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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

Nina Otebele, Outreach Manager

Nina Otebele is a sophomore at MTHS. This is her first year in Hawkeye as a staff member. Nina loves writing, which is one of the reasons she joined Hawkeye. She also joined Hawkeye to practice her photography skills. Outside of Hawkeye, Nina is an active Girl Scout, a member of the Rocketry Club and Vice President of Feminism Club. She is also apart of the Museum of Flight's apprenticeship program, where she gets to build her own exhibits for the museum.

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Snowmageddon’s sequel extends the school year, again

Snowmageddon’s sequel extends the school year, again

By Nina Otebele, Outreach Manager
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,...

Terrace choirs carol for elderly

By Nina Otebele, Outreach Manager
December 20, 2019

“Candlelight, angel light, Firelight and starglow, Shine on his cradle 'til breaking of dawn. Gloria, gloria, in excelsis deo, Angels are singing, the Christ child is born.” So...

September news update

September news update

By Nolan DeGarlais, Amy Harris, and Nina Otebele
September 8, 2019

International Iran rejects further talks After President Donald Trump expressed hope after the G7 summit that Iran would be willing to meet with the United States to discuss...

Terrace’s own rocketeer

By Nina Otebele
June 21, 2019

Some people believe that high school doesn’t help individuals grow and learn more about the world around them, but this is certainly not the case for Austin Thiessen. From...

Students should speak up about spirit

Students should speak up about spirit

By Nina Otebele
May 23, 2019

Like many schools, every few months MTHS has a week dedicated to showing school spirit. Spirit weeks are a great way to have students show school spirit, whether it’s to hype...

Midterm exams only lead to unneeded stress

Midterm exams only lead to unneeded stress

By Nina Otebele
April 10, 2019

November is a glorious month to enjoy family, turkeys, the leaves changing color; the spring season arrives in April along with, of course, midterm exams. In case you didn’t...

Immigration: Is It really a big deal?

Immigration: Is It really a big deal?

By Nina Otebele
April 10, 2019

Our society tends to portray immigration in a negative light. We hear all the time on the news and from our own president about how dangerous undocumented immigrants are and how...

Eighth graders considering the MTHS STEM program pose during a rocket-building activity.

STEM orientation night introduces eighth graders to pathways

By Nina Otebele, Hawkeye staff
November 11, 2018

MTHS students and staff hosted the annual eighth grade STEM night on Wednesday, Nov. 7 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Every year, MTHS hosts a STEM night to attract incoming ninth...

Seniors Sally Benedict and Kaylee Hynek prepare their presentation for IATRIX21, a club focused on women in STEM.

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Seniors Sally Benedict and Kaylee Hynek prepare their presentation for IATRIX21, a club focused on women in STEM.

Sophomores Jonas Rivera and Anna Mai and senior Ian Hofbeck demonstrate MTHSs competition robots for eighth graders and their parents.

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Sophomores Jonas Rivera and Anna Mai and senior Ian Hofbeck demonstrate MTHS's competition robots for eighth graders and their parents.

Parents of prospective STEM freshmen watch a presentation by members of MTHS robotics.

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Parents of prospective STEM freshmen watch a presentation by members of MTHS robotics.

Eighth graders listen to a presentation by MTHS STEM teacher Bryan Smelcer.

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Eighth graders listen to a presentation by MTHS STEM teacher Bryan Smelcer.

Eighth graders work on building rockets from straws and paper. These rockets will be launched by MTHS rocketry students using compressed air launchers.

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Eighth graders work on building rockets from straws and paper. These rockets will be launched by MTHS rocketry students using compressed air launchers.

Seniors Sally Benedict and Kaylee Hynek at their board for IATRIX21, a club focused on women in science.

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Seniors Sally Benedict and Kaylee Hynek at their board for IATRIX21, a club focused on women in science.

Eighth graders listen to a presentation by STEM teacher Bryan Smelcer.

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Eighth graders listen to a presentation by STEM teacher Bryan Smelcer.

The hidden program pathways

The hidden program pathways

By Nina Otebele, Hawkeye Staff
October 19, 2018

What makes each high school in the Edmonds School District (ESD) unique? Edmonds Woodway has the International Baccalaureate program, Meadowdale focuses on art and music, Scriber...

Senior Cole Goodnight works on his assignment in Ethnic Studies.

The first month: A look into Ethnic Studies

By Nina Otebele, Hawkeye Staff
October 19, 2018

Ethnic Studies is a new class being taught at Mountlake Terrace High School (MTHS) this year. The class teaches students about different cultures around the world, and it is...

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