When it comes to school teachers and principals, many of us grew up imagining them as reserved people. We really couldn’t imagine them being into fun things like breakdancing — or even having much of a sense of humor.
However, more and more school administrators are challenging the “stuffy” stereotype. One epic example would have to be Principal Tyson Kane.
After all, it’s not every day that the highlight of your school’s pep rally is your principal’s dance moves.
But there’s more to the story than just his dance skills.
The entire dance was filmed by a Rowe-Clark Math & Science Academy student and aspiring music maker who calls himself Legend Da Beatslaya. It turns out, Principal Kane is aware of the student’s interest in music, so he had the pep rally DJ play Beatslaya’s own “I’m So MinT.’
The student gave a shout out to his principal, clearly grateful for the encouragement. The entire story just shows that there are a variety of ways in which school administrators can encourage students to fulfill their dreams.
Yes, that includes doing the “Robot” and “Moonwalk.”
To see Principal Kane’s epic dance, check out the YouTube video below. If you’re a fan of dancing school principals, don’t forget to share this story!
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