Providing Opportunity to Improve Physical Health

A grant of $50,000 is given to Kennedy to build a new fitness center By Alexis Miranda (Special Features Editor) -3/16/17 With the help of the Joseph Drown Foundation and UCLA, Kennedy has unveiled a new fitness center that is open to students, staff, and eventually, the community. The $50,000 grant that was given to Kennedy did not happen overnight. Due to a lack of any cardiovascular or aerobic equipment on campus and limited physical…

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The Arc Program

A quick rundown on whats happening within Arc By Enrique Ormeno (Staff Writer) -3/6/17 The Arc program at Kennedy has recently seen a reduction within the staff and in the extracurricular activities offered on campus. Various coaches and a cooking teacher were dismissed. The issue the program is facing is finding a method that works, a method that allows them to have enough money throughout the year to fund all the activities they have planned….

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Let’s Get Freakish

A review on the first season of Freakish By Caridad Valle (Staff Writer) -11/7/16 Kennedy High School is starting to get a bit freaky. Hulu’s new television series, Freakish, filmed multiple scenes at Kennedy. The show starts off with multiple teenagers arriving to school for either Saturday detention or other extracurricular activities. An emergency call alerts all the students that the chemical plant in their town has exploded, resulting in everyone being ordered to go inside….

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The Killing Joke

A review on The Killing joke By Mikaella Ibanez (staff Writer) -10/10/16 The highly anticipated adaptation of Alan Moore’s graphic novel, Batman: The Killing Joke has finally arrived. On July 22, 2016, the DC Animated Universe film first premiered at the San Diego Comic-Con. With its release came many mixed reviews from both loyal fans and critics alike. The adaptation of the acclaimed graphic novel has been both praised for its casting choices, plot and soundtrack yet…

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Welcoming Mrs. Streif

By Lalli Hernandez (OP/ED Editor) -9/29/16 Kennedy welcomes a new assistant principal who is ready to take on the responsibilities that come along with her title. A new assistant principal, Angelica Streif, has joined the Kennedy staff this fall semester and is playing a major role in keeping both students and teachers as comfortable and happy as possible this school year. After working with LAUSD for 16 years, coincidentally the same amount of years that…

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