World Records

Clayton Brough participated in these World Records

World Records by Springville Jr. High School

World's Longest Slide Rule (Guinness World Records, Spring 1977)

World's Longest Paper Chain (Mormon World Records, April 30, 1977)

World Records by Eisenhower Jr. High School

World's Largest Pan Loaf of Bread (Mormon World Records, November 13, 1987)

World's Longest Paper Clip Chain (Guinness World Records, March 26-27,2004)

World's Fastest Human Conveyor Belt (The Book of Alternative Records, March 3, 2005)

World's Longest Balloon Chain in One Hour (The Book of Alternative Records, March.3,2005)

World's Tallest Ice Cream Cone (Mormon World Records, May 16, 2005)

World's Longest Straw Chain (Guinness World Records, December 16, 2005)

World's Tallest Tower of Pencils (The Book of Alternative Records, October 20, 2006)

World's Largest Wobble Board Ensemble (Guinness World Records, November 9, 2007)

World's Largest Post-It Note Mosaic (The Book of Alternative Records, November 6, 2009)

World's Fastest & Largest Human Mattress Dominoes (The Book of Alternative Records, October 20, 2010)

World's Largest Marshmallow Fight (The Book of Alternative Records and Record Setter, December 2, 2011)

Eisenhower Junior High's after-school attempts in breaking world records has appeared in several worldwide publications, including: Guinness World Records (2006 edition), Weltrekorde Kurios (the 2005 German edition of Strange World Records), Ripley's Believe It or Not (2005 syndicated column and 2007 and 2008 book editions), and in the Book of Extreme Facts 2012 (published in 2011). These publications are shown below.

From 2004 to 2012, several teachers at Eisenhower Junior High operated an independent all-volunteer organization named World Records for Schools. This organization ceased operations in September 2012.

Today there are a number of organizations that certify and publicize world records, including Guinness World Records, World Record Academy, World Record Association, Record Setter, and Alternative Records.

Suggestions on how Students can break or set a World Record (an article)