As if finding out you have a day off from school wasn’t fun enough, imagine having your principal sing it to you.
Matt Glendinning, the principal at Moses Brown School in Providence, R.I., did a hilarious parody of Idina Menzel’s “Let It Go” from the wildly popular Disney film “Frozen” to inform his students there would be no school.
“School is closed, school is closed because it snowed so much last night,” Glendinning sang. “School is closed, school is closed so stay at home and sit tight.”
The parody was put on YouTube Monday and has since gone viral — with over 280,000 views as of Tuesday.
If this principal thing doesn’t work out, perhaps he can have a career at Disney.
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