Quarter 3 Progress Reports
Quarter 3 progress reports are now available, and have been posted to both student and parent FOCUS portals.
Performances Return to DA
We are excited to start performances at DA. We want to make sure our audience members know our new safety policies to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and keep our students, staff, and families safe.
Our Theatre capacity is limited. Therefore, all tickets must be purchased in advance through GoFan.co. Tickets must be presented on your mobile device at the door.
Temperature checks will be conducted on each patron before they enter the Theatre. If you are experiencing any COVID symptoms or have come in contact with anyone positive in the past 14 days, please stay home.
Seating has been carefully selected to ensure 6ft between patrons. Please only sit in open seats, do not break the zip ties, and do not sit in rows that are roped off.
There will be hand sanitizer at each entrance and exit. Please use the sanitizer as you enter and leave the Theatre.
Masks must be worn at all times while on campus.
We look forward to seeing you back on campus for our performances.
Wellness Wednesday is a state mandated program designed to be a school-wide pause in which teachers and students engage in 30 minute lessons related to mental and emotional health. The goal of the Mental Health Education Initiative is to teach students to identify signs and symptoms of mental health challenges, and how to access help for themselves and their peers. Click here to read more.
Wellness Wednesdays will take place on the last instructional Wednesday of the month.
This year we will deliver Wellness Wednesday instruction through first block (A1 or B5) and will be on a special bell schedule seen here.
Parent / Guardian Focus Accounts
Focus school software is the primary communications tool for all Duval County Public Schools. Through Focus, parents have access to student grades, progress reports, report cards, attendance records, teacher e-mails and more! If you don't have a Focus account, please CLICK HERE for instructions to create one.
Douglas Anderson School of the Arts is a Duval County Public School for students grades 9 through 12 with a desire for intensive study in the arts.
Established as an arts school in 1985, the school attracts students from all parts of North Florida and South Georgia who have talent in dance, instrumental or vocal music, performance or technical theatre, film and video production, creative writing, and visual arts.
A high academic standard, coupled with a broad arts curriculum, offers students an opportunity to excel in a chosen discipline while preparing them for post-secondary education.
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7:00 PM - 7:40 PM Creative Writing Freshmen Public Reading
3:30 PM SAC Meeting
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Creative Writing Senior Recital
3:30 PM SAC Meeting
7:00 PM Class of 2021 GRADUATION