Students felt both excitement and sadness as they went back to school this week. With the dozens of photographs surfacing on the internet showing the gloomy and miserable crying faces of some students, we can’t help but to feel bad for these youngsters. However, learning is important! And one teacher in Negros Oriental proved that early mornings in school can also be fun.
Last Monday, as children in Mabinay Central School lined up for their first flag ceremony of the school year, they were met by a very energetic and animated teacher. Teacher Candy Cabusog brought morning exercise to a whole new level when she danced to the song “Move your body” by Sia. She swayed her hips emphatically as she encouraged pupils to dance with her.
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From her legs, arms, and torso, Ma’am Candy’s dance routine made sure that every fiber of the student’s body was awake and ready for all the lessons this year.
A portion of the dance was caught on video and was posted on Facebook. The post immediately went viral and garnered more than one million views, 13,000 shares and 9,000 reactions as of writing. Many of the social media users applauded her for the entertaining dance routine.
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Here are some of their comments:
“Gayahin niyo si ma’am, todo bigay na first day pa palang!!!”
“Galing naman ni ma’am. Good job ma’am buhay na buhay ang sayaw niyo. Napapaindak talaga ang mga estudyante.”
“Mukhang nagpractice si maam hehe.”
“hahahahahahahahaha bibo ni mam ng Energen.”
Talk about starting the day on a good note! Surely, if we were one of her students, we would enter our first period with a huge smile plastered on our faces.
It’s safe to say that if the teaching career doesn’t work out for Ma’am Candy, being a successful dancer isn’t a bad fallback. *winks*
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