Michigan High School Principal Shares Hilarious Look at What Really Happens on a Snow Day
What really happens at school when there's a snow day? Davison High School Principal Jerry Piger gives us a hilarious look behind the scenes when he has the building all to himself.
With most schools in Mid-Michigan closed Wednesday (1/25) because of bad weather, Piger was able to make the most of the snow day and shows just how much fun he had while students and staff stayed home.
How Did Principal Piger Spend His Snow Day?
In the light-hearted video below Piger is seen riding a scooter through the halls of the school, watching a movie, lifting weights, and even playing instruments in the band room. The principal also rides a pogo stick and a Big Wheel through the hallway and even does a little maintenance work before lying down on the gymnasium floor, exhausted after a long day of goofing off.
There's a Surprise Ending
I won't spoil it, but be sure you watch Piger's snow day video right through to the end. The principal wraps up the video by scrolling through a series of pictures on his phone that detail his day of debauchery at the school. Who is Principal Piger showing those photos to? As it turns out, there's a surprise guest in the science room, who has no choice but to give Piger his undivided attention.
Well played, Mr. Piger.
More School Closing Videos
Mid-Michigan schools have quite a reputation for presenting funny school-closing videos. Former Swartz Creek Superintendent Ben Mainka and successor Jim Kitchen have created several epic school-closing announcements over the years, some of which made our Top 10 Best School Closing Videos of All Time, listed below.