The Hawkeye

Sowing the seeds of success

Senior Hana Abay waters plants in the greenhouse as part of Eco Club. Among the plants she grows at the school are tomatoes, echinacea and bachelor’s buttons.

By Nhung Lam, Graphics Editor

June 18, 2018

Hana Abay will be ending her year at MTHS as a Hawk, leaving her legacy and spreading her wings, moving onto the next biggest step in life. In her four years of being a Hawk, she has not only achieved many acknowledgements, but she has also been very involved in the school itself through clubs and...

Together like berries on a bush

Together like berries on a bush

By Annika Prom, Co-Editor-in-Chief

June 18, 2018

While they’re not offended by the common question they receive, seniors Nina and Ryan Berry would like to clarify: They’re cousins, not siblings. If they weren’t cousins, they both agree they could easily be best friends. Nina and Ryan have been inseparable since first grade, as they attended e...

Gallery: Key Club organizes toiletry drive products for homeless shelters

Key Club moves their collected items into separate categories that will later be divided into bags 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, a teen homeless shelter. Members of the club were packed into advisor Kimberly Nelson's classroom...

Key Club doubles in donations for toiletry drive compared to years past


By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor

April 11, 2017

The MTHS Key Club’s toiletry drive has been more successful than years past, according to advisor and psychology teacher Kimberly Nelson. The month-long charity project began March 14 and is set to accept donations until this Friday, April 14. Most of the donations come from Key Club members sta...

Key Club students collect glasses for third world countries

Key Club students collect glasses for third world countries

By Michelle Schomer

March 12, 2013

The Glasses Drive, which was held primarily for the month of February and ended on Feb. 25, had a successful turn out. Key Club, the student club that held the fundraiser, was able to collect 55 glasses of all different types and styles, ranging from your typical reading glasses to the funky and stylish. Casey...

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