The Voice of the Wildcats

The Paw Print

The Voice of the Wildcats

The Paw Print

The Voice of the Wildcats

The Paw Print

Meet Woodsides class officers (consisting of president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer) for the 2024 -2025 school year.

Meet Woodside’s 2024-2025 Student Officers

Nathan Chen, Beat Editor May 24, 2024

Woodside’s new leadership student body has been officially nominated and is ready to get to work next year. Leadership roles are made up of the president, vice president, treasurer and secretary....

The Drama III/IV show took place on 20 May 2024 in Woodsides Performing Arts Center.

Showcasing drama skills

Chloe De Leon, Multimedia/Online Editor May 24, 2024

In front of the closed red curtains of the Performing Arts Center (PAC), an armchair sits on stage left. The bustling audience of parents, students and teachers wait for the show to begin. Every...

The team raises their lacrosse sticks in a pre-game cheer.

Eventful boys lacrosse season comes to an end

Conrad Berke, Beat Editor May 20, 2024

Woodside varsity boys lacrosse finished their season early this month, with an overall record of four wins and nine losses.  The team competes in the Peninsula-Ocean league within the Central Coast...

Girls varsity and JV placed 2nd in PALs this season.

Girls swimming plunges into a strong season

Coco Beck, Staff Writer May 20, 2024

Girls swimming had a strong season this year, with varsity and junior varsity placing second in the Peninsula Athletic League (PAL).  During the post-season, girls swim had five swimmers represent...

Cal Adasiewicz pole vaulting, creating the new school record of 12 foot 9 inches.

Cal Adasiewicz pole vaults into a new school record

Coco Beck, Staff Writer May 20, 2024

Senior and track and field captain Cal Adasiewicz secured the school record for pole vaulting. The record was recently beaten in mid-April, causing Adasiewicz to be the school's new record holder.  "I...

The Varsity Softball team gathers up for a team picture!

Varsity softball slides into the end of the season

Hollin White, Beat Editor/Social Media Manager May 20, 2024

As spring is wrapping up, so is Woodside's varsity softball season. This year Woodside’s overall record is nine wins and 14 losses, placing them seventh in the Peninsula Bay league. Last year, their...

After the overturn of Roe v. Wade discussions about abortion restrictions are increasingly popular.

Opinion: Mifepristone is not the problem

Jaiedenn Dolan, Beat Editor May 20, 2024

One afternoon I was listening to various podcasts on NPR when one in particular caught my eye. Larissa Adams shares with her audience that she has a condition called balanced translocation, which means...

Jessica Esparza is a mother of three who found assistance from The Gabriel Project.

The Gabriel Project supports pregnancy

Carmen Pinto, Staff Writer May 20, 2024

Stephanie Herbst didn’t want to waste all of those useful toys, kitchen items, books and bedding. She refused to waste more than 100 items from her family day care just because of COVID-19, which caused...

Woodside High School Digital Photo students photographs of street graffiti in San Francisco.

Is it graffiti or vandalism?

Hollin White, Beat Editor/Social Media Manager May 8, 2024

To some people, graffiti is vandalism, but to others, a form of art. This distinction often comes down to the viewer's perspective. The dictionary definition for graffiti is “writing or drawings scribbled,...

Jobs, especially teaching, require finding a balance between personal life and work life.

Teachers struggle to maintain healthy work-life balance

Luisa Gapastione, Beat Editor May 8, 2024

Often effort has to be put in to find the harmony between living life and fulfilling employment responsibilities, which can be especially difficult for teachers. The Bureau of Labor Statistics said...

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