Should non-Woodside sports count for PE credit?

Should non-Woodside sports count for PE credit?

Emma Chiu, Staff Writer

October 11, 2017


Filed under Health and Lifestyle, Uncategorized

After completing one year of physical education, Woodside students can opt out of a second— provided they take three seasons of a Woodside sport and pass the state-mandated fitness test. However, non-Woodside sports no longer count for PE credit.  According to Woodside physical education teache...

Apple launches New iPhone X

Apple launches New iPhone X

Isabella Williams, Online/Social Media Editor

September 26, 2017


Filed under Health and Lifestyle

At its annual event on Tuesday, September 12, Apple announced the new iPhone X, which features a wider display of updated quality, a dual lens camera with increased lighting abilities, wireless charging, and facial recognition never before seen in a smartphone. Apple has changed the iPhone’s physical ap...

Will the iPhone 8 Be Worth the Wait?

Will the iPhone 8 Be Worth the Wait?

Grace Newby, Staff Writer

September 26, 2017


Filed under Health and Lifestyle

The design and release date of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus were announced by Apple at their special event in Cupertino on September 12. The release had been long-awaited and Apple buyers were surprised to see the 8 instead of a 7s. The new model was announced alongside the iPhone X, a phone with major...

Hola or 你好?

Hola or 你好?

Emma Chiu, Staff Writer

September 11, 2017


Filed under Health and Lifestyle

With only about forty-five students enrolled, fewer people take Mandarin than Woodside’s other foreign languages― yet over one billion people speak Mandarin fluently, making it the world’s most spoken language. Jing Xu, Woodside’s solo Mandarin teacher, teaches a mere three Mandarin classes: Mandarin 1, Mandarin 2, and a combined class of Mandarin 3, Ma...

Students Know Stress, But Do Teachers Know It Too?

Students Know Stress, But Do Teachers Know It Too?

Sara Raubvogel, Outreach Editor

September 7, 2017


Filed under Health and Lifestyle

Students are stressed at Woodside High School, and, with the new school year starting, some worry that their teachers may not understand the stress they feel in their classes.   In the Bay Area, stress is a large issue among students, stemming largely from an overload on school, homework,...

How careful are Woodside students with social media?

Isabella Williams, Online Editor

September 7, 2017


Filed under Health and Lifestyle, Uncategorized

Woodside World asked Woodside High School students about their social media habits and precautions they may or may not take to protect their image in this very public domain.   In an average day at Woodside High School, the great presence of social media in students’ lives is obvious. At...

Heading Into the Summer

Heading Into the Summer

Beck Patrone, Sports Editor

June 8, 2017


Filed under Health and Lifestyle

As Woodside students get ready to leave school for the summer break, their teachers will also be enjoying their time off in similar ways.

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Pride Month pride

Pride Month pride

Kiki Koeppen, Staff Writer

June 8, 2017


Filed under Health and Lifestyle

June, or pride month, is a month of dignity and freedom for any member and supporter of LGBTQ.

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New Spirit App For Woodside Students

New Spirit App For Woodside Students

Chloe Stearns, Staff Writer

May 30, 2017


Filed under Health and Lifestyle

As the year comes to a close, Woodside High School has released their very own Wildcat Spirit App. This new invention has helped lots of students stay connected to school activities.

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How Fidget Spinners Are Creating New Distractions For Students

How Fidget Spinners Are Creating New Distractions For Students

Christian Touhey, Video Editor

May 30, 2017


Filed under Health and Lifestyle

The new passing trend amongst Woodside students are fidget spinners, gyroscope-like devices that advertise treatment for stress, concentration, as well as disorders like ADHD.

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