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Halloween Variety Show 2020

Halloween Variety Show 2020

October 31, 2020

Welcome Boys and Ghouls to the MTHS Halloween Virtual Variety Show! Enjoy this extravaganza of talent, featuring the following acts: Caroline Erdey - dance Sarah Strand’s Secondary Intensive...

Special Video Messages & Features

Special Video Messages & Features

June 12, 2020

Celebrating on 44th Avenue West & Hawk Way Special thanks to Tom and Sandy Scherich for the video and Jonah Wallace for the photos. From the Class of 2020: Senior Memories Produced...

Class of 2020 VIRTUAL Graduation

Class of 2020 VIRTUAL Graduation

Class of 2020 Commencement A Virtual Graduation Ceremony 10 a.m. | Saturday | 13 June 2020 DOWNLOAD & ORDER YOUR PHOTOS FROM HAWKEYE/TEMPO HERE READ THE AMAZING DIGITAL COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM BELOW READ...

Snowmageddon’s sequel extends the school year, again

Snowmageddon’s sequel extends the school year, again

By Nina Otebele, Outreach Manager March 1, 2020

A moderately high level of snow returned to the lowlands of western Washington state earlier this year causing disruptions. Snohomish County experienced over six inches of snow, causing all schools and...

Seahawk cornerback Justin Coleman on his 29 yard fumble return, runs the football into the end zone in the 4th quarter.

A dream come true on the Seahawks sidelines

PhotoBlog: A personal reflection from the Hawkeye's head photographer
By Jake Paulsene, Co-Photo Editor December 13, 2018

I had a dream come true last Monday night. I got to be an official sideline photographer and covered the Monday Night Football game between Seattle Seahawks and the Minnesota Vikings in front of...

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,...

Jazz combo performs at national journalism convention

By Vivian Nowka-Keane, Co-Editor-in-Chief April 12, 2017

MTHS jazz performers came together at the Washington State Convention Center to perform three songs before the spring Journalism Education Association (JEA) National Convention Keynote Ceremony, Thursday...

The definition of a student athlete

Through balancing a rigorous academic schedule and competing in two varsity sports, Bouché shows what it means to be a student athlete.
By Irvin Zhang and Luke Smith June 15, 2015

Throughout her high school career, four-year two-sport varsity athlete and 4.0 student Nicki Bouché has demonstrated the hard work that goes into truly fitting the definition of a student athlete. “During...

Family first

Chef teacher Jessica Walton says it’s time for some home cooking with her own kids
By Irvin Zhang, Hawkeye staff June 15, 2015

At her workplace at MTHS, Jessica Walton teaches kids the skills it takes to pursue a career in the art of cooking while also putting out any fires, literally and figuratively, along the way. Ten years...

Leading more than just cheers

Morgan Arbuckle exemplifies what it really means to be a cheerleader
By Irvin Zhang, Hawkeye staff June 15, 2015

The many cheer teams all sit nervously on the floor in a cramped stadium, waiting for the results of the state competition to be announced and praying that their hard work will be rewarded. As the MC begins...

A change of tone

Participating in choir has brought senior Rummana Hussain out of her shell
By Paxtyn Merten, News Editor June 12, 2015

As her voice faded and the track transitioned to an instrumental verse, cheers immediately erupted from the audience, though senior Rummana Hussain wasn’t yet done with the song. A huge grin spread over...

A dramatically unique path

Senior Danielle Hirano made her time on stage magical and memorable
By Max Tracy, Hawkeye staff June 12, 2015

For Danielle Hirano, drama isn’t just a play – or plays for that matter. It’s so many other things, from what you see on stage to what goes on behind the scenes. It’s work, it’s fun and it’s...

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