JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-- Loud music and a classroom don't necessarily go together, but at Wolfson High School on Wednesday they cranked the volume all the way up to mark a year since Jordan Davis' last day of class.
Davis' legacy played throughout the halls of Wolfson. The teen, who was allegedly murdered during an argument over loud music was remembered in his favorite music class.
"The fact that Jordan died over an argument over loud music as his music teacher this has been a tough one to take," said his teacher Cristina Ledford.
Students took in the teen's favorite tracks during time to reflect on happier days with their fallen friend but also time to share with each other how much they miss him.
"It was hard knowing that one of the only friends I had in this classroom is gone and I'll never have another conversation with my homeboy ever again," said classmate Terrence Harris.
For Davis' father, Ron Davis, reuniting with his son's peers eases the sting of a painful anniversary.
"I see the kids today and I see a lot of Jordans. As a parent you look at other kids and you see a lot of your kid," he said. "It was absolutely a healing experience."
For the students, it was a solemn reminder not to take each other, their music, or their lives for granted.
"Live every day like your last," said Harris.