When you turn on your television Thanksgiving morning for the 2016 America’s Thanksgiving Day Parade not only will you see larger than life floats, and highflying balloons as you await Santa’s arrival, but you will also hear the sound of the Romulus High School Marching Band. For the first time in school history they will perform on Woodward Avenue in front of hundreds of thousands of parade spectators. The program under the direction of Band Director Jessica Mills has picked up where it historically left off. Last year the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association rated the Eagles with a one, which is the highest rating given. “I am extremely proud of how far this ensemble has come in three short years and being selected for the Thanksgiving Day Parade is a reward in itself. The students are excited to perform in front of such a large audience, said Mills”. The parade will be televised live locally Thanksgiving Day at 10am on WDIV-TV, Local 4.