Elementary students at West Bourbon Elementary in Uniontown, Kansas seek to help break a Guinness world record during their PE class.
The students were one out of many school participating in a sport called speed stacking.
Students use 12 specially designed cups for the sport and must create specially designed patterns as quickly as they can. The students are hoping to break the sport stacking world record, one they helped earn last year when more than 412,000 stackers stacked at multiple locations across the globe, and they were ready to do it again this year.
"At the first day of school 'are we going to do stack up again?'" says Jackie Hall, the West Bourbon Elementary PE teacher. "So obviously it's a great honor to try and help break a Guinness world record, so the kids are having fun, and I'm having fun too."
Hall says her kids aren't the only ones in the Four States participating in the event.
Some in Fort Scott, Oswego and Pittsburg are also working to help break the record.