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Month: June 2018

Track Team Dominates Metro League

By Dominic J Larsen, News Editor Going completely undefeated this season by dominating Metro League Championships. Advancing to Sectionals, the Kennedy Track and Field gave their competitors a run for […]

JFK’s Traffic is Utter “Car”mageddon

By Brandan Wong, Clarion Staff Every school day, Gloria Drive is congested with the hundreds of parent and student drivers. But we have some serious problems with the etiquette many […]

Clarion Poetry: Forever

By Desiree Leong, Clarion Staff Anxiety and pain weigh you down, It’s hard to come around.   Though it gets dark And may leave a mark,   Scars don’t hold […]

Clarion Poetry: Pieces of You

By Makayla Smith, Clarion Staff Every part of you is like a puzzle You always find out missing pieces as you grow The older you get, the more you learn […]

Post Game Wrap Up

By Eddie Rodrigues, Sports Editor Kennedy’s varsity baseball team has had many ups and downs throughout this year’s season. They finished the well-fought season with a .500 record at 13 […]

Link Stars Drive for Extra Yards

By Sophia O’Neal, Clarion Staff Kennedy’s Golf team has had a very successful season by going undefeated. They have won the Metro League title, the sectionals tournament, and qualified for […]

Clarion Poetry: Walking Man

By Joe Temblador, Clarion Staff Christ is dead / I cried for his help and he left me on read / Left me alone / left me to ask / […]

Clarion Editors 2018 Reflections

Christopher Wong, Chief Editor Two years, nine months, and seven days ago, I finished preparations in the dark of night for recruitment for a new club. At orientation, I waited […]

10 ways to defeat Senioritis

By Karissa Jones and Jianna Beasley, Clarion Staff Many high school students have been struggling to find motivation, have become careless, and have lost the will to learn. The culprit […]