Kennedy Students and Teachers Opinions on the Pledge of Allegiance

By Emma Bailey, Clarion Staff Reporter  Students have recited the Pledge of Allegiance in schools across the country since it was first written by Francis Bellamy in 1892, and it has had multiple revisions since. At Kennedy High School in recent years, fewer numbers of students have been standing for the Pledge of Allegiance.        Kelsey Riley, a Molecular Biology and AP Biology teacher at Kennedy, … Continue reading Kennedy Students and Teachers Opinions on the Pledge of Allegiance

A Reflection on Women’s History Month

By Lily Rusk, Clarion Editor in Chief  The month of March, Women’s History Month, is about celebrating women’s achievements, but also about what women are still advocating for. This month of recognition was established in 1911 and means a lot to women not only worldwide but also in our community.  Joan Taylor, a French teacher at Kennedy, reflects on her experience as a female teacher … Continue reading A Reflection on Women’s History Month