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STATE OF THE CAMPUS: We Can Fix It

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 […]

STATE OF THE CAMPUS: Bathroom Bluff

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 […]

Free AP Tests for You! And You! And You!

By Ethan Vue, Clarion Staff Due to high prices, a number of students don’t take the Advanced Placement (AP) exams every May; this year, however, things have completely changed. The […]

Kennedy Drama Productions: Where’s The Money?

By Arooba Muqaddar, Clarion Staff Not long ago, flyers around JFK’s doors and windows announced auditions for the Stephen King themed Kennedy High School Drama Production. Sadly, however, the production […]

The Sun Also Rises

By Joseph Temblador, Clarion Editor-in-Chief Kennedy’s annual Senior Sunrise is a time for comradery and contemplation, a bastion of things to come, and a reminder that moments are fleeting.  Senior […]

The Clarion’s AP Test Tips

By Cynthia Dominguez, Opinions Editor After spending an entire year or semester enrolled in an Advanced Placement class, students are given the opportunity to take an examination to prove that […]

Families Can Opt Out of Standardized Testing

By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor Kennedy will administer standardized tests throughout the entire month of April, with different tests each week. While many students welcome some time out of class, […]

Mayor Steinberg Stands With Us

By Saeri Plagmann, Features Editor Shortly after Kennedy’s evacuation from a bomb threat on Friday, March 16, 2018, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg held a press conference at City Hall with […]

Prom Prices Vary Across the Region

By Adrianna Iorio, Clarion Staff Prom is known to be quite pricey. With dresses, corsages, and shoes everything accumulates to a pretty high number. However, John F. Kennedy’s price seemed […]