Granby Elementary School students were anything but blue when singer-songwriter and motivational speaker Jared Campbell stopped by to present the Blue Project.
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The cafeteria was abuzz with excitement recently as he entertained students during two separate assemblies that focused on the importance of respect, friendship and kindness.
He jammed out on his guitar and sang uplifting songs as a photo slideshow played on a screen to accompany his music.
His song “Love Like a Dog” captivated the students as they sang along to the lyrics, which stressed the importance of being loyal, trusted and true.
“A great friend is always excited to see you, someone that is going to be right there by your side and someone who doesn’t judge,” Campbell said. “That’s a lot like a dog. You have to love like a dog.”
The show was brought to the Fulton City School District as part of the Arts in Education service provided by the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation.