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SCTA, SCUSD Make Agreements, Strike Averted

By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor After over a year of negotiations beginning in October of last year, the Sacramento City Teachers Association (SCTA) strike has been avoided due to both […]

Students Continue to Grow by Leaves and Mounds

By Aryanna Zavala, Copy Editor A gardening class has been added as an elective choice for students in Kennedy’s Special Education department. Robin Gunning and Chloe Stidger are the instructors […]

Is There a Nurse in the K-House?

By Jianna Beasley, Creative Director Many students have probably experienced an off day, perhaps starting with an uncomfortable feeling in your stomach that you ignore or a headache or just […]

Wayback Machine – November 26, 1986

From Kennedy Clarion, Vol. 20, No. 4 By Adrianna Iorio Indoor Swimming At Kennedy On October 24th, 1986 an unknown vandal flooded Kennedy’s main gym. The Sacramento Recreation Department issued […]

Link Crew Brings Students Back Together at JFK

By Saeri Plagmann, Features Editor During her freshman year, Sariyah Williams, current senior at John F. Kennedy High School, experienced what people call the “Freshmen Blues.” “I had no idea […]

Holiday of the Week: Learn a Word Day

By Cynthia Dominguez, Opinions Editor Out of countless holidays, few provide the same amount of useless information as Learn a New Word Day. Annually observed on October 16th, the holiday […]

Holiday of the Week: National Noodle Day

By Brandan Wong, Clarion Staff Throughout the history of mankind’s existence, humanity was capable of creating many different varieties of cut pieces of dough served hot in the form otherwise […]