Japan Trip Takes Flight

Kennedy students’ opportunity for a new adventure in 2017 By Alexis Miranda (Special features editor) -6/27/16 Knowing how to live, or as the French would say savoir vivre, is a phrase that Madam Denise Dupré teaches to her French students as a life lesson. With a politeness that travels across every border and is present in every country, Dupré is hoping to expose Kennedy students to this idea by taking them to Japan in the…

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A Phone Call to Our Past

Dr. Petri’s Vietnam Veteran project By Damaris Galeano (Staff Writer) -6/23/16 At the end of every year for the past three years, History teacher Dr. Scott M. Petri has been assigning his students a Vietnam veterans project in order to teach them persistence and interviewing skills. This project is not only for said skills but to give a hands-on experience to the tragic and traumatic events of the war. “You could just teach them the facts,”…

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Kennedy teacher coaches: They do it for the kids

What is it like to be a Kennedy coach and a teacher?  By Carlos Camacho (Sports Editor) -6/20/16 JFK athletes are known for the hard work and long hours they put in to perform at their best come game day, but arguably, the people most responsible for a team’s success are the coaches. They take time away from their personal lives to help the players develop fundamentally and get the team playing on a competitive…

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