The Woodgrove Outlander

An empty Woodgrove hallway, lonely without students.

ABAB Schedule Change

Written by Mason Vacca and Haley Oliver January 15, 2021

After student and parent outcries, Woodgrove High School kicked off the second quarter by reintroducing the ABAB schedule. At the beginning of the 2020 school year, Woodgrove High School put an AABB schedule...

An empty Woodgrove hallway, lonely without students.

Students Choose Distance or Hybrid Learning for the Second Semester

Written by Rachel Schneeberg, Robbie Showers, and Mason Vacca January 13, 2021

As the school year moves closer towards the second semester, Woodgrove High School students and their parents were faced with the question: hybrid or distance learning? Hybrid learners will spend two days...

How the Holidays are Being Celebrated Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

Written by Lainey Lynch, Rachel Schneeberg, and Ainsleigh Shipp January 13, 2021

The holidays are a time for families to come together, however, with COVID-19 cases rising many are worried about the safety and health of their loved ones as they gather during this season. People everywhere...

The Continued Mask Controversy

The Continued Mask Controversy

Written by Teah Sargent, Robbie Showers, and Ryan Wrigh October 29, 2020

The global COVID-19 pandemic has brought about many national safety precautions in order to prevent further spreading of the virus. One of the most highly debated topics regarding nationwide safety has...

Junior Tatum Black using the new platform Schoology for her homework.

Loudoun County Public Schools Navigates Distance Learning for the 2020-21 School Year

Written by Claire Davison, David Hamady, and Ainsleigh Shipp October 29, 2020

Loudoun County Public School’s staff and students have been learning virtually since March of 2020, which results in long hours of sitting at your computer. This includes participating in live synchronous...

Favorite Fall Acitivites and COVID-19

Written by Maeve Bauer, Sarah Burns, Teagan Russell, and Aidan Johnson October 28, 2020

Fall is the time of year when people want to come together for popular autumn activities.  However, COVID-19 has mandated safety changes for families and local businesses. Some fall favorites remain...

A young man having fun while staying safe on Halloween - Photo via VTDigger

Halloween of a Pandemic

Written by Teah Sargent, Mason Vacca, and Haley Oliver October 28, 2020

Trick-or-treating has been a beloved activity for years, but as Covid-19 brings change to America, the popular Halloween activity might not happen in 2020.  With the danger of Covid-19, parents are...

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