It really is the best-worst thing you’ll see all day: school officials in Michigan telling their students to stay home because it’s a snow day by remixing the popular song Whip/Nae Nae.
Posted on YouTube by Bruce VanderKolk, who is listed as a seventh-grade English teacher at Cityside Middle School, the video begins with school staff being told something is going on outside.
It turns out it was snowing, and with snow comes a snow day.
Dressed in their winter gear from head to toe – with some even holding skiing equipment – the teachers created brand new lyrics to Silentó’s popular 2015 song Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae).
In the remixed version, faculty members tell the students to “go back to bed [because] it’s a snow day,” while dancing and tobogganing down a flight of stairs as well as in the hallways, since there are clearly a lack of students around.
And we can’t forget about the one person who had a cut-out of a baby’s face looking upset:
In the song by Silentó, he does some dance moves that became popular and inspired hundreds of YouTube videos showing people “whipping” and “nae nae-ing”
Well, the staff at Cityside Middle School decided to tell their students to have fun by doing “the snow angel” but also reminding them “to do [their] homework” during their time off.
Before the video ends, the faculty wrote a message to students, and viewers alike, to “never lose access to your inner child.”
The full video can be seen here.
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