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John F. Kennedy High School Bulletin

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September 25, 2020

Dear John F. Kennedy Students and Families:

During the last week, I have received a number of questions about when in-person instruction is likely to resume, and when it does, what it will look like. Unfortunately, for now, I have little information to share. No timelines have been released, and as I understand it, we will remain in a distance learning model for the foreseeable future. Of course, should this change, I will be in touch as soon as possible.

John F. Kennedy High School Bulletin

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September 17, 2020

Dear John F. Kennedy Students and Families:

As we come to the end of the first full week of distance education, I want to thank you for your patience and support. I am pleased to share that classrooms are running smoothly, and students are receiving robust instruction. 

A few important pieces of information follow. Should you have a question or concern, the staff and I stand ready to assist.

Back-to-School Night

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.”

Tech Support Form

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Students, family members, faculty and staff: please use this form for speedy help with accessing your distance learning content.

John F. Kennedy High School Bulletin
"Zoombombing"

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Dear John F. Kennedy Families: 

As some may already know, schools around the nation are confronting a phenomenon known as “zoombombing,” defined as unwanted disruptions by Internet hackers during a Zoom class or meeting. In an effort to minimize these disturbances at John F. Kennedy, teachers will enable a feature that allows only authenticated users to enter our virtual classrooms. This additional layer of security allows students in but keeps others out.