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    June 11

    Dinner tonight at Chipotle in Purcellville will support the Woodgrove Debate team.  Please consider eating out tonight, and don't forget to mention the Woodgrove Debate team when making your purchase.  Thanks for supporting the Woodgrove  Debaters!

     

    If you received a deficiency notice please take care of it ASAP.  See Mrs. Wilson in the main office if you have an overdue library book, negative balalnce in the cafeteria, or textbook that needs to be returned.  Remember, seniors will not receive graduation tickets if there are outstanding items!

     

    All students taking AP Chemistry next year need to stop by room 404 to pick up their summer assignment.

     

    Yearbooks:   Any student who did not previously order a book can purchase one for $100 CASH ONLY in Room 301 (Mrs. Pyle).  Parents may inquire about yearbooks also at the Woodgrove Welcome Center in the main foyer.

     

    Attention Students needing BEHIND THE WHEEL:  We will be teaching behind-the-wheel all summer.  Please get your forms in before leaving for the summer.  Include any vacation dates in order for us to best suit your needs.  Forms are available in the guidance office.

    June 5

    If you received a deficiency notice please take care of it ASAP.  See Mrs. Wilson in the main office if you have an overdue library book, negative balalnce in the cafeteria, or textbook that needs to be returned.  Remember, seniors will not receive graduation tickets if there are outstanding items!

     

    All students taking AP Chemistry next year need to stop by room 404 to pick up their summer assignment.

     

    Audition packets for the Fall Musical JUST SO...based on Ruggard Ripplings JUST SO STORIES will be available after school Tuesday, May 29.  Auditions will be Monday, June 4th and Tuesday, June 5th.  

     

    Yearbooks:   Any student who did not previously order a book can purchase one for $100 CASH ONLY in Room 301 (Mrs. Pyle).  Parents may inquire about yearbooks also at the Woodgrove Welcome Center in the main foyer.

      

    Attention Students needing BEHIND THE WHEEL:  We will be teaching behind-the-wheel all summer.  Please get your forms in before leaving for the summer.  Include any vacation dates in order for us to best suit your needs.  Forms are available in the guidance office.

     

    Stamp Club is currently running a test prep book fund.  If you have any AP test prep, SAT test prep, or ACT test prep books, please donate them to our DC Education book fund.  A collection box is in the lobby.

     

     

    June 4

    If you received a deficiency notice please take care of it ASAP.  Remember, seniors will not receive graduation tickets if there are  outstanding items!

     

    Audition packets for the Fall Musical JUST SO...based on Ruggard Ripplings JUST SO STORIES will be available after school Tuesday, May 29.  Auditions will be Monday, June 4th and Tuesday, June 5th.  

     

    Yearbooks:   Any student who did not previously order a book can purchase one for $100 CASH ONLY in Room 301 (Mrs. Pyle).  Parents may inquire about yearbooks also at the Woodgrove Welcome Center in the main foyer.

      

    Attention Students needing BEHIND THE WHEEL:  We will be teaching behind-the-wheel all summer.  Please get your forms in before leaving for the summer.  Include any vacation dates in order for us to best suit your needs.  Forms are available in the guidance office.

     

    Stamp Club is currently running a test prep book fund.  If you have any AP test prep, SAT test prep, or ACT test prep books, please donate them to our DC Education book fund.  A collection box is in the lobby.

     

     

    June 1

    Congratulations to the following students who were nominated for the current Wolverine Watch:  Dominic Lovingood, Roscoe Nankervis, Taylor Wilson, Avery Hallam, Isabel Lozinski, Baily Voight, Elena Chamberlain, Emily Garmon, Hayden Anderson, Andres Alvarado-Arias, Eric Cataldi, Sophia Coates, Owen White, Joe Burden, Patrick Vogelsang, Amanda Imtharn, Shelby Fair, Laura Shelton, and Kevin Pacheco.  Way to go, Wolverines!

