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Wilbur the wildcat hyping up the crowd at 
Woodsides first rally since coming back from the online school year.

Unique Opportunities at Woodside: Expand your Horizons while you can!

Cebelli Pfeiofer, Sports Editor September 18, 2021

As Woodside swiftly returns back to campus life after a year of remote learning, students have the opportunity to join exciting extracurriculars and get more involved on campus.  Whether it be through...

Woodside Math Teacher Stephanie Finander was one of 22 nationwide teachers to win the  2021 Edyth May Sliffe Award from the MAA

Woodside Math Teacher Stephanie Finander wins National Award

Cedrik von Briel, Managing Editor September 16, 2021
Finander, who teaches Advanced Placement [AP] Physics and AP Calculus B at Woodside, beat out teachers from over 5,000 schools across the United States to win the award, which includes a $500 stipend from the MAA and a free trip to their annual Mathfest in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania next August. 
In their first official game of the season, the Woodside Varsity football team lost 47-18.

Back in the Stands at Woodside Football Games

Emma Montalbano, Co-Editor in Chief September 13, 2021

Woodside High School’s Varsity football team lost 47 to 18 in their first official game of the 2021 fall season against Silver Creek High School on Friday, August 27. With this being the first official...

Social media apps such as Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok are now popular news sources for teens.

The Changing Way Teens Get Their News

Amelie de Leon, Co-Editor in Chief September 13, 2021

The emerging dominance of social media in the lives of teens is creating a shift in the way that many people, especially teens, consume news.  A study by the University of Oxford found that traditional...

Woodside High schools Octagon Club started at Woodside 20 years ago.

Woodside’s Octagon Club is Back in Session

Xamara Carrillo, Local News Editor September 11, 2021

Woodside's Octagon Club is back in person for any students seeking to join a new club. Meera Putz is the co-president of the Octagon Club. She originally joined because she's very passionate and enthusiastic...

Mr. Kauffmanns music production class works hard on their computers  during 7th period

Back to In Person Learning: How Teachers Have Changed The Way They Teach

Claire Manuel, Online editor September 8, 2021
Woodside teachers found new ways to teach through the transition from distance learning. 
Pink Ribbon Club Walk Raises Funds for Womens Health

Pink Ribbon Club Walk Raises Funds for Women’s Health

Keira Lee, Copy Editor June 23, 2021

The Pink Ribbon Club held a walk to raise money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and March of Dimes on Friday, May 21. Hosted in person on Bradley Field, the event raised $500 by selling baked...

During the pandemic, some students have drawn inspiration from current events for their work.

Art Students’ Creative Process During a Pandemic

Keira Lee and Xamara Carrillo June 13, 2021
With social isolation and changes to often hands-on processes, art classes have been uniquely impacted by distance learning in the past few months.
After nine years of service to Woodside High School, Principal Diane Burbank retires at the end of the 2020-2021 school year.

Principal Burbank Retires

Jack Freeman and Alexander Balfanz June 4, 2021

Diane Burbank is retiring as principal of Woodside High School, bringing her nine-year tenure to an end. Burbank agreed to participate in an interview with The Paw Print, where she answered questions...

Some of the books that are required reading in english classes for Woodside students.

The Dilemma of Required Reading

Amelie de Leon, World News Editor June 3, 2021

Every high school student is familiar with required reading, yet the opinion of the common high school experience varies widely among students. The Paw Print reached out to Woodside students to look into...

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