• Key Club tied 40 fleece blankets for the Cancer Center in Edmonds.

    Posted by Sandra Merten at 10/12/2016

    The Key Club tied 40 fleece blankets for the Cancer Center in Edmonds during the month of September.  The blankets are made and sent with love to those who are struggling.  Way to go Key Club!

    Key Club ties blankets for Cancer center in Edmonds.

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  • Key Club Tied 21 Blankets for Edmonds Cancer Care

    Posted by Ann Walker at 10/7/2015

    The MTHS Key club students just finished tieing 21 fleece blankets for Edmonds Cancer Care! Good Work!

    They are now  hoping to make hats for a couple different locations (cancer patients, and homeless). We are looking for certain supplies that you might have at home:

    Yarn-acryllic or cotton, no wool.

    Pieces of fleeces-sizes 24 x 18 or larger

    Round Looms and hooks-sized med or large would be best-(see photo below) JUST TO BORROW 

    Thanks everyone!

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  • Tinker Tours Visits MTHS

    Posted by Angie Sharp at 5/7/2014
    From MLT News - "Mary Beth Tinker’s life changed forever in 1965. At the age of 13, she received national attention as a plaintiff in the historic Supreme Court case Tinker v. Des Moines.

    More recently, Tinker and former Student Press Law Center lawyer Mike Hiestand have traveled coast to coast to advocate for students’ First Amendment rights. They have spoken at nearly 100 schools, colleges, churches, courts, conventions and correctional facilities. But for the tour’s last stop on May 1, they chose Mountlake Terrace High School...." read more
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  • MTHS Wins State's Highest Honor

    Posted by Angie Sharp at 4/17/2014
    From Principal Schwab - "I wanted to share with you the great news that MTHS is a recipient of the Washington Achievement Award.  Award winners were just released to the public today.  Congratulations to everyone for your outstanding work with our students!  This award represents the collective efforts of our school community--teachers, counselors, support staff, and classified staff--as we continue our work to make our school a great place for our students and our larger community. Thank you to everyone!"

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  • Matthew Truax Fundraiser

    Posted by Angie Sharp at 3/27/2014
    From MLT News - "Coaches and teachers from Meadowdale and Mountlake Terrace high schools came together for a good cause Wednesday night.

    The two schools squared off on the basketball court as part of the March Madness For Matthew Truax basketball tournament, a fundraiser for the Nick of Time Foundation, at Meadowdale High School.

    Truax, a Meadowdale junior, passed away last September due to an undetected heart condition. Money raised went to the Nick of Time Foundation, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating schools, athletes, families, and communities about Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) and death in young people..." read more
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  • Stiglets Honored by Rotary Club

    Posted by Angie Sharp at 3/25/2014
    From the ESD Newsletter - "The Rotary Club of Alderwood-Terrace February Educator of the Month is Spencer Stiglets, a math teacher at Mountlake Terrace High School. “Spencer exemplifies the ethic of service above self, contributing to our school community in many ways,” Principal Greg Schwab said. “He has taken on the task of working with some of our most at-risk populations and has had phenomenal results to show for his work.” Congratulations, Spencer!"

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  • Key Club News

    Posted by Angie Sharp at 2/21/2014
    From Kimberly Nelson - "Led by Project Coordinator Jessi Triemstra, the Key Club collected 276 pair of glasses for the Merci Ships program. These specs will be cleaned & repaired and then sent off to be matched with folks who need eye wear. Our glasses, along with Lynnwood Kiwansis club members’ collections will reach our goals of 500 pairs.

    Next project is the soft toy collection donated to emergency teams to comfort kids. New and gently used items can be donated in the MTHS office or your student can bring it directly to Ms. Nelson in room 115.

    Watch for coming news on our huge 4th Annual Toiletry Drive."
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  • Sandwiches for Local Homeless

    Posted by Angie Sharp at 1/22/2014
    From Jessi Walton - "FCCLA is making 500-600 peanut butter & jelly sandwiches next Friday (1/24) to be distributed in downtown Seattle through Heroes for the Homeless...This feat is going to require 50 loaves of bread, 35 jars of peanut butter and 25 jars of jelly...if you are curious about what kind of man-power and organization it takes to assemble all these sandwiches (our record is 1 hour, 19 minutes) – swing by room 121 Friday around 10am!"

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  • Staff & Students Celebrate the Seahawks!

    Posted by Angie Sharp at 1/17/2014
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  • Staff Volunteers in PE Classes

    Posted by Angie Sharp at 1/15/2014
    MTHS staff and community members regularly participate in Student Personal Training Day and other PE-related activities throughout the school year. Here are some comments PE teacher, Susan Lahti, received from students after 1st Semester "Personal Training Day:"
    What did your team do that you were most proud of?
    • How well we worked together and gave good instruction.
    • Our team made her feel comfortable and that it was a team effort.
    • We gave good constructive feedback.
    • How good of teachers we are.
    • We all collaborated.
    What did you enjoy the most? (your highlights)
    • Working out and teaching.
    • Teaching a teacher everything we learned.
    • Having him compliment us.
    • Showing off our knowledge of the weight room to adults.
    • The whole experience.
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Last Modified on October 13, 2016