Wareham Public Schools administrators break into song in Carpool Karaoke video

Sep 01, 2017
Courtesy of: Wareham Public Schools Wareham Public Schools administrators sing and dance in their new Carpool Karaoke video, posted to YouTube on Wednesday.

Wareham Public Schools administrators posted a Carpool Karaoke video on Wednesday, belting out songs on the school bus to get students excited to head back to school.

In the 11-minute video, school faculty climbed onto the bus, sharing what they were excited for in the upcoming year. The faculty sang and danced along the way to their meeting in a spin-off of the Carpool Karaoke segment on "The Late Late Show with James Corden."

Watch the video on YouTube here.

(Video by: Wareham Public Schools)
Comments (6)
Posted by: Linda | Sep 02, 2017 14:08

This was fun to watch!  Marie ~ an amazing job picking almost everyone up & I love the job you did painting the bus windows with scenery!  <3

Posted by: Spherebreaker | Sep 03, 2017 09:13

Hopefully this was done on their own time and no tax dollars used. I made till the money was thrown around and couldnt take anymore.

Posted by: bob | Sep 04, 2017 11:06

Great video,but you blow it when you start throwing the cash around....

Posted by: Wareham By The Sea | Sep 05, 2017 15:08

Why is the driver the only one wearing a seat belt?

Posted by: Andrea Smith | Sep 05, 2017 16:12

Passenger seat belts are not mandated by law in Massachusetts school buses. Most often sited as a reason...upgrading buses with seat belts would be cost prohibitive.

Posted by: Wareham By The Sea | Sep 05, 2017 17:01

Wow! I knew that was the reason when I rode the bus to school in the 1980s. I found it so confusing back then that my parents brainwashed me to buckle up every time I rode in a car, but the ride to school was a different story.


I'm sure people much smarter than me have thought about this and made the regulations. I can see the shoulder restraint being difficult and expensive in a school bus. Lap restraints don't seem too bad.  Those are better than nothing.  Then again, maybe kids are better off without seat-belts in a roll-over and/or accident with fire.  Awful to think about but they could get stuck upside down, unable to escape.  Better to get banged-up and survive.

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