By Brandyn Matsumoto, Clarion Staff Lunch for high school students is an important aspect of a students day that keeps them focused for the remaining hours of school. Students need lunch to recharge and take a break from the hard work. However the problem with these lunch breaks are that they are very short. It seems as if there isn’t enough time to catch up … Continue reading Big Bite Short Lunch
Vol. 16 No. 13, May 27, 1983 By Saeri Plagmann, Features Editor Successful African American Students Recognized by Fraternities The Epsilon XI Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity sponsored their sixth annual awards banquet to recognize and award graduating black seniors who have made significant accomplishments throughout their high school career. Students from all 21 high schools in the greater Sacramento area have … Continue reading Way Back Machine – 35 Years Ago
By Enia Chanthapaseuth, Clarion Staff A high school in Lebanon, Pennsylvania is forcing students to smile. The Clarion found out what Kennedy students think about this action. Continue reading Kennedy Voices – Students Required to Smile?