Due to a snow day, students were not able to celebrate Pi Day on March 14th as planned. The annual event, which allows students in the middle school to compete to show who knows the most decimal places of the important number, will be postponed a week to April 4. Last year current ninth grader OIiver Stevens won the top honors, followed by current eighth grader Mihir Patel. Patel is hard at work looking to best his personal record, but he will definitely have competition from younger students as well. The winners will get to sample delicious pies made by faculty members and will also get to toss whipped cream pies in the face of their teachers.