Restrictions on websites in SCUSD

By Gerardo Lopez, Clarion Staff Reporter The Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD) and other districts around the nation have programs such as GoGuardian, Cisco Umbrella and Lightspeed Relay Systems to keep students safe from harmful websites. You can see all of these programs on your extensions at the top right of your browser window. These programs are meant to prevent things like phishing, malware … Continue reading Restrictions on websites in SCUSD

Opinion: Senioritis is present, and more than laziness

By Lailah Gladney, Clarion Managing Editor As this time-paradox of a school year is somehow quickly and slowly coming to an end, there’s an undeniable shift in my mind, as a senior. I’ve committed to my college, am nearing my AP exams, and have ordered my cap and gown. The future is at the forefront of my mind more than ever, while the present (school … Continue reading Opinion: Senioritis is present, and more than laziness

Our first “normal” rally of the year

By Maddis Gregson, Clarion Staff Reporter  Kennedy spring spirit days and rally took place the week following spring break, with a theme of Alice in Wonderland.  Throughout the week, the Student Body would come to second period classes to count everyone who dressed up for spirit days. Seniors came in first place with the most spirit points. The Spring rally was held Friday at Kennedy … Continue reading Our first “normal” rally of the year

Unsanitary bathroom problems

By Michel Baez Vargas and JonPaul Yee, Clarion Staff Going to the bathroom is a necessity in everyday life, especially for students at Kennedy who spend about seven hours on campus. However, many students have complained about other students stirring up trouble in the restrooms.  Many students complain about the lack of toilet paper, paper towels, and soap. Others complain about sanitary problems such as … Continue reading Unsanitary bathroom problems

Should JFK have off-campus lunch?

By JonPaul Yee, Clarion Staff Students are encouraged to bring their own lunch from home, however, many students find themselves asking the school, “Why can’t we go home for lunch?” or “Why can’t I go to the nearest food place and bring it back to school for lunch?”  This raises the question whether John F Kennedy should allow their students to have off-campus lunch/outside food. … Continue reading Should JFK have off-campus lunch?