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Students walk out the classroom while being safe with masks and social distancing. 

COVID-19 protocol for Woodside High School 

Mary Keile, Staff Writer January 18, 2022

Woodside High School students must follow the COVID-19 protocols and safety precautions put in place this school year.  A letter outlining COVID-19 protocols sent to Woodside students in early January...

Leather, fabric, and a hint of metal, all these things together, create the foundation of every students foot.

Woodside Up Close

Amos Figueroa, Staff Writer January 18, 2022

Students gather with their Freshman Transition groups in the MUR.

Freshman Transition is Coming to a Close

Winnie Einhorn, Staff Writer January 18, 2022

All freshmen have now completed their second-to-last Freshman Transition session as of Friday, January 7. The final meeting is soon to come, though the official topic and dates cannot yet be disclosed. ...

Find resources at D-9 or visit the College and Career tab on the Woodside website.

Colleges are Extending Application Deadlines

Birdie Kwan, Copy Editor January 17, 2022

The new year continues to bring in the trend of surprises and firsts from the past 22 months, and the stressful time of college applications is no exception.  Numerous colleges, public and private,...

With Omicron on the rise, the CDC advises it is best to keep wearing mask and get a booster shot.

Radical COVID absences impact the entire school

Spencer Calsing Lyons, Staff Writer January 17, 2022

Nearly 20% of the student body was at home during the first week of second semester, and that number is only growing. COVID has been a problem for schools all over the country over the past two years....

Gavin Newsom eliminates the possibility of online school.

Gavin Newsom’s COVID Policies Amidst Omicron and How They Affect Woodside

Mia Hua, Politics Editor January 15, 2022

As students return from Winter Break to in-person learning, Woodside must follow the ever-changing policies provided by California Governor Gavin Newsom and the Sequoia Union High School District. Last...

California is proudly home to UCLA and UC Berkeley; two of the countries top public Universities.

The Pressures and Privileges of Growing Up In Silicon Valley

Cebelli Pfeifer, Sports Editor December 7, 2021

In a world where college acceptance rates drop lower each year, and Atherton continues to become one of the wealthiest zip codes across the nation, students in the surrounding Silicon Valley area are noticing...

Santana Rows night life during the weekend.

Local Hangout Spots for Teens

Sofia Kalberer, Staff Writer November 29, 2021

Stulsaft Park Stulsaft Park is one of Redwood City’s largest parks featuring two parks, picnic tables, barbecues, rivers, and hiking trails. There is a rope swing above the river and different...

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....

Jeffrey OConnor has been walking the track for over two decades, meeting new students along the way.

The Story Of Woodside’s Mysterious “Trackman”

Cebelli Pfeifer, Sports Editor November 3, 2021

If you happen to be a Woodside student, teacher, athlete, or anyone who has ever spent time on Woodside’s Bradley Field, then you have most likely seen Thomas Jeffrey O’Connor: more commonly known...

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