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

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

The Hawkeye

Kaylee Miyamoto

Kaylee Miyamoto, Online Manager

All content by Kaylee Miyamoto
NO HITTER! Sophomore Owen Meek throws a fastball against the Lynnwood
Royals in a complete no-hitter 7-inning game on April 15. The Hawks won 7-0, and although there have been combined no-hitters in school history, Meek’s is the first by a solo pitcher..

[Photo] Hawks find success in a memorable spring

By Soren Ramerman, Hawkeye Staff
May 22, 2024

NO HITTER! Sophomore Owen Meek throws a fastball against the Lynnwood Royals in a complete no-hitter 7-inning game on April 15. The Hawks won 7-0, and although there have been...

STEM 12 at WSSEF

STEM 12 at WSSEF

By Kaylee Miyamoto, Online Manager
May 23, 2024

After many months of research, writing and plenty of late nights, the seniors at Terrace who take the STEM 12 English class finally put their projects up for judging at the annual...

Michael Russel, under Zach Rogers supervision, swaps out the last swerve wheel for one with fresh tread.

Chilly takes on the world

By Kaylee Miyamoto, Online Manager
May 17, 2024

For the first time in six years Terrace’s Chill Out, FRC (FIRST Robotics Competition) team 1778, flew down to Houston, Texas competing against over 600 of the best teams in the...

Ron Worley stands outside the Hallmark Visitors Center in the same place that J.C. Hall did in the late 1900s. He is retireing after over 27 years with the company.

Kansas City: Continuing the mission

      Nestled right in the heart of Kansas City is the Hallmark Visitors Center. As downtown Kansas City declinedwas declining through eras of urban...

Senior Kien Trung accepts the first place award for structures at the TSA state convention.

STEM Hawks earn state awards

By Kaylee Miyamoto, Online Manager
March 21, 2024

This past week three of Terrace’s major STEM clubs, Technology Student Association (TSA), Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), and FIRST Robotics (FRC) competed across...

Senior Braden Ryder performs trombone at SNO-KING

Musicians hit a high note at SNO-KING

By Kaylee Miyamoto, Hawkeye Staff
February 21, 2024

Four talented musicians from MTHS’s band and orchestra program have been selected to perform with the Washington All-State Music Ensembles in Yakima later this month. Daniela...

STEM Bazaar Holiday offerings, wood ornament and holiday miniature homes, among other crafts.

Holiday bazaar: STEM takes off

By Kaylee Miyamoto, Online Manager
December 12, 2023

STEM Bazaar Holiday offerings, wood ornament and holiday miniature homes, among other crafts.

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...

At least two vehicles were destroyed in a garage fire Monday afternoon, Dec. 4, on Brier Road near Brier Terrace Middle School.

Garage fire on Brier Road delays BTMS dismissal

By Terina Papatu and Kaylee Miyamoto
December 4, 2023

Dismissal from BTMS was delayed by nearly 30 minutes this afternoon as a garage fire across the street closed Brier Road just north of the middle school. While fire officials...

Terrace cheerleaders and homecoming court coming together to lead students in the iconic cheer, ‘Supersonic’.

[Photo] Our destination?

By Ciara Constantino and Efrata Solomon
November 2, 2023

Terrace cheerleaders and homecoming court coming together to lead students in the iconic cheer, ‘Supersonic’.

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...

October news update

October news update

Local Brier Terrace closed Oct. 6th due to asbestos in the vents By Halle Connell On Oct. 5th, 2023 at 5:00 p.m., an email was sent to all parents of Brier Terrace Middle...

September news update

September news update

National   Maui fires leave residents displaced By Terina Papatu Brush fires ignited among the island of Maui on Aug. 8 quickly advancing into wildfires....

Gabriel Espitia and Ryan Acheson receiving their scholarship on stage

Terrace musicians receive scholarships

By Kaylee Miyamoto, Social Media/Online Manager
May 21, 2023

Ever since the first Edmonds Jazz Connection, MTHS has performed and for their 21st performance, two members of Jazz 1, seniors Ryan Acheson and Gabriel Espitia, received a $2,000...

Members of the Edmonds School District protesting the budget cuts in the board room.

Budget cuts bring community together

By Kaylee Miyamoto, Online Manager
April 29, 2023

Leading up to the school board meeting on April 18, the discussion about budget cuts became a whirlwind of outcry at Terrace and other schools in the Edmonds School District (ESD)....

by Hawkeye Staff

Beneath San Francisco’s Union Square

By Kaylee Miyamoto and Evan Kerani
April 21, 2023

  In the center of Union Square is a symbol that calls back to its historical past. The Dewey Monument towers over the square, dedicating the victory by the Americans...

Proposed budget cuts could eliminate many electives

Proposed budget cuts could eliminate many electives

By Kaylee Miyamoto, Online Manager
April 17, 2023

The phrase “Fight for the Performing Arts” on bright red posters has been in front of students the past week in an effort to gain support for Terrace's performing arts programs...

Back to the olden days - Internet? What is that?

Back to the olden days – Internet? What is that?

By Kaylee Miyamoto and Rachel Davis
February 18, 2023

On Jan. 31, Edmonds School District (ESD) discovered a series of suspicious activities that had been happening on the district servers since Jan. 17. The district took measures...

Student tip, swift police action lead to arrest

Student tip, swift police action lead to arrest

By Kaylee Miyamoto
October 21, 2022

Thanks to a tip from a student, Edmonds police arrested a 15-year-old student who reportedly was carrying a loaded gun on the Edmonds-Woodway H.S. campus late last month. No one...

Homespun social media accounts aim to create community

Homespun social media accounts aim to create community

By Kaylee Miyamoto
October 21, 2022

Last school year, many students would see accounts popping up showcasing bizarre photos, confessions and more. While the infamous accounts have returned this year, students have...

September 2022 news update

National Classified documents found by the FBI By Jakob Nacanaynay On Aug. 8, 2022, the FBI raided former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla....

Gender-neutral bathrooms come to Terrace

Gender-neutral bathrooms come to Terrace

By Kaylee Miyamoto
September 7, 2022

Walking down the music hallway, the bathrooms by the entrance to the wing are much different than they were last summer. What were previously women’s and men’s bathrooms side...

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...

Cash and cans for the community

Cash and cans for the community

By Kaylee Miyamoto
December 1, 2021

Throughout the month of November through Dec. 1, the MTHS community comes together to collect money and donate non-perishable canned and boxed food for those in need. Food will...

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