Photo of the week – March 11

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Photo of the week – March 11

On Pi Day, March 14, juniors Emily Weaver, Emily Lofgren, Lauren Adam and Katie Mendonsa support Mu Alpha Theta’s Pi day fundraiser by purchasing and eating slices of “Pi”. Mu Alpha Theta sold 109 pies for $2 per slice, the proceeds will go toward the math department for new desks, subsidizing math contest fees and new calculators. “Eating pie is a fun way for kids to get involved with math activities that they normally couldn't participate in on other days,” Lofgren said.

On Pi Day, March 14, juniors Emily Weaver, Emily Lofgren, Lauren Adam and Katie Mendonsa support Mu Alpha Theta’s Pi day fundraiser by purchasing and eating slices of “Pi”. Mu Alpha Theta sold 109 pies for $2 per slice, the proceeds will go toward the math department for new desks, subsidizing math contest fees and new calculators. “Eating pie is a fun way for kids to get involved with math activities that they normally couldn't participate in on other days,” Lofgren said.

Catherine Widowski

On Pi Day, March 14, juniors Emily Weaver, Emily Lofgren, Lauren Adam and Katie Mendonsa support Mu Alpha Theta’s Pi day fundraiser by purchasing and eating slices of “Pi”. Mu Alpha Theta sold 109 pies for $2 per slice, the proceeds will go toward the math department for new desks, subsidizing math contest fees and new calculators. “Eating pie is a fun way for kids to get involved with math activities that they normally couldn't participate in on other days,” Lofgren said.

Catherine Widowski

Catherine Widowski

On Pi Day, March 14, juniors Emily Weaver, Emily Lofgren, Lauren Adam and Katie Mendonsa support Mu Alpha Theta’s Pi day fundraiser by purchasing and eating slices of “Pi”. Mu Alpha Theta sold 109 pies for $2 per slice, the proceeds will go toward the math department for new desks, subsidizing math contest fees and new calculators. “Eating pie is a fun way for kids to get involved with math activities that they normally couldn't participate in on other days,” Lofgren said.

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