The fifth grade students at Reddick-Collier Elementary School have gathered together different items including masks, and disinfectants so they can remember and learn from the events that happened in 2020.
All K-12 employees across Florida are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine but only at specific sites. Those under the age of 50 can only register at a federal vaccination site, while those 50 and older can sign-up at state-run facilities.
The COVID-19 vaccine eligibility pool is a little deeper as K-12 employees, law enforcement officers, and firefighters 50 or older, as well as those deemed high risk by a doctor, can now get the shot based on Gov. Ron DeSantis's latest executive order.
For the second year, students at the school are dedicating their jump to 18-year old Max Williams, a former student of the elementary school and son of Erin Williams, a guidance counselor at the school.