tum... Tums!♪ Fully tonight, something designed to make you get up and dance. More than 2,000 high school students decided to take a challenge and help people who needed help. Across the... See More
tum... Tums!♪ Fully tonight, something designed to make you get up and dance. More than 2,000 high school students decided to take a challenge and help people who needed help. Across the country today a lot of us were watching with joy. ABC's David Wright and the school that is America strong. ♪ Reporter: Only in the era of youtube, and the tile of glee, would this expression of school spirit ever be possible. Kids of every category. La crosse team. The art club. The high school orchestra, the cheerleading squad. Kids who probably don't hang out all that much in the lunchroom, coming together for a cause. 68 sounds -- songs in 6.5 minutes. Cast of thousands. 2,700, to be exact. The whole school. This is the place, Avon high school. This was pretty much one big thing. Reporter: One take, after 6 weeks of planning, enlisting participants, and mapping the school. Plus one, slightly disastrous rehearsal. Music stopped in the middle, people didn't know where they were doing. Reporter: But last Thursday, camera rolling, it all came together flawlessly. The student cameraman rolled along in a chair by a teacher holding an iPod. This is probably the most fun thing I've done in my teaching career to this point. Reporter: Their goal? To raise $20,000 for the local childrens hospital. An American high school, uniting with one voice. America strong! Reporter: David right, ABC news. Back at you. Thank you for watching tonight.
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