The Math Department's annual Food Drive to celebrate Pi Day was a huge success.
Table Talk Pie Co. in Worcester, MA, generously donated 11 cases of mini pies to help celebrate Pi Day (3/14). High school students and staff members were asked to donated non-perishable food items in exchange for the Table Talk pies.
Over 800 non-perishable food items were collected and donated to the Grafton Food Bank.
The prize for the math class with the highest average number of items per student goes to Miss Travers' Period 5 Algebra I class with an average of 11 cans per student!!!
Thank you to everyone who participated.
Pi Day (3/14) is coming!!!
The annual Math Dept canned food drive to benefit the Grafton Food Bank starts March 3rd. Students who bring in a non-perishable food item to their math teacher will be given a ticket for a mini Table-Talk pie. Additional items donated, after the initial one, will be given additional tickets at a reduced rate. Pies will be available during lunches on Wed 3/12 through Wed 3/19. The math class with the highest percentage of donations per student will win a pizza party!
Staff members are invited to participate also. (Who can resist pie?)
Please no glass jars, no dented cans, and no expired items. Thanks, in advance, for your participation and support of the Grafton Food Bank.
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