We have Chapel once a week in my current school. Two years ago, we brought the class to their first Chapel service and sat them down in the pews. After the Chaplain spoke to the children, the music teacher got up to sing some songs. She has a very high soprano voice. One little boy looked at the child next to him and with a shocked look on his face and said "EWWWWWW! This is Opera!!!!! I don't know how to do Opera!!!!!!!" He sat through the song with the most miserable look on his face while his teacher literally chewed the insides of her mouth to keep from laughing out loud.
This year we were in Chapel one Wednesday when the Principal sat with my class. We fill up two rows so she sat in the row in front of me with eight children and I sat directly behind her with eight more. During the service I saw my Principal turn around to my row and hold her hand out. One adorable little blond slapped her hand. I thought to myself how odd it was that she would have a child give her high five during the service. She turned around only to turn around again with her hand out. This time the child sitting next to the blond placed a rubber band in her hand. He had evidently been popping it without me seeing him.