Windermere High School students danced the night away for a good cause at the school’s annual dance marathon on Saturday, March 5.
The students have been fundraising all year for Children’s Miracle Network and Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
The anticipated event was the final push, with Windermere aiming to raise $105,000.
Students at the University of Central Florida, who participated in the Knight-Thon dance marathon, attended the event for assistance and moral support.
Windermere attendees engaged in fun games like uno, jenga, volleyball and basketball, ran through a blow up obstacle course, participated in a photo booth, and showed off their funky dance moves, all in an attempt to help the children in need.