University of Cincinnati President Santa Ono took part in the Lakota East High School video shoot on April 19.
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Making a music video? Take a lesson from Lakota East High School students & their lip dub fundraiser

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LIBERTY, Oh. - Drum roll, please. Students at Lakota East High School released their "lip dub" fundraising video to the public Tuesday, sharing a link to YouTube via Twitter.

The students shot the video on April 19.

  • PHOTOS: Facebook album from the lip dub music video shoot >

The Lakota East National Honor Society organized the "lip dub" shoot to help raise money for the Center for Spina Bifida Care at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. It was a large-scale, multi-song music production combining lip-syncing with audio dubbing.

More than 12 minutes long, the finished product includes several songs, choreography, matching T-shirts, and seems to incorporate every nook and cranny of the Lakota East school building--from hallways to classrooms.

The filming took place from a helicopter in order to help get 1,700 people in the video.

Patients from the Spina Bifida Coalition of Cincinnati, University of Cincinnati President Santa Ono and 9 On Your Side traffic reporter Adam Marshall appear in the video.

Even before the video shoot, the school district had already raised more than $10,000 for the cause. 

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