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“Curtains” closes, “Godspell” and “Quilters” return to MTHS

The MTHS drama department has closed the curtains on "Curtains" and is instead replacing it with two different fall musicals.
By Meghan Park October 6, 2019

Vocal and dance auditions for the fall musical were from Monday, September 16 to Wednesday, September 18. However, the original musical that was auditioned for, "Curtains," will no longer be the 2019 fall...

The Effects of 2A

the state classification system for sports has shifted over the past decade
By Ciara Laney, Hawkeye Staff March 20, 2018

Over the years, the classification of MTHS in the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) has changed. Activities and Athletics Director Kim “Stew” Stewart, said, “we went from 3A...

Student Activists Speak Out Against Gun Violence

Student Activists Speak Out Against Gun Violence

By Nolan DeGarlais and Jackson Freund March 20, 2018

Ciara Laney February 14, 2018 started as a seemingly normal day at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSDHS) in Parkland, Florida, a public high school with over 3,000 students. However, at around...

A Neutrality Crisis: The Internet and You

A Neutrality Crisis: The Internet and You

By Matthew Hipolito, Copy Editor March 20, 2018

What is net neutrality? Net neutrality is a policy enacted Mar. 12, 2015 by the Federal Communications Commission, a five-person board that regulates interstate communications, under orders from then-President...

School Resource Officer position reintroduced following hiatus

School Resource Officer position reintroduced following hiatus

Officer is tasked with forming positive student relationships, ensuring student safety on campus
By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief March 20, 2018

A School Resource Officer (SRO) will be implemented at MTHS during the third quarter of the current school year. The SRO program is a collaboration between the Edmonds School District (ESD) and the Mountlake...

Letter From the Editor: Traditional Living Can Conflict with Morals

By Sierra Clark, Graphics Editor March 20, 2018

Seeing from both points of view on a topic is almost always difficult. I struggle with it myself, but I try to stick with my morals when it comes down to it. For example, if one of your moral baselines...

Kimberly Nelson

Staff Diversity

The student body has become more diverse, but what about the staff?
By Sierra Clark, Graphics Editor March 20, 2018

With only a quick look around the school, every student and staff member is visibly different in gender, race and age. Within that, every single person has less predictable differences in religion, sexuality,...

New Classes for the Masses

New Classes for the Masses

By Annika Prom, Co-Editor-in-Chief March 20, 2018

Editor's Note: This story has been updated for accuracy and to maintain factual consistency. The print version of this article in Issue 4 of HAWKEYE differs from this online version. MTHS has expanded...

Damaging Impact of Government Shutdown

Damaging Impact of Government Shutdown

By Bani Bedi, Hawkeye Staff March 20, 2018

In the span of only three weeks during January and February, America faced two government shutdowns. Lawmakers struggled to reach compromises to settle the political instability in Congress. But what is...

District redefines crowdsourcing parameters

District redefines crowdsourcing parameters

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief March 20, 2018

In an email sent out to Edmonds School District (ESD) staff, Assistant Superintendent Greg Schwab informed districtwide staff of new ESD policies and procedures related to fundraising. Based on the direction...

Gun Violence is not Synonymous with Mental Illness

Gun Violence is not Synonymous with Mental Illness

By Meghan Park, Hawkeye Staff March 20, 2018

With the talk of gun control heating up after the most recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, many people have targeted mental illness as the main problem. However, talk of mental illness, especially...

Individual Choice is Critical

Without pro-choice policies, the government would be making the choice for you
By Samantha Svikel, Op-Ed Editor March 20, 2018

I grew up in a small city called Hastings, Minnesota. Every other block had a church, all different sects like Catholic, Lutheran and others, everyone did the same routine. Sundays were for the church...

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