Chicago Teacher Creates Back to School Rap Song

Fourth-grade teacher Dwayne Reed created a song to replace the typical "Welcome Back" newsletters his school sends out.
2:38 | 08/24/16

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First, we have fourth grade teacher Dwayne reed helping us get back to school. He's getting students excited with a special rap racking up views. First, we want you to take a look. Oh, he's ready. ? Welcome to the fourth grade hello I'm your teacher M name's Mr. Reed and it's very nice to meet Ya ? ? I'm from Chicago I love eating pizza and I dress to impress but I sthil rock sneakers ? ? it's my first year teaching and I'm excited I got ideas I would like to try them ? ? like making songs to remember what krau hear my friends and my peers ? Dwayne reed joins us from Chicago. You did it in one day. How did you come up with the idea? I wanted to spice up the old-fashioned news letter. So I thought, man, I'm kind of good at music. I know how to put together lyrics. Let's put a song that gets the kids excited. Have you heard from the kids? Rmgts no, I haven't. We just posted it yesterday. I heard from a lot of other teachers and parents. They said, hey, you've done a good job. How do you top it in the classroom? I know. It's going to be tough to top. Maybe I'll dance on top of my desk like Ron Clark. Maybe I'll start doing that. Oh, man. I bet everyone is clamoring to get into your class. Are you going to keep this up? Will you do it every year, the rapping newsletter? Yeah, maybe, if you'll have me on "Good morning America" every year, I'll put a video up. We'll be happy to have you. We have a surprise for you. We have Florida Georgia line. They watched the video. They wanted to say something to you. Go ahead. Talk to Dwayne. What's going on, man. We love the video. We love the song. You got skills, bro. We wish we were back in school so we could join jour class. You could be our teacher. Keep it up, man. Awesome. Thank you, I appreciate it. Dwayne, it's so inspiring to see a teacher showing that much commitment. It's great. We love you. Keep rapping. I'm sure you'll have a great year. Thank you for being with us. Thank you so much. Love you, mom. Hey, chance the rapper.

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