Students perform the 'Pump & Move' entering class at Ottawa catholic school
Students at St. Luke elementary school in Nepean are providing a lesson on hand sanitizing in the classroom.
Educator Angelo Bruno posted a video of students doing the "Pump & Move!"
The students are wearing masks as they enter the class; use the hand sanitizer by the door, and then dance to their desks.
Bruno writes, "It's called 'Pump & Move!' It's the dance sensation that's sweeping (and sanitizing) the nation!"
Hey @StLukeNepean in the @OttCatholicSB ! We got our Week 3 groove on. It's called "Pump & Move!" It's the dance sensation that's sweeping (& sanitizing) the nation! #HealthyLiving #ocsb #movementismedicine pic.twitter.com/7Oua9CmErd— Angelo Bruno (@Angelo_Bruno2) September 25, 2020
The video has been viewed 14,000 times since being posted on Friday afternoon.
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