‘Pi’ in the face


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Students of St. Patrick Catholic School celebrated National Pi Day this week. At least two students who memorized the most digits of Pi were able to toss a pie in the face of a teacher who volunteered to take the pie. Here, seventh grade student John Wesner tosses a pie in the face of teacher Heidi Roll on Friday at the school. This is the first year the school has celebrated Pi Day, which was observed on March 14.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Students of St. Patrick Catholic School celebrated National Pi Day this week. At least two students who memorized the most digits of Pi were able to toss a pie in the face of a teacher who volunteered to take the pie. Here, seventh grade student John Wesner tosses a pie in the face of teacher Heidi Roll on Friday at the school. This is the first year the school has celebrated Pi Day, which was observed on March 14.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Students of St. Patrick Catholic School celebrated National Pi Day this week. At least two students who memorized the most digits of Pi were able to toss a pie in the face of a teacher who volunteered to take the pie. Here, seventh grade student John Wesner tosses a pie in the face of teacher Heidi Roll on Friday at the school. This is the first year the school has celebrated Pi Day, which was observed on March 14.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_160318aw_St_Patrick.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Students of St. Patrick Catholic School celebrated National Pi Day this week. At least two students who memorized the most digits of Pi were able to toss a pie in the face of a teacher who volunteered to take the pie. Here, seventh grade student John Wesner tosses a pie in the face of teacher Heidi Roll on Friday at the school. This is the first year the school has celebrated Pi Day, which was observed on March 14.

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