By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor Today, Thursday, October 12 is International Moment of Frustration Scream Day. Frustrated individuals can celebrate the holiday by letting out the most piercing scream they […]
Friday, September 29 is National Coffee Day. Read more to find where to save near Kennedy.
By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor Kennedy’s swim team is accelerating to new heights as some of the school’s records, some as old as 30 years, were broken by several students. […]
The ASB cabinet candidates plan to bolster school spirit and connect to more students on campus, including plans for events and a suggestion box.
By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor The reason to smile today Limerick Day, shout hooray! Though quite inconsequential But a teeny bit special I don’t have permission from Jose. Today, […]
JFK Senior Chan Henry shares her experience playing tuba and sousaphone in JFK's marching band.
By Topher Rong, Italian Noodle Expert Thursday, March 30th, students protested the district’s ban on spaghetti straps, claiming that the Second Amendment guarantees the “right to bare arms.” In the […]
By Christopher Wong and Dominic J Larsen, Editorial Staff A recent move by Kennedy administration to discontinue the Senior Auction fundraiser has caused debate between students in favor of continuing […]
By Connie Spirist, Skepticism Editor JFK’s Junior class government is being accused of conspiracy for planning a Class Colors Day on Friday, March 17th. March 17th was also St. Patrick’s Day. The […]
By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor Hold the phone. Today, March 10, is National Landline Telephone Day. The holiday celebrates the invention of the landline telephone, which was successfully tested for […]
By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor Kennedy is home to thousands of human teenagers, and all human beings have normal bodily functions, one of those being the need to use the […]
By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor January 27th is Thomas Crapper Day. Although Thomas Crapper is thought to have invented the flush toilet, in reality he had a minor impact in […]
By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor Last Friday, January 20th, Kennedy’s women’s basketball teams demolished Hiram Johnson’s team with a score of 57-25. The game was not unusual for team captain […]
Online shopping offers many luxuries to shoppers, offering many items to choose from and ease of searching for exactly what to buy. However, online shopping comes with a downside, shipping. […]
By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor The Clarion had the opportunity to talk to one of Kennedy’s longest-serving campus monitors, Sly Shelton to help answer often-asked questions from students on our campus about […]
By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor Events play out around us every day. Good and evil act out and bring charity, hope, tragedy, and anger. The population needs a way to […]
Summer is well underway, but the staff of The Clarion has not just been sitting around doing nothing, or walking around in circles catching Pokemon. On July 8 and 9, […]