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Mural update

Mural update

By Ryanne Vogel
June 10
Filed under News, School News

Andrew Morrison, popular local Native American artist and Mountlake Terrace High School graduate, was notified of the cancellation of the multicultural mural he was painting in the Hub in fourth week of March. The prepping and painting of the multicultural mural was planned to begin during Spring Break. ...

Hawks 2nd in state

By admin
June 10
Filed under News, School News

The Terrace softball team made history as they took second place in the 4A state tournament in Tacoma. Led by dominant senior pitcher Kori Seidlitz and a strong core of seniors, the Hawks cruised their way through districts and eventually beat Cascade 3-0 in the district finals to take the WesCo crown...

Missing lunch trays

By Lauren Bennett
June 10
Filed under News, School News

Since the beginning of the school year – or at least since the school started using plastic lunch trays – the school has been missing trays. About 146 from the 600 total have been missing, an amount currently costing the school $730. Since the school began using the plastic trays, they’ve been...

SWAT and police take over Terrace for mock lock down

By Shahrum Ali
June 10
Filed under News, School News

On May 28 Mountlake Terrace High School was under a two and a half hour hard lock down drill. Unlike regular school lock downs, this drill was coordinated by and involved mainly the Brier and neighboring police and safety departments. The scenario was to have an active shooter(s) within the school, with...

Relay for Life re-sparks awareness

By Navarre Kerr
June 10
Filed under News, School News

Hawks for Hope and numerous other supporters from South Snohomish County met on the Lynnwood High School track for the 2009 Relay for Life® on May 16 and 17. The yearly event is supported by the American Cancer Society to help people get involved and contribute in the fight against cancer. Over 3.5...

ATM surprises MTHS

By Joan Tran
June 1
Filed under News, School News

An ATM machine was installed near the MTHS theater March 13. Terrace is the only school in the district with an ATM machine. There is a fee of $1.75 to withdraw money from the machine. Of that, $0.50 will go to ASB. It also requires that a minimum of $10 be withdrawn. This is inconvenient for people...

Snow keeps students indoors

By Sharon McClintock
February 4
Filed under News, School News

Edmonds School District (ESD) along with many other school districts in Washington state suffered from snowstorms just before winter break. Snowstorms continued to block roadways for about two weeks. In response to these weather conditions, several days of school were canceled. Principal Greg Schwab...

Vending machine changes delayed again

By admin
February 4
Filed under News, School News

The new year is opening with many changes, including a adaptations with the vending machines. Policy had it that by the end of February, most vending machine contents would be banned. However, due to negotiations mainly advocated by Kim “Stew” Stewart, both the contents of vending and soda pop machines...

Terrace Hi-Q faces off in the theater

By Suzanne Cho
February 4
Filed under News, School News

The MTHS Hi-Q team had a home match on Wed, Jan. 8, in the MTHS Theater. The MTHS Hi-Q team was up against the Hi-Q teams from Cascade High School and Glacier Peak High School. Hi-Q, an academic quiz competition for high school students, first started in 1948 in Pennsylvania and Washington in 1976. The...

Abrupt loss of activity bus affects students

By admin
October 14
Filed under News, School News

In previous years, schools throughout Edmonds School District 15 (ESD), have provided an after-school activities/athletics bus. It was transportation for people with extra-curricular involvement and went through a broad range of stops to comply with everyone’s needs. Due to this year’s budget cuts,...

Unexpected fire alarm goes off 15 minutes before school is over

By Hawkeye Staff
October 1
Filed under News, School News

It was just another fire drill that would be over in a few minutes – or so students thought. At around 1:35 p.m. on Oct. 1, students heard the blaring sirens, which was unusual for an ordinary drill. There’ve been two drills in the past month, which could’ve been deceiving to students that the...

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