Parents used social media to put out the call for Brookswood Secondary parents to take part in a flash mob on Dec. 1. (Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance)

VIDEO: Langley parents busted out their best moves for school flash mob

The event Friday afternoon was the boost the spirits of Brookswood Secondary students.

The idea was spread around social media for parents of Brookswood Secondary students to hold a flash mob.

As school let out on Friday, the music started over the outdoor PA and the parents started grooving.

The event was intended to bring smiles to the faces of the high school students, after the school was the subject of a lockdown last week as well as boost a sense of community in the Brookswood neighbourhood.

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It’s not easy doing the chicken dance with a passenger but James Vincent, holding four-year-old Carter, took part in the parent flash mob at Brookswood Secondary on Dec. 1. (Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance)

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