A 4th grade class in Southside School in Bristol, Connecticut has taken the pancake problem (Tower of Hanoi) to a new level. The entire class practiced every day before school started. Everyone in the class mastered 4 and 5 pancakes (that is 15 moves for 4 pancakes and 31 moves for 5 pancakes). But, they did not stop there. About one half of the class mastered 6 pancakes (which is 63 moves). Eight students mastered 7 pancakes (127 moves). Two students mastered 8 pancakes (255 moves). The class also used a timer to work on the speed for 4, 5 and 6 pancakes. They were so successful that this year they want to make a friendly challenge to schools in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware to see how many pancakes can be mastered.