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Spirit Assembly: Hawks Come Together – At Last

By Terina Papatu, Hawkeye Staff April 26, 2022

After two years of virtual community building, MTHS had its first all-school assembly on Thursday, March 31. As COVID-19 restrictions began to loosen, and when the mask mandate was lifted on March 12,...

War in Ukraine has major impacts on Terrace community

Casualties mount as the war begins its second month
By Jakob Nacanaynay, Hawkeye Staff March 31, 2022

As conflict rages on in Ukraine, the reverberations are being felt in the Terrace community. The war in Ukraine has concerned ELL (English Language Learning) teacher Michelle Tessier having students whose...

Four students sit along a desk, all contemplating whether or not to continue wearing their masks at school.

The mask mandate is gone, but uncertainty remains

By Mika Raring, Hawkeye Staff March 31, 2022

In an attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19, protective face coverings have been required for the past two years by the Washington State Department of Health. This has recently changed, however, with...

HSM, HBN earn awards at first in-person state convention since 2019

HSM, HBN earn awards at first in-person state convention since 2019

By Hawkeye Staff March 7, 2022

Students from across the state participated in the 2022 WJEA State Journalism Convention this past Saturday at Mercer Island High School – the first in-person state conference since 2019 as COVID-19...

PASS table football tournament hosted to lift student spirit

By Nicholas Iwuoha, Hawkeye Staff February 9, 2022

During the first weeks of second semester, the students of James Wilson’s PASS class are hosting a school-wide table football tournament. With over 38 teams schoolwide, PASS classes will compete for...

Sick-out protest impact to be seen

By Cecilia Negash and Nathaniel Reyes February 9, 2022

In light of the sudden influx in COVID-19 cases as the omicron variant has quickly spread, a ‘sick-out’ protest was organized by students of the Edmonds School District in hopes of prompting a return...

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...

Instagram accounts set bad precedent

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief February 9, 2022

Today, Instagram is one of the most popular social media platforms among students, and in recent months, over 20 accounts have been created with the school’s name in front of them. Examples include mthsassparking,...

Creating gender-inclusive classrooms

Creating gender-inclusive classrooms

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief January 20, 2022

For several years, the Edmonds School District has made an effort to work towards creating a more inclusive culture across the district, in buildings and in classrooms. This effort has included those with...

Districts internet filter blocks LGBTQIA+ resources for students

District’s internet filter blocks LGBTQIA+ resources for students

MTHS community comes together against website filtering
By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief November 19, 2021

As senior Emma Kerani was preparing for a current events discussion in their ethnic studies class, they began looking up the safest schools for LGBTQIA+ students in the nation. Pacific University, they’d...

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2021 Homecoming Court & Royalty Announced

By Hawkeye Staff October 13, 2021

The 2021 Homecoming Court & Royalty were announced by the ASB this week following an initial round of nominations, then a secondary and final round of voting that took place during the past two weeks....

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