by: Hope Jensen Updated:
BREMEN, Ga. - Students at a high school in Haralson County found a way to stay entertained as a tornado moved through the county on Wednesday.
As students sheltered in the hallway at Bremen High School, one group broke out into song.
The kids sang an A cappella rendition of “Mary, Did You Know?”
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A teacher who works at the school recorded the video and posted it on Facebook.
She told Channel 2 Action News that it was “truly amazing when our high school kids broke out in spontaneous song.”
The students, who are in the chorus, had been practicing the song for their upcoming Christmas Program and decided to continue that practice in the hallway.
The song's co-writer, Mark Lowry, is scheduled to be in Bremen at Mill Town Music Hall next week. Mill Town arranged for Lowry to meet with the students before they all attend his show at venue next Friday night.
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