Minds of Clay

By Emma Shoemaker, Clarion Staff   We grasp for golden rays, peering through criss-crossed cages, yearning to see as a Dragonfly: In this dry desert-   One morning, you told […]

Have a Holly Jolly ______

By Liliana Lopez, Copy Editor During the months of November, December, and January, mainstream media often indulges in a plethora of Christmas advertising. From storefronts to television programming, it seems […]

Sticky Maniacs’ Cover Blown

By Xavier Martinez, Clarion Staff Gum is a common snack people have been chewing since 1848. But the satisfaction of chewing gum comes at a price, public places have become […]

Water Polo: Wading to Victory

By Daryle Johnson, Clarion Staff The outstanding Kennedy boy’s water polo team completed a dominating season with an overall record of 19-7 and metro conference record of 7-1.   Within metro, […]

Turning Your Frown Upside Down

By Wendy Xiong, Clarion Staff In 2017, a group of seniors (Cody Mak, Ivy Wang, and Katia Lomeli-Trejo) and juniors (Victoria Chen and Alfonso Navarro) founded Club Smile to provide […]

Kennedy March Band: Measure for Measure

By Liliana Lopez, Copy Editor Whether it’s during halftime at football games, or on Friday’s spirit marches, most students at Kennedy have heard our sensational band perform. Throughout the years, […]

Cougars on The Town

By Andrew Ely, Clarion Staff Sacramento is one of the biggest cities in California, serving as the state’s capital and boasting a population of 500,000 people. As seen, there are […]

Cougars Seen at Kennedy Library?

By Ethan Vue, Clarion Staff How often do students actually use the library in their free time? In an interview about whether or not the library should be utilized more, […]


By Desiree Leong & Kevin Chen, Clarion Staff Over the past months, many repairs and renovations have improved the interior and exterior of Kennedy’s campus, including the main gym, concrete […]

STATE OF THE CAMPUS: Bugs and Rodents, Oh My!

By Xavier Martinez, Clarion Staff Lately there have been sightings of bugs and rodents on the school campus and unsurprisingly, many students have been scared, disgusted, disturbed, and have run […]

Girls Tennis Players Double Their Fun

By Brandyn Matsumoto Coming off a superb season in 2017, Coach Teweles had high hopes for this years team but after a rough start, losing their first four games including […]


By Liliana Lopez, Copy Editor Many students who walked onto the JFK campus at the beginning of this school year may have been angered, surprised, or perhaps confused after discovering […]