The Paw Print

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...

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 School parents, teachers, and other community members attended the protest for carbon fees and dividends on August 21.

Students for Carbon Fee and Dividend

Jessica Lin, Politics Editor September 11, 2021
“If we want climate change to end, We need a fee and dividend!” -Participants at Bay Area Climate rally
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...

2021 college admissions were a lot different from years prior due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

How 2021 College Admissions Differed From Previous Years

Emma Montalbano, Online Editor June 5, 2021

Applying to colleges in 2020 was a different experience than most other years because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This application and admissions period set a precedent of uncertainty for years to follow...

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...

The Redwood City Library has had to adjust operations during the pandemic, but is planning to reopen soon.

A Look At Our Local Libraries During the Pandemic

Amelie de Leon and Charlie Sullivan May 26, 2021

Many local businesses were forced to shut down in order to slow the spread of COVID-19; among these businesses were our local libraries. We reached out to local library employees as well as members...

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...

Load More Stories
Activate Search