The Hawkeye

In focus: the Class of 2014

Graduates sit waiting for the commencement to begin.

By Nick Fiorillo, Editor-in-Chief

June 13, 2014

As the graduates of the Class of 2014 move on to the next chapter in their lives, we look back on their triumphs and origins. See the MTHS graduating class like you've never seen it before. Using the different tabs and controls below, you can explore the post high school plans of the Class of 2014....

Joint Info Center releases names of missing in Oso landslide

Joint Info Center releases names of missing in Oso landslide

By Hawkeye Staff

March 31, 2014

The SR 530 Slide Joint Information Center has released the names of 22 people confirmed missing following last week's landslide near Oso. The list comes from the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office Major Crimes Unit. The press release also indicates that the Sheriff's Office will continue to work with...

Seven Hawks moving on to the second round of Terrace Idol

Seven Hawks moving on to the second round of Terrace Idol

By Hawkeye Staff

February 10, 2014

Terrace Idol 2014 started last Wednesday, Feb. 5, with 20 contestants from the Edmonds School District. Terrace Idol is an annual fundraiser organized by the senior class ASB. Auditions were held on Jan. 27 and 28, and the top 20 competitors out of more than the 50 students who tried out were announced...

Civic Center proposal going back on the ballot

By Hawkeye Staff

February 10, 2013

Mountlake Terrace City Council has decided to put the civic center ballot back on ballot. The $25 million bond measure for the construction of the Civic Center will be on the Apr. 23 ballot. The city is continuing its seminars about what the current problems are, and what this bond measure propos...

Tech, capital levy on Feb. 14 ballot

By Hawkeye Staff

February 14, 2012

There will be proposition for a new levy to replace Resolution 11-36, Proposition No. 1. on Feb. 14. The new levy, if passed, will have equal rates to the current one.  This rate is 44 cents for every $1000 of home valuation. This means that for every $100,000 a home will have $44 of tax from this levy....

Multicultural Week Performance Interrupted

By Hawkeye Staff

January 15, 2012

During a Multicultural Week lunchtime performance on Jan. 10, the club Colores Unidos performed a series of Mexican and Latino dances including Cumbia, Banda, Bachacha and Macarena. However, in the middle of second lunch at 11:41 a.m., freshman Joshua Wyant ran through the group of dancers shirtless....

Staff Eds

By Hawkeye Staff

November 15, 2011

Homecoming isn’t a house party “If you bend, the dance will end” is a policy adopted by many schools in the Edmonds School District. The policy basically means that if any student is not dancing face to face with some space, the dance will end early and in some cases, the rest of the dances...

Staff Eds

By Hawkeye Staff

November 15, 2011

Our school offers much more than is displayed at the assemblies As upcoming assemblies are quickly approaching, the main theme seems to be centered on sports rather than the arts or academics. Only once a year is there an opportunity for MTHS art students to let their talent shine at the arts assembly,...

Teen author in Brier

By Hawkeye Staff

May 11, 2011

Tiffany Leahy is a 16-year-old author living near Brier who was only twelve-years-old when she started writing her first book, Annadyomene in 2005. She completed it around her 13th birthday in 2006. She was inspired to write the book by a dream. According to Leahy, “One night I had a dream about...

The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Seattle WA.

By Hawkeye Staff

May 2, 2011

It was great when it all began... The story of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”, does not begin with the film debut in 1975, instead it begins within the mind of Richard O’Brien, a Londoner with a passion for rock ’n’ roll and the arts. O’ Brien, the brainchild behind Rocky Horror was an...

Defining a place in society

By Hawkeye Staff

April 28, 2011

In Washington the acceptance of homosexuality is a common topic. Which is good, in a way, but when entire assemblies are based around them, it’s definitely not agreeable. Even though the words that are being said tell people that homosexuals should be treated the same way as heterosexuals, the fact...

Carpet, tile installed in classrooms

By Hawkeye Staff

April 28, 2011

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