Varsity Swimmers and Diver Make it to Metros for the First Time in Three Years

Olivia Miller, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2020

Ian Virga and Amelie House (left and middle) competed at Metros in the 100 yard backstroke, and Olivia Miller (right) competed in 1 meter diving. No, the swimming pool is not located on the third floor of Kennedy High School (...

Dear Students: An Open Letter from High School

Feven Shonga, Staff Reporter

May 2, 2020

Dear Students, The four years you spend in high school will be some of the most crucial years of your young lives. These few years will be filled with highs and lows, but you can--and should--make the best of them. You’re...

Middle School Versus High School: the Transition

Grace Nangueri, Staff Reporter

May 2, 2020

This fall, as we put away our swimsuits and pulled out our books, the school doors swung open in anticipation of the new school year. As students returned to school, many of us had to go through the dreaded change of a lifetime:...

Open Safety: the Future of Open Lunch at Kennedy

Liz Shanahan, Staff Reporter

May 2, 2020

Kennedy High School used to have open lunch, where students could leave campus for lunch, but that program has since ended. The reasoning behind this decision has not always been clear--oftentimes, all students hear is that not...

With All Rebirthing, it Takes Time: The Journey of Kennedy Football in 2018

Olivia Miller, Reporter

November 28, 2018

Kennedy’s football program is in the development stage of it’s rebirth. It’s not going to “happen overnight” - or in this case, even over a couple months. The team has doubled in size since last season, going from havin...

Boys Varsity Soccer’s First Playoff Win of 2018

Eilem Aguilar and Adriana Quinonez-Solano

November 20, 2018

Concluding with a winning season, the Varsity boys soccer team moved on to the first round of playoffs, facing one of John F. Kennedy’s biggest rivals, Wheaton High School. The county soccer playoffs began on Friday, where our boys...

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