Diegueño Country School Math Fair

Brian and Andrew Rott high-five the clown.

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Diegueño Country School in Rancho Santa Fe debuted its Math Fair Festival on March 22. Through poster displays, games with themed costumes, and props, students showed creative ways to teach the basic fundamentals of mathematics and problem solving. The event featured traditional carnival booths with a math twist, a “mathemagician,” number face painting, a math tattoo station, counting clowns, a juggler, llamas and more. Photos: Jon Clark

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