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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
Students at Toledo Public Schools' Ella P. Stewart Academy for Girls busted out their moves on the dance floor Wednesday, celebrating their victory in the "Drink Strong, Finish Strong" competition.
The school received a $2,000 prize from the Smith's Dairy company. The competition challenged schools to get their students to drink more milk.
Stewart Academy's school nurse, Cindy Riley, took a creative approach to increasing milk consumption at the school. She encouraged students to "get caught drinking milk", and periodically visited the school cafeteria to take pictures of students drinking milk. The photos of students with milk mustaches were then displayed around the school.
Former NFL player Lomas Brown, who spent time with the Cleveland Browns and Detroit Lions, was also on hand Wednesday as part of the NFL's "Play 60" initiative.
The students can be seen doing what they called the "Beyonce Bounce" in the video.