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District asks students, staff to go green

District asks students, staff to go green

By admin
January 18, 2011
Filed under News, School News

The Edmonds School District has implemented a new policy of energy and other natural resource conservation. This new policy has a goal of creating and sustaining a safe and healthy school environment through a long-term resource management plan. This plan reduces the use of energy, water and other natural...

Bus accident damages teachers’ cars

By Hawkeye Staff
January 18, 2011
Filed under News, School News

Edmonds School District bus number 60 slid on a sheet of ice, damaging 3 teachers’ parked cars on Monday, January, 3 2011 after school in the back southeast side of campus. A second bus, which arrived to pick up the students slid into the first bus according to MTHS teacher, Ms. Zeifman. There were...

JaRon Snow 1956-2010

By Hawkeye Staff
December 2, 2010
Filed under News

JaRon Snow, senior Julian Snow’s mother, passed away from stage four terminal breast and bone cancer on Wednesday, Nov. 10. She leaves behind sons Julian and Sterling, daughter Alicea, and husband Keith. JaRon’s memorial service is Saturday, Nov. 20 from 12 – 3 p.m. at the Kirkland City Church. It...

Grocery workers strike on the horizon

By Hawkeye Staff
December 2, 2010
Filed under News

Since March, 25,000 grocery store workers from unions UFCW 21, UFCW 81, and Teamsters 38 have been involved in a negotiation battle with big chain grocery stores, such as Safeway, Fred Meyers, QFC, and Albertsons. Grocery workers are trying to bargain for changes made to their work career. Workers...

Praise for orderly evacuation following gas leak

By Hawkeye Staff
December 2, 2010
Filed under News, School News

Students and faculty were evacuated from the building do to a fire alarm Nov. 10 just after 8:00 a.m. during first period. The alarm was later revealed to have been pulled by Assistant Principal Scott Morrison in response to an alarming smell in the science wing of MTHS. The smell was due to natural...

HBN invited to KING – TV taping of New Day Northwest

By Hawkeye Staff
December 2, 2010
Filed under News, School News

HBN participated in different contests and conventions throughout the past school year. Last spring, when they sent in a daily five-minute announcement tape to the National Scholastic Press Association in order to compete against other school’s monthly broadcasts, they were honored with 5th pl...

Students back in class after gas leak forces evacuation

Students back in class after gas leak forces evacuation

By Hawkeye Staff
November 10, 2010
Filed under News, School News

UPDATE 6:38 p.m.: Six students reported to the MTHS nurse's office due to severe headaches from the natural gas leak earlier today, according to a district spokesperson. Two students were eventually sent home. When students were brought to nurse Julie Hill's office she immediately contacted the Poison Control C...

Student behavior coordinator position instated

Student behavior coordinator position instated

By Hawkeye Staff
November 7, 2010
Filed under News, School News

With the school’s campus resource officer lost to budget cuts, an addition was made to the school – Anthony Williams, the new student behavior coordinator. A student might find Williams walking around the school, monitoring the halls, or taking care of referrals in his office. Before working ...

Algebra II added to growing list of graduation requirements

By Alyssa Vallester
November 6, 2010
Filed under News, School News

Graduation requirements at MTHS are changed, with the addition of a third year of math for the class of 2013 and beyond. The class of 2013 and beyond will have to take three years of math in order to graduate. In their third year, the students are designated to take Algebra II, but could take other...

Lynnwood faces rough road

By Terrah Short
November 6, 2010
Filed under News, School News

The renovation of the Lynnwood Recreation Center has been underway for some time now, but do residents really know all the things affected by the money spent? The Recreation Center plans began in July 2007. There were 15 community meetings, and there has been a high amount of community support. The...

Mountlake Terrace Civic Center

By Hawkeye Staff
November 5, 2010
Filed under News

The Mountlake Terrace Civic Center building was constructed in 1961, seven years after the city was incorporated in 1954. It sits on the northwest corner of the Civic Center Campus, near the cross streets of 58th Avenue and 232nd Street. Since 1988, the City of Mountlake Terrace has undertaken several...

Former teacher dies due to lengthy cancer battle

By Hawkeye Staff
October 26, 2010
Filed under News, School News

English teacher Karen Hanson died Friday, Oct. 22 following a lengthy battle with cancer. Born in Rapid City, South Dakota, Hanson was 62. “I had the opportunity to work with her for two years and I just found her to be the most caring and student-centered teacher,” Assistant Principal Erin Murphy...

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