The Clarion School Newspaper

Overview

The Kennedy Clarion

The Clarion is written, edited and produced by members of the JFK Clarion Media club. It is a non-profit publication paid for by advertisements and donations. The Clarion newspaper was established as an open forum for student expression. The content of the Clarion reflects the interests and ideas of students but not necessarily those of JFK administration, faculty and staff.

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Kennedy Clarion
Volume XLVI Issue IV • June 2017

Inside
2-9 — News & Opinions
10-11 — Periodic Table
12-13 — Features
14-15 — Art Features
16-17 — Entertainment
18-20 — Sports

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Kennedy Clarion
Volume XLVI Issue III • April 2017

Inside

2-3 — News & Opinion
4-5 — Features
6-7 — Sports

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Kennedy Claritin
Volume XLVI Issue III • April 2017

Inside

2 — More Fake News  
3 — Wild Opinions  
4 — Sports, what?  
5 — Other stuff

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Kennedy Clarion
Volume XLVI Issue II • January 2017

Inside

2-3 — News
4-5 — Opinions
6-7 — Sports
8-9 — Entertainment
10-12 — Features

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Kennedy Clarion
Volume XLVI Issue 1• October 2016

Schools all over America currently face new math and English standards that were implemented by a group of educators representing many states. These standards, known as Common Core, have proven to be slightly more challenging than the previous standards. Although there are viable justifications for implementing Common CORE, many teachers and students struggle with the material and how it is presented.

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