     

    A huge thank you for supporting the Woodgrove team’s trip last week to Iowa State University for the 2018 Odyssey of the Mind World Finals.  In April, we were already so proud of our Woodgrove kids (and one rising 9th grader from Harmony) to not only win first place in Virginia, but to also get a rare Ranatra Fusca award for creativity. Most teams never even make it to the State level, much less bring home both awards, so the team was thrilled to be able to advance to the global competition.  Now, we are incredibly proud to share that this year’s Woodgrove Odyssey of the Mind team placed seventh at World Finals! This is an amazing feat by this group of highly motivated kids - literally thousands of teams competed from all around the globe to make it to this level of competition, and their efforts placed them in the very top. This is Woodgrove’s highest score EVER at Odyssey of the Mind World Finals!  We are thrilled with their results and proud as can be of their incredible creativity, ongoing optimism and work ethic, sheer grit and competitive determination. These amazing students are Kristina Ayers, Claire Eddy, Kevin Hallissey, Alessia Jones, Pierce Kimbrough, Connor Lanham, and Crain Robertson.  Thank you for Woodgrove’s ongoing support for Odyssey of the Mind!

     

    Audition packets for the Fall Musical JUST SO...based on Ruggard Ripplings JUST SO STORIES will be available after school Tuesday, May 29.  Auditions will be Monday, June 4th and Tuesday, June 5th.  

     

    Yearbooks: Yearbooks will be distributed on Friday, June 1. Seniors can report to the auxiliary gym between 9:30-12:00 noon to pick up their books.  Underclassmen can pick up their books during open lunch.  Any student who did not previously order a book can purchase one at the distribution for $100 CASH ONLY.  Books will also be sold from room 301 after distribution.

      

    Attention Students needing BEHIND THE WHEEL:  We will be teaching behind-the-wheel all summer.  Please get your forms in before leaving for the summer.  Include any vacation dates in order for us to best suit your needs.  Forms are available in the guidance office.

     

    Stamp Club is currently running a test prep book fund.  If you have any AP test prep, SAT test prep, or ACT test prep books, please donate them to our DC Education book fund.  A collection box is in the lobby.

     

    All Seniors:  If you received a deficiency notice please take care of it ASAP.  You will not receive graduation tickets if you have outstanding items!

     

    May 29

    Come out and support Students United at their Chipolte fundraiser in Purcellville on Tuesday, May 29th from 4-8 PM.  Bring your friends and make sure to tell Chipolte at the register your there to support Students United!

     

    Audition packets for the Fall Musical JUST SO...based on Ruggard Ripplings JUST SO STORIES will be available after school Tuesday, May 29.  Auditions will be Monday, June 4th and Tuesday, June 5th.  

     

    Yearbooks: Yearbooks will be distributed on Friday, June 1. Seniors can report to the auxiliary gym between 9:30-12:00 noon to pick up their books.  Underclassmen can pick up their books during open lunch.  Any student who did not previously order a book can purchase one at the distribution for $100 CASH ONLY.  Books will also be sold from room 301 after distribution.

      

    Attention Students needing BEHIND THE WHEEL:  We will be teaching behind-the-wheel all summer.  Please get your forms in before leaving for the summer.  Include any vacation dates in order for us to best suit your needs.  Forms are available in the guidance office.

     

    Stamp Club is currently running a test prep book fund.  If you have any AP test prep, SAT test prep, or ACT test prep books, please donate them to our DC Education book fund.  A collection box is in the lobby.

     

    All Seniors:  If you received a deficiency notice please take care of it ASAP.  You will not receive graduation tickets if you have outstanding items!

     

    May 24

    Come out and support Students United at their Chipolte fundraiser in Purcellville on Tuesday, May 29th from 4-8 PM.  Bring your friends and make sure to tell Chipolte at the register your there to support Students United!

     

    Yearbooks: Yearbooks will be distributed on Friday, June 1. Seniors can report to the auxiliary gym between 9:30-12:00 noon to pick up their books.  Underclassmen can pick up their books during open lunch.  Any student who did not previously order a book can purchase one at the distribution for $100 CASH ONLY.  Books will also be sold from room 301 after distribution.

     

     

    Come out to Round Hill for the Hometown Festival this Saturday, May 26th!

     

    Attention Students needing BEHIND THE WHEEL:  We will be teaching behind-the-wheel all summer.  Please get your forms in before leaving for the summer.  Include any vacation dates in order for us to best suit your needs.  Forms are available in the guidance office.

     

    Any girls interested in trying out for Field Hockey this fall should attend the interest meeting on Friday, May 25, at 6:45 PM.  The meeting will not last longer than an hour.  Important information regarding preseason/summer workouts, tryouts, and team expectations will be discussed.  If you have any questions, please contact Coach Furr.  Hope to see you there!

