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Corrado meeting Rosie Mae Krier in-person in Washington D.C. for the Congressional Medal of Honor event on April 10. Photo provided by Kate Corrado.

Rosie the Riveter Monument Initiative

Written by William Den Herder, Editor In Chief May 30, 2024

Washington D.C. is home to hundreds of monuments and memorials, but you can count the number of them dedicated to women on one hand. Even though women make up half of history, there are only two sub-monuments...

Abbey Lane delivering a pitch during a home game earlier this year. Photo provided by Viva Loudoun.

Dominance in the Dugout

Written by Claire Hudak, Online Editor May 30, 2024

Throughout Woodgroves school history, the Softball team has been the team to beat. Their stored history is filled with triumphs, championships, and a reputation for being one of the most successful teams...

Women in S.T.E.M. presenting to 8th graders about their club at the 8th Grade Expo Day. Photo provided by Augusta Beekman.

Women in S.T.E.M.

Written by Augusta Beekman, Social Media Manager May 30, 2024

Women in S.T.E.M is a female led club at Woodgrove that brings high school students together over their shared interest in science, technology, engineering, and math. Senior Charlotte Hannis and sponsor...

A “We’re All Human” mural capstone in the main hallway. Photo provided by Sam Douglas.

The Craze Over Capstones

Written by Sam Douglas, Online Editor May 30, 2024

Capstones have become a staple around Woodgrove. They adorn the hallway walls and are present throughout the campus. Every year, the majority of the senior class says goodbye to their tenure at Woodgrove...

Ms. Gina Bingaman sitting at her desk in her classroom L604.  Photo provided by Mrs. Chelsea Dyke.

Day in the Life of Ms. Bingaman

Written by Morgan Carreiro and Sam Douglas May 30, 2024

Some would say Ms. Gina Bingaman has done it all. She is in her 23rd year of teaching, and is a Woodgrove original, teaching at the school since its opening in 2010. Bingaman started her career in the...

A graphic depicting student employment at Woodgrove. Photo provided by Shaelyn Wheeler.

Unemployment Within Woodgrove

Written by John Hays and Shae Wheeler May 30, 2024

Recently, the unemployment rate dropped to 3.8 percent, which is the longest stretch it has been below four percent in over 50 years. The labor market has been booming so far in 2024, which is helping...

Mrs. Pruzina’s composite card, used as marketing for acting jobs. Photo provided by Beverly Pruzina.

Before the Classroom: Beverly Pruzina

Written by Sophie Mason, Staff Writer May 28, 2024

Ms. Beverly Pruzina has been Woodgrove High School’s theater director for several years. She brings a high level of professionalism to both her classroom and the stage. Despite being a theater director...

CRAB-G play their instruments loud and proud for Woodgrove Idol. Photo provided by Woodgrove Journalism.

Raving Rhythms: Cool CRAB-G

Written by Mya Haines, Staff Writer May 28, 2024

Woodgrove Idol introduced many rising singers and bands full of talent, including CRAB-G, a band that made their debut at the event. The new, classy rock band performed “Taking Care of Business,” originally...

Photo of Alex Bennett in firefighter gear. Photo provided by Alex Bennett.

Hobbies and Helping Out

Written by Andrew Towe, Staff Writer April 24, 2024

Sometimes Woodgrove can seem like another dimension. The bell rings and you leave to go on with life. However the Woodgrove community is real and its teachers and staff are thoughtful and supportive people...

Photo of Woodgrove High School students in the hallway during class change. Photo taken by Addison Clarke.

Slow Walkers Creating Chaos

Written by Addison Clarke April 24, 2024

Many would rather be caught up in Route 7 traffic than the congestion that occurs in the halls of Woodgrove. Slow walkers have become the dreaded traffic the high school students face. It is a common frustration...

Ms. Sim’s seventh block class at their tea party. Photo provided by Ms. In Sim.

To Tea or Not to Tea

Written by Sophie Mason, Staff Writer April 8, 2024

The 400 hall is a lively place to be during the second semester. You may hear a string duet or wedding vows in passing. If you step inside Ms. In Sim's classroom, you’ll see students dressed in medieval...

Picture of Mr. Panagos’ retirement sign outside of the cafeteria. Photo provided by Sam Douglas.

Day In The Life Of Mr. Panagos

Written by Sam Douglas and Andrew Towe March 21, 2024

Mr. Timothy Panagos is widely known throughout Woodgrove and has been a part of our school's community since its opening in 2010. In his final days as our Assistant Principal, Mr. Panagos shared his daily...

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