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    Community Fireside Chat with Principal Scott - We will discuss Spring In Person Learning opportunities, safety measures and program expections

    Thursday, April 15, 6PM

    Join Zoom Meeting
    https://wccusd.zoom.us/j/94722738990?pwd=V1I4N1BCc1J5NDdlcWxuZ2NrdTlGUT09

    Meeting ID: 947 2273 8990
    Passcode: 022039



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  •  Spring Return Form

    Are you interested in your student returning to school in person this spring?  If so, fill out this survey as soon as possible!  The options we have available for you are detailed on the link, and the program starts on Monday, April 19:

     

    tinyurl.com/jfkspring21

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  • John F. Kennedy High School ELAC Meeting 

    April 20, 2021

    6PM

    Join Zoom Meeting https://wccusd.zoom.us/j/96603427420?pwd=ekxESTJNTEoxS3V3UFhlVEllVHg5dz09

    Meeting ID: 966 0342 7420

    Passcode: 996253

     

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  • Antoine

    The Richmond Police Department and Kennedy High School are seeking community support in locating a missing student.

    Antoine Whittley, a junior at Kennedy High School, was last seen Wednesday, February 10, at approximately 8:30 p.m. exiting a rideshare vehicle on the Richmond/San Rafael Bridge.

    Antoine was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black/green pants with camouflage stripe, and a black COVID-19 facial covering. Richmond Police are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the safe return of Antoine.

    If you have any information about Antoine's whereabouts, please contact Detective K. Palma at the Richmond Police Department at 510-621-1276 or email kpalma@richmondpd.net.

     

    When school resumes on Monday, February 22nd, the Kennedy Crisis Team consisting of district and site counselors, community-based agencies, and site support staff will be available to support students, families, and staff during this time. 



     

     

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Kennedy Highlights

  • The Eagle Family Bulletin 10.26.20 Spanish version

    The Eagle Family Bulletin English version

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  • The Eagle Family Bulletin 9.21.20

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  • The Eagle Family Bulletin September 7, 2020

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  • Introducing Principal Jarod Scott! 

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    Welcome to the 2020-21 school year. 

     

    I am honored and excited to serve as Principal of Kennedy High School. It is with great pride and humility that I accept this tremendous opportunity and important responsibility. Through servant-leadership and with a spirit of collaboration, transparent communication, and trust, I begin this journey with Kennedy and the greater Richmond community. It is one of my highest priorities to engage, encourage and empower our scholars in preparing them for success in college and careers. We build on the school's rich history and proud tradition and Kennedy will become the first choice school for district students. 

     

    I bring 20 years of experience and passion in teaching and learning and leading school transformation and turnaround in diverse urban schools. I graduated from Clark Atlanta University and Georgia State University, in Atlanta, GA and completed the National Institute for Urban School Leaders Program at Harvard. I remain committed to social justice, educational excellence, equity, and engagement. Most recently, I served as a Principal in Oakland, where we celebrated increased college and career readiness levels and improved graduation rates.  

     

    My vision for Kennedy is to become a world-class high school centered on learning, leadership, and innovation that prepares all scholars for college, career and community success. As a community, we commit to the following:  

    • We will celebrate diversity and cultivate the social and emotional needs of all students in a caring and safe environment. 
    • We will focus on rigorous academics, relevant and meaningful learning experiences, and caring relationships. 
    • We will work in partnership with students, staff, families and community stakeholders to engage, inspire, and empower all scholars. 

     

    Finally, family and work-life balance are important to me. I have a beautiful family that is extremely supportive of my work; my wife Julie of 17 years and my son Anderson. You will see them around campus supporting our programs and, on the sidelines, cheering us on during athletic events. I look forward to your input, collaboration, and partnership.

     

    Sincerely, 

     

    Jarod M. Scott, Principal

    Kennedy High School  

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