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Month: November 2017

SCTA, SCUSD Make Agreements, Strike Averted

By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor After over a year of negotiations beginning in October of last year, the Sacramento City Teachers Association (SCTA) strike has been avoided due to both […]

Word of the Week: Somniphobia

By Cynthia Dominguez, Opinions Editor Many high schoolers treasure every second of sleep that they can get. Whether in the comfort of their own home or in any classroom quiet […]

Students Continue to Grow by Leaves and Mounds

By Aryanna Zavala, Copy Editor A gardening class has been added as an elective choice for students in Kennedy’s Special Education department. Robin Gunning and Chloe Stidger are the instructors […]

Flags and Rifles and Sabres, Oh My!

By Desiree Leong, Clarion Staff Bright colors flashing through the air and graceful dancers crossing the football field along with the upbeat and constant tempo of the band: this is […]

Water Polo Deserves More Fans

By Karissa Jones, Clarion Staff Kennedy Men’s Water Polo is currently holding tightly to second place in Metro League standings. The team has lost three games this season to River […]

Is There a Nurse in the K-House?

By Jianna Beasley, Creative Director Many students have probably experienced an off day, perhaps starting with an uncomfortable feeling in your stomach that you ignore or a headache or just […]

Club Highlight: MESA is Not Plain

By Eddie Rodrigues, Clarion Staff Have you ever wondered who makes and designs those amazing robots and structures displayed at school events and around campus? The Kennedy club MESA, Mathematics […]