Assistant Principal Singing And Dancing As Kids Arrive Will Put An Instant Smile On Your Face

That is awesome.

As students arrive at Woodrow Elementary in Conway, Arkansas, they may hear "Love Is An Open Door" from Disney's Frozen soundtrack or Marvin Gaye classic "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" playing from the loud speakers. 

That's because Assistant Principal Gary Logan has a morning music routine that's sure to cheer everyone up.

"I don't do bad days," Logan told KARK. "Every day is a good day." 

So in an effort to wake up students and start them off on a good note, Logan sings and dances to popular tunes and gets an incredible response from students and teachers alike.


"It makes their day and it makes mine to see them smiling and happy and they want to give out hugs in the morning. They want to high five in the morning," Logan said.

Logan said that students are particularly into "that Whip and Nae Nae," and ask him to play it everyday so that they can dance along. 

"He is just a larger than life character," Principal Dayna Lewis told the news outlet.

It's a refreshing way to fill mundane mornings with energy, laughter, and, of course, music. 

Be sure to watch the full report below:


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