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Kennedy Wins Gold, Silver, and Bronze at the LAUSD Academic Decalthlon

Itzel Rosas won silver in interview & silver for her speech "Geovany".
Christian Mendoza won silver in interview, gold for "Rocky" speech, & leadership.
Samantha Delgado won silver in interview & bronze for "My Soldier" speech.
Caridad Valle won gold in interview and gold for her speech "Poetry".
Cody Perez was the team high scorer.

California Scholarship Federation (CSF) Is Now Accepting Applications for Spring 2018

The California Scholarship Federation (CSF), a nationally recognized honor society, is now accepting applications for spring semester membership. If you are a second semester freshman or above, who had no D’s or Fail’s on your 20 week fall grades, come by and see Ms. Serrano’s in Room B200 for an application. All applications are due on February 23, 2018.

Senior Disneyland Grad Nite 2018 will be Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 8am to 3am (Sunday)

Tickets go on sale during Parent Conference Night for $175 and go up to $200 just before Spring Break. This includes transportation to and from Disneyland and a Park Hopper Ticket. The bus leaves Kennedy at 8am and returns at 3am. No tickets will be sold after Friday, March 23. You must be a PTSA member ($8). If you are ineligible for graduation, you are ineligible for Grad Nite. NO REFUNDS.

"Doors to College" Parent Workshops in February in the Mornings, Afternoons, and on Saturdays

We know that planning for college for your child can be an overwhelming task. That is why we invite you to participate in “Doors to College”. It is a FREE 8-part series of parent workshops to help you better understand the road to a post-secondary education for your child. The path to getting into a good college can be very complicated and expensive unless you understand the process.

The 1Million Project Will Provide 250 Kennedy Students with a Free Wireless Device and Internet

The Sprint Foundation’s has teamed up with LAUSD to provide 250 Kennedy students with a free Chromebook and access to the Internet through a hotspot device with 3GB of high-speed LTE data per month. The 1Million Project is a multiyear initiative and students will be chosen based on need. This program will facilitate Kennedy’s transition to having a school with 1 device for every student.

SkillsUSA and Teaching Academy Revamps Kennedy's Preschool Playground for the Cougar Cubs

Kennedy’s award-winning SkillsUSA chapter kicked off kindness week with the grand re-opening of the preschool playground. The area was originally constructed by our SkillsUSA chapter in 2010 and sadly fell into disrepair. With SkillsUSA’s focus on community service and a strong connection to the playground space, the SkillsUSA students teamed up with the Teaching Academy students to rehabilitate the playground over the course of five days.

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