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The staff, students, and parents or guardians of John F. Kennedy are committed to a safe and caring environment, one that promotes excellence and pride in self, school, and community.

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We respect individual and cultural diversity as it promotes understanding of the humanity of all people. We expect all students to achieve their highest potential and encourage them to become responsible and productive members of society.

Kennedy students strive to Have a Purpose in all that they do, Be Thoughtful about how they treat others, Seek Understanding when making judgements, and strive to Get Invested in their education, their community, and the future.

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SENIORS! Lawn Sign Pick-Up @ JFK

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Senior lawn signs have arrived and will be available for pick-up beginning on April 12th and ending on April 23rd, from 8:30am - 3:30pm.  They will be located in the “boneyard” (the room for materials pick-up that is behind the bike rack in the student parking lot).  We will be checking students off that pick up their lawn sign to ensure that we have enough for each senior.  There is only one sign available per senior student.  

If you are unable to pick up the sign yourself, a member of your household is also able to pick it up on your behalf.   If you need to have A NON-HOUSEHOLD MEMBER pick up your sign, please complete the OPTIONAL form below so that we know who you are authorizing to pick-up the sign on your behalf.  (An example of a non-household member is a neighbor, relative, friend, etc.

https://forms.gle/c91iUwdR2HSvTpw17

JFK Welcome Tour

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In an effort to support our freshmen students and any students who are brand new to campus, we have arranged welcome tours for students who will be returning to in-person learning on April 22nd.  This is not an orientation event and is optional for students to participate in.  Students will be placed in groups no larger than three and students will be expected to adhere to school guidelines for safety and social distancing.  In order to ensure small groups, tours will be limited to students only and we are asking parents to remain in their cars.

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JFK Welcome Tour

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In an effort to support our freshmen students and any students who are brand new to campus, we have arranged welcome tours for students who will be returning to in-person learning on April 22nd.  This is not an orientation event and is optional for students to participate in.  Students will be placed in groups no larger than three and students will be expected to adhere to school guidelines for safety and social distancing.  In order to ensure small groups, tours will be limited to students only and we are asking parents to remain in their cars.

SENIORS! Lawn Sign Pick-Up @ JFK

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Senior lawn signs have arrived and will be available for pick-up beginning on April 12th and ending on April 23rd, from 8:30am - 3:30pm.  They will be located in the “boneyard” (the room for materials pick-up that is behind the bike rack in the student parking lot).  We will be checking students off that pick up their lawn sign to ensure that we have enough for each senior.  There is only one sign available per senior student.  

If you are unable to pick up the sign yourself, a member of your household is also able to pick it up on your behalf.   If you need to have A NON-HOUSEHOLD MEMBER pick up your sign, please complete the OPTIONAL form below so that we know who you are authorizing to pick-up the sign on your behalf.  (An example of a non-household member is a neighbor, relative, friend, etc.

https://forms.gle/c91iUwdR2HSvTpw17

John F. Kennedy Bulletin

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April 9, 2021

Dear John F. Kennedy Families:

As we get ready for our return to in-person instruction, please take time to view this video. It contains information about safety, the bell schedule, class schedules, social-emotional learning, and other resources available to support students. Click here for the slide deck.

Reminders

The 2020 Yearbook is Still Available

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If you have a pre-ordered a copy online or wish to purchase a yearbook, please go to Room V6 (the portable near the student parking lot), Monday to Friday from 8 am to Noon UNTIL FRIDAY , September 4. Cost of the yearbook is $85 (Cash Only), please have the exact change.”

New Job? Need a Work Permit?

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To obtain a minor work permit, students/minors should download the application form, gather the necessary information and approvals from their new employer, and from their parents or legal guardian. Once these forms are filled out completely and signed, submit the completed form to MarcWr@scusd.edu Requests will be processed within 48 hours.

If you need additional assistance please e-mail: MarcWr@scusd.edu