This assistant principal sings and dances during drop-off every morning
We sincerely wish we had someone like this to greet us in the morning!
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Meet Gary Logan, an Arkansas elementary school assistant principal who is cheering up each and every student with his morning drop-off tunes.
Logan stands outside to greet students in the morning with a microphone, some background music, and an infectious smile. He belts out everything from "Frozen" ballads to "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)" and yes, he does this every morning.
How great is this? Logan reminds us to stay positive even when we're not in the best of moods, and keep just keep on dancing.
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