     

     

    Stamp Club is currently running a test prep book fund.  If you have any AP test prep, SAT test prep, or ACT test prep books, please donate them to our DC Education book fund.  A collection box is in the lobby.

     

    All Seniors:  If you received a deficiency notice please take care of it ASAP.  You will not receive graduation tickets if you have outstanding items!

     

    Lost and Found: We have many items in the Lost and Found - jackets, sweatshirts, water bottles, lunch bags, backpacks, and more. Please stop by the table in the Main Entrance Way if you are missing something.  All items not claimed will be donated at the end of this week.

     

    MAY 23

    Yearbooks: Yearbooks will be distributed on Friday, June 1. Seniors can report to the auxiliary gym between 9:30-12:00 noon to pick up their books.  Underclassmen can pick up their books during open lunch.  Any student who did not previously order a book can purchase one at the distribution for $100 CASH ONLY.  Books will also be sold from room 301 after distribution.

     

    If you were scheduled to take your senior portrait on May 15th, they are rescheduled for tomorrow, May 24th. 

     

    Come out to Round Hill for the Hometown Festival this Saturday, May 26th!

     

    Attention Students needing BEHIND THE WHEEL:  We will be teaching behind-the-wheel all summer.  Please get your forms in before leaving for the summer.  Include any vacation dates in order for us to best suit your needs.  Forms are available in the guidance office.

     

    Any girls interested in trying out for Field Hockey this fall should attend the interest meeting on Friday, May 25, at 6:45 PM.  The meeting will not last longer than an hour.  Important information regarding preseason/summer workouts, tryouts, and team expectations will be discussed.  If you have any questions, please contact Coach Furr.  Hope to see you there!

     

    Please stay tuned for more information regarding the Theatre Fall Show.  Next year's show is a musical and auditions will be held before the end of the school year.  Details will be coming soon!

     

    Stamp Club is currently running a test prep book fund.  If you have any AP test prep, SAT test prep, or ACT test prep books, please donate them to our DC Education book fund.  A collection box is in the lobby.

     

    All Seniors:  If you received a deficiency notice please take care of it ASAP.  You will not receive graduation tickets if you have outstanding items!

     

    Lost and Found: We have many items in the Lost and Found - jackets, sweatshirts, water bottles, lunch bags, backpacks, and more. Please stop by the table in the Main Entrance Way if you are missing something.  All items not claimed will be donated at the end of this week.

     

    If you were scheduled to take your senior portrait on May 15th, they have been rescheduled for May 24th, same time, same place.

      

    MAY 22

    Any girls interested in trying out for Field Hockey this fall should attend the interest meeting on Friday, May 25, at 6:45 PM.  The meeting will not last longer than an hour.  Important information regarding preseason/summer workouts, tryouts, and team expectations will be discussed.  If you have any questions, please contact Coach Furr.  Hope to see you there!

     

    Please stay tuned for more information regarding the Theatre Fall Show.  Next year's show is a musical and auditions will be held before the end of the school year.  Details will be coming soon!

     

    Stamp Club is currently running a test prep book fund.  If you have any AP test prep, SAT test prep, or ACT test prep books, please donate them to our DC Education book fund.  A collection box is in the lobby.

     

    All Seniors:  If you received a deficiency notice please take care of it ASAP.  You will not receive graduation tickets if you have outstanding items!

     

    Lost and Found: We have many items in the Lost and Found - jackets, sweatshirts, water bottles, lunch bags, backpacks, and more. Please stop by the table in the Main Entrance Way if you are missing something.  All items not claimed will be donated at the end of the week.

     

    If you were scheduled to take your senior portrait on May 15th, they have been rescheduled for May 24th, same time, same place.

      

    Interested in being a mentor to an elementary school student? Join PEER.  Volunteer your time working with young students to help them.  Applications available in the counseling office.  Apply today!!

     

    Seniors participating in CAPSTONES:  You must have your teachers sign the exemption permission form.  You can find this on google classroom.  Please turn the completed form into your LCPS Sponsor.  See Mrs. King or Ms. Shildneck with any questions.

     

    MAY 21

    Please stay tuned for more information regarding the Theatre Fall Show.  Next year's show is a musical and auditions will be held before the end of the school year.  Details will be coming soon!

