What’s in an ‘A’?

By Kim Stewart, Athletic Director/Activities Coordinator

I know the letter ‘A’ has been on many students minds the past couple weeks as well as your teachers with finals now complete. A's have been on my mind since last June. The ones that decide what happens to the future...  Read More »

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Sleep on it:

February 3, 2016

MTHS Principal Greg Schwab wants you to sleep in. ...  Read More »

Legislature to consider bills regarding Washington students

February 2, 2016

The Washington state legislature is currently looking at bi...  Read More »

Sno-Isle Tech information meetings this week

February 1, 2016

On Tuesday, February 2nd, there will be a representa...  Read More »

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MTHS Cheer Headed for State Competition after competition at Kentwood

By Brianna Houtman, Staff Writer

This Saturday, Jan. 30, the MTHS cheer team performed in the state cheer competition at the Alaska Airlines Arena, home of the ‘Udub’ Huskies. The team placed third out of seven teams in the non-tumbling medium divisio...  Read More »

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MTHS Cheer does well, maintains in top 50

February 4, 2016

Slow start plagues Hawks, fall to Warriors 66-61

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“Moon Over Buffalo” comedy to play tomorrow, through Saturday

“Moon Over Buffalo” comedy to play tomorrow, through Saturday

By Erica Lampers, Hawkeye Staff

The MTHS drama department is premiering their second play of the school year, “ Moon Over Buffalo” tomorrow, Thursday, Feb. 4, at 7 p.m., through Saturday, Feb. 6.   The play is set in Buffalo, New York in 1953 and is about a fam...  Read More »

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Ethan Pike performing a solo at the January Jazz Night.

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Nutcracker Concert displays classical works

January 7, 2016

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