Acadia seventh graders Jessica Rashford and Justin Kenneally earn a prize for reciting the most digits of Pi. More photos and information…

Written by on March 28, 2019

Acadia seventh graders Jessica Rashford and Justin Kenneally celebrated Pi Day by throwing cream pies at math teacher Mr. Frisbie and Assistant Principal Mr. Luke.  They earned this sweet treat for memorizing and reciting digits of Pi in front of their classmates.  Jessica recited 113 digits and Justin recited 225.  Mr. Frisbie referred to these students’ reciting of Pi as “a smashing success.”

Acadia seventh graders Jessica Rashford and Justin Kenneally celebrated Pi Day by throwing cream pies at math teacher Mr. Frisbie, and Assistant Principal Mr. Luke.  They earned this sweet treat for memorizing and reciting digits of Pi in front of their classmates.  Jessica recited 113 digits and Justin recited 225.  Mr. Frisbie referred to these students' reciting of Pi as "a smashing success." Acadia seventh graders Jessica Rashford and Justin Kenneally celebrated Pi Day by throwing cream pies at math teacher Mr. Frisbie, and Assistant Principal Mr. Luke.  They earned this sweet treat for memorizing and reciting digits of Pi in front of their classmates.  Jessica recited 113 digits and Justin recited 225.  Mr. Frisbie referred to these students' reciting of Pi as "a smashing success." Acadia seventh graders Jessica Rashford and Justin Kenneally celebrated Pi Day by throwing cream pies at math teacher Mr. Frisbie, and Assistant Principal Mr. Luke.  They earned this sweet treat for memorizing and reciting digits of Pi in front of their classmates.  Jessica recited 113 digits and Justin recited 225.  Mr. Frisbie referred to these students' reciting of Pi as "a smashing success." Acadia seventh graders Jessica Rashford and Justin Kenneally celebrated Pi Day by throwing cream pies at math teacher Mr. Frisbie, and Assistant Principal Mr. Luke.  They earned this sweet treat for memorizing and reciting digits of Pi in front of their classmates.  Jessica recited 113 digits and Justin recited 225.  Mr. Frisbie referred to these students' reciting of Pi as "a smashing success." Acadia seventh graders Jessica Rashford and Justin Kenneally celebrated Pi Day by throwing cream pies at math teacher Mr. Frisbie, and Assistant Principal Mr. Luke.  They earned this sweet treat for memorizing and reciting digits of Pi in front of their classmates.  Jessica recited 113 digits and Justin recited 225.  Mr. Frisbie referred to these students' reciting of Pi as "a smashing success." Acadia seventh graders Jessica Rashford and Justin Kenneally celebrated Pi Day by throwing cream pies at math teacher Mr. Frisbie, and Assistant Principal Mr. Luke.  They earned this sweet treat for memorizing and reciting digits of Pi in front of their classmates.  Jessica recited 113 digits and Justin recited 225.  Mr. Frisbie referred to these students' reciting of Pi as "a smashing success."

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