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The Alarm That Called Fire

The Alarm That Called Fire

Breanna Broussard, Staff Writer

November 19, 2018


Filed under Campus, Student Life, Top Stories

When the fire alarm goes off, it seems that Woodside students move slowly, or don't move at all; instead of moving to Bradley Field, they shrug it off and ignore it rather than take it seriously.

Proposition Seven Could Bring Big Change

Proposition Seven Could Bring Big Change

Dominic DeVitis, Staff Writer

November 13, 2018


Filed under Health and Lifestyle, Politics, Student Life, Top Stories

Californians are voting for the option for the state government to choose whether or not they want to keep daylight savings. The measure, Proposition 7, “Gives Legislature the ability to change daylight savings time period by a two-thirds vote, if changes are consistent with federal law. This me...

Many Hopeful for New Tutorial Schedule

Many Hopeful for New Tutorial Schedule

Cody Bowers, Staff Writer

November 13, 2018


Filed under Campus, Student Life, Top Stories, Woodside

Woodside High School piloted a new schedule from October 22 to November 2 that caused mixed emotions regarding its possible implementation in the future.

Freshman Assembly Guides New Woodside Students

Freshman Assembly Guides New Woodside Students

Leila Taherian, Staff Writer

August 30, 2018


Filed under Campus, Student Life, Top Stories

To guide new Woodside students and inform them about available campus resources, the Board of Student Advisors (BOSA) hosted their annual freshman assembly last Thursday.

Are Schools Putting Enough Focus on Student’s Mental Health?

Are Schools Putting Enough Focus on Student’s Mental Health?

Leila Taherian, Staff Writer

May 1, 2018


Filed under Campus, Health and Lifestyle, Student Life, Top Stories, Woodside

In light of recent mass shootings, school mental wellness professionals worry that schools are not adequately supporting students’ mental health. While Woodside High School counselors acknowledge that they are providing enough support to Wildcats, they worry that this is not the norm. “Ment...

Formal Finalized

Formal Finalized

Stefan Sujansky, Co-Editor in Chief

February 5, 2018


Filed under Local News, Student Life

WOODSIDE, CA- Woodside High School is set to put on its Winter Formal dance, hoping to rekindle student interest in the event after a disappointing turnout last year. The Winter Formal dance, a staple of school-wide social gatherings in previous years, upended a trend of increased attendance at school dances last year when most of the student body snubbed the event. Staff and students widely believe that the student body’s lack of interest was largely due to the fact that the dance was scheduled in early December, shortly after the Homecoming dance. “Not a lot of people went,” Karina Bridgeman, a senior who attended the dance last year, admitted. “Once a few people said that they weren’t going, it kind of backfired over everybody.” This year, the student leadership Winter Dance committee, the sophomore class, and the Board of Student Affairs are working hard to revive the event to win back the trust of the students and recreate the excitement that once surrounded the dance. However, for the sophomore class, there is much more than an exciting dance at stake.

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