From Plank Road Publishingby Teresa Jennings
Here's a simple, all-purpose school song. The hip-hop style is played by drums and bass on the recording. You could readily perform the piece live, though, since there is a constant clapping/patsching pattern the kids perform themselves.
After the 4th time through the sung section, have your students yell out the name of their school rhythmically. As an example, we had our kids shout, "Washington School!" If your school name is long, consider starting to shout it sooner or abbreviating it to fit. Or, you might shout the name of the school team or the town the school is in. Even the school colors are acceptable.
You might even suggest the song be used by the student body for pep rallies and such. (from Music K-8, Vol. 6, No. 4)
(Run time: 1:14)
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