Second-grade teacher Breann Crocker reacts to having a cream pie smooshed in her face by Zander Proctor, 5, at Sherwood Heights Elementary School in Auburn on Thursday. Proctor, a prekindergarten student, was the top fundraiser during the school’s Math-A-Thon, raising $285. The 23 students who raised the most got to pie a staff member during a Pi Day assembly. The Math-A-Thon raised $7,220 to be used for field trips. The assembly was scheduled for Pi Day on March 14, but a snowstorm canceled school that day. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

Zander Proctor, 5, reacts after smooshing a cream pie into second-grade teacher Breann Crocker’s face at Sherwood Heights Elementary School in Auburn on Thursday. Proctor, a prekindergarten student, was the top fundraiser during the school’s Math-A-Thon, raising $285. The 23 students who raised the most got to pie a staff member during a Pi Day assembly. The Math-A-Thon raised $7,220 to be used for field trips. The assembly was scheduled for Pi Day on March 14, but a snowstorm canceled school that day. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

Lillian Ward, 6, approaches teacher Kim Pendleton with a cream pie at Sherwood Heights Elementary School in Auburn on Thursday. Ward was one of the top 23 Math-A-Thon fundraisers who got to smoosh a pie into a staff member’s face during a Pi Day assembly. The Math-A-Thon raised $7,220 to be used for field trips. The assembly was scheduled for Pi Day on March 14, but a snowstorm canceled school that day. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

Second-grader Maxwell Nelson, 8, chooses school librarian Shawna Haley-Bear to throw his cream pie at. Nelson raised $105 during the school’s Math-A-Thon. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

Fourth-grade teacher Renee Langis talks with fifth-grader Abbey Libby, 10, following the Pi Day assembly. Libby raised $130 during the Sherwood Heights Elementary School Math-A-Thon. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

Sherwood Heights Elementary School Principal Kim Taylor. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

Sherwood Heights Elementary School music teacher Amy Cote. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)


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