Carver High School hosted its 14th annual math fair this week as part of the school's celebration of Math Education Month.
The fair was sponsored by the school's math, science and technology magnet. As part of the fair, the school held a math expo dinner for parents and students on Tuesday night, showcasing student math projects from the school's AP Statistics and trigonometry classes.
The projects covered various math topics and math applications the students had learned over the year, magnet coordinator Joyce Lee said.
The projects are set up in the school's library and will be judged by the school's Partners in Education today.