Skip to comments.1,000 High School Students Sing the National Anthem on 18 Floors of a Hotel
Posted on 07/04/2014 10:39:44 AM PDT by EinNYC
The Kentucky State Choir conference gathers at the Louisville, Kentucky Hyatt hotel each year. The video shows 1,000 high school students standing on different levels of an 18-story hotel singing the Star Spangled Banner.
Why are high school students at a hotel?
They were allowed to sing the national anthem in English? No Arabic or Spanish? They weren’t arrested? I guess the lefties haven’t made their inroads in Kentucky. I’ll go look for property there.
A former Guyer High School choir director has pleaded guilty to having an improper relationship with a student, according to county officials.
Michael Paul Pricer, 36, was sentenced to community supervision for 10 years and must pay a $1,000 fine, complete 200 hours of community service and serve 30 days in Denton County Jail, according to a plea agreement with the Denton County District Attorneys Office on June 19.
Denton police began their investigation into Pricer after a former students parents reported their daughter was involved in a sexual relationship while Pricer was still employed with the Denton school district, according to an arrest affidavit.
and they let their kids go to hotels with people like this??
give it about 35 seconds to get going
Can’t believe the lefties allowed that. Isn’t it racist to be patriotic now?
Bunch of racist brats.
What if a Mexican or Muslim was walking by?!?!
Just think if the song had been, “God BlesS America”!
What, there is now a ban on high school students staying in hotels? Most high schools have a senior class trip sometime during the year. Or, perhaps they were entered in a national competition. There are many trips made by high school students during the year, even camping trips with their teachers.
OMG was that beautiful!
I'm sorry, but I fail to see the connection between a high school choir teacher in Denton, Texas, having an "improper relationship" with a student and a state convention of high school choirs in Kentucky, unless you are saying that all high school choir teachers have sexual contact with their students.
That would seem to be a mighty broad brush.
Parents should NEVER trust their kids with public school employees, ever!
Oops. My mama failed me as she was a public school teacher. I was alone with so many public school teachers, I am scarred for life. Lol. My children have been left with public school teachers a time or two. This past year, my concern was more with the private Christian school personnel. You must be vigilant with all persons your children are around.
Times have changed a lot.
Schools are the pervert, child molesting centers of the country now.
Look at the video of Madison Rising singing the National Anthem....AWESOME!!!!!
Listen to this and be inspired!!!!!!!!!!!!
The ratio of dislikes is expected. The nation is nearly dead and gone.
Measuring along several biome zones:
Taking on-site notes:
Rough urban kids who have never been on a nature trip learning what an environment IS firsthand, not just by reading the 2 paragraphs in a book. Learning to appreciate their fellow earth denizens. After the trip, one girl, upon learning that Diamondback terrapins were endangered in this area, told me that she was inspired to go with her father back to the park where they had collected a baby terrapin and gave it back.
Yup, totally disgusting.
“Parents should NEVER trust their kids with public school employees, ever!”
I stopped calling government schools “public” schools about two years ago. I call them what they are....government schools. Let’s get realistic, the same government workers who are in charge of your local DMV are, in effect, teaching our young people. *shudder*
For a conference. I don’t understand your question.
The ONLY thing “disgusting” about this beautiful video is people walking around during the singing of OUR National Anthem....
After thousands of times I still get goose bumps!
God Bless America!
God Damn Omerika!
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