Celebrating Pi Day at JHB!

JHB’s fifth graders celebrated Pi during the week of March 14th. Pi is an irrational number that represents the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. We generally round Pi to 3.14, but it actually has an infinite number of digits. Mrs. Hopper and Ms. Hutchinson challenged their fifth graders to learn the first ten digits of Pi, but many students far surpassed that goal. Madelyn Gagnon memorized an astounding 112 digits of Pi!! Runners up were Maia Worden with 82 digits, Lauryn Swails with 70 digits, and Juliette Neilsen with 54 digits. Let’s give them all a big ROUND of applause! #WeAreRSU18

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