As schools deliberate on how to welcome back students under a pandemic, one educator channels his musical background into a humorous parody on Covid safety. In Alabama, Childersburg High School Principal Quentin Lee masterminded a safety music video for his school community in an effort to "share some joy" while delivering important safety guidelines for back-to-school. The district will open under a "blended model," he told CNN's Anderson Cooper, meaning it will operate at half-capacity, with students attending class in-person on some days of the week, in specific cohorts. So to prepare the students for this strange new school environment, his viral rap video humorously features cleaning sprays, contact-less thermometer, hand sanitizer and measuring tape, which Lee uses to model staying six feet apart. Here's Principal Lee's video on YouTube.

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