MHS Associate Principal performs rap song to share important message on face mask use

MHS Associate Principal William Terry raps about face mask use and safety in a recent video

Marshalltown High School Associate Principal William Terry is using music to educate students on proper use of face coverings this school year,

Terry, who arrived at Marshalltown High School this summer, recorded a video of himself rapping about the importance of face masks.

In the song, he encourages students to wear approved face coverings during the school day to protect themselves and their peers from exposure to the coronavirus.

Required face coverings are a key part of MCSD’s Return to Learn health and safety measures this school year. To learn more about the measures we are putting in place to keep students and staff safe, visit https://www.marshalltown.k12.ia.us/parents/mcsd-return-to-learn/

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