OXNARD, Calif. — The "woah," the "dougie," and the "nae-nae" aren't the typical words heard in every elementary school classroom. 

However, for some of the Ventura County schools including Rio Del Mar, hearing those terms is a normal, everyday occurrence thanks to a local organization called Hip Hop Mindset

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Hip Hop Mindset brings dance classes into the school day. What began with just one instructor teaching one weekly class in 2015 has turned into seven, teaching nearly 80 classes a week. 

The goal is to inspire confidence in the young kids, teaching them to explore and communicate through dance. 

"[They learn] to express themselves and have fun with their friends," said Mark Espiritu, one of several instructors for Hip Hop Mindset. "It also teaches them discipline."