     

    Stamp Club is currently running a test prep book fund.  If you have any AP test prep, SAT test prep, or ACT test prep books, please donate them to our DC Education book fund.  A collection box is in the lobby.

     

    All Seniors:  If you received a deficiency notice please take care of it ASAP!  You will not receive graduation tickets if you have outstanding items.

     

    Lost and Found: We have many items in the Lost and Found - jackets, sweatshirts, water bottles, lunch bags, backpacks, and more. Please stop by the table in the Main Entrance Way if you are missing something.  All items not claimed will be donated at the end of the week.

     

    If you were scheduled to take your senior portrait on May 15th, they have been rescheduled for May 24th, same time, same place.

      

    Interested in being a mentor to an elementary school student? Join PEER.  Volunteer your time working with young students to help them.  Applications available in the counseling office.  Apply today!!

     

    Seniors participating in CAPSTONES:  You must have your teachers sign the exemption permission form.  You can find this on google classroom.  Please turn the completed form into your LCPS Sponsor.  See Mrs. King or Ms. Shildneck with any questions.

     

    MAY 18

    All Seniors:  If you received a deficiency notice please take care of it ASAP!  You will not receive graduation tickets if you have outstanding items.

     

    Lost and Found: We have many items in the Lost and Found - jackets, sweatshirts, water bottles, lunch bags, backpacks, and more. Please stop by the table in the Main Entrance Way if you are missing something.  All items not claimed will be donated at the end of next week.

     

    Many students were nominated for this week's Wolverine Watch.  Four names from each grade level were selected.  Congratulations to these students who "Work, Honor, and Strive," everyday:  9th grade - Emily Garman, Isabel Losinski, Avery Hallam, Brandon Hunsucker, 10th grade - Hayden Anderson, Katie Merchant, Carson Powell, Addison Halveland, 11th grade - AJ Bartling, Huntley McKimmey, Maddie Davis, Eli Goosens, 12th grade - Sarah Garrison, Juan Garcia, Ian Rodgers, Hannah Stewart.

     

    If you were scheduled to take your senior portrait on May 15th, they have been rescheduled for May 24th, same time, same place.

     

    SOL Biology Review Daily (last day is Monday, 5/21)    Ms. Spencer 4-5 PM     Ms. Miller 8-9 AM

    SOL Chemistry (last day is Monday, 5/21)   Mr. Sharp 8-9 AM

     

    Interested in being a mentor to an elementary school student? Join PEER.  Volunteer your time working with young students to help them.  Applications available in the counseling office.  Apply today!!

     

    Seniors participating in CAPSTONES:  You must have your teachers sign the exemption permission form.  You can find this on google classroom.  Please turn the completed form into your LCPS Sponsor.  See Mrs. King or Ms. Shildneck with any questions.

      

    MAY 17

    If you were scheduled to take your senior portrait on May 15th, they have been rescheduled for May 24th, same time, same place.

     

    Congratulations to our Cappies Nominees: Carolina Kirkpatrick, female dancer   Grace Harkins, Supporting Actress    Lukas D'Errico, Comic Actor and Caroline Roden, Comic Actress. 

     

    SOL Biology Review Daily    Ms. Spencer 4-5 PM     Ms. Miller 8-9 AM

    SOL Chemistry   Mr. Sharp 8-9 AM

    SOL Earth Science  Mr. Looney's Room Wednesday and Thursday  4-5 PM

     

    Interested in being a mentor to an elementary school student? Join PEER.  Volunteer your time working with young students to help them.  Applications available in the counseling office.  Apply today!!

     

    Seniors participating in CAPSTONES:  You must have your teachers sign the exemption permission form.  You can find this on google classroom.  Please turn the completed form into your LCPS Sponsor.  See Mrs. King or Ms. Shildneck with any questions.

      

    MAY 16

    If you were scheduled to take your senior portrait on May 15th, they have been rescheduled for May 24th, same time, same place.

     

    SOL Biology Review Daily    Ms. Spencer 4-5 PM     Ms. Miller 8-9 AM

    SOL Chemistry   Mr. Sharp 8-9 AM

    SOL Earth Science  Mr. Looney's Room Wednesday and Thursday  4-5 PM

     

    Interested in being a mentor to an elementary school student? Join PEER.  Volunteer your time working with young students to help them.  Applications available in the counseling office.  Apply today!!

