The Hawkeye

Periods cut, teachers travel

Assistant Principal Dan Falk informs Robert Reichle's third period English 9 class of impending schedule changes. Reichle also had his first period AP Literature class affected as one of the six cut in the face of lower-than-expected attendance numbers.

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief

October 19, 2018

  Editor's Note: This version of the story is an update of the original story that appeared in print in the October issue of the Hawkeye. The names of teachers Daniel Johnston and Rob Spence were inadvertently swapped in the print edition. Students and teachers in several classes at...

Trick or Treating: Is it for everyone?

Trick or Treating: Is it for everyone?

By Theresa Van, Business Manager

October 19, 2018

As October begins, one very important topic comes to mind: Halloween. Ah yes, the beloved holiday of spooks and scares and the classic tradition of trick-or-treating. What is trick-or-treating? Trick-or-treating, for the folks who don’t know, is when people, especially younger children, dress u...

A month of excitement, and more to come

By Andy Nguyen, Staff

October 19, 2018

Hey, what’s up, Hawks! This has been a busy month for everyone and there is a lot of stuff that’s going on in the upcoming weeks. The first couple weeks of school have kept ASB busy, especially starting off the first full week of school with a spirit week! Even though it was the first spirit week an...

Stirring up the season

The Hawks football team focus their attention to pre-game routines before their match against the Mercer Island Islanders on Aug. 31. This season opener with a 28-6 loss for the Hawks, who are starting their first year in the 2A Northwest Conference Lake Division.

By Kennedy Cooper, Sports Co-Editor

September 6, 2018

The Northwest 2A Conference will take on a very different look this year with its newly adopted two-tiered, football-only league. The 11 2A teams in the district have been split up into two separate divisions, Sky and Lake, to help fight competitive imbalance and support struggling programs. Burlington-Edison,...

Road closures for construction inconveniences the MTHS community

Road closures for construction inconveniences the MTHS community

By Jonah Paulsene, Hawkeye Staff

September 6, 2018

Multiple roads have been closed off for construction in the Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace area since the summer of 2018 began. These roads may be closed completely, used as an alternating single lane or closed down for certain sections of time during the day. These simultaneous road closures have caused...

Teachers sign contract to raise base salary

The Edmonds Education Association held its general meeting at Edmonds-Woodway High School to ratify the contract that would approve the salary increases for teaching staff in the Edmonds School District.

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief

September 6, 2018

The Edmonds Education Association (EEA), the labor union for teachers in the Edmonds School District (ESD), has reached an agreement with the ESD resulting in significant increases in teacher salaries. Salary increases, which are occurring across the state, are a direct result of a 2012 Washington Supreme...

Foundation for Edmonds School District receives grant for new program

Foundation for Edmonds School District receives grant for new program

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief

September 6, 2018

The Foundation for the Edmonds School District, which raises and distributes funds to support student learning in the Edmonds School District (ESD), received a $75,000 grant from the Whitehorse Foundation over the summer. The grant was announced on Monday, Jul. 16, 2018 with the intended purpose of funding...

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