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A collection of pictures from Akeys time abroad sits in her classroom. Akey, who has been teaching at Woodside now for over two decades, previously taught in places like Zambia, Benin, Iowa, and inner-city Sacramento

Around the world and back again: Ann Akey’s multi-continent teaching journey

Cedrik von Briel, Managing Editor April 28, 2022

Teaching AP Environmental Science, chemistry, and leading the Green Academy is no small task, but it helps if you have some experience. Luckily for Ann Akey, that’s exactly what she has.  Ever...

Junior Benny Bogyo (15) and senior Diego Ruiz (10) look on during a recent Woodside home game against M-A. Despite a fantastic playoff run, Woodside ultimately lost to Archbishop Mitty in Saturdays hard-fought final

Boys soccer falls short of CCS championship in thrilling game

Cedrik von Briel, Managing Editor March 2, 2022

Woodside Varsity Boys soccer fell just short of a California Coast Section [CCS] championship win on Saturday, losing to Archbishop Mitty 2-1 in San Jose. The game marked their first return to the CCS...

Mentors for Woodsides Green Academy interview students in B-2 on Thursday, February 3, 2022. Both the Green Academy and Graphics and Technology Academies operate independently from Woodsides regular classes and feature smaller sizes with more focused learning

New recruits: Academies hold ‘interview day” for prospective students

Cedrik von Briel, Managing Editor February 11, 2022

Woodside’s two main academies, the Graphics and Technology Academy (GTA) and Green Academy, held interviews last Thursday as part of the process of recruiting new members for next year Operating out...

The sun sets behind Woodsides Parking lot on Monday, January 17, 2022. Woodside students were asked about their favorite law-complying bell schedule for next year before break, and there are some definite losers and winners in there

Opinion: There is One Clear Winner For Best New Bell Schedule

Cedrik von Briel, Managing Editor January 25, 2022

Back in forever (October 2019), California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a fantastic bill into law that would ban high schools in California from starting their day before 8:30 every morning. The change...

The Woodside Wrestling team takes a selfie after their first dual meet on Thursday. Woodside lost to Carlmont but beat Hillsdale on criteria

Woodside Wrestling Kicks Off Their Season

Cedrik von Briel, Managing Editor January 14, 2022

Woodside Wrestling will got their competition season started with a bang Thursday as they headed to Hillsdale for their first dual meet of the year The season has so far consisted of training, preps,...

Juniors Benny Bogyo and Lorenzo Pepe walk by with lunch on Monday December 6, 2021. The state of California has allowed every student to eat lunch for free this year, and lunch lines have been fuller than ever as a result

Woodside in the Lunch Line

Cedrik von Briel, Managing Editor December 16, 2021

Seniors Gigi Pistilli (Terry Randall) and Natalie Brault (Ms. Orcutt) embrace during Woodsides production of Stage Door on November 19, 2022.

Woodside’s Fall Play “Stage Door” Brings Everything and More in Short Run

Cedrik von Briel, Managing Editor November 24, 2021
Written by Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman, the hit play follows Terry Randall (played by senior Gigi Pistilli), a promising actress from the fictional Footlight’s acting club
A packaged COVID test sits ready for use on Thursday, October 7th, 2021. Woodsides COVID test site mis using the PCR method to scan for the Coronavirus, which is often considered the Gold Standard of tests

Need a COVID Test? Woodside’s Got You Covered!

Cedrik von Briel, Managing Editor October 14, 2021
The testing is run by Worksite Labs, a San Francisco-based company formed at the start of the pandemic to specifically run mobile COVID testing units. According to Lao, tests are sent to a facility at the San Francisco International Airport where they are screened and results are returned within 24 hours. Lao added that getting tested is beneficial for both yourself and those around you. 
Woodside Quarterback Ben Shepard (number 10) meets with team members during Woodside’s game last month against Aragon. Woodside lost its recent game against Cupertino and now has a 3-1 record.

Woodside Football Hoping to Bounce-Back this Season

Cedrik von Briel, Managing Editor October 1, 2021
Woodside have lost almost 10 key players to injury so far this season. Shepard says that although that has contributed to low morale, the team is still practicing well.
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