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Know your rights

By Sierra Clark, Co-Editor-in-Chief

May 14, 2018


Filed under News, School News

“Know your rights,” say The Clash in their protest song of the same name, which highlights differences they observed between the rights — the right not to be killed, the right to food money, and the right to free speech — that people seem to have and the rights that are actually enforced. Students, like The Clash, have the r...

Washington schools afflicted by Skyward outage

By Nolan DeGarlais, News Editor

April 28, 2018


Filed under News, School News, Technology

The Skyward service went down after a technology glitch on the afternoon of Friday, April 20, cutting off all parent, teacher and student access to the service for nearly a week. Skyward is used by 274 out of the 294 school districts in Washington state to manage everything from student grades to informat...

Students walk out in protest of school shootings

Students walk out in protest of school shootings

By Teresa Bonilla, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2018


Filed under Featured Stories, Local News, News, School News

Today’s walkout was held on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting. Lane Murdock a Sophomore from Ridgefield High School in Connecticut organized the walkout on a national level. The walkout at terrace was organized by students who met in Mr. Tongs room to make signs at flyers. T...

ESD considers changes in non-student time

By Nolan DeGarlais, News Editor

April 20, 2018


Filed under News, School News

The Edmonds School District (ESD) recently decided to consider changing the way non-student time is distributed throughout the school year at all school levels. Non-student time refers to the half-days and non-student days where school district staff are given time to work on improving their instruc...

An inventory checkoff of school sheds

An inventory checkoff of school sheds

By Nina Pavlovic, Hawkeye Staff

March 23, 2018


Filed under News, School News

Right outside of the softball field here at MTHS, there are two sheds that hold emergency supplies. These supplies are supposed to be used to not only sustain students and staff in the case of natural disasters, but also to shelter students and staff from the harsh weather if people were ever forced out ...

ESD passes replacement levy to maintain educational operations

By Nolan DeGarlais, News Editor

February 20, 2018


Filed under News, recent, School News

Preliminary election results from the Snohomish County special election which took place on Tuesday, Feb. 13 show the Edmonds School District (ESD) Replacement School Programs and Operations Levy passing with 54.33 percent voter approval as of Feb. 19. School district levies require over 50 percent ...

Hall pass regulations tightened to prevent fire alarms

By Annika Prom, Lifestyle Editor

February 11, 2018


Filed under News, School News

Staff and administration now require students to sign out on a sheet when using a hall pass during class time. They enacted this measure in response to the four fire alarms set off in January, none of which were attributed to an actual fire. Fire alarms rang on Jan. 10, 11, 23 and 24. The latter two occur...

TSA takes home honors from regional competitions

TSA takes home honors from regional competitions

By Nolan DeGarlais, News Editor

January 31, 2018


Filed under News, School News, STEM, Technology, TSA

The MTHS Technology Student Association (TSA) hosted their first regional competition on Saturday, Jan. 13 at MTHS. Students from five schools inside and outside of the district competed in events at the competition, with 11 MTHS students taking top three positions. The event featured competitions in Ex...

Funding, class sizes requirements cause scheduling problems

Funding, class sizes requirements cause scheduling problems

By Ian Dortsch, Hawkeye Staff

January 19, 2018


Filed under Feature, News, School News, Uncategorized

Schools tend to have problems with class sizes, and MTHS is no exception. Even this year, the school had problems with organizing the classes students will be taking, some of which you might’ve heard about or experienced yourself. While it may not seem like it, class sizes affect everyone. Because of the amoun...

The revised Constitution

The revised Constitution

By Nolan DeGarlais, News Editor

January 19, 2018


Filed under ASB elections, Feature, News, School News

The Associated Student Body (ASB) proposed amendments to the ASB constitution in an email sent out schoolwide on Jan. 3. The amendment process began over the summer of 2017 when the six officers of the schoolwide Executive ASB — known as “Big 6”—  decided the constitution needed updates to more c...

C Team Triumphs

By Sarah Davis, Sports Co-Editor

January 19, 2018


Filed under News, School News, Sports

Terrace men’s basketball is seeing one success after another with the varsity and JV teams dominating both this season and last. That also includes the Terrace C-team as they are winning against many opposing C-teams. Last year’s C-team was strong, with an ending record of 15-3. This year’s t...

A powerful start to the robotics season

By Teresa Bonilla, Staff Writer

January 16, 2018


Filed under News, School News, STEM, Technology, The425

On January 6 at 7 a.m., about 1,000 people gathered in the Terraceum for the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) kickoff. Each year, a new FRC challenge is issued, and kickoff is the international time and date when the challenge is released. The only information teams have before kickoff is the name of the...

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