REACH SUPPLY LIST
2+ sharpened pencils
2+ Expo markers
1 red pen
1 Pink pencil eraser
1 folder for each REACH
Lined paper/spiral notebook
Assignment notebooks (used in the classroom) should be brought to each REACH class
Be on the lookout for a summer extra credit tally point email in June.
Pi Day is celebrated by math enthusiasts around the world on March 14th (3/14). Hawthorne’s 9th Pi Recital Week ended March 12th with nearly 50 students stretching their brains to learn MANY digits of Pi (3.1415926535...), which is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Students who knew 20 digits (or more) will be recognized by National and International Pi Registries. The top reciters this year at Hawthorne each knew at least 40 digits! Brenner Harges, a 4th grader, came on strong with 306 digits! Rounding out the top 14 are Michael Dorko (166), Tyler Tatman (159), Audrey Tatman (107), Zach LeMar (83), Yash Parti (82), Grant Furlin (75), Brielle Hernal (58), Sofia Furlin (51), Miles Dalley (50), Jim Kanel (50), Kieran Peot (46), Maddie Schleich (46), Brynn Asgedom (40), Avery Hronek (40), and Kai Ostermann (40).
Congratulations to all of the students who tried stretching their brains with this fun activity.
Use the links below to help you improve your knowledge of the digits. If you can accurately recite at least 20 digits of Pi, you will be recognized.
Pi Trainer (you can use this to practice)
Pi Pi Mathematical Pi Song -You can sing the digits!
Another Pi Song
Sing me 25 digits!
Digits of Pi Song
List of Pi Digits (over 2000 digits in groups of 50!)
Piano song created with the digits of Pi
Circle Song-Learn about where we use Pi
Pi Explained with Pies-yum!
National Pi Registry of Memorizers
International Pi Ranking-Look for Hawthorne students!