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MIDWEST CITY, Okla. - Students at one Oklahoma high school are using social media and the internet to help their Special Olympics team.

Students at Midwest City High School recently made their own music video while lip syncing to popular music.

They say the video was more than just fun and games, it was made to help their school's Special Olympics team.

The Special Olympics team practices hard in the school's gym.

They get help and encouragement from fellow students as they train.

Many of the schools 1,500 students helped make the music video.

Special Olympian Brandon Mayse says it is nice to know his students are supporting him and his teammates.

Principal LaShonda Broiles says she is proud, but not surprised by this music video that brings all of the students and grade levels together.

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