While Southern California may never experience snowy weather, we’re certainly entertained in the fun and musical ways school principals let parents and children know that school is closed. It has become a trend to sing about school closure and record it for the YouTube world to enjoy.
They almost makes us wishes that we had snow days too. Well, not really. Enjoy!
“School Is Closed”
Principal Matt Glendinning of the Quaker Moses Brown School in Providence, Rhode Island dons a snow hat and gloves and sings his version of Frozen’s “Let It Go.” With background images of snow and traffic he sings: “The snow glows white on Route 95, not a tire track to be seen. We could make you come to school but that would just be mean.”
It turns out the school’s communications director, As Olenn, was behind this video. As a father whose children love “Let It Go, ” Olenn wrote the lyrics in 15 minutes and presented it to his boss.
When two school administrators in North Carolina received a phone call at 4:45 in the morning that school at Durham Academy would be closed. They decided to have a little fun with it and Vanilla Ice’s “Ice, Ice Baby”
Wearing their shirts and ties, they added ski goggles and sang: “Alright stop, collaborate and listen. Ice is back and the roads will glisten. Polar Vortex has a hold of us tightly.”
Can you imagine your principal ever doing this?
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