There are many times when schools get involved with local food drives. In most of those cases, the food is picked up by students and then dropped off at local food pantries.
For students in the Long Beach Middle School, however, all of the cereal boxes they had made them wonder if they could use them for another purpose.
Before handing over the cereal boxes to the local food pantries, they decided to break a world record. They did so by knocking down more than 6000 cereal boxes in Domino fashion.
At first, the students were only trying to collect about 3500 boxes of cereal but when over 6000 boxes came in, they knew that the record was within their grasp.
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