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The Varsity Cross Country teams finished off their exceptional season at CIF state competition

Woodside’s Cross Country Team at State

Kaitlyn Chen, World News Editor December 3, 2021

On Saturday, November 27, Woodside’s varsity cross country boys placed 17th and Elle Marsyla from varsity girls placed 20th out of 189 at the CIF State Cross Country Championships in Fresno.  After...

Emily Peña is thankful Woodside has given her the opportunity to learn English.

Estudiantes Inmigrantes en Woodside

Xamara Carrillo, Local News Editor November 29, 2021

This article is written in English below. Muchos estudiantes de Woodside que son inmigrantes o provienen de otros países luchan para tener un mejor futuro. En Woodside hay un gran porcentaje de...

The number of student and staff cases per school in the SUHSD, in addition to staff vaccination rates can be found on the SUHSD website.

It Affects More than One: The Consequences of Coming to School With COVID-19

Birdie Kwan, Copy Editor November 29, 2021

When a COVID-19 case breaks through the protections of our school, numerous time-consuming steps occur behind the scenes.  Woodside Health Aide Nanette Pasion said the consequences of students testing...

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
Sophomore Kate Chernykh holds a donation box in a advertisement for the toy drive.

Toys for Tots Drive

Jessica Lin, Politics Editor November 22, 2021
For the 2021 holiday season, Woodside will be hosting its Toys For Tots Drive from November 15 to December 3.
Ethnic Studies Class

The New Curriculum: Ethnic Studies

Spencer Calsing Lyons, Staff Writer November 21, 2021

California Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed legislation that approved the new ethnic studies curriculum that High Schoolers across the state are now taking - including at Woodside.  The bill mandates...

Woodside senior Mia Hua loves crocheting and has created a collection of crocheted stuffed animals.

Crochet’s Comeback: The Revival of Yarn Crafts

Mia Hua, Culture Editor November 15, 2021
The crochet trend began with Harry Styles' patchwork cardigan, which he wore for a Today Show rehearsal appearance, deep into the COVID-19 pandemic. The JW Anderson cardigan made a big splash on TikTok as people posted their handmade replicas. Now, #harrystylescardigan on TikTok has over 41 million views. Styles’ cardigan led thousands of teenagers cooped up at home to pick up their crochet projects again and post on social media about their cute creations.
The student lot is intended for juniors and seniors who have paid for a parking permit.

Trouble in the Student Lot

Claire Manuel, Online Editor November 15, 2021

The overcrowding in the student parking lot has gotten worse this year with numerous parents unfamiliar with Woodside’s drop-off methods, causing confusion, more traffic, and taking student spaces. As...

Mr. Tolles gently conducts the band from a far, leading each and every member.

40 Years of Education and a Lifetime of Music

Amos Figueroa, Staff Writer November 12, 2021

While most know him for his grand voice, calm demeanor, and Woodside pride, few know the history of William Tolles and his 40 years of musical education. William Tolles - most commonly known as Mr....

Elle Marsyla running in front of the pack

Woodside Cross Country’s Amazing Season

Thomas Beasley, Staff Writer November 12, 2021
Woodside’s cross country team performed very well this season and looks forward to bigger and better achievements such as winning sections and going to state.
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