Senior Trip to Disney Cancelled, Replaced by Zoo By Keir Joy

By Keir Joy, Happiness Consumer Unfortunately, this year, the senior trip to Disneyland has been canceled in lieu of a field trip to the zoo. Coming from a mix of educational and safety concerns, it was a shared feeling that the trip overall would be more worthwhile if it was changed to a local area, instead of the repetitive trip to the land of mouse … Continue reading Senior Trip to Disney Cancelled, Replaced by Zoo By Keir Joy

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

Waving Goodbye to the surf team

By Karissa Jones, Claritin Staff The Kennedy surf team has had a terrible year so far this season. For the first time since the drought of 2016, the team of rad dudes and dudettes is unable to compete in the Metro League. The rough start is causing the athletes to worry for their performance at the 2019 World Surf League Championship Tour, which will decide … Continue reading Waving Goodbye to the surf team

Time Capsule Reveals Signs of a Simpler Time

By Brett To, HIs/her/They/It-storian Kennedy administration made the long-awaited decision to open the historic time capsule located in Office Manager Maria Valim’s office. The 2006 treasure chest’s contents pleasantly surprised the students who were fortunate enough to witness the unboxing. The black box included artifacts such as a Helio Hero mobile phone offering one-button access to MySpace, a Nintendo DS Lite, a pair of Heelys, … Continue reading Time Capsule Reveals Signs of a Simpler Time

Senior Trip to Disney Cancelled, Replaced by Zoo

By Keir Joy, Happiness Consumer Unfortunately, this year, the senior trip to Disneyland has been canceled in lieu of a field trip to the zoo. Coming from a mix of educational and safety concerns, it was a shared feeling that the trip overall would be more worthwhile if it was changed to a local area, instead of the repetitive trip to the land of mouse … Continue reading Senior Trip to Disney Cancelled, Replaced by Zoo

School: “Our best course of action to punish students who miss class is to have them miss class.”

By Dean Tensean, Traffic Reporter School administration announced new policy in an effort to combat the dramatic increase of student truancy and tardiness. “We gotta crack down on these heathens,” stated Dean of Detention Gogh Te Krasche, “We gotta make policy that ensures these irresponsible pupils will suffer the consequences of not arriving to class in time, something that will teach them to never do … Continue reading School: “Our best course of action to punish students who miss class is to have them miss class.”

An Unfortunate Turn of Events

By Koa Kinsbad, Food Critic After being served an undercooked piece of exotic Bulgarian steak by Aima Wakow, junior at Kennedy and culinary student, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay demanded the closure of Kennedy’s much celebrated culinary class. Wakow had won Ramsay’s online student cooking competition a month before, taking the top score of 10 out of 20. Ramsay’s visit was simply part of the final … Continue reading An Unfortunate Turn of Events

“Abrakadabra, Magic Club Gone?”

By DeeDee Lou Shanelle, Campus Visionary At Kennedy, students with an interest in fooling an audience with optical illusions, sleight of hand, and clever card tricks, the Kennedy Magic Club was the place to be. The club, which offered an environment for students to practice fooling an audience and the art of deception, however, has recently vanished without a trace. In the past, the club … Continue reading “Abrakadabra, Magic Club Gone?”

A Student was Abducted by Aliens          

By Aryanna Zavala, Copy Editor On April 20, 2018, Aileen Martin, a student at John F. Kennedy High School, claims to have been abducted by extraterrestrials and experimented on. The student was attempting to hack the Arecibo Observatory, located in Puerto Rico and they focus on scientific research, to send a message to extraterrestrials. She claims that she was not sure that she hacked into … Continue reading A Student was Abducted by Aliens