Retiring Middle School Principal Gets Tear-Jerking Good-Bye Flash Mob From The Entire School

And the whole thing was set to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing.”

1. Roger Boddie has been principal of Hingham Middle School in Massachusetts for 36 years.

2. On his last day the school played a little trick on him.

3. They asked him to give a tour of the new construction that was being done to the school.

4. All the while, they were setting up their big send-off.

7. As he got to the roof he noticed a pretty big crowd of students and facility.

8. And was a little miffed he didn’t know about it! He was the principal, after all.

10. And that’s when the music started.

11. And Principal Broddie got a proper good-bye from the whole school.

12. A flash mob, or “flash dance” as he called it, set to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing.”

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Ryan Broderick is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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