Conspiracy Theories: Is Everything We Know A Lie?

By Adrianna Iorio and Aryanna Zavala, Clarion Staff According to Dictionary.com, conspiracy theories are the idea that many important political events or economic and social trends are the products of secret plots that are largely unknown to the general public. These theories have impacted society’s view of the world because it is a way for the public to cope with a catastrophic event or something … Continue reading Conspiracy Theories: Is Everything We Know A Lie?

Clarion Staff Collect Multiple Awards at Annual Journalism Event

By Adrianna Iorio, Clarion Staff On May 9th, nine members of the Clarion staff attended the 7th Annual Journalism Awards Dinner hosted by the Sacramento High School Journalism Network at (SCOE) Sacramento County Office of Education Conference Center. At the event, John F. Kennedy students received a total of ten individual awards, two more than last year and more than any other high school. The … Continue reading Clarion Staff Collect Multiple Awards at Annual Journalism Event

Kennedy Girls Soccer Team Focuses on Education

By Adrianna Iorio, Clarion Staff Every high school soccer season is different. With a variety of diverse players, team strengths and weaknesses, and leadership all divert to taking a different path of success. However this years Kennedy women’s soccer teams is different according to coach Rubio, in which a relationship between his coaching style and IQ is prevalent. This season’s soccer team has proved to … Continue reading Kennedy Girls Soccer Team Focuses on Education

Men’s Varsity Volleyball Team Are League Champs!

By Adrianna Iorio, Clarion Staff With a successful start, but an even more successful ending, Kennedy’s Men’s Varsity Volleyball team finished the season with a perfect record and perfect illustration of hard work and determination.  Being undefeated in metro league with a score of 14-0 impressed everyone across the Kennedy campus, making Coach Jakira Rand proud to call the Cougars her team. “Ending the Metro … Continue reading Men’s Varsity Volleyball Team Are League Champs!

Holiday of the Week: National Don’t Fry Day

By Adrianna Iorio, Clarion Staff Every year on the Friday before Memorial Day, an annual holiday stands to encourage sun safety awareness and protect people across America from the dangers of skin cancer. Today, Friday, May 26, is National Don’t Fry Day. As Memorial Day approaches, the sunny summer months and outdoor activities arrive with it. The National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention initiated this holiday … Continue reading Holiday of the Week: National Don’t Fry Day

Men’s Varsity Volleyball Helps Inspire Others

By Adrianna Iorio, Clarion Staff With Kennedy Men’s Volleyball season coming to a successful start, JFK’s varsity and JV players impressed many with their determination and signs of teamwork. With varsity at a current stand of 3-0 in league and 7-2 overall, Varsity coach Jakira Rand believes the team will most definitely make it to playoffs. “This team has made the playoffs for the past … Continue reading Men’s Varsity Volleyball Helps Inspire Others

Women’s Volleyball Set for Win

By Adrianna Iorio, Clarion Staff As JFK Women’s Volleyball season draws to an exciting close, all players continue to display amazing performances on the court. Despite the hardships and tough competitors, our Varsity team perseveres through. The team has once again secured a spot in the Metro League, currently (at the time of writing) holding a 15-9 overall record, and a 10-0 in their division. … Continue reading Women’s Volleyball Set for Win

Students Mad About MaD

Note: This story is part of Freshmen POV: Kennedy Small Learning Communities. As freshman, high school can be confusing. A new school, more students, and honestly, it’s really stressful. Coming to this school, we weren’t aware of the amazing and beneficial academies Kennedy High School provided. By Adrianna Iorio, Clarion Staff The Manufacturing and Design program (MaD) at Kennedy High School, pro- vides a unique and … Continue reading Students Mad About MaD