In honor of Pi Day on Tuesday, March 14, the middle school students celebrated with games and contests organized by Mrs. Beth Joynt. Ten students participated in the Pi Bee, a competition held to see who can memorize and recite the most digits of pi.

Congratulations to the following Pi Bee winners:

1st place: John O’Keeffe ’22 (182 digits)

2nd place: Josh Richardson ’22 (145 digits)

3rd place: Anthony Zaccaria ’21 (108 digits)

Honorable Mention: Dominic Sementilli ’24 (52 digits)

Additional Classroom Winners: Michael Vogel ’23, Noah Smith ’23, Dimitris Anagnostopoulus ’22, Bennett Cohen ’22, Tom Maggs ’21, and Shawn Grant ’21.