A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Chambers’ Reaction: COVID-19 impact on Alief schools, and the decisions that followed

October 29, 2020 3:03pm | Elizabeth Lozano

Superintendent HD Chambers took off his glasses and rubbed the bridge of his nose. He looked up at the camera and spoke; his voice wavering from merely mentioning teachers. “I just wish there was a mechanism that was clear and definitive,” Chambers said, “in terms […]

Playing With Fire: Students fight against racism and police brutality

October 29, 2020 3:01pm | Zacalinh Elizondo

2020 has been a year of many things, but perhaps the most unexpected was the dawn of a new age of activism. “What most people fail to notice is that it’s become a part of our culture… to be racist and hold prejudice against others,” […]

Stay Away, It’s for the Best: Coronavirus shuts down school

April 10, 2020 5:05pm | Joseph Bloise

Flu and allergies are always a nuisance people expect, especially this time of year. With around 34 million cases and 56,000 deaths each year from the flu alone, staying healthy and developing sanitary habits is vital. But with the current outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, […]

Luu And Vuong Head To State

April 2, 2019 2:05pm | Thao Vo

Kerr took a record number of art pieces to the regional Visual Arts Scholastic Event in February, and two artists — senior Jennifer Vuong and junior Elizabeth Luu — advanced to state competition later this month. VASE is an annual art competition held in Texas […]

Donor delay: Teens required to wait longer before giving blood

January 19, 2019 2:54pm | Elizabeth Lozano

Blood drives have been a regular part of the school year for decades; but for some students trying to sign up to donate in the fall, a change in regulations came as a surprise. Requirements regarding blood donations have typically included being at least 16 […]

FIne Arts banquet May 11

April 25, 2018 2:53pm | Jazmine Mendez

On May 11, the Fine Arts Banquets will take place for members of fine arts organizations. The banquet will take place at Westchase Hilton on Westheimer. The annual banquet celebrates all that fine arts groups have achieved throughout the year. UIL competitions take place in […]

New members chosen for NHS

December 8, 2017 8:26pm | Kerronicle Staff

National Honor Society this morning notified 71 juniors and seniors that they have been selected for membership in the Kerr chapter. New members were notified with a letter delivered by a current member. They will be inducted next Tuesday, December 12, in a ceremony at […]

Final exams scheduled; exemption policy changes

December 8, 2017 2:17pm | Ashley Fortoh

Finals this term will be on Thursday, December 14, and Friday, December 15. Both days are will be regular school days, with no early release. Thursday will be first and fourth period finals. Second and third periods will be regular class periods, but they will […]

Webber’s Altruistic Desire: AP moves to Arkansas to head special ed.

November 30, 2017 6:10pm | Elizabeth Lozano

Paula Webber has always been willing to do what is necessary to help students. She started teaching middle school and high school students composite social studies in 1980. Webber noticed that the older students couldn’t read very well and wanted to learn why. “I also […]

Homecoming king and queen announced

November 10, 2017 4:06pm | Jaclyn Ngo

Kerr’s annual Homecoming dance was hosted on November 3, 2017. Continuing the Homecoming tradition, the student body nominated then voted for the following nominees for Homecoming court: Edison Huynh and Annie Ngo, Tu Nguyen and Vui Tran, Abel Bunn and Vivian Vu, and Ariel Amaya […]