The teacher, who goes by April Praise on Twitter, created an entire song to let her students know it's cool to wear a mask.
"All the cool kids wear a mask. All the cool kids wear a mask. When you're walking down the street or in class, all the cool kids wear a mask," she sings.
April, who is also a musician, singer, songwriter and DJ, teaches music at Griggs EC/PK/K.
"Going back to school, I already knew my students wouldn't wear the masks correctly. And so I had to come up with a way to make it cool for them to want to wear masks," she said.
"I knew whatever I wanted to make, I didn't want to make it a typical cheesy kids song," April continued. "I wanted to make a bop that even adults could jam out to. So I took all my knowledge and the vision and created the song."
You'll notice a Houston vibe throughout the song, from the music to the video, which was shot in front of the various murals around downtown Houston.
Watch the video, and you'll see a few Houston icons painted behind April including rappers Paul Wall and Slim Thug.
But most important, April said, "I hope it's a good reminder for people and kids alike, and I hope that people can also jam out."
April also sings part of the song in Spanish.
Outside of the classroom, she has a YouTube page, where she said the goal is to inspire other teachers to be their best selves.
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