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Washington schools afflicted by Skyward outage

By Nolan DeGarlais, News Editor

April 28, 2018

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...

Robotics auction raises $12,500

Robotics auction raises $12,500

By Vivian Nowka-Keane, Co-Editor-in-Chief

November 10, 2016

Four robotics teams and their friends and family came together at Edmonds Community College for the 10th annual Robotics Family Festival and Fundraiser on Saturday, November 5th. The robotics teams of Edmonds Heights K-12, Mountlake Terrace High School, Lynwood High School and Edmonds Woodway ...

Social media: innovative interactions

Social media: innovative interactions

By Nick Fiorillo, Editor-in-Chief

April 26, 2013

As senior Kyra Dahlman strolls down the wide hallway, her eyes are glued to her phone. She’s tweeting. She’s relaying information to her followers about her experience at the National High School Journalism Convention in San Francisco, Calif. Dahlman is one of the many students at the convention who are using social media to stay connect...

MTHS students place at WTSA state conference

MTHS students place at WTSA state conference

By Erick Yanzon

March 31, 2013

The MTHS Technology Student Association, or TSA attended the Washington state conference on March 28 to 30. 11 freshmen represented Terrace with adviser Mark Burbank. Freshman Haeley Johnston was presented with the Silver Achievement Award at the conference for excellence in the areas of leadership, technology, school/community service and career planning. COMPE...

STEM program continues to grow at Terrace

By Daniil Oliferovskiy, Feature Editor

February 11, 2013

Courses stressing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, the STEM Magnet Program puts students through rigorous and challenging courses to inspire students to pursue STEM related careers and prepare students for demanding college classes. STEM, a new program rolled out this year, targets incoming...

Modern Technology: enhances the human experience

By Gurminder Singh

December 12, 2012

A lot of people use electronics everyday, it is part of their daily lifestyle. So many features improve our day to day lives. You can’t be addicted to something that is beneficial to all, and everyone uses. We do depend on electronics, but mainly because they have had a profoundly positive effect...

Modern Technology: detracts from life

By Conner Worman

December 12, 2012

We live in an amazing world. So many rich experiences and things to do. One could not ask for a better way to spend life. Too bad we are missing out on these wonderful things because everyone’s face is buried in their electronics. Laptops, smart phones, tablets; there’s a device for everyone....

Schurke wins a national award

Schurke wins a national award

By Erick Yanzon

November 1, 2012

Assistant Principal Peter Schurke received a $1,000 grant was named the third place finalist for the 2012 National Aerospace Teacher of the Year awarded by the Air Force Association. The program’s purpose is to recognize teachers at the national level for their accomplishments and achievements in...

New club focuses on technology

New club focuses on technology

By Shannon Beaumont

October 8, 2012

New clubs were formed this year, including Technology Student Association (TSA), a club for students to work with all kinds of technology. “TSA revolves around technology, so it’s a place where students can work on technological activities of their choice. There are multiple things you can do, multiple...

Tech, capital levy on Feb. 14 ballot

By Hawkeye Staff

February 14, 2012

There will be proposition for a new levy to replace Resolution 11-36, Proposition No. 1. on Feb. 14. The new levy, if passed, will have equal rates to the current one.  This rate is 44 cents for every $1000 of home valuation. This means that for every $100,000 a home will have $44 of tax from this levy....

Fear and loathing in iPad support

By Hawkeye Staff

May 13, 2010

For the iPhone’s three generations, a common complaint among techies is the lack of support for Adobe Flash video, the most widely used video playback technology on the Web. Apple CEO Steve Jobs stated that the issue was Flash’s poor performance— badly written ActionScript code can, in fact, suck...

Robotics regionally recognized

Robotics regionally recognized

By Megan Resler

April 14, 2010

The MTHS FIRST Robotics club was recognized during the first weekend of April at the Seattle Regional Robotics competition, winning both the Business Plan Award and Safety Award. The event was held at Key Arena for the 3rd year in a row. It was led by Derek Burkett and David Krienke, the Robotics...

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