Baldwin High School Twitter Assignment

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Our district comprises six elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school, serving over 5,000 students from Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade. From this home page, you can link to any of our schools under School Info.  

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We appreciate your support of the Ridgefield Public Schools and the standards of excellence you expect and demand of the educational experience of our students. Please contact us if we can answer any questions.

Sincerely,

Karen Baldwin

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

It's not every day that a school assignment goes viral.

But that's exactly what happened to Glenna Matauto, a junior at Kaimuki High School.

The instructions for her broadcast media class: Re-create a scene from your favorite movie.

The 17-year-old chose one of her favorite scenes from "Mulan." And she enlisted her friends to help.

The results are hilarious — and impressive.

three days, five broken sticks, a shoe and volleyball stuck in a tree, and 2883827274832 hours of bloopers ALL for a 38 second video ????‍???? — Micronesian Mulan ?????? pic.twitter.com/bglMtKENXD

— skee ?? (@senseileskee) March 3, 2018

And so is the view count on her Twitter post with the final product: More than 8 million in counting.

Twitter users can't seem to get enough — and they're making their own requests.

The Hawaii teens even got some attention from Buzzfeed. 

And what grade did Matauto actually get on the assignment? She hasn't gotten it yet.

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