The Hawkeye

Ongoing investigation underway regarding suspect in blue sedan approaching local women

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor June 4, 2017

The Mountlake Terrace Police Department (MLTPD) has sent out a notice requesting assistance in identifying a suspect or suspects that has two reported incidents from the past week. The first incident,...

Friends and family of Andrew Shehata released balloons at Edmonds beach on Friday evening as a way to say goodbye to Shehata and to honor him.

Friends, family gather to honor life of alumnus

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor May 29, 2017

The memorial service for 2014 alumnus Andrew Shehata was held at St. Mary’s Coptic Orthodox Church to honor his life after he died last Friday in a hiking accident. Friends, family and members of the...

Andrew Shehata was a 2014 graduate of MTHS and was involved in Dynamics jazz choir and Key Club, among other activities. He was killed in a hiking accident last Friday and his memorial service is this Saturday.

Memorial service Saturday for alumnus killed in hiking accident

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor May 25, 2017

A service for 2014 alumnus Andrew Shehata will be held at noon Saturday at St. Mary’s Coptic Orthodox Church in Lynnwood. The Shehata family has invited those who were close to Andrew at MTHS or want...

Principal Greg Schwab

Schwab hired as assistant superintendent for ESD

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor April 28, 2017

Principal Greg Schwab has been selected to serve as an assistant superintendent starting next school year for the Edmonds School District (ESD). The position will go into effect July 1, for the...

Chill Out beams after they receive the creativity award and set a competition record at the regional competition.

Chill Out takes ninth place out of their division at national competition

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor April 27, 2017

The Robotics team, Chill Out, competed in the FIRST robotics World Championship competition in Houston, Texas last week, from Wednesday to Sunday. In the end, the team placed nine out of 64 teams in their...

Sophomore Tony Le

Sophomore honored with President’s Volunteer Service Award

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief April 27, 2017

Sophomore Tony Le received the President’s Volunteer Service Award in the silver category on Saturday, April 22. This award is given to individuals throughout the country who set themselves apart from...

Schwab selected as finalist for ESD assistant superintendent position

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor April 25, 2017

Principal Greg Schwab was announced earlier today as a finalist for the position as assistant superintendent for Secondary Schools in Edmonds School District (ESD). The assistant superintendent oversees...

Two counts of rape brought against former student

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor April 24, 2017

Prosecutors involved with sexual assault charges from last year resurrected the case Monday. The defendant, a senior when the case was first opened, is being charged with two separate counts of third-degree...

School Board President announces she will not seek re-election

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor April 20, 2017

Edmonds School District Board president Susan Phillips announced last week that she will not seek re-election next year. Phillips’s term expires in December 2017, after which a new School Board president...

Text messages added to district-wide communication

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor April 19, 2017

Edmonds School District will be adding a text message feature to their communication system, as posted on their website earlier today. Text messages will be sent to family members who sign up. The messages...

Key Club moves their collected items into separate categories that will later be divided into bags for homeless shelters.

Gallery: Key Club organizes toiletry drive products for homeless shelters

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor April 19, 2017

Key Club separated different products to be divided among the two homeless shelters they would be donating to, Pathways For Women, a homeless shelter designed for abused women and the Cocoon House in Everett,...

Chill Out members look at the field in anticipation as they compete in the PNW District Competition. The team will advance this year to the national competition in Houston as one of only 39 teams from the northwest region.

Robotics team to national competition in Houston

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor April 17, 2017

The Robotics team, Chill Out 1778, will head to the FIRST Robotics national competition in Houston, Texas later this week. Only 39 teams from the northwest division will advance. The team qualified...

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