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Coffee with the Principal and Administrators

Parents/Guardians - please join us on Monday, August 10th at 10am for Coffee with the Principal and Administrators. Please use the Principal's Sunday Message information to log in to this Zoom Meeting
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Distance Learning Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

What is distance learning? • Distance Learning is defined as when a student and instructor are in different locations. During this time of Covid 19, JFK teachers are working from home preparing and delivering lessons. It is the expectation of the teaching staff that every student will communicate with his/her teacher on a regular basis. How do I communicate with my teachers? To learn more please click on the title under the picture.
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Fall Sports Moved to December

As a direct result of the Covid-19 pandemic, California Interscholastic Federation Los Angeles City Section (CIFLACS) has moved Fall Sports to December 2020.
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Superintendent Beutner's Update on Schools Reopening

“Unfortunately, Covid-19 continues to spread in the Los Angeles area and the virus is going to impact how we start the new school year. While the new school year will begin on August 18 as scheduled, it will not begin with students at the school facilities. The health and safety of all in the school community is not something we can compromise.”
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Grab & Go Open This Summer

Grab & Go Food Centers (including Kennedy HS) are open through out the Summer Monday-Friday 8am-11am until August 14.
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Mental Health Support for Students and Families

The transition to distance learning has been challenging for students and families. If you need help with food, shelter or other life events that prevent you form being successful, please call (213) 241-3840 for assistance. Support is available in both English and Spanish.
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How to Support Your Teenager During the Coronavirus Crisis

Home confinement for teenagers is always a challenging task but given the Corona virus pandemic, it has become a mandatory order known as the Safer at Home by LA Mayor Garcetti & Governor Gavin Newsom. To learn more please click on the title under picture. This information is available in English and Spanish.