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Teachers proclaim 'Let Us Go' on last day of school

(Source: Worth County Elementary School) (Source: Worth County Elementary School)
(Source: Worth County Elementary School) (Source: Worth County Elementary School)
(Source: Worth County Elementary School) (Source: Worth County Elementary School)
(Source: Worth County Elementary School) (Source: Worth County Elementary School)
(Source: Worth County Elementary School) (Source: Worth County Elementary School)
SYLVESTER, GA (WALB) - Students aren't the only ones excited for the end of the year at school, and some of them, along with teachers and staff proved it in a video they made to celebrate.

A group of teachers and students from Worth County Elementary School rang in the beginning of summer break with a video to the tune of Let It Go from the Disney film Frozen.

"We wanted them to see the fun side of teachers instead of just the you know the classroom teachers," Emily Tone said. 


Emily Tone the singer and star of the video came up with the idea and it wasn't hard getting everyone on board.

"I told them to run with it," Principal Steven Rouse said. 

"Yes let's do it, let's do it, let's do it," Crissy Turner said.

The musical short Let Us Go features all-original lyrics and choreography, and is performed by students and staff members of the school.


Tone wrote the song which was inspired by the school year and her life. 

After just one rehearsal and a couple of takes the school showed the video to its students. 

"They were excited to see the funny side of teachers."

What they didn't expect what would happen next.

"Never in my wildest dreams did I think that over 40,000 people would view it."

So far the video has over 400 hundred likes and plenty of shares. And each alert goes straight to Principal Steven Rouse's phone. 

"My phone has been real busy here lately "

All those involved say they are surprised to see the video has gone viral. But they love that the video demonstrates how much fun they have doing their job. 



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