Ogdensburg students celebrate Pi Day


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Ogdensburg School celebrates Pi Day on March 14 by raising money for a local charity and throwing circular pies at staff members.

Fifth and sixth-grade math teacher, Mrs. G had staff volunteer to put their faces on a milk jug and for the past few weeks students and staff have been putting money in the jugs to determine who would get the most pies in their face on 3-14. The winner this year, was Superintendent/Principal Timothy Nicinski and he raised $77.47 in his jug which made him receive three pies

Students were asked to memorize as many numbers of pi that they could and those students would be the ones to throw the pies. We had students from Kindergarten through eigth grade who memorized numbers, some students memorizing an amazing 66 numbers of pi! The total amount raised was more than $400 and will benefit a local charity



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