School Principal Made A Parody Of Johnny Cash And Garth Brook To Announce Snow Days

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January 23, 2018 10:18 By Fabiosa

When the winter comes, everybody waits for the snow. It gives so much opportunities for the leisure time: snowball fights, making a snowman, and many others. Kids are the ones who are waiting for this time more than everybody else. Because for them, a lot of snow might also mean the cancellation of school for a certain period.

When Tennessee found itself covered in snow, it became clear to a local school administration that school must be closed. The principal of the Tullahoma City Public Schools decided to show creativity and add a little fun while announcing the closure.

Dr. Dan Lawson uploaded two videos singing country music, which amazed students and the entire school administration. On January 16, 2018, he posted a video of himself singing a parody of Garth Brooks’ “Friends In Low Places.”

And the next day, on January 17th, 2018, Dr. Dan Lawson continued, making a parody for Johnny Cash’s “I Walk The Line.” He twisted the lyrics of the popular song to make is sound funny. He sings:

I'd like to finish school in the month of May,

But with this weather, I'll just say what the hey.

On the video, he appeared to be wearing a black jacket, just like Johnny Cash did, and everything was also captured in black and white. What a creative school principal he is!

It is one of the most creative ways to tell kids that they will have extra holidays because of the snow. Students are really lucky to have such a talented and fun person at the head, and their school days are definitely not boring at all.

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