West Seattle schools: New ‘inspirational video’ from Denny crew

Next week, Denny International Middle School students have a round of testing called the Measurement of Student Progress. To spur them to success – besides all the traditional methods – the Denny faculty, with the help of volunteer filmmaker Will Braden, has made another in their series of what principal Jeff Clark calls “inspirational videos.” This one is “MSP in the Morning,” a take-off on T-Pain‘s “5 O’Clock.” The original Denny video hit was “Teach Me How to Study” (51,700+ views on YouTube!), featured on WSB (and even on KING 5!) back in winter 2011, followed in May 2011 by “The Test Goes On” (which like the new video preceded the MSP). Denny’s principal explains about “MSP in the Morning,” “We know our scholars are brilliant and college-bound—staff made this video to motivate, entertain, and connect with them. A special thank you to Denny teacher Gary Lai, and Will Braden, our volunteer producer!”

3 Replies to "West Seattle schools: New 'inspirational video' from Denny crew"

  • moji April 27, 2012 (8:19 pm)

    You go, Dolphins! Gawd I love educators with HEART!!!! Thank you Mr. Clark and awesome crew :)

  • Bonnie April 27, 2012 (9:34 pm)

    That’s great!

  • Pam C April 28, 2012 (1:03 pm)

    Denny staff are so awesome! Really a great group of educators working with our kids everyday, thanks to you all! We have been waiting for the debut of this video and it did not disappoint. Keep up the great work and know that you are loved and appreciated.

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