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J is for Justified

J is for Justified

Emma Chiu, Staff Writer

September 26, 2017


Filed under Campus, Local News

After sixteen months of construction, the new J-wing is finally open for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) classes― but does it meet Woodside’s expectations? The approval of Measure A provided funds for the J-wing in June of 2014; however, construction did not begin until May ...

Heat and Hydration

Heat and Hydration

Jess O'Neill, Local News Editor

September 13, 2017


Filed under Local News

Extreme temperatures spread throughout the Bay Area this past Labor Day weekend, creating dangerous conditions and causing its citizens to be on high alert about their health and safety. Temperatures rose to triple digits this past weekend creating remarkably uncomfortable conditions for both ind...

Despacito surpasses Gangnam Style as most viewed YouTube video

Travis Moss, Staff Writer

September 13, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Local News

Latin-Pop single “Despacito” surpassed Gangnam Style as the most viewed video on YouTube on August 4, after being uploaded for only 7 months. Gangnam Style, a one-hit wonder by Korean Pop singer PSY, had previously been the most viewed YouTube video, and the first YouTube video to ever reach a...

Diversity in the Freshman Elections

Joe Balsama, Photo Editor

September 12, 2017


Filed under Local News

Woodside’s Freshman elections held this week hope to bring new campus diversity. Leslie With, the Student Activities Director, commented on diversity in a few different ways, stating, “Yes, we want to have diversity, but I want diversity also of students middle schools, like where they come f...

Less Snapchatting, More Sweating

Less Snapchatting, More Sweating

Taila Lee, Staff Writer

September 7, 2017


Filed under Local News

To reduce student phone usage in class, Woodside PE Dance teachers will promptly purchase iPads for their classrooms. Students use their smartphones in class for research, school surveys, or music for group dances, but a majority of students misuse their phones by texting or accessing social media. ...

The WHS Freshman Experience

Grace Newby, Staff Writer

September 7, 2017


Filed under Local News

Nearly 500 students arrived at Woodside High School as members of the freshmen class of 2021. As they first came onto campus events like AS/AP boot-camp on August 10th and 11th and Arena Check-In on August 12th welcomed them and began to integrate these new students into the Woodside community. Fre...

Is Freshman Transition effective in welcoming new Wildcats?

Is Freshman Transition effective in welcoming new Wildcats?

Isabella Williams, Online/Social Media Editor

September 5, 2017


Filed under Local News

This year’s freshman class of 2021 was introduced to their peer leaders during Freshman Transition periods on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 29 and 30, of this week. Peer leaders are sophomores, juniors, and seniors that volunteer to help freshmen feel welcomed and prepared throughout their transitio...

Canvas: The New Schoolloop

Canvas: The New Schoolloop

Kenna Beban, Opinion Editor

September 5, 2017


Filed under Local News

The introduction of Canvas to Woodside’s community this year was sudden and unexpected, bringing with it some frustration over the new system and why it was put in place. Canvas is an online learning management system that allows students, teachers, parents and administration to communicate via the ...

Not like High School Musical At All

Not like High School Musical At All

Kira Newman, Photo Editor

June 8, 2017


Filed under Local News

WOODSIDE HIGH SCHOOL- Gone will be the Woodside Class of 2017 Seniors come June 9th’s graduation ceremony.

End of the Year Stress for Woodside Teachers

End of the Year Stress for Woodside Teachers

Chloe Stearns, Staff Writer

June 8, 2017


Filed under Local News

INTRO-VO: The last week of school adds a lot of stress on not only students, but teachers as well. The Woodside High School teachers are busy with packing up their things for the summer, grading 150 finals, and having students come to them asking for last minute changes to boost their grades. VO:...

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