Woodside High School Dance Team
The entire coaching staff is excited to continue our tradition of excellence in developing YOUR student athletes. It takes a lot of resources to execute a quality program for student athletes and we thank you in advance for your support.
Meet Coach Kim Harvath (Click Here for Bio)
Starting this year (18-19) we kicked off the Dance Program starting mid-Spring term of 2018. Since Dance is year-round and tryouts for the following year occur in Spring (usually in April), and the we have Summer Camps to learn routines and prepare for the start of the Fall Football Season, it makes sense to start our "next" season in the preceding Spring.
That said, if you are in the Dance Program and still need to make your donation, please do so today!
Below is the suggested family contribution that will keep the coaching staff focused on Dance, rather than fundraising. This suggested donation is NOT a requirement for participation.
We are hoping you will help the team and your Athletic Boosters Organization (ABO) by making the following suggested Dance Program Directed Donation for the 2018-19 Season:
Additional Donation Option:
New Member Gear Kit Contribution $170
Purchased Items (These are not Donations):
Dance Summer Camp 2018 Fee $ 210
Football & Basketball Season Ticket 4-pack $150
Please, first REGISTER or reactivate your family account
Support the Athletic Booster Organization
Please be sure to Register your family and athletes here on the ABO site, so we can maintain accurate records and keep you updated with important information about Woodside Athletics.
THE ABO FUNDING PROCESS
The ABO works with our coaches and the Athletic Director to consider the team’s proposals, and to allocate funds to approved requests.
Click HERE to learn more!
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Athlete of the Week
Athlete of the week November 5th
The Athlete of the Week is sophomore David Silk. David is a wide receiver and cornerback on the football team. David has been playing football for three years and feels he is “experienced.” The football team practices everyday, but David takes it upon himself to practice during his own time as well. He balances academics and athletics by practicing good time management. If he could play against anyone, it would be against Jalen Ramsey. David’s inspiration is Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Football has become David’s passion, and he says that for students to strive to be their best, “they should keep working hard on and off the field.” David enjoys playing on the WHS Football team because of the supportive atmosphere and team culture. After high school, David would like to attend a Division I school, play football, and major in business. David’s coach would describe him as “hard working and coachable.”