Harmony School students saw the video at the kick-off assembly Monday. They cheered and high-five'd their Principal, telling him he's got a second career.
"It was fun for me to create, fun for me to watch the children clap along to it," said Paulson on Tuesday. Since its debut the video has gone viral, with over 125 "likes" and 67 "shares" on Facebook.
"Basically it is just a way to promote a positive message," said Paulson, who is 35 years old. "What better way to get down to their level, to use the technology, use the social media to promote it. I told them they can share it with anyone they want."
Paulson wrote the rap, and it was videographed and edited by Technology Specialist Jesse Herbert one morning at the school, with a dancing cameo by First Grade teacher Nancy Blenderman and a brief appearance by a group of students.
Check it out by playing the video on the Harmony School Facebook page above, or on Youtube.