By: Yuritza Arroyo
Please join the Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey (GSHNJ) on March 14th to celebrate Pi Day in the Garden State, which will be marked with an innovative and fun event hosted by GSHNJ in partnership with Ericsson!
According to officials, GSHNJ’s new On-the-Go Mobile Classroom will be brought to life during an interactive event beginning at 11 a.m. in Norman Samuels Plaza on the Rutgers-Newark campus, rain or shine.
See first-hand all that GSHNJ does to help develop the STEM leaders of tomorrow as well as deliver other essential educational experiences to Girl Scouts no matter where they are!
The event will showcase Girl Scouts of all ages participating in the first Girl Scout mobile classroom in New Jersey designed with their partner, Ericsson.
It is no coincidence that the event date coincides with National Pi Day, a day embraced by educators, mathematicians, and others in STEM-related fields.
Pi is an important number in math and science – often used in geometry, trigonometry, and physics – and is integral to STEM learning.
While its decimals are infinite, Pi often is rounded to 3.14, which is the reason March 14 has been designated National Pi Day.
The event will include live demonstrations, leadership remarks, light refreshments, and of course – Girl Scout cookies.
Detailed directions will be sent to those who RSVP.