Wayback Machine – 33 Years Ago Volume 19,  No. 7, April 2, 1986

By Will Seaver, Clarion Staff         Vandalism an Epidemic at Kennedy The top story about vandalism written by Jarrod Fong explains the serious problem of students stealing from lockers and also graffiti on buildings and even a tennis court. In response to this growing problem takes stiff and serious measures were taken against the perpetrators by adding retractable gates to both of the locker rooms. … Continue reading Wayback Machine – 33 Years Ago Volume 19,  No. 7, April 2, 1986

Way Back Machine – 35 Years Ago

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

Way Back Machine – 50 Years Ago

February 16, 1968 Volume 1 No. 4 By Sophia O’Neal, Clarion Staff   Senator Kennedy Invited to Dedication The Kennedy student body and faculty came together to celebrate the one year anniversary of the school’s dedication, May 26th. The date came shortly before the birthday of late president and school namesake, John F. Kennedy. The Native Daughters of California organization headed the ceremonies, with Lt. … Continue reading Way Back Machine – 50 Years Ago

Wayback Machine – November 26, 1986

From Kennedy Clarion, Vol. 20, No. 4 By Adrianna Iorio Indoor Swimming At Kennedy On October 24th, 1986 an unknown vandal flooded Kennedy’s main gym. The Sacramento Recreation Department issued a gym permit to hold a volleyball clinic, resulting in a custodian discovering a fire hose streaming water onto the gym’s hardwood floor. The clean up was pricy, resulting in $20,000 worth of damage, and … Continue reading Wayback Machine – November 26, 1986

The Clarion Wayback Machine: 25 Years Ago

Published in the Kennedy Clarion April 26, 1991 Vandalism Costs at JFK “… as a result of all the vandalism done, bathrooms have been locked up and, next year, lockers will not be available to any of the students. Mr. Lee said, ‘The lockers are going to be taken out of the wall and thrown away.” Wasting our Time “Everyone has at least pondered why … Continue reading The Clarion Wayback Machine: 25 Years Ago

The Clarion Wayback Machine: 40 years ago

Published in the Kennedy Clarion, November 7, 1975 Band-Aids planned (actual headline) Kennedy student government approved two fundraising events for the Kennedy Marching Band and Color Guard. Besides performing before school and sections of the band performing during the day on the Quad where they sold buttons, patches and hats; the band also held a one-time event called “Carna-Gram Day” where students sent carnations with … Continue reading The Clarion Wayback Machine: 40 years ago