• The 2024 Tempo yearbook distribution day is 6/11!
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  • Prom is Friday, 6/7!
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The Hawkeye

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

School News

Sophomore Travis Herberg performs his saxophone solo during A Little Minor Booze at the Hot Java Cool Jazz concert in March.

Sweepstakes winners in the Northwest

By Terina Papatu, Hawkeye Co-Editor-in-chief May 24, 2024

Big, loud, and bold is how Terrace’s Jazz Ensemble 1 performs. A week following Mountlake Terrace’s competion in the Newport High School Jazz Festival where they brought home a handful of awards, Jazz...

Summer school becoming inaccessibe

Summer school becoming inaccessibe

By Madeline Simkowiak, Staff March 25, 2024

Students of Edmonds School District are once again facing a lack of support with a change to the online summer school classes, which makes them inaccessible to most students. The summer school program...

Students Tate Haney, Adelaide St. John,  Elio Isley, and Seble Daniel pose next to a cardboard cutout of Lily Gladstone.

Oscars results shock Terrace community

By Lucas Barquin, Op/Ed Editor March 25, 2024

Glitz, fame, and glamor. Many individuals dream of a life where their face is projected onto the big screen, and for 2004 Mountlake Terrace High School graduate Lily Gladstone, this dream became her reality. Following...

Rocket Hawks fly to state

By Sabin Metallo, Adrian Knowlton, and David Cardwell February 28, 2024

The MTHS esports team, the Rocket Hawks, placed fourth in the Rocket League State Championships on Feb. 24. Members Ryan Sturgill, Jesse Kilgore, Daniel Reyes, and Colin Medcroft competed in the matches....

Yaretzi Ramirez Olivera displays a colorful Mexican huipil dress during the fashion show

Students represent their cultures at assembly

By Ciara Constantino and Mylin Nguyen February 20, 2024

Every year, the Multicultural Assembly gives students the opportunity to represent their culture. Students show up at school dressed in attire from their culture. From the flag walk, fashion show, and...

Students and staff were able to collect more than 1,800 pounds of food in the HUB to donate to the Mountlake Terrace Food Bank.

Food drive an ultimate success

By Terina Papatu, Co Editor-In-Chief December 12, 2023

The early months of the school year are always quite busy for MTHS students–new schedules, homecoming, and all sorts of fundraisers. One of the most notable fundraisers that Terrace holds every school...

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)....

Terrace senior Sarah Al-Maiahi holds up a sign, which states “Free Palestine, Tigray, Sudan, Congo, and Haiti” while she and the rest of the student protesters stand outside the front of Starbucks in Cedar Plaza.

Students walkout, protest in support of innocent Palestinians

By Halle Connell, News Editor November 22, 2023

Around 50 MTHS  students walked out in a vocal protest in solidarity with Palestine the morning of Nov. 21. Students chanted “Free free! Palestine!” as well as “From the [Jordan] river to the [Mediterranean]...

Chemistry teacher John Traxler presenting an explosive experiment. This experiment can also be seen in the MTHS Lip Sync video from 2018.

Terrace hosts STEM night

By Kaylee Miyamoto, Online Manager November 2, 2023

It has been 2 years since Edmonds School District came back in person from online learning, and with that disrupted the community building so crucial to many programs. As STEM enters back into another...

Updated bell schedules leave students in a scramble

Updated bell schedules leave students in a scramble

By Lucas Barquin, Op/Ed Editor September 28, 2023

This past school year, the Edmonds School District (ESD) dealt with many changes. Budget cuts the update of the district’s freedom of expression policy, and one of the biggest alterations, school schedules. Every...

Junior Angela Grachev (left) and sophomore Chengxuan Li (right) posing during the international HOSA conference after Li won the first place award in Biotechnology.

Terrace’s healthcare professionals bring home big wins

By Terina Papatu, Co-Editor-In-Chief June 29, 2023

This year, HOSA, Future Health Professionals (previously known as American Health Occupations Education Student Organization), held their international leadership conference in Dallas, Texas. From June...

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