Listen: The Superintendents of Patch & Their Favorite Song

We asked the superintendents in our Patches their favorite song and made a Spotify playlist.

We were pretty sure the school superintendents in our Patches have other songs stuck in their heads besides the district fight song. So we asked 'em.

What is your favorite song?

Check out the playlist above and see the list below to see who picked what song. To listen, click play in the widget above. If your Spotify app is not already open, it will launch and the playlist will show up. If your Spotify is already open, it should start playing automatically.

Some superintendents chose not to participate, but here are the ones who did:

"Minutes to Memories," John Mellencamp: Mentor Superintendent Matthew Miller

"Memories Are Made of This," Dean Martin: Westlake Superintendent Dan Keenan

"Brown Eyed Girl," Van Morrison and "Centerfield" by John Fogerty: Lakewood Superintendent Jeff Patterson

"Man in the Mirror," Michael Jackson: Cuyahoga Falls Superintendent Todd Nichols

"Summer of '69," Bryan Adams: Strongsville Superintendent John Krupinski  

"Star Spangled Banner," U.S. Coast Guard Band: Stow-Munroe Falls Superintendent Russ Jones

"New York State of Mind," Billy Joel: Revere Schools Superintendent Randy Boroff

"The Way You Look Tonight," Frank Sinatra: Brecksville-Broadview Heights Superintendent Scot Prebles

Melissa Bysura September 14, 2012 at 08:47 PM
"Star Spangled Banner"? Really? Not that it isn't an incredible song but that seems like a very pc answer. I'd be more impressed with the truth!


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