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Woodside has many drainage systems in place to help prevent flooding during the winter.

Heavy rains afflict Woodside, resulting in minor floods

Conrad Berke, Beat Editor February 16, 2024

Recent heavy rains have caused some minor flooding at Woodside, resulting in temporary block-offs and detours for students.  On Wednesday, January 24th, students in their second-period class heard...

Science Olympiad prepares for the Stanford tournament, competing in various different topics.

Science Olympiad takes on first competition of the season

Nathan Chen, Staff Writer February 16, 2024

Stanford’s Science Olympiad tournament took place on January 20, 2024, and Woodside competed for the second year in a row, placing 20th out of the many high schools that competed. For the competition,...

How do siblings affect lives?

Luisa Gapastione, Staff Writer February 8, 2024

This article appeared in the Fall 2023 magazine, Growing Up. The relationship between siblings is unique to any other kind of relationship, which is why they’re so important, especially for youth. Siblings...

Three boys playing volleyball for fun on a beach with the sunset in the background.

Start up of the new Woodside Boys Volleyball Club

Hollin White, Staff Writer February 8, 2024

As of this year, the first-ever Woodside Boys Volleyball Club is up and running. In the New Gym every A day at lunch the Boys Volleyball club meets. The club currently needs around 16 signatures to...

Growing up Asian American

Nathan Chen, Staff Writer February 6, 2024

This article appeared in the Fall 2023 magazine, Growing Up. Asian Americans are a minority, making up less than 15 percent of California’s population. Students and staff at Woodside shared their...

Woodside alumni reflect on their journey

Patrick Van Hoven, Managing Editor January 31, 2024

This article appeared in the Fall 2023 magazine, Growing Up. As a high school senior, I think I speak for many of my peers when I say that my future—in college, and beyond—is frequently on my mind....

Jonah Max Dujmovic’s transgender transition throughout childhood

Coco Beck, Staff Writer January 30, 2024

This article appeared in the Fall 2023 magazine, Growing Up. Growing up, kids often act the way associated with their gender. According to the parenting website Pregnancy, Birth, and Baby: “They may...

Yum Club is one of the many clubs available at Woodside. It creates a community where people can learn about and eat foods while having fun.

Yum Club provides a safe space to talk about food

Nathan Chen, Staff Writer January 28, 2024

Among various clubs at Woodside, Yum Club provides an opportunity for students to meet new people and learn about food. Food insecurity and eating disorders are a big struggle that many face. According...

Woodside TV Live films in their studio every morning during fourth and fifth period.

Behind the scenes of Woodside TV Live

Kailyn Holty, Co-Editor in Chief January 25, 2024

Lights, camera, action. Tucked in the back of I-4, Woodside TV Live starts the morning for the 1,600 students on campus, filling them in on all the important announcements and activities going on. But,...

This image shows a student doing their senior thesis and thinking about graduation.

Senior thesis: Tips from a senior

Samantha Marquez, Staff Writer January 25, 2024

Senior thesis is a research project that students do in their last year of high school at Woodside. It is taught in the English and Government/Economics classes and counts toward those grades. Senior...

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