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Intense temperatures peaked well over 100° as class remained in session.

Woodside held strong against raging temperatures

Winnie Einhorn, Co-Editor in Chief September 27, 2022

Students and teachers fought through difficult classroom conditions as a powerful heatwave hung over campus throughout the week of September 5.  Temperatures reached a sweltering 107° Fahrenheit as...

Leaving the campus is often a disorganized obstacle at the end of the day.

Students question the benefits of a delayed bell schedule

Winnie Einhorn, Co-Editor in Chief September 17, 2022

As California public schools begin new efforts to prevent sleep deprivation among high schoolers this year, students consider whether the state’s measures are counterproductive. Beginning on July...

Heartstopper, based on a graphic novel series, became available on Netflix on April 22, 2022.

“Heartstopper” becomes an iconic show among LGBTQ+ students

Winnie Einhorn, Staff Writer June 14, 2022

Netflix’s much-anticipated TV show “Heartstopper” finally made its debut on April 22, stealing the hearts of students searching for accurate, positive, and wholesome queer representation. Regardless...

Walking the Half Moon Bay Coastal Trail is a great way to experience the cliffs and the beach.

10 hidden gems to visit for your refreshing trip to Half Moon Bay

Winnie Einhorn, Staff Writer May 24, 2022

Small Town Sweets Looking for a wider selection at more affordable prices to satisfy your sweet tooth? Small Town Sweets is the place to be. Nestled into the heart of Main Street, this adorable...

All students enrolled in PE meet to swim 2-3 times per week.

Students question importance of swimming in PE

Winnie Einhorn, Mary Keile, and Conrad Berke May 23, 2022

Reporter: Every year as the air on campus finally warms, and the swim team rolls out the lane lines, all of Woodside’s PE students are corralled into the pool for mandatory swim lessons. Despite...

Data science will be available to prospective juniors and seniors in the ‘22-23 school year.

Math Department presents a viable replacement for algebra II next year

Winnie Einhorn, Staff Writer April 21, 2022

As students consider their class loads for the 2022 to 2023 school year, they may find that the brand new math class, data science, is a strong option for their future.  The traditional math track,...

PE students gain experience in a variety of sports year-round, and participate in fitness testing 1-2 times in a school year.

BMI measurements have finally been removed from PE Fitness Testing

Winnie Einhorn, Staff Writer March 18, 2022
As the third quarter draws to a close, long-awaited PE assessments have been recently administered. As Woodside’s freshmen and sophomores navigate strength gauging examinations such as the pushup test, the trunk lift, and the mile, many students have noticed that they have one less requirement to fill: a BMI test. 
Penny wars begins on March 7, and ends on March 17.

Save your change! Penny Wars return

Winnie Einhorn, Staff Writer March 1, 2022

Woodside’s annual fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society is finally being brought back to life this year.  Penny Wars will officially begin on March 7 and is open to any students interested...

Max Dujmovic was listed as a finalist in the New York Times Personal Narrative Writing Contest

Freshman reaches New York Times Personal Narrative Competition finals

Winnie Einhorn, Staff Writer February 12, 2022

Max Dujmovic, a Woodside freshman, has been selected as one of the 200 Personal Narrative Essay Contest finalists for this year’s competition.  Dujmovic was announced as a finalist for the competition...

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