(KARK) Brake lights, orange cones and traffic jams. Three workday problems promoting frustration.
It’s the norm for many parents as they drop their kids off at school, but with a daily song and an occasional jig, an assistant principal at Woodrow Elementary in Conway, Arkansas hoping to change frustration into elation.
“They had a rough morning, they didn’t get to eat their breakfast, so we try to make the smile and make them laugh,” Assistant Principal Gary Logan says.
If the students cutting a rug before the bell rings are any indication, the morning musical drop off is working
“The kids have fallen in love with the idea. They love that whip and nae nae. They want me to play it everyday. They want to dance everyday,” Logan says.
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