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Shown above is the slide from the interim Superintendent's presentation announcing the return to in-person schooling on April 5.

Sequoia Union High School District Announces Date to Reopen

Jack Freeman, Co-Editor in Chief February 25, 2021

The Sequoia Union High School District's (SUHSD) Board of Trustees met on Wednesday, February 24 and announced that they are targeting an April 5, 2021 return to in-person classes. "I am pleased that...

Welcome back to another episode of The Paw'dcast!

Paw’dcast: “Valorant” Review

Robert Freeman and Anthony Rastellini February 24, 2021

For this month's Paw'dcast, staff writers Robert Freeman and Anthony Rastellini sat down to discuss the hit video game "Valorant." You can listen to their conversation below:

Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady celebrates his seventh Super Bowl win.

The Legacy of Super Bowl 55

Charlie Sullivan, Staff Writer February 22, 2021

Super Bowl 55 was a highly anticipated football game, as it was the matchup between arguably the greatest quarterback of all time and one of the NFL’s brightest young stars. However, it ended up being...

Freshman Transition, in which upper classmen present to WHS freshmen, made several changes to suit the challenges of 2020.

Freshman Transition’s Shift to a Digital Format

Keira Lee, Copy Editor February 22, 2021

Freshman Transition, the program created to introduce freshmen to the Woodside community and its social-emotional health resources, ended this year’s lessons on February 2.  A branch of Woodside’s...

Lunar New Year 2021: The Year of the Ox

Lunar New Year 2021: The Year of the Ox

Kaitlyn Chen, Staff Writer February 22, 2021

Lunar New Year is the most important traditional festival in many Asian countries such as China, Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam. This festival is also celebrated by Asians worldwide. There are many...

Donald Trump's personality has been a critical force driving the changes in the Republican Party

Strongman Personalities and the Future of the Republican Party

Tal Dickman, Staff Writer February 19, 2021

From unsubstantiated voter fraud claims to space lasers, the chosen discourse of the right wing in America is shifting further and further to the extreme and becoming less recognizable with pre-Tea Party...

When I was little, I constantly drew, painted, wrote, and generally made a mess. While I proudly gave the majority of my artistic endeavors to my family, I still have a folder of some of my drawings and construction paper cards, my old journals full of scribbles and recounts of what kindergarten was like. They’re from a time when everything felt fine, and, looking at these windows into my childhood, I can remember the joy and excitement I felt creating something. It feels like I can escape back into that childhood state of wonder when I skim through them. They’re messy and full of misspelled words, forever traced on the page with a strange mix of glitter gel pens and cheap markers for me to remember.

Photojournalism Showcase #2

Paw Print Staff, Writers and Editors February 12, 2021

There are nights where you look up at the sky you try to make out the stars through the clouds. You listen to the crickets chirping and maybe the neighbor’s dog barking. Sometimes you’re happy, sometimes you are sad. Sometimes you’re with someone and sometimes you’re lonely. But the moon is always there. Always giving light and a sense of security. Like a silent guide through the good and the bad times. Sometimes it’s fully there, sometimes it seems that there’s only half, sometimes you can’t see it, but it’s always there. Just giving light in the darkness. Life gets hard so take the time to relax, drink some tea and escape under a tree that’s under the stars and the moon.

Photojournalism Showcase #1

Paw Print Staff, Writers and Editors February 12, 2021

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Alex’s 2020 Album Recommendations

Alexander Balfanz, Co-Editor in Chief February 9, 2021
2020 was an excellent year for music. However, not many people I’ve spoken to seem to agree!
Former President Donald J. Trump smiles a stupid grin during one of his many dumb 2017 speeches early on in his presidency. Thinking of his time as one of the reality TV shows he likes so much, how did he do in the highest office of the land?

Trump’s Out of Office. Let’s Look Back

Cedrik von Briel, Politics Editor February 9, 2021
This four-year reality television (TV) show about a supposedly wealthy businessman and complete political outsider who ascends to the highest position this country can bestow was amazingly entertaining and (I’ll admit it) kind of fun to watch at times, but horrifyingly, scary for most of it. 
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