The Hawkeye

Food drive helps neighbors in need

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief

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 result of the annual food drive organized by the ASB for the Concern for Neighbors Food Bank in Mount...

Personal accounts may be removed from Chromebooks

By Maggie O'Hara and Rachel Davis

December 22, 2019

What would it be like if you could only use your official school Google account on your district-issued Chromebook? Students may soon find out, although the district's IT department has delayed the move to bar personal accounts following strong reactions since the plan was announced. An email was se...

Foundation for ESD receives $55,000 for scholarship fund

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief

December 8, 2019

The Foundation for Edmonds School District has received a $55,000 grant to fund high school scholarships from the Hazel Miller Foundation. The grant was announced by the Foundation on Tuesday, Dec. 3 and will award $5,000 each to selected graduating high school seniors in the ESD through the Morris and...

Policy impacts students with open class periods

By Rachel Davis and Maggie O'Hara

December 4, 2019

Terrace’s policy requiring students to leave campus during their free periods has undergone changes in enforcement for this school year. The stricter enforcement of the policy and restricted access to campus for students in eLearning classes has led several students affected by the policy to feel as th...

Relief on the horizon for aging district buildings

By Nathaniel Reyes, News Editor

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 the ballot for the February election. The presentation was attended by several teachers and lasted ...

Royal revolution

By Cecilia Negash, E.J. Jones, and Katrina Bushman

November 30, 2019

The 2019-2020 school year brought many changes to the homecoming coronation process in an effort to be more gender-inclusive. The goal of the Associated Student Body in making these changes was to create an environment where every student could feel welcome and free to express themselves. According to sophomo...

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. This year, the video for the annual presentation has been completely remade.  The newly produced video was reviewed and approve...

Graffiti threat discovered on bathroom stall

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief

November 5, 2019

Administrators became aware of graffiti making a threat against the safety of the school after it was reported by a student around 10 a.m. today. The graffiti, which was written on the wall of a bathroom stall, threatened the safety of the school and mentioned November 12.  In an email sent out t...

AP deadlines change, educators split

By Nathaniel Reyes, News Editor

November 2, 2019

The deadline to sign up for Advanced Placement exams has been pushed back by the College Board for this school year. The ordering deadline for AP exams to avoid a late fee was previously set in March, but has been pushed forward to November 15. All students nationwide must have their exams ordered b...

Terrace student arrested on suspicion of robbery

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief

October 31, 2019

Principal Greg Schellenberg informed Terrace families about a situation on campus that led to the arrest of a student earlier this week. In an email sent out to Terrace families on Tuesday, Oct. 29, the administration revealed that an arrest was made on campus on Monday, Oct. 28, in connection to a rob...

Supt. Kris McDuffy: One for the books

Supt. Kris McDuffy: One for the books

By Ritika Khanal, Op/Ed Editor

October 30, 2019

Dr. Kristine McDuffy, after 37 years involved in public education in Washington state, 17 of which were spent as a superintendent, announced in August that she would be retiring at the end of the 2019-2020 school year. She has served as the superintendent of the Edmonds School District since the start...

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