pi day

ğŸ¥§ğŸŽ‰ On March 14th, we celebrate the mathematical constant Pi (3.14) and what better way to do it than with delicious pies made by the talented students from TCHS Culinary Arts class! 🍴👩‍🍳👨‍🍳

The students from TCHS Culinary Arts class made and served 60 pies to the math students on this special day. This has become a TCHS tradition and we are thrilled to see it continue! 🙌 Let's give a round of applause to these amazing students who put in their time and effort to make this happen. 👏👏

Thank you, TCHS Culinary Arts class, for making this year's Pi Day even sweeter and more memorable! 🤗 #PiDay #TCHSCulinaryArts #PiesForEveryone #MathAndFood #Tradition #YumYum

Pi Day is celebrated every year on March 14th, in honor of the mathematical constant pi (π) which represents the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. This year, students at TCHS celebrated Pi Day in a unique way by incorporating pies into the festivities.

The TCHS Culinary Arts class took on the responsibility of making and serving 60 pies to the school on Pi Day. The pies came in a variety of flavors, including apple, cherry, lemon, chocolate, and pumpkin. The students spent several hours preparing and baking the pies, ensuring that each one was made to perfection.

When asked about the tradition of serving pies on Pi Day, one of the students from the Culinary Arts class said, "This has become a TCHS tradition. We love being able to provide the math students with delicious pies and celebrate the importance of pi at the same time."

Pi Day is not only a fun day to celebrate math and all things pi-related, but it also serves as a reminder of the importance of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education. It encourages students to take an interest in math and to see the real-world applications of mathematical concepts.

The TCHS Culinary Arts class not only provided delicious pies on Pi Day, but they also demonstrated the importance of collaboration and working together as a team. The students had to work together to ensure that all the pies were baked to perfection and served on time. This experience taught them valuable skills that will be useful in their future careers.

In conclusion, Pi Day is an important day for math enthusiasts and students alike. The celebration of pi encourages students to take an interest in STEM subjects and to see the practical applications of math in everyday life. The tradition of serving pies on Pi Day at TCHS has become a beloved tradition, showcasing the talents of the Culinary Arts class and promoting a sense of community within the school.