The Hawkeye

Schurke blasts off to new horizons

Former Assistant Principal Peter Schurke was named third place finalist for the 2012 National Aerospace Teacher of the Year, an award accompanied by a $1,000 grant. He also won the Washington State Air Force Association Teacher of the Year in 2011.

By Jonah Paulsene, Hawkeye Staff

September 9, 2019

Over the summer, MTHS Vice Principal Peter Schurke was promoted to be the planning principal of a new high school opening in the Northshore School District.Schurke is very excited to take on the job and explore the new opportunities that it will bring.  “The opportunity to be a planning principa...

Funding, class sizes requirements cause scheduling problems

Funding, class sizes requirements cause scheduling problems

By Ian Dortsch, Hawkeye Staff

January 19, 2018

Schools tend to have problems with class sizes, and MTHS is no exception. Even this year, the school had problems with organizing the classes students will be taking, some of which you might’ve heard about or experienced yourself. While it may not seem like it, class sizes affect everyone. Because of the amoun...

They’re not the secret service: Administration purchases new earpieces

Vice principal Peter Schurke is one of the five staff members that is now using the new earpieces.

By Luke Thurber, Sports Co-Editor

November 4, 2013

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] In order to allow better hearing around school, MTHS administrators recently purchased five new earpieces. The equipment is being used by the administrators and the head custodian. In total, five staff members received the new earpieces. This equipment cost...

PSAT and PLAN to prepare students for college, beyond

By Erika Fisher | The Hawkeye

By Arani Yogendran

October 10, 2013

On Oct. 16, all sophomores and juniors will be taking the PLAN or PSAT tests. All sophomores will be required to take the PLAN test and all juniors will be required to take the PSAT test. Both the PSAT and PLAN tests give students a sneak peak of the actual SAT and ACT tests. This is t...

Straightening up attendance

By Peter Kidane

December 6, 2011

The administration feels that getting to school on time is important and has a huge impact on learning in the classroom. A few weeks ago, administrators began scanning the barcodes on the ID cards of students who were tardy to school. Their names were also marked down as a way to motivate the stu...

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