• Kennedy High School

    John F. Kennedy
    High School

    Address:890 E. Marquam St., Mt Angel, OR 97362
    Phone: 503-845-6128 | Fax: 503-845-9586
    Principal: Dale Pedersen

     Office Hours: 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM Monday - Friday
    School Hours: 7:55 AM - 3:00 PM Regularly; Wed 8:55 AM - 3:00 PM

John F. Kennedy High School

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COVID-19 Updates & Cancellations

  • MASD Schools & Properties Closed

    Posted by Martin Hall on 4/28/2020


    Per the Governor Kate Brown's orders, all school activities and properties are closed until April 28. 

    This includes All MASD91 and community sports group practices and games. All athletic fields and outdoor spaces, including playgrounds.

    We ask visitors to respect state guidance relative to the efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19.

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  • JFK Student Fees 2019-20

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  • Kalyssa Kleinschmit Presented Virtue First Memorial Award

    Kalyssa Kleinschmit (Senior) has been given the Randy Traeger 'Virtue First' Memorial Award. And deservedly so!

    Take it from Principal Dale Pedersen:

    "Kalyssa embodies the statement, 'lead by example'. She shows maturity by going above and beyond the academic responsiblities at Kennedy High School through her involvement with the Health Occupations and Services Association, National Honor Society, and with student leadership, as Class President for all four years.

    Kalyssa also volunteers her time with Habitat for Humanity, helping those less fortunate than herself; and works at various fundraising booths at Mt. Angel Oktoberfest. Kalyssa is a fantastic choice for this award."

    Thank you for all your hard work, Kalyssa! All of Mt. Angel thanks you!

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  • A statement from the Mt. Angel School District Board of Directors

    June 9, 2020

    In the last 2 weeks, the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis erupted in focus of many in our nation and world on institutional racism and discrimination that perpetuates harm and disadvantage for people of color. This week, it became clear our community and schools in Mt. Angel are not apart from it all.

    Our school system plays an important role in the virtues of our students and community, and we wholeheartedly condemn racism in any form.

    We have foundational elements in place to help us serve our students and community better. Two of our formally adopted values state that our district:

    1. Embraces diversity and believes we are stronger together, and

    2. Develops, models and celebrates virtuous citizenship

    Earlier in 2020, we crafted an equity lens, which we will continue to develop with input from administration, faculty, and the community. The values stated as a driver for decisions in that guide are: 

    1. All students benefit from the district's programs

    2. We strive to eliminate barriers to provide access to an equal education

    3. Every student feels welcome, safe, valued, and confident in their learning

    4. We meet students where they are and provide what each student needs

    5. District staff feel welcome, safe, valued, and confident in their work environments

    6. We seek continuous improvement throughout the district

    We are united today in calling out the strength and truth of these values and beliefs -that allow no space for tolerating racism.

    We stand united in support of the people of our school district: our students, our staff, our School Resource Officers, our administrators, our community members - to forge ahead with these values and beliefs driving and guiding our work in education. We are committed to doing better for all of our students.

    As Superintendent Stoops said last week, "This is not a time for hatred, blame, or persecution. This is a time for unity and compassion for others." We challenge each of you, and ourselves, to strive ahead in just this way- in every action, reaction, and interaction with one another.

    Let us learn more and do better. In the words of John F. Kennedy, "The greater our knowledge increases, the more our ignorance unfolds."

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