Velva and Surrey schools are competing against each other in their first every Hunger Games.
But it's different than the movies--In fact, it takes quite a literal meaning, because it's a food drive.
One senior got the idea after a student council meeting she attended in Denver, Colorado.
She decided a popular movie could help promote hunger awareness in her community, and says donating is easy.
(Kali Miller, Surrey Senior) "Soup and Ramen is only twenty-five cents a packet, so I got twenty Ramen for only five bucks so it was kind of cool, and paper products are needed."
It's only the first week of the competition at the school.
The deadline to contribute is April 4th.