     

    Seniors participating in CAPSTONES:  You must have your teachers sign the exemption permission form.  You can find this on google classroom.  Please turn the completed form into your LCPS Sponsor.  See Mrs. King or Ms. Shildneck with any questions.

      

    MAY 14

    Dinner tonight at Chipotle in Purcellville will support the Woodgrove Debate team.  Please consider eating out tonight, and don't forget to mention the Woodgrove Debate team when making your purchase.  Thanks for supporting the Woodgrove  Debaters!

     

    SOL review with Ms. Spencer 4-5 PM daily. SOL Chemistry review with Mr. Sharp 8-9 AM daily.  SOL Earth Science review with Mr. Looney (his room) 4-5 PM  Wednesday and Thursday.

     

    Seniors participating in CAPSTONES:  You must have your teachers sign the exemption permission form.  You can find this on google classroom.  Please turn the completed form into your LCPS Sponsor.  See Mrs. King or Ms. Shildneck with any questions.

     

    Interested in being a mentor to an elementary school student? Join PEER.  Volunteer your time working with young students to help them.  Applications available in the counseling office.  Apply today!!

     

    MAY 11

    Interested in being a mentor to an elementary school student? Join PEER.  Volunteer your time working with young students to help them.  Applications available in the counseling office.  Apply today!!

     

    Juniors and Seniors: this is the last week prom tickets will be on sale.  We will be selling tickets Monday - Friday each morning in the main lobby.  If you purchase a ticket online, you MUST come and hand in your permission form and pick up your ticket.  Don't miss out on an awesome prom!!

     

    MAY 10

    The SCA is looking for leaders to fill in the executive board positions for Vice President and Marketing Director.  If interested in applying for one of these positions, please complete an application and return it to Mr. Schutte in L512, or Mrs. Mowers in L401, by 9am this Friday.  The application is available in the main office and outside of Mr. Schutte's office.

     

    We have 25 young men singing together for the Pop's Concert on May 24th and our goal is 30!  Come to room 803 this Wednesday and next at 8:45 AM for a quick rehearsal.  It's not too late to show and no singing experience is required.  

     

    Seniors if you would still like to run for prom king or queen, there's still time.  You MUST get your completed applications to Mr. Acquino or Mrs. Leslie by Thursday, May 10th.  

     

    Juniors and Seniors: this is the last week prom tickets will be on sale.  We will be selling tickets Monday - Friday each morning in the main lobby.  If you purchase a ticket online, you MUST come and hand in your permission form and pick up your ticket.  Don't miss out on an awesome prom!!

     

    MAY 9

    The SCA is looking for leaders to fill in the executive board positions for Vice President and Marketing Director.  If interested in applying for one of these positions, please complete an application and return it to Mr. Schutte in L512, or Mrs. Mowers in L401, by 9am this Friday.  The application is available in the main office and outside of Mr. Schutte's office.

     

    We have 25 young men singing together for the Pop's Concert on May 24th and our goal is 30!  Come to room 803 this Wednesday and next at 8:45 AM for a quick rehearsal.  It's not too late to show and no singing experience is required.  

     

    Seniors if you would still like to run for prom king or queen, there's still time.  You MUST get your completed applications to Mr. Acquino or Mrs. Leslie by Thursday, May 10th.  

     

    Juniors and Seniors: this is the last week prom tickets will be on sale.  We will be selling tickets Monday - Friday each morning in the main lobby.  If you purchase a ticket online, you MUST come and hand in your permission form and pick up your ticket.  Don't miss out on an awesome prom!!

     

    MAY 8

    The SCA is looking for leaders to fill in the executive board positions for Vice President and Marketing Director.  If interested in applying for one of these positions, please complete an application and return it to Mr. Schutte in L512, or Mrs. Mowers in L401, by 9am this Friday.  The application is available in the main office and outside of Mr. Schutte's office.

     

    We have 25 young men singing together for the Pop's Concert on May 24th and our goal is 30!  Come to room 803 this Wednesday and next at 8:45 AM for a quick rehearsal.  It's not too late to show and no singing experience is required.  

     

    Seniors if you would still like to run for prom king or queen, there's still time.  You MUST get your completed applications to Mr. Acquino or Mrs. Leslie by Thursday, May 10th.  

