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Teammates gather around sophomore wrestler Casimir Berke to ready him for his upcoming match in the Mills Dual

Wrestling heads into new year with strong start

Conrad Berke, Beat Editor January 22, 2024

Wrestling has officially rebooted for the 2023-2024 season, with the team’s first nine events completed. The team currently holds three wins and one loss in the duals they’ve competed in so far. This...

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

Advanced Standing (AS) English 1 was cut for freshmen last year. This was the wrong decision. The SUHSD Board of Trustees should vote to fix this and bring back AS English 1 for future school years this...

Girls flag football, ranging from freshmen to seniors, poses for a team photo.

Making history and winning too: girls flag football heads to playoffs

Conrad Berke, Beat Editor October 31, 2023

Girls flag football’s historic first season is nearly over, with six league wins and three losses. The team’s playoff game is against Mills High School this Wednesday, November 1. Along with other...

The mosh pit was where the negatives of homecoming, the shoving and the sub-par music delivery, were most clearly seen

Opinion: Last night’s Homecoming was disappointing

Conrad Berke, Beat Editor October 22, 2023

Homecoming is an American high school classic, so it’s disappointing that last night’s Homecoming wasn’t particularly great. When I think of a Woodside Homecoming, I think very positively. The...

Sequoia Heathcare District is a public entity that provides community-based health care services (https://www.seqhd.org/faqs), which recieves 1.4% of San Mateo County residents property taxes

Opinion: Sequoia District Healthcare should stay in its own lane

Conrad Berke, Beat Editor September 27, 2023

On September 19th, the Sequoia District Healthcare (SHCD) Board President Aaron Nayfack wrote an email to the Sequoia Union High School District (SUHSD) Board of Trustees. The part that sets off alarm...

Cross country runners from the 2022 season pose after completing PAL finals

Cross country is off to the races

Conrad Berke, Beat Editor September 22, 2023

Cross Country’s 2023 season is under way with two meets - the Lowell Invitational and the De La Salle Nike Invitational - now completed. Led by girls XC captain Dana Reed and boys XC captain Dominic...

College Board currently offers AP U.S. Government and Politics, AP Microeconomics, and AP Macroeconomics.

Opinion: Creating an AP Economy/Government class would be invaluable

Conrad Berke, Beat Editor August 30, 2023

Currently, Woodside has a single-track system for Economics/Government, a class available only to seniors, rather than Advanced Placement (AP) Econ/Gov options. For the 2023-2024 school year and for future...

Chemistry teacher Mr. Tremblay (Ale Pelkowski) makes suck-up Kyle  (Tammy Powell) massage his feet, much to Kyles repulsed dismay

Review: Hilarious student-run productions mark yet another drama department success

Conrad Berke, Beat Editor May 25, 2023

Woodside’s drama third year and fourth year class held their student-run productions (written by Bradley Hayward) “Teachers on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown” and “Conversation Therapy” this...

This years Stanford Powwow will be on Mothers Day weekend, at Eucalyptus Grove on Stanford campus

Stanford’s annual Powwow celebration returns

Conrad Berke, Beat Editor May 12, 2023

Stanford University is holding its 52nd annual Powwow (a North American Indigenous ceremony involving feasting, singing, and dancing) this weekend to “celebrate our traditions, ancestors, and mothers.”...

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