# 2018 Pi Day

Pi Day is an annual celebration of the mathematical constant π (pi), and the TD Math Department prepared an eπc day full of π-related activities to commemorate this important number in the math universe.

The celebration started with an Art Exhibit, followed by a Pie Eating Contest that also counted as spirit points as part of Spirit Week.

11 TASIS Dorado students participated in the school’s Annual Pi Day Recitation Competition on Wednesday, March 14th, which is celebrated as International Pi Day (3/14). Participants of the competition recited digits of Pi in an exhibition of memory and learning strategy. For an astounding 5th consecutive year, JORGE ADAMES won the competition reciting 379 digits correctly! ZOE GARCÍA placed 2nd with 180 digits and AMANDA QUINTANA on 3rd place with 120 digits.

Following the Pi Recitation Contest, all the students were treated to a piece of apple pie!

Read MoreThe celebration started with an Art Exhibit, followed by a Pie Eating Contest that also counted as spirit points as part of Spirit Week.

11 TASIS Dorado students participated in the school’s Annual Pi Day Recitation Competition on Wednesday, March 14th, which is celebrated as International Pi Day (3/14). Participants of the competition recited digits of Pi in an exhibition of memory and learning strategy. For an astounding 5th consecutive year, JORGE ADAMES won the competition reciting 379 digits correctly! ZOE GARCÍA placed 2nd with 180 digits and AMANDA QUINTANA on 3rd place with 120 digits.

Following the Pi Recitation Contest, all the students were treated to a piece of apple pie!