Everyone Laughed When The Principal Got Up But They Stopped When The Music Started

There were many things we probably enjoyed about high school but one we likely remember are the times when we had a school rally.

They were sometimes known as pep rallies and often they were tied to a big game, such as the homecoming game.

Of course, there were other assemblies and times when the school got together to have a good time as well. These were the times when we often got to see people doing things that we wouldn’t typically see.


We live in a world where we are accustomed to seeing people display incredible talent. Television talent shows and the Internet have introduced us to many that constantly keep us amazed.

Some of the people that displayed his talent are also completely unexpected. It seems as if many of the talent shows on TV try to get the most unusual person that has the most incredible talent to shock the audience and keep the ratings up.

Then we have the principal at Chicago Bulls College Prep, Mr. Tyson Kane. That principal was promoted to be over a group of 17 different charter schools. It’s easy to see why when you see him dance.

One of the things that Mr. Kane enjoys doing is traveling from one of the schools to the other to teach children not to be embarrassed and to get beyond their fear. He does this by demonstration, and part of the demonstration involves dancing at school assemblies.

When he was giving such a demonstration at Rowe-Clark Math & Science Academy in West Humboldt Park, someone decided to record it and it went on to go viral.

Most of the people who commented on the video were saying how awesome he is and that he was teaching with a purpose.

You’ll just have to judge for yourself, as you can watch him dancing in the following video:

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