Students at Prairie Rose Elementary are using their hand eye coordination to be part of a World Record.
The school's P. E teacher Tami Doppler got the school involved in this year's Stack UP-- the world's largest sport stacking event.
The students will be just a small part of the expected 450,000 stackers participating.
Their speedy stacking skills are being used in various ways from stacking sit ups to stacking buckets.
The previous world record was set last year with over 412 thousand people stackers participating.
Doppler says it's exciting for the students to be a part of the event.
"They've been pretty excited this is the first year like I said we've done this at Prairie Rose and so I think it's because it's new it's kind of exciting and also that they know they get to be part of a world Record that's kind of exciting too."
Countries all over the world are participating including Germany and New Zealand.