The Voice of the Wildcats

The Paw Print

The Voice of the Wildcats

The Paw Print

The Voice of the Wildcats

The Paw Print

Team 100s robot in action for the FIRST Robotics Competition season.
Team 100 kicks off the FIRST Robotics Competition season
Kailyn Holty, Editor in Chief • March 29, 2024
Teachers had many different journeys from high school to college before reaching Woodside.
Career Paths of Staff Members at Woodside
Carmen Pinto, Staff Writer • March 20, 2024
Image of a man skateboarding in a graffitied skate park.
Skateboarding Culture
Hollin White, Beat Editor • March 18, 2024
Students in the Footloose musical cast spend long hours rehearsing to prepare for opening night.
Behind the Scenes: Most Underrated Aspects of Theater
Jaiedenn Dolan, Beat Editor • March 14, 2024
Varsity girls lacrosse players pose for the camera after practice.
Girls varsity lacrosse begins their season with a strong start
Coco Beck, Staff Writer • March 25, 2024
Girls varsity soccer celebrates senior night with a win against Carlmont.
Winter sports ends with a strong showing from Woodside athletes
Kailyn Holty, Editor in Chief • March 14, 2024
Freshman Evyn Ellis skis at Kirkwood in preparation for her freestyle skiing competitions.
Competitive skiers hit the slopes this winter
Kailyn Holty, Editor in Chief • February 29, 2024
Ten seniors committed to continue their athletic journeys after high school.
Ten Woodside students committed to continue to play sports in college
Coco Beck, Staff Writer • February 27, 2024
Beauty standards can have detrimental effects on the physical and mental well-being of women.
Opinion: The price of beauty, the toll of standards
Jaiedenn Dolan, Beat Editor • February 6, 2024
AS English 1 and English 1 share some coursework, such as reading and analyzing Trevor Noah’s Born a Crime, but English 1 has less coursework overall than AS English 1 and is at a slower pace
Opinion: Cutting AS English 1 is doing Woodside a serious disservice
Conrad Berke, Beat Editor • November 15, 2023
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In recent years, many of the top national universities have become even more selective.
College admissions continue trend of increasing selectiveness
Conrad Berke, Beat Editor • March 18, 2024
Sequoia District Teachers Association (SDTA) was created to protect and promote the well-being of its members including teachers and staff at Woodside.
SUSHD's Negotiation has concurred and these are the details
Nathan Chen, Beat Editor • January 18, 2024
Former President Trumps arrest leaves many people shocked and questioning the state of our political system.
The future of our political system
Jaiedenn Dolan, Beat Editor • October 19, 2023
Unfair working conditions and pay led workers to speak out and protest against these problems.
Tension over workers' rights prompts action
Nathan Chen, Beat Editor • October 17, 2023
Woodside hosts several relationships that span between different grade levels.
Matching up between mis-matched grades
Chloe De Leon, Multimedia/Online Editor • April 1, 2024
Friendship dynamics can change after leaving high school, so it’s important to make time to stay connected with people you care about.
Managing friendships after high school
Luisa Gapastione, Beat Editor • March 18, 2024
Makeup affects the lives of many girls at Woodside, but what age should girls start wearing it?
What age should kids start using makeup?
Samantha Marquez, Staff Writer • February 8, 2024
The Paw Print interviewed seniors at the Redwood City Veterans Memorial Senior Center. This is what they had to say.
Life of the Elderly
Kailyn Holty, Editor in Chief • January 30, 2024
Black History Month came to an end, let us take the time to reflect on it!
Black History Month: Black Resistance
Jaiedenn Dolan, Beat Editor • March 30, 2023
Junior Alex Frampton works on pre-calculus on the computer.
Behind the screens of teenage technology usage
Mary Keile, Staff Writer • March 28, 2023
Freshmen perform at the homecoming rally
A mid-year check in with freshmen
Logan Marrow, Staff Writer • March 16, 2023
While often disregarded as easy work, stay-at-home parents often have just as much responsibility to balance.
The stay-at-home parent
Maggie Mein, Staff Writer • March 14, 2023
La ceremonia de graduación de los seniors está muy cerca.
Planes para senior después de la escuela secundaria
Gaudy Vasquez Manchame, Staff Writer • May 31, 2023
Los alumnos se mantienen dentro de la cafeteria pero evitan tomar comida.
El menú de la cafetería en Woodside
Gaudy Vasquez Manchame, Staff Writer • May 2, 2023