A high school librarian decided to go a unique route when it came to SAT prep this year.
"Hello from your faculty, at least we can say that we tried."
Janet Kenney and other Bristol Eastern High School faculty members came together to parody Adele's hit song "Hello."
The video starts with faculty bickering over the stipulations revolving around the college-entrance exam. While staff is arguing, Kenney goes over to start playing Adele's pop melody. One faculty member starts by singing about how it wasn't too long ago that they were in the same position the students were: preparing for the SATs.
Multiple teachers and staff donning wigs akin to Adele's hairstyle parody different verses in the song that apply to their specific discipline.
Like the math teachers:
"Hello, from the math side. You must recall a simpler times. Because we are sorry, your calculator is gone. But don't worry, it's only for a few small portions."
"And it won't matter because it won't lower your score anymore."
Bristol Eastern faculty didn't forget about the reading and language side.
"Hello from the language side. You read, interpret, analyze."
There's even a portion of the song telling students to get a good nights sleep and eat before the hours-long exam.
"Hello how are you it's so typical for us to talk about your scores, we're sorry. We hope, you sleep well. Will you remember to make it out of your house with something in your belly? It's no secret, that for both tests, you can run out of time."
The SAT is scheduled for Mar. 5. Students have three hours and 45 minutes to complete three different sections: math, reading and writing.
Students need to remember: "But it don't matter, it clearly, doesn't hurt if you guess, anymore...don't leave blanks."