Connor Laws, 10, begins building a Keva-plank tower Thursday at Pleasant Hill. Laws nearly set the day's record with a tower measuring more than 30 inches before its eventual collapse.
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Fifth-grade students Connor Laws, from left, Boston Addler, Jack Powell and Dakota Glasson admire the latter pair's handiwork Thursday at Pleasant Hill.
Leslie Cunningham, 10, begins her Keva plank tower with a spiral foundation Thursday at Pleasant Hill.
Courtney Ratliff, 10, shows off her Keva tower Thursday at Pleasant Hill.
Pleasant Hill fifth graders Paige Yarger, from left, Gracie Ratcliff, Hannah Barnes and Bailey Grote, all age 11, learn why space is a valuable commodity Thursday in the school's media center while building towers with Keva plank sets.
Elizabeth Brooks, 11, attempts to build a tower Thursday in the Pleasant Hill media center with a unique design.
Fifth-grade Pleasant Hill student Boston Addler, 10, begins laying the foundation of a tower using Keva kits Thursday.