     

    Juniors and Seniors: this is the last week prom tickets will be on sale.  We will be selling tickets Monday - Friday each morning in the main lobby.  If you purchase a ticket online, you MUST come and hand in your permission form and pick up your ticket.  Don't miss out on an awesome prom!!

     

    Congratulations to boys and girls soccer for winning against Riverside last night.  Boys soccer especially had a great game with Matt Bland scoring in the last minute tying up the game.  Theo Kostal then scored in overtime to win the game.  Boys tennis also won against Valley last night.  Tonight there is a softball game at Riverside at 6:30.  Please make sure you can come out and support the team! 

     

    MAY 7

    We have 25 young men singing together for the Pop's Concert on May 24th and our goal is 30!  Come to room 803 this Wednesday and next at 8:45 AM for a quick rehearsal.  It's not too late to show and no singing experience is required.  

     

    Seniors if you would still like to run for prom king or queen, there's still time.  You MUST get your completed applications to Mr. Acquino or Mrs. Leslie by Thursday, May 10th.  

     

    Juniors and Seniors: this is the last week prom tickets will be on sale.  We will be selling tickets Monday - Friday each morning in the main lobby.  If you purchase a ticket online, you MUST come and hand in your permission form and pick up your ticket.  Don't miss out on an awesome prom!!

     

    The Visual Art Department is proud to announce the accomplishments of Annabel Nelson.  Her art work was awarded First Place in the Visual Arts Category for the Gale Waldron Excellence in the Arts Award Competition.  Annabel will receive a $500 award during the artist reception on May 5th, at the Stagecoach Theater in Ashburn, VA.  Congratulations Annabel, well done!!

     

    Woodgrove Track and Field continued their successful season.  Woodgrove sent 6 athletes to the highly competitive Dogwood Track Classic in Charlottesville, VA.  Several PRs and two new school records!  Ahmirah Roberson came in 31st in the 400m dash.  Sophie Hudak got a PR with a 27th place finish in the 3200m run.  Sean Murphy came in 4th in the high jump and was super fast in the 400m dash with a PR and a new school record with a 9th place finish.  Matt Geier got a nice PR with a 15th place finish in 800m run. Rylan Pettit found success with the 3200m run with a 15th place finish and a PR and a new school record.  Bill Zach came in 20th  in the 110m hurdles. Well done! Way to represent Woodgrove!

     

    MAY 4

    SENIORS:  If you have  yet to complete your senior survey or need to update your college or scholarship information, please stop by the Career Center as soon as possible.  This includes the senior polaroid picture or diploma cutout that hangs on the mural in the main hallway all of next year.  I will be outside the cafeteria during all 4 lunch shifts. 

     

    Are you a young man who likes to sing?  Maybe you sung at Harmony but can't fit choir into your schedule? Come out and sing with the men's pick up choir Thursday during open lunch and the next 2 Thursdays at 8:30 AM.  There will be free pizza!  Sign up outside room 803. We will sing one piece at the Pops Concert May 24th.

     

     

    Beginning Monday, May 7th, there will be no charging in the Cafeteria.  Please check your account balance.  Students with a negative balance will be given an alternative lunch.  Please bring all accounts to a positive balance as soon as possible.

      

    FCA Capture the Flag:  When: May 5th 6:30-9:00 PM.  Where:  Woodgrove HS practice field (Turf Two)  What:  Come play capture the flag and listen to our guest speaker!

     

    Prom tickets are on sale this Monday, April 30th through Friday, May 11th. Tickets are $60.  You can purchase tickets before school in the main lobby or online.  YOu will need a signed permission form to purchase a ticket.  If you purchase a ticket online, you still need to stop by the main lobby to turn in your permission form and collect your ticket.  Please see Mrs. Leslie or Mr. Acquino with any questions. 

     

    Students interested in being in one of the Jazz Bands for next year need to audition with Mr. Strickler.  Please see Mr. Strickler for audition materials.  If you play piano, guitar, bass guitar or drum set this is a great outlet to show your talents.  We will also be looking for Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Bari Sax, Trumpet and Trombone players.

     

    MAY 2

    SENIORS:  If you have  yet to complete your senior survey or need to update your college or scholarship information, please stop by the Career Center as soon as possible.  This includes the senior polaroid picture or diploma cutout that hangs on the mural in the main hallway all of next year.  I will be outside the cafeteria during all 4 lunch shifts. 

