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A photo taken before the marching band’s performance at the Woodgrove vs. Riverside football game on September 29, 2023. Photo provided by The Woodgrove Wolverines Marching Band.

The Show Does Not Go On Without the Marching Wolverines

Written by Sarah Putorti, Staff Writer November 3, 2023

No football game is complete without a captivating halftime show. The strong cheers from the stadium, rhythmic flow of the dancers, and the beating pulse of the drums make for a fiery and unforgettable...

Students and parents alike flock to fast food restaurants such as Chick-Fil-A before school

The Downfall of DoorDash

Written by Evan Kaiser, Staff Writer November 3, 2023

Students will often go to great lengths to get their hands on the best food, even if it means running to be first to the lunch lines or microwaves. What happens when they try to get food from outside the...

Woodgrove’s new club place, times, and advisors.

Green and Blue: What Clubs are New?

Written by Lilly Soska November 2, 2023

The 2023-24 school year is now in full swing, which brings new faces, experiences, and clubs. Woodgrove has always offered an abundance of opportunities to engage in the school community through the participation...

A bent guard rail from an accident right outside the Junior Lot. Photo provided by John Hays.

Parking Lot Woes

Written by William Den Herder, Haley Oliver, and Andrew Towe May 17, 2023

Woodgrove’s parking lot is gaining a hazardous reputation due to recent accidents and its tight fit. Up to eight crashes have been reported since the beginning of the school year according to Woodgrove...

Ngonga leaps through the air. Photo provided by Studio Photography.

Wendell Ngonga: Triple Jump State Champ

Written by Maddie Shea, Lilly Soska, and Mason Vacca May 15, 2023

Wendell Ngonga, a senior at Woodgrove High School, has had an excellent performance on the track this spring season. As a track athlete and winner of the 2023 state championship title in the triple jump,...

Seniors Braden Parsons and Emma Vest ready to introduce themselves to a new judge. Photo provided by Steve Prakope.

Woodgrove Students Excel at Regional Science Fair

Written by Claire Davison and Mason Vacca May 15, 2023

On Wednesday April 22nd, twenty-six Woodgrove students traveled to Rock Ridge High School to participate in the Regional Science and Engineering Fair. Woodgrove fared well at the award ceremony, earning...

Mr. Bennett before we took the chair out!

Tape a Teacher!

May 1, 2023

On April 27th, the Woodgrove Outlander Newspaper came together to create a fundraising event. The event was called Tape a Teacher -- an event where students can tape their teacher of choice to the...

These two students are helping each other on the ArcGIS project that they have been working on. On the left is Junior Michael Allis and on the right is Junior Andrew Green.

Woodgrove Geospatial Science Class is on the Road to James Madison University

Written by Ethan Tehan, Staff Writer April 20, 2023

The WHS Geospatial science class field trip will be held at James Madison University  on April 28.  ArcGIS students will present projects to JMU professors and college students and will also tour...

Tomlinson stares down the opposing team’s dugout after scoring a run.

Spring Players To Watch

Written by Maddie Shea and Mason Vacca March 23, 2023

Another Woodgrove sports season is coming up and here are some athletes you should keep an eye on. Softball After she made the switch over from baseball, Senior Annika Rohs started playing softball at...

Protests by outraged students and civil rights activists outside the Florida Capital

“Stop W.O.K.E Act” in Place Under Florida Governor Ron DeSantis

Written by Maeve Bauer and Anna Cristofano March 23, 2023

“Left wing bias” is what Governor Ron DeSantis reported to the College Board earlier this month regarding specific topics within the state’s AP African American Studies classes. The state has passed...

Meet Our New Aquatic Life!

Written by Haley Oliver November 7, 2022

The freshmen aren't the only new members to the school this year; L514 has a few new class pets! Mr. Maynard and Mrs. Crandall share room L514, so after much discussion and an unwritten agreement (Mrs....

Students gather en masse at the 2022 knockout tournament to support epilepsy awareness.

The Spirit of the Wild

Written by Teagan Russell November 3, 2022

The roar of a crowd, the flash of blue and green shirts, the bustling hallways; all things that can be envisioned when imagining school spirit. Often considered something that is integral to a healthy...

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