Pi Day is a Great River tradition - recite ten digits of Pi on 3/14 and get a slice of pie!
This year, ninth grader Briar Weston recited 1,900 digits of Pi from memory, earning themselves a spot as one of the top reciters in the world! The feat took just over twenty minutes and the entire lower adolescent community sat in anticipation & awe of Briar’s memorization skills! To see pictures of everyone who recited Pi in front of the community, click here.
The celebration wasn’t just in the lower adolescent community - upper elementary students got in on the fun too. Classrooms baked pies and did circle exercises, learning more about the wondrous number that is Pi.