Seekonk High Snow Day Video
To celebrate the first big snowstorm of the winter, the staff and students of Seekonk High School have produced a humorous video featuring some prominent school officials.
Titled “Best Day Ever,” the 2 minute video begins with television production teacher Tony Gugliotta playing a television weatherman. “And that weather hovering right over the Seekonk area, it looks like we’re gonna have a snow day,” says a smiling Gugliotta, a former reporter for WJAR/Channel 10. Images of students sledding, skiing, and sliding in the snow are set to a rock/funk beat.
“We’re giving you the day off,” sing the principals of the Seekonk schools.
Seekonk Superintendent Rich Drolet also appears in the video, along with high school staff members.
The song advises students to use their free time to help their parents with household chores and to avoid “too many video games” because “they will corrupt your brain.”
The video has already been viewed more than 2000 times on YouTube. It can be seen on the STV News Seekonk page. In a tweet posted Tuesday morning, Drolet thanked Gugliotta and Pete Bredemeier for their work on the video.