MCDONALD (KDKA) - Students at South Fayette High School broke a record on Saturday night.
They raised $336,000 for pediatric cancer research.
Students spent the evening dancing for 12 straight hours as part of the school's annual "Mini-THON" event.
The district has raised over $1.4 million over the past 11 years to help in the fight against childhood cancer.
The money raised on Saturday night not only broke a school record but it was the most successful Mini-THON event in the nation.
Congratulations to all those students and all their hard work!
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