Girls Soccer: Winning Both on and Off the Field

By Kimberly Landeck, Clarion Production Mgr. No matter how successful or unsuccessful the season is, all Kennedy sports teams deserve an equal amount of recognition and love, especially Kennedy’s girl JV and varsity soccer teams. With an overall record of 8-6-1 and a Metro League score of 5-4-1, the varsity team may not dominate the leaderboards, but Kennedy players still consider the season to be … Continue reading Girls Soccer: Winning Both on and Off the Field

Students Get Active In Response to Evac

By Sophia O’Neal, Clarion Staff The recent evacuation on Friday, March 16 raised a lot of questions for many students, parents and faculty about Kennedy’s emergency plans and procedures. There is no set protocol for events, but there absolutely should be. Due to the recent shooting and bomb threats, the Kennedy student body has been really shaken up and demand answers and a sounder plan … Continue reading Students Get Active In Response to Evac

Way Back Machine – 1 Year Ago

Vol. 46 No. 3: April 1, 2017 By Clarion Staff McClatchy Quiets the Lion by ‘Soft-Petaling’ a New Mascot “…the 80-year-old school shocked the school’s alumni by abruptly changing their mascot to the dandelion…” “Many children blow on [the dandelion], hoping that their dreams will come true. Perhaps McClatchy students can now wish that their school will one day be as wonderful as John F. … Continue reading Way Back Machine – 1 Year Ago

Cougars Lose Hell Bowl for First Time in Three Years

By Eddie Rodrigues, Clarion Staff Kennedy’s varsity football team put up a valiant effort during their 27-6 loss to McClatchy in this year’s Hell Bowl on October 6th at Hughes Stadium, Sacramento City College. Despite the fall, the players never gave up and fought to the very end. A highlight and a huge plus to Kennedy’s efforts was when senior star player #5 Zavionne Wilson … Continue reading Cougars Lose Hell Bowl for First Time in Three Years

McClatchy Quiets the Lion by ‘Soft-Petaling’ a New Mascot

By Billie Rae Bisepp, Disciple of All Living Things Since C.K. McClatchy High School’s opening in 1937, the school has featured the lion as their mascot. Earlier this week, the 80-year-old school shocked the school’s alumni by abruptly changing their mascot to the dandelion. This major update created a backlash that has been covered heavily by multiple news sources, social media sites, and even outside … Continue reading McClatchy Quiets the Lion by ‘Soft-Petaling’ a New Mascot

Freshmen See McClatchy as Better Plan for Sophomore Year

By Shaft Milken, Telegraph Repairman “Man, Kennedy? More like Kennedon’t.”  Ken D. Bailer, a freshman, says. He misses the excitement that he was promised when he came to Kennedy. “I was told there would be grand fights, spanning three floors! Too bad campus security is too good for students. I’ll move to McClatchy, they don’t have the potential for big fights but at least they happen.” … Continue reading Freshmen See McClatchy as Better Plan for Sophomore Year

Hoopsters Prevail in Friday 13th Contest Against Rival

By Katelyn Yang, Clarion Staff On Friday, January 13, Kennedy boys basketball teams played three home games against rival school, McClatchy. The Kennedy teams at all three levels played amazingly, showing how hard they’ve worked to be as good as they are now, and will only continue to improve as the season progresses.   The winning scores were freshman 42-37, junior varsity 75-47, and varsity 62-54. … Continue reading Hoopsters Prevail in Friday 13th Contest Against Rival