Canceled: College Board’s PSAT/NMSQT Test at Kennedy, January 26

By Touzong Thao, Clarion Staff Reporter On January 13, the College Board PSAT/NMSQT test for John F. Kennedy junior students that was to be held at John F. Kennedy High School was canceled due to the recent public health conditions. Having been introduced halfway into the school year, many were hoping to have some way to take the test. Superintendent Jorge A. Aguilar addressed the … Continue reading Canceled: College Board’s PSAT/NMSQT Test at Kennedy, January 26

Kennedy construction reaching the finish line

By Yukari Plagmann & Alicia Lee, Clarion Staff Reporters Since Thanksgiving Break, 2019, John F. Kennedy High School has seen extensive construction and renovations all around campus. Although COVID-19 has caused major changes to this academic school year, the construction itself has seen few problems and has been a success all-around. This year-and-a-half long modernization of the campus was split into two phases: the first … Continue reading Kennedy construction reaching the finish line

Game Review: Why you should play “Warzone”

By Jaden Tengan, Clarion Staff Reporter It is certainly worth downloading Warzone. It is open for all as Warzone is a free game. Yes,  you heard that correctly you do not have to pay to play it.  It is also the best and most polished Battle Royale ever produced by far. You have to download Warzone, it is truly a phenomenal gaming experience. This is … Continue reading Game Review: Why you should play “Warzone”

Important information about the COVID vaccine

By Samantha Hoyer, Clarion Staff Reporter After almost a year being stuck in quarantine as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, we have all been looking for an inch of hope and it seems we may be reaching that point. On December 15, 2020 the first shipment of the new Pfizer vaccines were sent to the UC Davis hospital in Sacramento.The vaccines arrival was greatly … Continue reading Important information about the COVID vaccine