Bailey Middle School held a Pi-Ku contest, and math teacher Sheila Shaffer reports that they received over 100 entries in two categories:
- Use of imagery
- Really about pi/circles/etc
The directions were that it had to be about circles.
And now the winners!
Imagery winner- Indira Delacorte (6th grade)
Plant stalk blows on sand, forming a circle. Salt stings my eyes.
Pi, I think, patterns of delicacy, never repeating.
Circle winner- Kaitlyn McDowell (6th grade)
Pi, so fine.
I thought that it was edible, but I can't eat numbers
So I ate the piece of paper that I wrote the numbers on.
Congratulations, and Happy Pi Day!