The Woodgrove Outlander

COVID-19 Changed the World, but Students Remain Resilient

Woodgrove Junior Anna Lippert finishes 1,000 piece puzzle while in quarantine. Photo by Anna Lippert.

Written by Annie Gilbert, Robbie Showers, Chris Tuttle, Ryan Wilkinson, and Ryan Wright

May 21, 2020

On the night of March 11, Loudoun County Public School students went to bed unaware that their lives were about to change. The global Covid-19 pandemic had been ravaging parts of Asia and Europe, with the first case confirmed in Virginia a few days earlier. On March 12, the call to cancel school went...

Woodgrove SCA Ends School Year with Flurry of Activities

Woodgrove SCA Ends School Year with Flurry of Activities

Written by Lauren Markowski

April 24, 2017

The Student Council Association has had a busy school year, and they show no signs of slowing down. The SCA just finished helping the Global Ambassadors Club with the foreign exchange program, held multiple fundraisers for St. Jude's Hospital, and they are currently in the midst of election season. The...

Halloween “Boo It Yourself”


Written by Colette Fralen and Caroline Potts

October 28, 2016

While decorating for Halloween can be the most enjoyable part of the fall season, spending a plethora of money on decorations that are only on display for one month a year isn’t. This year, instead of buying the cheap, typical eyesores that stores offer, look no further than your craft store. WIND UP KEY:...

Fall Activities

Paxton Manor

Written by Staff Writer Ella Erickson and Staff Writer Ellie Mumaw

October 23, 2015

With fall in full swing, there are loads of activities in which Loudoun residents can participate. A classic Halloween tradition for many people is going to pick pumpkins. Lucky for us, there is a great patch that’s only twenty five minutes away from Woodgrove. Great Country Farms is located in Bluemont,...

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