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Students feel the added weight of testing during COVID pandemic pressure

By Mika Raring and Rachel Davis February 9, 2022

Over the past two years of COVID-19, teachers and students alike have been adapting to the ever-changing structure of learning throughout the pandemic. Teaching methods that were once used so comfortably...

Each of us must ‘Do what we can’

By Daniel Falk, Assistant Principal February 9, 2022

Last month was pretty rough for a lot of students. I was contacting students who had been in close contact with someone who had tested positive for the coronavirus.  Most of the students I met with...

Latest virus variant forces several changes

By Kaylee Miyamoto, Hawkeye Staff February 9, 2022

As the omicron variant of COVID-19 surged across the nation and within schools, Edmonds School District officials and the MTHS administration made various changes to attempt to prevent the further spread...

Principal Greg Schellenberg discusses impacts of school closures

Principal Greg Schellenberg discusses impacts of school closures

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief April 5, 2020

Editor-in-Chief Nolan DeGarlais interviewed Principal Greg Schellenberg about the effects of school closures on MTHS students going forward. The questions were generated by seniors at Terrace through...

District details plans for extended school closures

Online instruction set to begin Monday, March 30
By Ritika Khanal and Nolan DeGarlais March 16, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has spread across the world and has resulted in over 4,000 confirmed cases in the United States, of which approximately 1,000 are located within Washington state. In an attempt to...

District to close schools over COVID-19 concerns

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief March 11, 2020

In an email sent out to all Edmonds School District staff members on Wednesday night, Superintendent Dr. Kris McDuffy announced that all schools will be closed beginning Monday, March 16 through at least...

Unfounded fears fuel hatred with the coronavirus

Unfounded fears fuel hatred with the coronavirus

By Cecilia Negash and Phuong Lam March 10, 2020

A newly identified coronavirus, originating from Wuhan in the Hubei province of China, has been spreading across China and many other nations. This virus, COVID-19, is an infectious disease that had yet...

Presentations address student mental health

By Rachel Davis and Cyanne Esguerra November 29, 2019

Counselors will be visiting all English 9 classes on Nov. 14 to present suicide prevention information. While this presentation has been done for the past several years, there are some notable changes....

Breast Cancer Awareness Month unites community for a cure

By Casey Carpenter, Hawkeye Staff October 23, 2019

If you’ve walked around the neighborhood lately, or watched the news, you might notice a significant amount of people wearing pink. It’s October, and that means it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month....

A student turns the knob on the left side of the menstrual hygiene product dispenser, causing a sanitary pad to come out. The machine exclusively offers one brand of pads and tampons, but is able to distribute these products for free.

New dispensers offer free menstrual products

By Annika Prom, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 7, 2018

Menstrual hygiene product (MHP) dispensers returned to MTHS in September after facing an approximately 10-year absence from the school. Administration chose to install the first and second machines...

Wellness Committee grant leads to water refilling stations at MTHS

By Sierra Clark, Graphics Editor May 5, 2016

The Edmonds School District's (ESD) Wellness Committee recently received a total of $132,600 from the Next Generation Initiative through the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction’s (OSPI) Healthy...

Abstinence-only education is not the only education

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor March 7, 2016

Across the nation, teachers are falling back on their abstinence-exclusive sex education and advising students to simply not have sex rather than teaching them how to have sex safely, such as using a condom...

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