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Acing College sessions begin tomorrow

By Sierra Clark, Hawkeye Staff
February 10
Filed under News

The first Acing College session presented by the Career Center will be tomorrow, Feb. 11, during PASS. The Acing College events are structured in a series format, aiming to help seniors learn about Edmonds Community College (EdCC) and the college admittance process, including information about and the oppor...

Meadowdale to host college planning night

By Sierra Clark, Hawkeye Staff
February 9
Filed under News

Tonight, Feb. 9, Meadowdale High School will be hosting a college planning night. This is an opportunity for all Edmonds School District (ESD) sophomores and juniors to get a head start on preparing for college. “Any student planning their post-high school education would find [college planning...

School Board to host community input sessions for superintendent search

By Paxyn Merten, Editor-in-Chief
February 8
Filed under News

The search for a new superintendent for the Edmonds School District (ESD) has begun. The ESD is hosting several public input sessions in order to collect feedback on the qualities and experience that the community wants in a new superintendent. These will take place on Feb. 9, 10 and 18 at differen...

What’s in an ‘A’?

By Kim Stewart, Athletic Director/Activities Coordinator
February 3
Filed under Op/Ed, School News, Staff Column

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 of Terrace’s athletics the next four years. Since the end of June, Mr. Schwab and...

Sleep on it:

By Sam Johnson, Hawkeye staff
February 3
Filed under News, School News

MTHS Principal Greg Schwab wants you to sleep in. “I support later start times. But I also understand that it is a very complicated decision,” Schwab said. Seattle Public Schools voted to switch to later start times in November, according to the Seattle Times. Effective next year, high schools ...

Legislature to consider bills regarding Washington students

By Stephi Smith, News Editor
February 2
Filed under News

The Washington state legislature is currently looking at bills and reacting to a major lawsuit that affect local students. In late January, Washington senators held a hearing about free expression and press rights regarding student journalists. At the hearing, multiple student journalists spoke about...

Sno-Isle Tech information meetings this week

By Sierra Clark, Hawkeye Staff
February 1
Filed under News

On Tuesday, February 2nd, there will be a representative from Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center in the Career Center during sixth period. Sno-Isle offers a large variety of Career and Technical Education (CTE) classes for high school students in categories such as  business, marketing and management, s...

School Board proposes alternative to “Becca Bill,” discusses McCleary Decision

By Stephi Smith, News Editor
January 27
Filed under News

Earlier this evening, beginning at approximately 6:30 p.m., the Edmonds School District (ESD) School Board elected the new School Board officers for 2016, discussed an alternative to lowering the amount of truant students and the recent McCleary case. The new ESD School Board President, Susan Phillips, Vice Preside...

ACLU offers Summer Advocacy Institute, applications open now

By Marianne Nacanaynay, Hawkeye Staff
January 20
Filed under News, School News

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is on the verge of launching its Summer Advocacy Institute (SAI) program, open to students entering their junior and senior years. The week long program will be held for the first time on the campus of Georgetown University in Washington D.C. “It was st...

Annual First Robotics kick off held at MTHS

Annual First Robotics kick off held at MTHS

By Stephi Smith, News Editor
January 14
Filed under Featured Stories, News, School News

Saturday morning at 6:30 a.m., more than 40 robotics teams from across Washington state filled the Mountlake Terrace High School (MTHS) gym for the annual First Robotics kickoff. The teams viewed a livestreamed video of inventor and entrepreneur Dean Kamen announcing the contest’s specific rules ...

Financial Aid Night to help students apply for FAFSA, Tuesday

By Sierra Clark, Hawkeye staff
January 11
Filed under News

MTHS seniors and their parents are urged to come to Financial Aid Night at 6 p.m. on Tuesday in the MTHS library. Seniors and their parents should have received an email to set up an account on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) website at http://fafsa.ed.gov. Both student and p...

Safety @ our fingertips

By Samantha Svikel and Danielle Barnett
January 6
Filed under News, Technology

The Rave Panic Button is a new, up and coming app that alerts authorities immediately to an emergency at the press of a button. It’s a quick and efficient way to call an emergency response, as it speed dials the nearest available police department, fire department or hospital. The first two school sy...

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