Keeping with tradition at Douglas Anderson

Keeping with tradition  at Douglas Anderson
DA Principal Melanie Hammer hands a gift to Abby Webber, a member of the senior class

Due to COVID-19, the long-standing tradition of having the senior class parade out of school on its last day, was not possible so the faculty modified the ritual to fit the times.  DA hosted a car parade for its seniors, who decorated their cars and turned into the bus loop to start the parade.  Each member of the Class of 2020 got a special gift from the school’s administration, faculty, and staff before driving through the bus loop with their teachers cheering them on.  The parade was live streamed on Facebook so families could watch. Of the 296 students graduating from Jacksonville’s arts magnet this year, 250 participated in the parade, said DA Principal Melanie Hammer.

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