers of Pi! Totally SWEET!

After the Mathematical contest, all students including some very dedicated staff took part in the Pie-eating contest (without hands of course!)



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