August 18, 2019
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Maine school celebrates Pi Day with musical parody video of N’Sync song

Liz Gotthelf | Journal Tribune
Liz Gotthelf | Journal Tribune
Biddeford High School

BIDDEFORD, Maine — A Maine high school math teacher is continuing his tradition of celebrating Pi Day with parodies of popular songs.

Biddeford High School teacher Jon Jacques said the school’s chorus and video production class helped him create a parody of the N’Sync song “Bye Bye Bye.”

His version is called “Pi Pi Pi.”

Jacques gets absolutely giddy about the faux holiday on March 14 that celebrates the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, or 3.14.

His past Pi Day efforts have parodied Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive,” and Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

He normally brings a couple of pies to school to celebrate. But alas, just like last year, there was a snow day on Wednesday on his beloved holiday.

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