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Woodside High School's athletic program relies heavily on donations provided by families, staff, and community members to support the needs of our teams. Over HALF of the department expense budget is met by parent donations to sports, and by ABO fundraising. Our goal is to ensure appropriate funding for needs not covered by the district for every sport and to help strengthen the quality of the overall Athletic Program at Woodside.
Major recent Grants/Projects include: Over $150k in total support 16-17 School year. New Football Uniforms, Volleyball Uniforms, High-tech electronic timing system for Track, pitching machine for Softball.
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Athlete of the Week
Athlete of the Week September 5, 2017
This weeks athlete of the week is senior Jennifer Buja.
Jen is a senior at Woodside and plays on the Varsity Girls Volleyball team.
Jennifer would like to continue volleyball through college at the club level.
On behalf of Jennifer, her coach Sonja Gavioli said, “ It's her third year on Varsity as a starter and she has always been a great contributor.
Now she has been chosen by the team as captain and she's doing an excellent job in leading the team.
On Monday against our rival school Sequoia she got nine kills, one block and one ace.”
The Woodside volleyball team is off to a strong 3-1 start, and looks
forward to beginning league play next week in the PAL Bay Division.
In the future Jennifer would like to work in a bio lab and her hobbies consist of: listening to music and going to the beach.
Next year, Jennifer would like to attend the University of Michigan.
Woodside Athletic Department
Study hard, practice hard, play hard!