The Paw Print

Language courses help spread culture and awareness, and Woodside offers education in Chinese, French, Latin, and Spanish.

Should schools teach more languages?

Birdie Kwan, Copy Editor June 2, 2022

French, Latin, Mandarin, and Spanish are the four languages that Woodside High School offers, but should there be more? Across the U.S. the eight most frequently taught languages (in order of frequency)...

Main character, Meilin Lee turns into a red panda when she gets too excited. She faces issues with turning back to normal and dealing with her family and friends.

Opinion: The significance of Pixar’s “Turning Red”

Birdie Kwan, Copy Editor April 26, 2022

Dealing with transforming into a red panda on top of the struggles of one’s middle school years is surely unusual, but for Meilin Lee (Rosalie Chiang) in Pixar’s latest film, “Turning Red,” it...

The dance team performs not only at halftime, but also on the sidelines and at their own show at the end of the year.

Dance Team searches for new talent

Birdie Kwan, Copy Editor March 17, 2022

The dance team performs high-energy, self-choreographed dances at football and basketball games, rallies, and more. If you want to be part of a team that lifts school spirit alongside other dancers, join...

The pop-up menu offers a variety of meals, including a Crispy Chicken Drumstick with Biscuit and Mixed Vegetables.

Behind the scenes of the cafeteria

Winnie Einhorn and Birdie Kwan March 17, 2022

From the pre-packaged salads to the individual entrees made daily, everything is snatched up from the school lunch counter within minutes. We all know that there must be a system in place to bring us so...

Woodside is full of Valentines Day festivities  this year. Guess how many hearts are in the jar, dress up, listen to music in the quad, and more!

Love is in the air! Valentine’s festivities on campus

Cebelli Pfeifer, World News Editor February 11, 2022

Woodside’s leadership class has put together a variety of Valentine's Day themed activities that students can participate in and admire this year on campus. This year the leadership class has decided...

Cheerleading team performs at football, basketball, rallies, and more.

Cheerleading ends their season

Birdie Kwan, Copy Editor February 10, 2022

Woodside’s cheer team is once again steered towards an early end due to COVID-19, preventing them from attending competitions as they have in past years.  The team is ending their season with two...

The positives of the Olympics dont seem to outweigh the negatives.

Should the Olympics continue?

Birdie Kwan, Copy Editor February 3, 2022
Continuously running billions over budget, abandoning expensive infrastructure, losing interest, lessening tourism, and much more has led to the downfall of interest in the Olympics as a whole and to the question of if it should continue.
The orange-yellow tree near the G-Wing showing its fall colors before shedding its leaves for winter.

Rainbow at Woodside

Birdie Kwan, Copy Editor January 21, 2022

Find resources at D-9 or visit the College and Career tab on the Woodside website.

Colleges are Extending Application Deadlines

Birdie Kwan, Copy Editor January 17, 2022

The new year continues to bring in the trend of surprises and firsts from the past 22 months, and the stressful time of college applications is no exception.  Numerous colleges, public and private,...

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