6:28 pm February 24, 2011, by Maureen Downey
Great story out of Savannah High School where some clever students decided to make a rap of Principal Toney Jordan’s daily reminders to tuck in their shirts and take out their gold teeth. (In my high school, it would have been “stop hiking your uniform skirt and wash off that mascara.”)
Jordan told the Savannah Morning News, “I don’t allow my kids to talk to me with those removable gold teeth grills in their mouths, and we have a strict policy for tucking in shirttails.”
This clip shows the students making the music video, which had the principal’s blessing and the involvement of teachers. I think this is a great project that builds on teens’ interest in music and unites the school. It also reflects the willingness of school officials to have some fun now and then. Not need to comment on the video. Just enjoy.
Here is a video from the Savannah Morning News:
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