In Their New Play, Drama is Proving to Be “A Little Shop of Promise”

By Joe Temblador, Clarion Staff The curtains open, lights flicker, and in the foreground of the stage, a hobo played by junior Yandry Ortiz sprawls along the cold, wood flooring of the Little Theatre with a bottle of spirits and her wits. Around the audience trash litters the floor, haphazard signs line the walls, and the viewer is transported into New York City’s fictitious “Skid … Continue reading In Their New Play, Drama is Proving to Be “A Little Shop of Promise”

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, others would prefer to attend classes. With students’ concerns about missing instructional time in preparation for finals and AP tests in May in addition to a general dislike of standardized tests, a sizable number would … Continue reading Families Can Opt Out of Standardized Testing