Bedford Stuyvesant Collegiate Charter School students celebrate Pi Day with pie toss

Bedford-Stuyvesant Collegiate Charter School students celebrated Pi Day today with an opportunity to throw a pie at their teacher's face. The rules of the contest

The student with the most digits of Pi correct threw a pie at their teacher's face.

The student with the most digits of Pi correct threw a pie at their teacher's face. (3/14/14)

BROOKLYN - Bedford-Stuyvesant Collegiate Charter School students celebrated Pi Day today with an opportunity to throw a pie at their teacher's face.

The rules of the contest dictated that whichever student could recite the most digits of Pi would have the pie-throwing honors.

School employees say they also held the event to celebrate the school's high pass rate on the algebra regents exam.

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