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  • Celebrating the Class of 2020!!

    Special thanks to several local media websites for showcasing our seniors. Below you will find articles and great photos:

    Our social media sites also captured these special moments; when you visit the sites, don't forget to like and follow us!

    • Our Instagram page includes a story about the cap-and-gown pickup (@kennedyhighofficial)
    • Our Twitter feed includes photos from the first day of graduation (@KennedyHighSch1)
    • Our Facebook page has 12 videos from both graduation (@jfkhsrichmond)

    In July, WCCUSD will release a professionally-produced video that will include speeches, performances and photos of all of the graduates.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Students: We hope you are doing well during this time. We know that this is a difficult time for many families and school has changed a lot since March. Please contact your teachers, an administrator, or your counselor if you have questions or concerns. Click here for answers to the most frequently asked questions about what's going on now that learning is happening online.

    Estudiantes: Esperamos que esten bien durante este tiempo. Sabemos que es un tiempo difícil para muchas familias y que la escuela ha cambiado mucho desde marzo. Por favor, comuniquese con sus maestros, un administrador, o con su consejero si tienen preguntas o dudas. Haga clic aquí para obtener respuestas a las preguntas más frecuentes sobre lo que está sucediendo ahora que el aprendizaje se realiza en línea.

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  • Resources for Families During School Closures

    We know that there are many families who are struggling financially because of the economic impact of the shelter-in-place restrictions. We also know that families might be dealing with issues related to housing, mental health, or immigration. Our District has compiled a list of organizations that you can contact for assistance. The list is available on the District’s eLearning website.

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  • As we continue to implement our new schoolwide expectations -- Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Engaged -- one of our key focus areas is attendance. We need all students to Be Responsible by arriving to every class, on time, ready to learn.

    Frequent absences can be a sign that a student is losing interest in school, struggling with school work, dealing with a bully or facing some other potentially serious difficulty.

    Families: we continue to ask for your help to prioritize attendance and to communicate with us so that we can help you and your students improve their attendance. 

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