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Principal releases "Snowhemian Rhapsody" to let kids know classes canceled

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Snow and ice and cold, oh my, all across the country.

Hundreds and thousands of kids missing school left and right.
     
And last week, a principal came up with a parody “Snowhemian Rhapsody” to let kids know class was cancelled.
    
Well now, a principal in Kansas is trying to one up him and it's going viral. Click play on the attached video and give a listen to “What Does The Principal Say?”
 
What you think about all of these days off? And what you've been doing to stay sane? 
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