The Gem Among Us

By Saeri Plagmann, Feature Editor If people were to consider all the things they take for granted in life, how many would start appreciating them? It is useless to simply recognize the things that are being disregarded every day; it all comes down to what people do after that realization. Malissia Bordeaux, a senior at Kennedy, took consideration of this at an early age. Malissia … Continue reading The Gem Among Us

Operation Ground Zero: Kennedy High is at the Forefront of the Gun Debate

By Dominic J Larsen, News Editor The number of school shootings has dramatically skyrocketed during the short lived twenty-first century, leading many on both sides of the aisle and folks from all walks of American life to look for solutions in order to prevent these senseless, perverted acts of violence. Following the horrific attack in Parkland, Florida on Valentine’s Day, in which 17 students were … Continue reading Operation Ground Zero: Kennedy High is at the Forefront of the Gun Debate

Superintendent Aguilar Addresses Inequity within Specialty Programs

By Adrianna Iorio, Clarion Staff On February 21, 2018 students and parents gathered in the new auditorium at C.K. McClatchy High School to seek answers regarding mistreatment of minority students in top academic programs. This meeting was held as a result of a controversial student science fair project.   The project compared IQ and race within the high school’s HISP honors program which is similar to Kennedy’s … Continue reading Superintendent Aguilar Addresses Inequity within Specialty Programs