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Katinka Lennemann introducing the presentation to the SUHSD Board of Trustees for their Climate Change Declaration and Resolution.

Students Take Action Against Climate Change

Claire Manuel, Arts and Entertainment Editor April 22, 2021
A group of Student Stability Leaders from across the Sequoia Union High School District presented to the Sequoia Union High School District Board of Trustees in January. They introduced their Climate Emergency Declaration and Resolution and are still fighting hard to see it implemented.
School resumed on-campus instruction on April 5, with abundant safety protocols and precautions.

Students’ Thoughts on Returning to Campus

Keira Lee, Copy Editor April 9, 2021

With the beginning of this year’s on-campus instruction starting April 5, Woodside students have conflicting opinions on whether those who opted in should have chosen to return. Woodside’s return...

Woodside Logo, the Woodside Wild Cat.

BOSA Election Results

Xamara Carrillo, Staff Writer April 8, 2021

Despite being held amid a pandemic and a continued distance learning teaching model, Woodside’s students voted for the new Board of Student Affairs in an online election on March 17. While some students...

A sign certifying the SUHSD ventilation requirements graces the front of Woodside's New Gym on Friday, March 20, 2021. Proper airflow and circulation is critical to making indoor classes safe for students returning to classes in early April

Admin: Woodside Taking Health and Safety First as In-Person Classes Prepare to Return

Cedrik von Briel, Local News Editor April 5, 2021
On February 24, 2021, Sequoia Union High School District [SUHSD] released plans for a limited group of teachers and students to return for in-person classes starting on April 5. Now, with a little over a week left until that date, Woodside has been working hard to ensure that its campus is up to local health standards.
Illustration depicting a young Asian-American woman wearing a

Hate is a Virus

Jessica Lin and Kaitlyn Chen March 30, 2021

There has not been enough media coverage of Anti-Asian hate. In the months after the first case of Covid-19 was discovered in Wuhan, China, the US reported almost 1,500 cases of racism, hate speech, discrimination,...

Ex-convict Michael Thomas Cheek was set to move to Hillcrest Drive before the community's response stopped this from happening.

Emerald Hills Residents Respond After Placement of Ex-Convict in the Area

Amelie de Leon, Claire Manuel, World News Editor, Arts and Entertainment Editor March 12, 2021

A Emerald Hills homeowner has rescinded the offer of housing to ex-convict Michael Thomas Cheek after Redwood City residents protested against the Superior Court of California’s ruling that Cheek be...

Pictured, from left to right, Franco D'Onforio, Elise Evans, Carlos Osuna

On the Issues: Your BOSA Candidates

Tal Dickman, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

With the Board of Student Affairs elections coming up on March 17, the Woodside Paw Print reached out to seniors Elise Evans, Carlos Osuna, and Franco D'Onofrio, the three candidates running for next year's...

With the additional stress of the coronavirus pandemic, many teens have found their mental health worsening.

How to Deal With Worsening Mental Health

Xamara Carrillo, Staff Writer March 8, 2021

With the COVID-19 lockdown coming up on its first anniversary, teens at Woodside and around the Peninsula are noticing that they are suffering from negative mental health or mental illnesses much more...

The COVID Vaccine in the Bay Area

The COVID Vaccine in the Bay Area

Arielle Bruk, Staff Writer March 1, 2021

With the increased distribution of vaccines in the Bay Area, there is increasing optimism  regarding COVID-19’s demise. With the Bay Area having around 400,000 cases altogether, the state has seen numbers...

A snapshot of some food that is purchasable at Lulu's.

Lulus Mexican Cuisine Restaurant Review

Arielle Bruk, Staff Writer March 1, 2021

LuLu’s Mexican cuisine restaurant was an extremely satisfying meal that provided me with everything I could ask for in a fairly authentic Mexican meal.   There was high-quality service, the employees...

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