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The student news site of Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington.

The Hawkeye

The student news site of Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington.

The Hawkeye

Health

Spotting abusive relationships

Spotting abusive relationships

By Halle Connell and Lucas Barquin February 21, 2024

Abusive, manipulative, and toxic behavior are all too common among teens, especially within romantic relationships. According to Youth.gov, 76% of teenagers report going through emotional and psychological...

Its possible to quit smoking/vaping

It’s possible to quit smoking/vaping

By Hannah Sevier, General Staff December 12, 2023

According to drugabusestatistics.org,“2.08 million (8.33%) of 12-17 year olds nationwide have reported using drugs in the last month. Among those 2.08 million teens, 83.88% are using marijuana. 591,000...

Health clinic comes to Terrace

Health clinic comes to Terrace

By Kaylee Miyamoto, Online Manager December 12, 2023

As late as Feb. 2024 and possibly sooner in Jan., Terrace students will have access to dental, medical, and mental health professionals within the building through a School-based Health Center (SBHC)....

The effect of homelessness and poverty on students

The effect of homelessness and poverty on students

By Desmond Conrad and Brennan Bahe October 13, 2023

A 2021-22 report made by the Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (WOSPI), stated that 37,337 students currently enrolled in Washington state schools were experiencing homelessness....

Restrictions on transgender healthcare

Restrictions on transgender healthcare

By Lucas Barquin and Adrian Knowlton March 11, 2023

Earlier this month, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signed into law a ban against all gender-affirming care for transgender youth under the age of 18. The bill, signed on March 2, 2023, not only prohibits gender-affirming...

By Charli Gilchrist

What a country without Roe v. Wade means for the Future

By Lucas Barquin, Hawkeye Staff March 5, 2023

Living in a post Roe v. Wade world, many people – particularly minorities – are scared for what the future may hold.  On Friday, June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, getting rid...

Tired brain wearing a blanket as a cape holding a mug of coffee on a sick day

State law supports mental health

By Maggie O'Hara and Cecilia Negash September 12, 2022

Starting this school year, students in Washington State will be allowed to take excused absences for mental health reasons without needing a doctor’s note or medical diagnosis. This change comes as a...

Latest virus variant forces several changes

By Kaylee Miyamoto, Staff February 9, 2022

As the omicron variant of COVID-19 surged across the nation and within schools, Edmonds School District officials and the MTHS administration made various changes to attempt to prevent the further spread...

District to close schools over COVID-19 concerns

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief March 11, 2020

In an email sent out to all Edmonds School District staff members on Wednesday night, Superintendent Dr. Kris McDuffy announced that all schools will be closed beginning Monday, March 16 through at least...

Unfounded fears fuel hatred with the coronavirus

Unfounded fears fuel hatred with the coronavirus

By Cecilia Negash and Phuong Lam March 10, 2020

A newly identified coronavirus, originating from Wuhan in the Hubei province of China, has been spreading across China and many other nations. This virus, COVID-19, is an infectious disease that had yet...

Presentations address student mental health

By Rachel Davis and Cyanne Esguerra November 29, 2019

Counselors will be visiting all English 9 classes on Nov. 14 to present suicide prevention information. While this presentation has been done for the past several years, there are some notable changes....

Breast Cancer Awareness Month unites community for a cure

By Casey Carpenter October 23, 2019

If you’ve walked around the neighborhood lately, or watched the news, you might notice a significant amount of people wearing pink. It’s October, and that means it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month....

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