Ok, Mrs. Dunspaugh - I have a question. How do you continue to have the best kids for me to write a song with? By the way, behind every great kid is a fantastic teacher. Just sayin. Now on with the song
It goes without saying that I just LOVE a good parody song. This is a great example. Let's take Luke Bryan's "That's My Kind Of Nite" and change it to "That's My Kind Of School". Brilliant! And it was all their idea!
I think I'm in trouble. An elementary school teacher from the Yates Magnet School in Schenectady is very perturbed over an Anti Common Core song I wrote awhile back. I will replay that one here and then Rachel Rourke's response (with the help of her students!)
The crusade against bullying continues, and there's no grade level too low to expose them to the evils of brutally picking on each other. Mrs. Pink's class at Jefferson Elementary School in Schenectady will now perform do their anti-bullying parody song
I had a blast with the kids from Craig "We Can" School in Niskayuna. Mrs. Ladopoulos was kind enough to have me in on extremely short notice. Here's evidence that you can never be too young to write a clever song parody! This one's for Thanksgiving!
Did you hear that there's been a change to the Webster's Dictionary? If you look up the word "dedication", you now see a photo of this Bethlehem Children's School educator-extroardinaire, Brittany Pardi.
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