By Liz Valliyil, CBS2
CHICAGO (CBS) — A Rhode Island principal made his students’ day, not just by calling a snow day, but making his own parody of “Let It Go” to do so.READ MORE: Fire Rips Through House In Back Of The Yards
Principal Matt Glendinning of the Moses Brown School, a Quaker school in Providence, recorded “School Is Closed” last week. He said it was the brain child of the school’s communications director, who came up the lyrics. They wanted to record the video quickly in case of a blizzard.READ MORE: ATM Stolen From Logan Square Currency Exchange; Two Other Attempts Reported Nearby
Check out the 4-minute clip, which shows Glendinning in a striped scarf and hat to perform the song made infamous by Idina Menzel as Queen Elsa in “Frozen”.MORE NEWS: Doggy Daycare Owner Appalled After State's Attorney Declines To Prosecute State Inspector Jose Guillen, Who Was Caught On Camera Groping Her
The school is trying modern methods to get students and parents more engaged in school activities. They’ve even made comic books out of the school’s annual and financial reports, so parents will read them.