Ping Pong club will not be meeting on next Monday. Instead, Ping Pong club will be meeting a day later on Tuesday, December 10th, in the Cafeteria from 3pm-4pm next week.
- Clubs & Activities
- Lancer Spirit Gear
- Hot Lunch Menu
- Driving Test - Practice
- ART CLUB
- AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
- CHESS TOURNAMENT
- COLOR GUARD
- DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB
- HIP HOP MUSIC MAKING
- HISTORY CLUB
- HUMAN RELATIONS CLUB
- INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL
- JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE
- KNOWLEDGE BOWL
- LADY LANCERS
- LANCERS AGAINST CANCER
- MATH TEAM
- MENS CLUB
- PEACE & JUSTICE
- PING PONG
- PRAISE BAND
- SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL
- SCIENCE CLUB
- SOUND AND LIGHT
- STUDENTS FOR LIFE
- TOURING COMPANY
- CLASS MODERATORS
CHEER ADVISORS: Lisa Jandusay
Color guard uses various equipment, such as flags, rifles, and sabres, along with dance, to express dynamic passages in the music accompanying the marching band or winter guard show.
COLOR GUARD ADVISOR: Andrea Filer
The Digital Photography Club provides students with the opportunity to learn the basics of photography, how to use a DSLR, and Photoshop. It also provides a place for current photography students to get extra help.
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB ADVISOR: Dale Dolejsi
To promote the awareness and appreciation of Historical Events. Club activities include visits to museums, movies, inviting guest speakers, social activities and the annual party.
HISTORY CLUB ADVISOR: Nick McCluskey
Representatives from each class plan assemblies and programs to further understanding among the various cultures present at Kennedy Catholic. Senior leaders work with the Campus Ministry Office in conflict resolution when necessary. Open to all students.
HUMAN RELATIONS CLUB ADVISOR: Maurice Jones
This program is designed to provide an opportunity for athletic participation to those students who do not participate in the formal athletic program. Students participating in “in season” basketball are not eligible for intramural basketball.
INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL ADVISOR: Mark Ralston
Knowledge Bowl is a state-wide organization that provides an outlet for students to test their knowledge in a fun and competitive way. The group competes on an interscholastic level with schools in the Seattle area and has traditionally placed at the state level.
KNOWLEDGE BOWL ADVISOR: John Cascio
This club sponsors social and community-service events. The purpose of the club is to provide service to the school as well as social events for Kennedy Catholic students. Every female student at Kennedy Catholic is a Lady Lancer Club member.
LADY LANCERS ADVISORS: Jeannie Dailey
A 24-hour walk-a-long fundraiser for the American Cancer Society in the fight against cancer, in addition to celebrating the lives of those who have battled cancer and remembering loved ones lost to the disease.
LANCERS AGAINST CANCER CLUB ADVISOR: Greg Caldwell
One of three recognized high school chapters in Washington State, this ministry sponsors fundraisers, food and toy drives, and other initiatives to directly benefit parishes in the South Seattle community and provides scholarships for students in Cuernavaca, Mexico. This ministry works closely with other groups to coordinate efforts on behalf of human rights issues. The group meets on Thursdays after school.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL CLUB ADVISOR: Annette Griffith
Learn how to properly set up and use sound and light equipment at Kennedy Catholic. One you have learned how to work the equipment, you will be eligible to help run equipment during school events.
SOUND AND LIGHT CLUB ADVISOR: Jerome Palmeri
Through education, fundraising, political action, and a commitment to social justice, the Students for Life Club encourages members of the world community to respect and preserve human life. This ministry is open to all students who are interested in promoting awareness and advocacy around issues that affect human life such as abortion, the death penalty, euthanasia, violence and war.
STUDENTS FOR LIFE CLUB ADVISOR: Stephen Barbarossa
The Kennedy Catholic Thespians annually present Fall and Spring productions. Students interested in either acting or behind-the-scenes roles should attend Touring Company meetings held in September.
TOURING COMPANY ADVISOR: Jim Lapan
- Collection of approximately 15,000 books and magazines.
- Materials are selected to support our courses.
- Please suggest new books and materials for the collection.
- Students may borrow up to 15 items at a time. This limit is flexible with special arrangements.
- Loan period is 3 weeks for books, 1 week for magazines.
- eBook on InfoTrac
- ProQuest Research Library
- SIRS Discoverer
- ProQuest Learning: Literature
- History Study Center
- Seattle Times
- New York Times
- Newseum.org (Front pages of papers from around the world.)
- Al Jazeera (World news with an Arabic perspective.)
- British Broadcasting Corporation (World news with a British perspective.)
- Christian Science Monitor (World News with an American perspective.)
- Deutsche Welle (English language news from Germany.)
- 11 car practice tests
- 6 motorcycle practice tests
- 3 CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) practice tests
- 3 online driver’s manuals (car, motorcycle, CDL)
- An FAQ section with detailed answers to 100+ DMV-related questions
- Academic Information
- Senior Information
- Student Dress Code
- Student Handbook
- Student Information Portals
- Bell Schedule
- Office 365
- Blue PD - 2 Hour Late Start
- White (1, 3, 4, 5, 7)
- Blue Faculty (2, 3, 6, 7)
- Community Period
- Red (1, 2, 4, 5, 6)
- Blue Mass (2, 3, 6, 7)