Lip Sync Battle of the Teachers

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Inspired by the popular television show on the Spike network, members of the Love 4 All Club at Edmund W. Miles Middle School, under the advisement of Bernadette Kraljic, hosted a Lip Sync Battle of the Teachers on Jan. 29.

The well-attended event showcased the creative dance talents of more than 15 administrators and faculty members as they lip sang to classic and modern day songs including “I Will Survive” by Diana Ross, Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk,” and “Hello” by Adele. Similar to the on-air show, contestants dressed in character and used a variety of props while performing in front of an audience and panel of student-judges. In the end, social studies teacher Paul Duguay’s lip sync performance to the song “Sorry” by Justin Bieber won him the title of King of the Lip Sync Battle.

The event raised nearly $300, which the club will use to purchase T-shirts for National Day of Silence on April 15, a student-led national event that brings attention to anti-LGBT name-calling, bullying and harassment in schools.  

Please enjoy below a slideshow of photos and video clips from the event: