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Category: FEATURES

Highlights on clubs, students, and staff that help make Kennedy an amazing place.

Kennedy Girls Unite In Power

By Leticia Esparza, Clarion Staff One of the newest clubs on the campus is Girls United Club.   The mission of the club is to inform and educate Kennedy students as […]

Featured Athlete: Kiana Lee

By Alex Ng, Chief Photographer The John F. Kennedy student body is proud to hold an amazing sports program that features many talented student athletes, who not only perform on the […]

Mr. Lee, The New Drama Teacher

By Marsiana Pound, Clarion Staff During the first semester, Kennedy’s drama class struggled to find a suitable teacher for the class. However, students enrolled in the class received welcome news […]

Kennedy Bands March Into Spring

By Katelyn Yang, Clarion Staff On March 9th, Kennedy’s band, drumline, and orchestra performed their spring concert for the students, parents and Kennedy staff in the auditorium.  The concert was […]

ASSETS Leadership Class

By Cynthia Dominguez, Clarion Staff As high school students become young adults and prepare to enter the adult world, some lack the necessary skills to prosper. In effort to help […]

Club Highlight: Project Move

by Adrianna Iorio, Clarion Staff At Kennedy there are a multitude of unique clubs for a variety of interests, ranging from animals to sports. One club in particular is well-known […]

Going Green with Solar Energy

By Valentina Duong, Creative Director It would be difficult to notice the difference between LEDs and fluorescent light bulbs without seeing the results of Green Catalyst’s, JFK’s environmental club, energy […]

A Novel Class For Art Fans

By Mai Houa Thao, Clarion Staff Many people wish to possess a skill that they lack or to improve a skill they already have. For some people, that desired skill […]

ASSETs, The Place to Be

by Mai Houa Thao, Clarion Staff The first thing people do in a new place is to try and fit in, and ASSETs is a program that serves as one […]

Three New Kennedy Staff Featured

by Valentina Duong, Clarion Staff Mrs. Emelina Emaas – Science Teacher Before she went into the teaching profession forty-two years ago, Mrs. Emelina Emaas was an independent, hardworking twenty-year old […]

The World According to Sly

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 […]

CJA, A Criminally Good Program

By Cameron Cowling, Clarion Staff The Criminal Justice Academy is a magnet program at Kennedy where students can prepare themselves for careers in all areas of criminal justice. The goal […]