Pied on Pi Day after raising thousands for charity

Pi is a symbol used in math to represent the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, which is approximately 3.14. Pie is a delicious treat, and can be a hilarious gag stunt.

Principal John Geniti getting pied for the American Heart Association

On March 14 (3.14), Lincoln Elementary celebrated Pi Day with a little pie in the eye. The highlight of the day was the fundraising event for the American Heart Association. Students were given the chance to pie their teachers, school resource officer, and even the principal! The catch was that they had to raise at least $200 to be eligible for the honor. They went all out to raise as much money as they could. They raised a staggering $6,515.40, breaking all previous fundraising records set by the school.

Students and staff cheered as pies flew left and right, leaving many covered in whipped cream. It was a day filled with excitement, laughter, and most importantly, an opportunity to give back to the community. The school had come together to support a great cause, and they had a blast doing it. Pi Day at Lincoln was a hit, and the students had every reason to be proud of themselves. Way to go Penguins!

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