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VIDEO: Ivy Day walk part of tradition at Fort Wayne’s South Side High School

The South Side High School band, playing the school song, led graduating seniors on the annual Ivy Day walk this morning at the school. Seniors walked on Calhoun Street along the school before turning east on Oakdale Drive back to the school. (By Kevin Kilbane of News-Sentinel.com)
Graduating seniors at South Side High School wave to people as they walk down Calhoun Street this morning during the school's traditional Ivy Day walk. (By Kevin Kilbane of News-Sentinel.com)
Students and family members lined Calhoun Street and Oakdale Drive along South Side High School to watch graduating seniors participate in the annual Ivy Day walk. (By Kevin Kilbane of News-Sentinel.com)

Graduating seniors from South Side High School put on their green caps and gowns today for school seniors’ traditional Ivy Day walk around the school, 3601 S. Calhoun St.

Today is the last day of classes in the Fort Wayne Community Schools district.

Led by the South Side band, graduating seniors walked from in front of the school’s Helen P. Brown Natatorium south on Calhoun Street to Oakdale Drive, where they turned east to go back to the school.

Fort Wayne Community Schools Superintendent Wendy Robinson, wearing a green jacket, joined Principal Carlton Mable and other staff to help lead the students’ procession.