How a vaccine clinic works

By Touzong Thao, Clarion Staff Writer Ever since COVID-19, questions from the general population have appeared multiple times. The many valid concerns may come from the lack of knowledge about how a vaccine clinic works and how it administers it’s vaccines. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a variety of conflicting opinions, but let us examine what happens in a vaccine clinic. In order to answer … Continue reading How a vaccine clinic works

Messages of appreciation for teachers as unusual year winds down

By Trisha Mae Raymundo, Clarion Staff Writer Before the school year ends, Kennedy students shared their message of appreciation towards teachers to thank them for their hard-work throughout distance learning.  Due to the spread of the virus last year, schools had to shift to online learning, forcing students to adapt to a temporary learning style. Ever since then, teachers have worked to provide students a … Continue reading Messages of appreciation for teachers as unusual year winds down

Seniors excited to attend in-person graduation after a year of distance learning

By Samantha Hoyer, Clarion Staff Writer As we reach the end of this exceptionally hectic year, seniors are looking forward to end-of-year events. For a large part of the school year many of us weren’t even sure if we would be able to attend an in-person graduation. But, as the situation with COVID-19 has improved in the last few months we are lucky enough to … Continue reading Seniors excited to attend in-person graduation after a year of distance learning