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

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). On that night, students,...

Speaking to community members, students and staff at an open public forum in the Terraceum, Rebecca Miner addresses questions posed by audience members

Miner: The Unanimous Choice to Remain at the ESD Helm

By Jakob Nacanaynay, Sports Editor February 20, 2023

On Feb. 8, 2023, Interim Superintendent Rebecca Miner, Ed.D was voted unanimously by the ESD Board to become the new permanent superintendent, edging out finalist Concepcion (Concie) Pedroza, Ed.D. The...

An illustration of a tree falling into powerlines, with the dark background contrasting the white snowy tree and snow falling.

December News Update

A lot happens in a month. From fashion to finance, we are constantly bombarded by headlines from around the world.  Here are the Hawkeye’s picks for what you need to know. Local Snowy conditions plague...

A silhouetted side profile of someone speaking with a speech bubble.

Policy protects student expression

By Terina Papatu November 27, 2022

The Edmonds School District (ESD) unanimously adopted a significantly updated freedom of expression policy on Nov. 8 – a policy that sets a high standard for other public school districts across the...

Four students sit along a desk, all contemplating whether or not to continue wearing their masks at school.

The mask mandate is gone, but uncertainty remains

By Mika Raring March 31, 2022

In an attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19, protective face coverings have been required for the past two years by the Washington State Department of Health. This has recently changed, however, with...

Creating gender-inclusive classrooms

Creating gender-inclusive classrooms

By Ritika Khanal January 20, 2022

For several years, the Edmonds School District has made an effort to work towards creating a more inclusive culture across the district, in buildings and in classrooms. This effort has included those with...

Districts internet filter blocks LGBTQIA+ resources for students

District’s internet filter blocks LGBTQIA+ resources for students

By Ritika Khanal November 19, 2021

As senior Emma Kerani was preparing for a current events discussion in their ethnic studies class, they began looking up the safest schools for LGBTQIA+ students in the nation. Pacific University, they’d...

Inslee announces statewide mask mandate and vaccination requirements for educators

By Ritika Khanal August 19, 2021

Gov. Jay Inslee announced on Wednesday that all Washington state residents five and up, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear masks indoors starting Aug. 23. Following this statement,...

Edmonds Education Association and Edmonds School District reach tentative reopening agreement

March 23, 2021

The Edmonds Education Association (EEA) and the Edmonds School District (ESD) came to a tentative agreement late Thursday, March 18, as the district plans to reopen schools for students in grades 3-12....

COVID-19 continues to rampage through Snohomish county; we should reopen schools anyways

By Jakob Nacanaynay March 19, 2021

Governor Jay Inslee issued an emergency proclamation that all schools in Washington must offer an in-person option for all students K-12 starting mid-April. The bombshell announcement, announced On March...

Gov. Inslee to require K-12 schools to provide in-person instruction

By Ritika Khanal March 12, 2021

All students in the state of Washington will return to a form of in-person instruction by mid-April of 2021, Gov. Jay Inslee announced on Friday, March 12. This proclamation comes almost exactly a year...

Teachers face difficulties teaching remotely

Teachers face difficulties teaching remotely

By Rachel Davis November 16, 2020

As the first quarter of the 2020-21 school year is drawing to a close and teachers are wrapping up on their grades while students are diligently working on submitting their assignments, everyone is reflecting...

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