If you're not active on the app TikTok, let us be the first to tell you, Hip Hop dances from the early 2000s are making their way through the viral TikTok dance craze!
Austin Lemay, an energetic teacher at Tenaya Middle School in Fresno, was seen on video busting out his old moves for his students.
Lemay is the Campus Culture Director. Dancing on Fridays after class is a regular event for students.
The video was posted by fellow teacher Jenny McCauley to bring attention to the good things happening at the school.
In just one day, it received millions of views.
"It's been very important to us to provide an environment where kids want to be here, they want to come and connect with other people," says principal Armen Torigian. "I feel like if kids' heads are in the right spot, they are feeling safe and they are having fun, then we can teach them anything that they need to learn."
Lemay credits his parents for his moves and willingness to get up and dance.
He says he hopes to continue shedding a positive light for the school and the students.
Check out the video that went viral below!
Carolyn McArdle talked about it on the air! Listen below...