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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

Members of the WHS cafeteria staff pose with the school lunch deliveries during the pandemic closure of school. Photo provided by Genelda Bartling.

CARES ACT Guaranteeing Free Lunch for Students is Set to Expire in June

Written by James Dougherty May 4, 2022

As students, teachers and faculty unmask and regather, the brick and mortar classroom may seem back to normal, but school nutrition workers are bracing for a fast approaching regulatory change from the...

The Horseshoe Curve, a home away from home

Written by Peyton Benedict December 15, 2021

The Horseshoe Curve Restaurant is right off the highway a little ways into the woods, making it seem right out of a fairy tale. When you drive up to it, it almost looks like it's someone's house. Do not...

Pho-Nomenal: A Restaurant That Lives Up To Its Name

Written by Aiden Barrientos December 14, 2021

There are very few restaurants that serve authentic meals, and Pho-Nomenal is one of them. Outside the restaurant has a light-up open sign to let customers know when the heavens door is open as well as...

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...

The Growing Pressure on Young Athletes

The Growing Pressure on Young Athletes

Written by Annie Gilbert: Special to The Outlander May 18, 2018

The increasing pressure on student athletes to perform at the highest level of competition is causing a high injury rate. The potential for injury in students who specialize in a single sport is growing...

Students Start-up Company Springs to Life

Student’s Start-up Company Springs to Life

Written by Faith Ralston, The Woodgrove Outlander December 17, 2015

1551 students go to Woodgrove High School. Peers see each other nearly every day for four years, but how well do they really know each other? So many students have hidden talents and unique abilities,...

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