The Hawkeye

What the Why-Fi?

By Mathew Hipolito

October 25, 2016

Filed under School News

When students were handed their Chromebooks around the time that school started, they were also handed the only device capable of connecting to school Wi-Fi. The school disabled access to school Wi-Fi on personal devices effective this school year, largely because the school simply did not have enoug...

Creepy clown rumors answered

By Sarah Davis, Hawkeye Staff

October 7, 2016

Filed under News, recent, School News

It might not be Halloween yet, but that hasn’t stopped dozens of clowns from popping up all over America. Around the end of August, people started to spot  “creepy clowns” in their towns. There have been sightings in over 35 states including Texas, Wisconsin, South Carolina among others. More...

Edmonds crash leads to death of student

By Sierra Clark, News Editor

July 31, 2016

Filed under News, School News

Five Edmonds School District students ranging in ages 13 to 16 were involved in a one car accident in Edmonds on Friday. The BMW swerved off the road before hitting a tree, taking the lives of 16-year-old Zach Langer of Edmonds and 15-year-old Noah Vires of Mountlake Terrace. Speed is believed t...

Fight broken up by MTHS, staff member injured

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor

June 8, 2016

Filed under News, School News, The425

One staff member was injured yesterday afternoon when he and a fellow staff member restrained two students who were fighting, according to information released by school administrators today. Toward the end of sixth period, June 7, there was an “altercation involving two students,” according to...

Local film maker shares advice with students during PASS

By Marianne Nacanaynay, Hawkeye staff

June 1, 2016

Filed under A&E, Education, News, School News

On May 25 during PASS, MTHS students, many of which who were working on their own short films, attended a showing of Mary Healey Julien’s new documentary, “Searchdog”. “Searchdog”, which premiers at the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) on May 28 and 29, follows widely acclaimed K9 Sea...

Edmonds School Board discusses vending machine revenue decrease, possible solutions

By Stephi Smith, News Editor

May 25, 2016

Filed under Education, News, School News

On May 24, the Edmonds School District (ESD) School Board members discussed vending machine revenue and funding with MTHS students inputting their own opinions. Vending machines were brought up at during Executive Director of Business and Operations Stewart Mhyre’s regular report. Athletics director...

SBA test requirements questions answered

By Stephi Smith, News Editor

May 12, 2016

Filed under Education, News, School News

Monday through Friday next week, certain students will take the Smarter Balanced Assessments (SBA) tests regarding English Language Arts (ELA) and math. The math tests are scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday and the ELA tests are scheduled for Thursday and Friday. Tests will begin at 7:30 a.m...

ASL students compete in statewide competition

By Stephi Smith, News Editor

May 6, 2016

Filed under Education, News, School News

On Saturday April 30, ASL teacher Terry Sasser sent five ASL students to compete in the Washington State CTE ASL competition, in which they represented CTE leadership and MTHS. Of the students were Mustafa Balikci, Ayanna Traylor, Ty Hardan, Janis Trent and Rosa Park. The competition focused on th...

Wellness Committee grant leads to water refilling stations at MTHS

By Sierra Clark, Hawkeye Staff

May 5, 2016

Filed under Education, Health, School News

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 Kids-Healthy Schools grant. ESD received the grant to install a water bottle filling station...

Threats made to staff member lead to MTHS undergoing “soft lockdown”

By Stephi Smith, News Editor

May 5, 2016

Filed under News, School News

Today at approximately 12:30 p.m., an email was sent out to MTHS staff alerting them of threats made to a staff member earlier this morning. The threats were sent through phone calls and text messages, saying the sender would come to MTHS sometime that day to harm the recipient. The staff member a...

Open mic night held at MLT library April 20

By Mikayla Smith, Hawkeye staff

May 5, 2016

Filed under A&E, News, School News

On Saturday April 20th, the main coordinators of Mountlake Terrace Library events, Kyami Nyamidie, Ann Hursey and Christina Montilla hosted a Poetry and music event from 12:45 to 3 p.m. featuring the First Youth Poet and author, Leija Farr, and famous pianist, Cara Hill. This event was to honor April, ...

Student verbally harassed on walk to school

By Sierra Clark, Hawkeye Staff

May 2, 2016

Filed under News, School News

At approximately 9:10 this morning, a female student was verbally harassed on her way to school. Principal Greg Schwab clarified that the student does not attend any morning classes. The student was walking near 44th Avenue and 212th when a male driving a black Mazda 3 drove past her, going the ...

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