Kennedy Student Targeted in Alleged Shooting Threat

By Clarion Editors (Cynthia Dominguez, Christopher Wong, Saeri Plagmann, and Aryanna Zavala-Cortez) On March 13, 2018, an unidentified person allegedly threatened the John F. Kennedy High School campus, targeting one […]

Way Back Machine – 50 Years Ago

February 16, 1968 Volume 1 No. 4 By Sophia O’Neal, Clarion Staff   Senator Kennedy Invited to Dedication The Kennedy student body and faculty came together to celebrate the one […]

Tackling the Wrestling Season

By Liana James & Saeri Plagmann, Clarion Staff Kennedy’s co-ed wrestling team continues to grapple with diversity and success, pairing an influx of greenhorns with returning veterans to produce a […]

Kennedy Students Cram with Cocoa

After school on January 18, students from all grades at Kennedy crammed in the school cafeteria (not in the sense they crammed’ together like sardines but real-time cramming for finals.)  […]

Baking Up a Holiday Storm

By Desiree Leong, Clarion Staff During the holiday season, desserts and sweets are especially popular. Many enjoy eating them as well as baking. It may be a time-consuming activity, but […]

JFK Poetry Corner: Slice of Christmas

By Jianna Beasley, Clarion Staff   every morning I awake reluctantly trudging into school peppermint hot cocoa makes it all worthwhile thoughts of Starbucks make me drool   every morning […]

Flags and Rifles and Sabres, Oh My!

By Desiree Leong, Clarion Staff Bright colors flashing through the air and graceful dancers crossing the football field along with the upbeat and constant tempo of the band: this is […]