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There’s not a sweeter way to learn math than by following recipes for pumpkin pie. JSE and CIS students in Courtney Bailes’ GT classes are really taking advantage of pumpkins this fall. Pictured from left: Aribella Sadler, Abigail Bailey, Bryan Evans, Claire Mallett, Waylon Kelley, Ashlynn Looney, Lilli Balthazar, and Maysen Hollingsworth. Photos by Courtney BailesThere’s not a sweeter way to learn math than by following recipes for pumpkin pie. JSE and CIS students in Courtney Bailes’ GT classes are really taking advantage of pumpkins this fall. Pictured from left: Aribella Sadler, Abigail Bailey, Bryan Evans, Claire Mallett, Waylon Kelley, Ashlynn Looney, Lilli Balthazar, and Maysen Hollingsworth. Photos by Courtney Bailes

Pumpkin4Coldspring Intermediate student Cooper Moss saw like from the perspective of a pumpkin head on Courtney Bailes class as they studied pumpkins over the last few weeks.Special to the News-Times

COLDSPRING — James Street Elementary and Coldspring Intermediate students in Courtney Bailes’ GT classes had “Pumpkin” to talk about the last few weeks as they completed a number of pumpkin-related projects.

“Students wrote about, measured and carved a giant pumpkin,” said Bailes. “They then worked with fractions making mini-pumpkin pies along with 3D pumpkin pies which incorporated six rigorous pumpkin math problems. Orange you pumped for Fall?”

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