Walnut Grove teachers ask What Does the Fox Say

The Walnut Grove Secondary teachers are at it again -- this time making a parody of the wildly popular "What Does the Fox Say" song on YouTube. Already the teacher video has 15,199 views.

These zany teachers not only created and edited an impressive and funny music video -- the entire staff dressed up and did a live choreographed dance to the song during an assembly in December when they revealed their video to students.

Their dance moves were met with loud cheers and applause by students who are pretty lucky to have such fun teachers and staff.

The concept was brought up in early November. Lyrics and composing were created in mid-November with first day of shooting Nov 29. Add about 50-plus hours in December for shooting and editing and final video was revealed Dec 17, so says the commentary on the YouTube post.

The teachers dance has nearly 5,000 views on YouTube.

This isn't the first time teachers and staff have danced their way into the hearts of students. In 2010, teachers surprised students at an assembly doing a flash mob to Glee's version of Don't Stop Believin'. That video went totally viraly with 160,000 views.

Then in 2011, staff did a LipDub.

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