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The Woodgrove Outlander

The School News Site of Woodgrove High School

The Woodgrove Outlander

The School News Site of Woodgrove High School

The Woodgrove Outlander

Covid19: 18 Months Later

Covid 19: 18 Months Later

Written by Lindsey Simpson and Hannah Rayburn November 15, 2021

The 2021 - 2022 Woodgrove Outlander Staff
Third Row (from left to right): Lindsey Somers, Kiera McMahon, Sarah Burns, Haley Oliver, Anna Cristofano, Teagan Russell, Ali Elliott,
Madeline Shea, Robbie Showers, and Caroline Green
Second Row: Maeve Bauer, Hannah Rayburn, Claire Davison, Gianna Costanzo, William Den Herder, and Andrew Towe
First Row: Ainsleigh Shipp and Logan Johnson

Meet the Woodgrove Outlander Staff

Written by Haley Oliver, Anna Cristofano, and Caroline Green November 15, 2021

Haley Oliver- 11 grade, Sports Editors, Who was your first celebrity crush? “ My first celebrity crush was Michael B. Jordan”   Anna Cristofano, 11 grade, Assistant Print Editors and...

What are Woodgrove Students Thankful for?

What are Woodgrove Students Thankful for?

Written by Kiera McMahon and Sarah Burns November 15, 2021

With all the hardships this past year, Woodgrove students shed light on their gratitude. Students shared how COVID-19 impacted their lives and how they have reevaluated what they previously took for granted. “I...

Homecoming Red Carpet; What the Wolverines are Wearing

Written by Ali Elliott, Haley Oliver, and Anna Cristofano November 15, 2021

This year's Homecoming Court is ready to reveal fashion secrets and what steps they took to prepare for the big event.  Senior Xanthe Bergel raved about her sage green, polka dot dress. “I just...

Woodgrove campus from a bird’s eye view.

Fall Sports Wrap-Up

Written by Maddie Shea and Hannah Rayburn November 12, 2021

Fall is coming to an end, and with it, fall sports. Athletes from every Woodgrove fall team reflect on the season and what the future holds.    Football  Senior Aidan Landis, varsity football...

Mackenzie Shores playing for her club team Loudoun ECNL Soccer.

College Bound Woodgrove Athletes

Written by Anna Cristofano, Haley Oliver, and William Den-Herder November 12, 2021

Select student athletes from Woodgrove High School reflect on sacrifice and hard work to achieve athletic scholarships. Mackenzie Shores, a senior at Woodgrove and a returning four-year varsity...

Williams waltzes across the endzone for a touchdown.

Fall Players to Watch

Written by Maddie Shea and Mason Vacca November 12, 2021

The Woodgrove student body voted through Facetime on the fall players to watch for each sport; here are the results and those players' commentary.   Wolfgang Roettiger WHS Senior Golf. Roettiger...

At the football game on Friday, October 1st, the Woodgrove Outlander hosted a bake sale. Racking in $410 and selling out by half time. Chocolate chip cookies, and M&M cookies sold out quickly.

Thanksgiving Traditions, Celebrations, and Food Favorites

Written by Caroline Green November 12, 2021

With the chilly holiday season around the corner, Wolverines are preparing their favorite traditions, foods, and celebrations. As a new year rolls around, new recipes and traditions make their way into...

Poll taken by the Woodgrove Outlander to determine when the best time to listen to holiday music is.

The Best Time to Start Listening to your Holiday Favorites

Written by Maeve Bauer November 12, 2021

The holiday season has started and so has the debate about when holiday music should start being played. Through a series of interviews with various Woodgrove students from each grade and a poll of 244...

The newly installed all-gender restroom sign at Woodgrove High School.

Loudoun County’s Updated Gender Policy: How does this affect Woodgrove?

Written by Lindsey Simpson, Maeve Bauer, and Acadia Dyson November 11, 2021

On August 11, 2021, LCPS adopted Virginia state Policy 8040 acknowledging transgender and nonbinary students. This policy was surrounded by heated controversy and garnered national attention as Loudoun...

Are Students Falling Behind?

Written by Ainsleigh Shipp November 11, 2021

From March 2020 to August 2021, students across the country were at home for virtual learning. Parents, teachers, and researchers are suggesting that yes, students have fallen behind. Kids who were...

Linus and Sally spotting Snoopy at the pumpkin patch in “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” (1966).

Ode to the Peanuts Cartoon

Written by Acadia Dyson and Lindsey Simpson November 11, 2021

As the leaves change and the days grow colder, the Peanuts cartoons will inevitably make an appearance across televisions nationwide. Even though they premiered almost half a century ago, Charles Schulz’s...

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