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ESD committee to recommend senior project be eliminated

ESD committee to recommend senior project be eliminated

By Nick Fiorillo, Editor-in-Chief

June 3, 2014

The Edmonds School District Senior Project Committee decided to recommend the senior project be eliminated as a graduation requirement beginning with the class of 2015. In the committee's sixth meeting, held at Edmonds Woodway H.S. Tuesday afternoon, high school staff and administrators along with...

Pained Hearts by Ryan Austin Ogilvie

Pained Hearts by Ryan Austin Ogilvie

By Denait Medhane

January 29, 2013

EDITOR'S NOTE: Senior Ryan Austin Ogilvie's asked to put his poem in The Hawkeye for his senior project.  PAINED HEARTS The homeless man walks a cold street His clothes torn and share him no warmth at all He carries a bag of peanuts, but he does not eat them He instead gives them to the o...

Senior Project guidelines

Senior Project guidelines

By Mike Guevarra

November 17, 2012

Many seniors this school year are having a tough time for different reasons, and one of the biggest ones is their senior project. The senior project is a year-long assignment that the 12th grade students work on. It is their choice, as long as it's approved by their administrator. It is also a graduatio...

Several upgrades as school year begins

By AnhViet Nguyen

September 5, 2012

Each school year brings new changes and a chance to start anew. Over the summer, construction crews worked on the $1.3 million roof renovation project. Students and staff had limited access to the building, but many back to school events took place. While students and staff may have already noticed the...

Kenneth Vallester

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By Erick Yanzon

June 13, 2012

Kenneth Vallester is one of the kindest and gentle hearted gentleman who will be graduating later on this month. He is a Christian and is very involved in his church and in the surrounding community. Vallester’s culminating project was all about helping people who are less fortunate. He visited...

Multicultural Dinner, a success

Multicultural Dinner, a success

By Megan Resler

April 14, 2010

The multicultural dinner took place on March 25 from 6:30-9:00 p.m. in the HUB. “It was a celebration of diversity,” Kevin Phok co-host of the event said. Admission was free, but all attendants were encouraged to bring a dish of food form their culture to contribute to the potluck. Turnout...

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