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Fundraising Friday is held in the fall and the spring; giving clubs and student organizations two opportunities to raise money throughout the year.

The first “Fundraising Friday” since 2019 is just around the corner

Cebelli Pfeifer, Co-Editor In Chief November 28, 2022

The leadership class will be hosting “Fundraising Friday” during lunch in the quad on December 2, 2022. The leadership team hosts “Fundraising Friday" twice a year, in which on-campus clubs and...

Although the womens bathrooms do not provide free feminine products, they do however, have working facilities including sinks, newly replaced mirrors and hand dryers.

Lack of feminine products sparks school-wide action

Cebelli Pfeifer, Co-Editor In Chief November 18, 2022

The lack of free feminine products provided in student restrooms has sparked a conversation about improving Woodside restrooms in addition to prompting district action. One way the issue has been addressed...

The morning of October 12, six schools in the Bay Area received a call regarding a potential active shooter and safety threat on their campus.

Active shooter threat causes anxiety and fear on college day

Cebelli Pfeifer and Jaiedenn Dolan October 13, 2022

A potential safety threat disrupted the PSAT and the SAT for seniors and put remaining students in a forty-five-minute lockdown on campus during the morning of October 12. At 10:53 a.m, Principal Karen...

Surfriders Clubs take a toy, leave a toy box promotes reusing and recycling among beach-goers to fight climate change.

Surfriders Club keeps the environment clean one beach at a time

Cebelli Pfeifer, Co-Editor In Chief October 4, 2022

 Woodsides Surfriders Club sparks environmental awareness and changes through coastal cleanups, preservation of aquatic ecosystems, and reusing/recycling of various materials to prevent litter on the...

The annual face off takes place Friday, August 26, from 7:00 to 9:00pm.

Redwood City is ready to rumble

Cebelli Pfeifer, Co-Editor In Chief August 25, 2022

With over 300 tickets sold so far, Woodside is hosting the home-opening “Redwood City Rumble” football game against cross-town rival, the Sequoia Ravens, this Friday. “It’s one of our most important...

Elizabeth Francis Gambles Garden is covered in hundreds of her favorite flowers and plants creating a serene, flourishing atmosphere.

Five underrated places to visit in the bay area this summer

Cebelli Pfeifer, World News Editor June 1, 2022

Kepler’s Book Store Founded in 1955, Keplers Book store stands today selling books tailored to non-fiction lovers, children's literature admirers, and poetry fanatics. What makes Kepler's worth the...

Organized mainly by Ms. Ortez, teachers rally infront of Woodside in the morning and afternoon to raise awareness about gun control.

Teachers and staff rally for awareness after Texas school massacre

Cebelli Pfeifer, World News Editor June 1, 2022

Since Wednesday, Woodside High School teachers and staff have been rallying outside the school entrance demanding nationwide gun control after the devastating elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas...

Similar to her sister, Evans officiated her commitment to Stanford University at Woodside High school during a lunchtime ceremony put together by Woodside High school and was joined by her parents Dena Evans (left) and Marlon Evans (right).

A generational legacy: Elise Evans joins the Stanford family ‘tree’

Cebelli Pfeifer, World News Editor May 25, 2022

Current Woodside High school Senior, Elise Evans who verbally committed to Stanford her Freshman year, is officially becoming a part of the first-ever mother-daughter duo to compete in Women’s Soccer...

The girls lacrosse team commonly participates in team bonding exercises like spirit days to build team spirit and competitiveness.

Varsity girls lacrosse squashes all competition

Cebelli Pfeifer, World News Editor May 3, 2022

As the regular spring season for girls lacrosse comes to an end, the undefeated team basks in their spring season victories against teams like Sequoia, Aragon, Carlmont, Burlingame, and Woodside Priory,...

The 1996-97 yearbook is filled with photos and descriptions depicting the time when students had district permission to leave and re-enter campus during lunch.

Closed campus raises controversy

Cebelli Pfeifer, World News Editor April 28, 2022

Since 1996, Woodside High school has been what is called a “closed campus,” meaning that students are not permitted to leave campus or sit in their vehicles during lunch break. With the banning...

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