SUMMIT COUNTY, Ohio — As a child, snow days are at all times one of the vital thrilling issues you possibly can expertise in the course of the winter. However a Summit County superintendent drummed up a really inventive — and humorous — method to ship the information to youngsters that the district was canceling college on Tuesday.
Superintendent Chuck Honest posted the unconventional college closing message to college students Monday night time on the district’s YouTube web page.
Channeling Elvis Presley, Superintendent Honest recorded audio of himself singing a basic music, with a twist. He modified up the lyrics of “Burning Love” to higher match the snowy climate that hit Northeast Ohio on Monday.
Superintendent Honest sang, “Lord Almighty, I hear the snow is a-risin’. Larger and better, there’s simply an excessive amount of snow,” to the tune of ‘Burning Love.’ He even ended with a, “Thanks. Thanks very a lot,” in his finest Elvis Presley impression.
As of eight a.m. Tuesday, the audio had been listened to 623 instances on Springfield’s YouTube web page.
The Springfield Native Faculty District covers Springfield Township and the village of Lakemore, that are each simply southeast of Akron in Summit County. The district has round 2,200 college students in complete.