Board of Student Affairs or BOSA are the officers who oversee the Student Body at Woodside High School.
2017-2018 BOSA Team:
PRESIDENT: Stefan Sujansky
VICE-PRESIDENT: Sydney Sullivan
SECRETARY: Zia Harvey
TREASURER: Kayla Hart
CHIEF JUSTICE: Alexandria Torres
Each grade level in the school is represented by a president, vice president, treasurer and secretary elected by the class in a general election. The officers are responsible for providing leadership. They are assisted in duties by a board of all class members who wish to become involved in class activities. Everyone is invited to come to the weekly class meetings held on Wednesdays during lunch and take part in the decisions that direct class policy and plan activities.
Seniors (Class of 2018)-meet inC-5
PRESIDENT: Evan Farrar
SECRETARY: Isabelle Couch
TREASURER: Sean McCrystal
Juniors (Class of 2019)-meet in E-5
PRESIDENT: Nicola Recker
VICE-PRESIDENT: Hannah Dale
SECRETARY: Allison Roque
Sophomore (Class of 2020)-meet in E-3
PRESIDENT: Adrienne Evans
VICE-PRESIDENT: Caroline Daniher
SECRETARY: Emiko Caden Hansen
TREASURER: Jennifer Shaw
Freshmen (Class of 2021)-meet in B-4
PRESIDENT: Nora Elhams
VICE-PRESIDENT: Arlyne Torres
SECRETARY: Sophia Bogyo
TREASURER: Karis Caballero
Please use the Student Body order form to make payments or donations to Student Body accounts.
The form must be completed and submitted with payment. Students can bring payment and paper work to Arena Check-in, mail it to the school (attn. Treasurer), or turn it in to the school treasurer in D-5.
Each student must have their school picture taken for their free student body card in the fall. These cards are given to each student, regardless of purchasing pictures. Students are required to have their student ID card on them at all times.
Lost cards will be replaced for a fee of $5. Please see the treasurer in D-5 to inquire about a replacement card. Please note that students must have a current year student body card when purchasing dance tickets or getting into sporting events.
If you would still like to order a school picture or have questions about the pictures, please visit the link below. It is never too late to order pictures.
Students who missed taking their photo may do so on the following dates: September 14, October 5.
All Woodside dances are sponsored by BOSA. Unless otherwise stated, guests may attend dances provided a Guest Pass is properly obtained at least two days prior to the dance. Guest Request Forms also known as Guest Passes may be picked up at the front office or D7 and require the signature of the Woodside student's parents and the Vice Principal of the guest's school as well as the approval of the WHS administration. Students should dress appropriately for all dances. The doors for the dance close 1 hour after opening. If students are not in by the time the doors close, they will not be allowed into the dance. Please note that refunds are not provided.
Tickets for all dances are on sale two-weeks prior to the dance. Checks are not accepted. There are no tickets for sale at the door for any WHS dance, either on campus or off. Students must not have any fines, must not be on the No Privileges list, and show a current student ID card to purchase tickets. Refunds are not provided.
Students should remember that all school rules apply at all dances, both on and off campus. We want everyone who attends the dances to have a good time and the above rules are in force to facilitate just that. Students are expected to dance appropriately at all times. Students who refuse to follow the rules at the dance may be asked to leave. A refund will not be provided for students who are asked to leave a dance.
Please note that students who are on the "No Privileges List" will not be permitted to dances, or any school-sponsored event, other than their assigned classes.
Please mark your calendars for the upcoming dances
Homecoming: October 14, 2017 7:30-10:30pm, New Gym
Winter Formal: February 10, 2018 7:30-10:30pm, New Gym
Junior Senior Prom: April 21, 2018 8pm-11:30pm, Regency Center
For Prom, only Juniors and Seniors may purchase a dance ticket. Underclassmen are allowed to go to prom as a guest of upperclassmen.
Students must have no fines and be off the No Privileges list to purchase a ticket.
Non-Woodside guests will be charged the non-PAL price regardless if the student has PAL.
Students must clear their fines early, get off the No Privileges list and have a current student ID to purchase their tickets.
Please note that doors close approximately one hour after the event starts. Once the doors are closed, students will not be allowed into the dance and refunds are not provided.
Students must be picked up no later than 30 minutes from when the dance concludes.
Please note that tickets are NOT sold at the door. Students may purchase tickets on campus during lunch or after school. CASH ONLY! Checks are NEVER accepted. Credit Cards are accepted when noted. Refunds are not provided.
Students who have fines or are on the NO PRIVILEGES list will NOT be allowed to purchase a ticket until they are cleared.
Woodside High School students are allowed to bring 1 guest to a school dance (unless noted). The Guest Pass form must be completed and turned in to the appropriate Associated Vice-Principal. Once the form is approved the WHS student will receive a yellow slip that allows him/her to purchase a ticket for the guest.
Students are not allowed to bring guests that are in middle school or younger. Guests can not be older than 20 years of age.
At the event, guests are required to bring a current form of ID, the yellow slip, and the dance ticket. Guests are expected to abide by all WHS rules and dress code.
Guest Pass forms must be completed and turned into the appropriate AVP office.
Students who last names begin with A-L see Mr. Calderon.
Students who last names begin with M-Z see Ms. Porter.
Hana Girardot is BOSA President and she was a part of the Student Advisory Board on Education and Legislation (SABLE). Several groups of students prepared and delivered separate proposals to advise the CA legislature. The students hope to inspire legislators to convert their proposals into bills.
Hana is currently on WHS' Shared Decision Making Council (SDMC). She contributed to the proposal focused on the role of students in decision making.
Great work, Hana.