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Edmonds School Board discusses vending machine revenue decrease, possible solutions

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor

May 25, 2016

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...

Former student charged with third-degree rape

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor

April 22, 2016

Snohomish County prosecutors charged a former MTHS 17-year-old male student with third-degree rape, a felony, earlier this week for a sexual assault that occurred on campus in January. (See related story). On Tuesday, the boy was charged by Snohomish County Deputy prosecutor Randy Yates. According to Yates, th...

Junior Jordan Hsu develops new Math Club at MTHS

Junior Jordan Hsu develops new Math Club at MTHS

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor

March 26, 2016

As of October, Math Club meets every Friday in math teacher Nick Lencioni’s room, room During the meeting, members practice math equations out of a pamphlet from the American Mathematics Competition (AMC), an organization dedicated to “strengthening the mathematical capabilities of [the U.S.] yout...

MTHS teacher among winners of international writing contest

By Mikayla Smith, Hawkeye Staff

March 23, 2016

MTHS Humanities teacher Stephen Merlino won second place in a fiction short story writing contest called ‘Writers of the Future’. With this contest having the most admissions out of all the years it’s been held, a shocking eight thousand, Merlino said he feels so lucky to have had his story ch...

Chess Club starts up at MTHS

Chess Club starts up at MTHS

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor

March 18, 2016

The green numbers from the chess clock ticks away as Chess Club president and senior Tyler Grabarczyk sets up the board. Every Tuesday and Thursday, Chess Club meets in room 112, English teacher Robert Reichle’s classroom. According to Reichle, the club began in January, after him and Grabarczyk discuss...

Three MTHS students build professional clothing line

Juniors Samuel Polevoy (left), Malek Qibba (center) and Bukhari Shakil (right) pose in their Exoticco shirts at the front of the school.

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor

March 16, 2016

His summer before his sophomore year, junior Bukhari Shakil decided he wanted something different. With the help of his friend, he set up a clothing line, originally named Exotic Clothing Company. When his friend left the business and juniors Malek Qibaa and Samuel Polevoy helped him set up the web...

MTHS Robotics teams advance to quarterfinals in FIRST competition

Chill Out works on the robot's C Clamp, which had been bent in the last match.

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor

March 16, 2016

On Saturday and Sunday, the MTHS Robotics team, Chill Out, competed against multiple other Washington state robotics teams in the annual FIRST Robotics competition. The theme of the competition was FIRST Stronghold and the game field was set up similar to a medieval setting, with game posts made to lo...

Rogers Market Place closing, MLT says goodbye

SIgns hang in the window of Rogers Market, reading

By Marianne Nacanaynay, 2018-2019 TEMPO Executive Editor

March 4, 2016

Walking past the nearly barren shelves of Roger’s Market Place reminds those of what it had been. For 14 years, Roger’s has sat on the corner of 232nd street and 56th Avenue in Mountlake Terrace under the care of Roger Bottman. But with Bottman’s passing on January 21 at 75-years-old and incre...

Sally Edwards returns to MTHS, shares to students why technology is necessary in P.E. classes

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor

February 27, 2016

On Friday, February 26, Heart Zones USA spokesperson Sally Edwards spoke to P.E. teacher Susan Lahti’s sixth period class for the second time about why the new Smart Sensor is vital to have in P.E. classes. She explained that P.E. class is not recess and should not be treated as such. In order for ...

MTHS graduate and MLT resident goes missing, body possibly found by detectives, according to officials

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor

February 24, 2016

The Mountlake Terrace Police Department (MLTPD) was alerted to the dead body of a woman found in a culvert located at the intersection of 244th Street Southwest and Cedar Way Sunday afternoon. The body was found at approximately noon, according to MLTPD Commander Kevin Pickard and investigators. ...

“Moon Over Buffalo” comedy to play tomorrow, through Saturday

By Erica Lampers, Hawkeye Staff

February 3, 2016

The MTHS drama department is premiering their second play of the school year, “ Moon Over Buffalo” tomorrow, Thursday, Feb. 4, at 7 p.m., through Saturday, Feb. 6.   The play is set in Buffalo, New York in 1953 and is about a family of stage actors trying to make it in the world by impressin...

A day to celebrate, commemorate and remember

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor

November 10, 2015

In honor of the U.S. veterans, the Veterans Day assembly was held Nov. 10 after second period in the main gym. The MC, MTHS former staff member Dave Dolacky hosted the assembly. Dolacky was also a Vietnam war veteran, but he said, during the assembly, he’s proud to be a hawk. Dolacky began the...

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