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Performing your civic duty by being an informed voter

October 26, 2020

With the general election in less than a week, and due to the high-stakes riding on the results, information on voting is more crucial now than it has ever been. Many Americans find participating in this...

Protests against police brutality continue in Seattle

Organizers and leaders of Tuesday's protest share goals and safety information before the march.
Peaceful protesters gathered near Westlake Center on Tuesday and marched to meet with Mayor Jenny Durkan.
June 4, 2020

Protests against police brutality and systemic racism erupted across the Seattle area over the past weekend. Cities in all 50 states have seen similar protests in response to the death of George Floyd,...

Easter Bunny spreads holiday cheer through Brier neighborhoods

The Easter Bunny is driven through local neighborhoods by Brier Park Board volunteers during the parade on the day before Easter. He waved to excited families and their children who gathered in their front yards to participate in the festivities.
April 15, 2020

As the spring holidays roll around this year, many people have had to adjust to canceled plans and events as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.  One of these events affected by the pandemic was the...

March news update

March news update
March 5, 2020

International Caribbean rocked by massive earthquake A 7.7 magnitude earthquake hit the Caribbean at approximately 2 p.m. local time on Jan. 28, with an epicenter near the southern tip of Cuba. Tsunami...

Superintendent hopefuls share plans, opinions

March 3, 2020

On Monday, March 2 the two hopefuls for the superintendent position of the Edmonds School District, Dr. Gustavo Balderas and Dr. Deborah Rumbagh, answered questions live from an audience mostly consisting...

Snowmageddon’s sequel extends the school year, again

Snowmageddon’s sequel extends the school year, again
March 1, 2020

A moderately high level of snow returned to the lowlands of western Washington state earlier this year causing disruptions. Snohomish County experienced over six inches of snow, causing all schools and...

Athletics department seeks funds to replace Terraceum scoreboards

January 27, 2020

Athletics Director Sharalee Burr and the MTHS Boosters Club are spearheading an effort to replace the scoreboards in the Terraceum, a project which will cost approximately $30,000. The current scoreboards...

Fatal car crash leads to fire, road closure

44th Avenue West was blocked off in both directions at 220th Street Southwest and buses were directed toward an alternative route.
January 6, 2020

44th Avenue West just south of Mountlake Terrace High School reopened at around 3 p.m. on Monday after being closed most of the day due to a fatal vehicle accident that led to downed power lines and...

Food drive helps neighbors in need

December 28, 2019

Throughout November, Terrace students watch as the back end of the HUB is gradually filled with canned and boxed food items donated by students, staff and community members. This occurs each year as a...

Relief on the horizon for aging district buildings

December 2, 2019

On Wednesday, November 6, representatives from the Edmonds School District came to the MTHS career center to inform community members of the upcoming Bond and Capital and Technology Levy that will be on...

Step up for Trade UP

Edmonds School District (ESD) collaborates with Snohomish County Labor to organize the first ESD Trade UP event.
Edmonds School District hosts its first Trade UP event for high school students
October 21, 2019

It’s that time of year when high school students are filling out college applications and filing their FAFSA. There are many useful events to help students through the college admission process,...

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