Pi Day 3.14.16!

March 15, 2016
  • On Monday, March 14, the student body participated in a fun all-school activity celebrating the most famous, never-ending, non-repeating, mathematical constant, π (pi).  Pi, the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter is approximated to 3.14. On March 14, every year, known as Pi Day, educators and math enthusiasts promote math and science to students and the general public through fun activities related to pi.  This year has more significance since 3/14/16 represents pi rounded to four decimal places as 3.1416.

    All students from Kindergarten through High School assembled on the field to form the mathematical symbol π (pi).  The formation was then photographed by our very own Delphi Graduate Class of ’10 and professional photographer, Jake Isham, using a drone camera. Jake piloted the drone up to 300 feet to capture the formation to much enthusiasm and awe by the student body.  The day’s activities ended with students and faculty enjoying some apple pie during their afternoon snack break.

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