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Month: October 2016

Kennedy Clarion Distributed on Campus Oct 21

The first issue for the 2016-2017 school year was distributed on campus on October 21. Breanna Thomas, Clarion Staff, photographed an unidentified Kennedy student taking a newspaper out of one of […]

Bloody October

By Saeri Plagmann, Clarion Staff Every so often, Kennedy gets the opportunity to take part in the blood drive, where anyone age 16 or older and weighs at least 110 […]

Three New Kennedy Staff Featured

by Valentina Duong, Clarion Staff Mrs. Emelina Emaas – Science Teacher Before she went into the teaching profession forty-two years ago, Mrs. Emelina Emaas was an independent, hardworking twenty-year old […]

The World According to Sly

By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor The Clarion had the opportunity to talk to one of Kennedy’s longest-serving campus monitors, Sly Shelton to help answer often-asked questions from students on our campus about […]

Cougars Maul Warriors at Homecoming Game

  By Cameron Cowling, Clarion Staff Last Friday, JFK’s varsity Cougars won against Hiram Johnson with a final score of 44-0. Our senior quarterback, Earl Averette, got a passer rating […]

Women’s Volleyball Set for Win

By Adrianna Iorio, Clarion Staff As JFK Women’s Volleyball season draws to an exciting close, all players continue to display amazing performances on the court. Despite the hardships and tough […]

JFK Water Polo Returns to the Pool

By Aaron Soliz and Dominic J Larsen, Clarion Staff John F. Kennedy houses a pool and several aquatic sports teams. One of those teams is water polo. The coach, Mr. […]

A Competition to Talk About

By Timmy Curry and Aaron Soliz, Clarion Staff JFK’s Speech and debate team went to Woodcreek High School in Roseville on Saturday October 8th. We had twelve Kennedy students make […]

CJA, A Criminally Good Program

By Cameron Cowling, Clarion Staff The Criminal Justice Academy is a magnet program at Kennedy where students can prepare themselves for careers in all areas of criminal justice. The goal […]

MCJROTC, A Disciplined Program

Note: This story is part of Freshmen POV: Kennedy Small Learning Communities As freshman, high school can be confusing. A new school, more students, and honestly, it’s really stressful. Coming to […]

Culinary Arts Academy Is Really Cooking

Note: This story is part of Freshmen POV: Kennedy Small Learning Communities.  As freshman, high school can be confusing. A new school, more students, and honestly, it’s really stressful. Coming to […]