- Mrs. C Henry dressed up like a pirate to teach radius, diameter, and terminating/repeating decimals to her 6th grade students.
Corine Wegley's teacher lounge had a plethora of pies.
At Park View School, Marci Heymann's class wrote Pi-kus, math versions of haikus, with 3-1-4 syllabic patterns.
Wapakoneta High School students created Pi Day posters.
Students at Wapak Middle School tried to locate their birthday dates in a printout of pi.
- Some students memorized and recited the countless digits of pi.
Ellen D’Amore holds up a math worksheet, with pies in the background.
- Megan Hall and students are surrounded by several pies.
- Some pizza places, like Pizza Hut, hopped on the celebration wagon, offering free slices and gift cards. The chain was offering gift cards to people who used #PizzaHutPiDay on Twitter.
- Sbarro announced on its Facebook page that it will give a free slice of pizza to 50 random winners if they can answer which famous scientist shares a birthday with Pi Day. Winners will be announced on Saturday at 10 a.m.
Davis Drive Middle School celebrated the day with a multitude of triangular-sliced treats.