     

    Are you a young man who likes to sing?  Maybe you sung at Harmony but can't fit choir into your schedule? Come out and sing with the men's pick up choir Thursday during open lunch and the next 2 Thursdays at 8:30 AM.  There will be free pizza!  Sign up outside room 803. We will sing one piece at the Pops Concert May 24th.

     

    The Woodgrove Welcome Center is open!  Our very own Ms. Hoover will be in our newly-enhanced front lobby to welcome visitiors, accept drop-off items, help students sign out for early releases, provide bus passes, assist with early dismissals, and answer any general WHS questions.   Please stop by and say hi!

      

     Beginning Monday, May 7th, there will be no charging in the Cafeteria.  Please check your account balance.  Students with a negative balance will be given an alternative lunch.  Please bring all accounts to a positive balance as soon as possible.

     

    There will be a Football Interest Meeting this Thursday morning at 7 a.m. in the Weight Room.  Any one interested in trying out for football next season should attend.

      

    Junior NHS members: Please stop by L406 for information if you are interested in being an officer next year.  We will vote on May 3rd.  You MUST complete the necessary items prior to that meeting.  Our LAST meeting of the year will be on May 3rd. THIS MEETING IS MANDATORY!!

     

    FCA Capture the Flag:  When: May 5th 6:30-9:00 PM.  Where:  Woodgrove HS practice field (Turf Two)  What:  Come play capture the flag and listen to our guest speaker!

     

     

    Prom tickets are on sale this Monday, April 30th through Friday, May 11th. Tickets are $60.  You can purchase tickets before school in the main lobby or online.  You will need a signed permission form to purchase a ticket.  If you purchase a ticket online, you still need to stop by the main lobby to turn in your permission form and collect your ticket.  Please see Mrs. Leslie or Mr. Acquino with any questions. 

     

    Students interested in being in one of the Jazz Bands for next year need to audition with Mr. Strickler.  Please see Mr. Strickler for audition materials.  If you play piano, guitar, bass guitar or drum set this is a great outlet to show your talents.  We will also be looking for Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Bari Sax, Trumpet and Trombone players.

     

     

    MAY 1

     The Woodgrove Welcome Center is open!  Our very own Ms. Hoover will be in our newly-enhanced front lobby to welcome visitiors, accept drop-off items, help students sign out for early releases, provide bus passes, assist with early dismissals, and answer any general WHS questions.   Please stop by and say hi!

     

    Global Ambassadors Club members interested in going to Poland, Hungary, or Panama next school year need to attend an informational meeting in Ms. Sim's classroom Wednesday, May 2nd at 8:45 a.m.

     

    Two individual champions emerged at the 50th Annual Apple Blossom Invitational for Track and Field.  Congratulations to Sean Murphy in the high jump and Bill Zach in the 300m hurdles.  Also congratulations to: Matt Geier 2nd in 400m, Ethan Smith 2nd in 110 hurdles, Woodgrove Boys 2nd in 4x4 relay, Woodgrove Boys 1st in 4x8 relay, Zahra Ghuzlan 2nd in 200m, Ahmirah Roberson 2nd in 400m, Woodgrove Girls 2nd in 4x4 relay, River Stone 2nd in triple jump, and Kaylee Washington 2nd in shot put.

     

    Girls LAX beat Heritage 21 to 6.  Karis Malik had her 100th save of the season and Caroline Earnshaw had her 100th career varsity goal.

      

    Beginning Monday, May 7th, there will be no charging in the Cafeteria.  Please check your account balance.  Students with a negative balance will be given an alternative lunch.  Please bring all accounts to a positive balance as soon as possible.

     

    There will be a Football Interest Meeting this Thursday morning at 7 a.m. in the Weight Room.  Any one interested in trying out for football next season should attend.

     

    Congratulations to our Jazz Band and our Jazz Combo.  These groups participated in the District 16 Jazz Assessment this past Saturday.  Our Jazz Band performed well and received an Excellent rating.  Our Jazz Combo also performed very well and received a Superior rating.  Three of our Jazz students received outstanding Soloist.  Josh Smith, Nikki Jean, and Julian Baxter received an outstanding Soloist award.

     

    Junior NHS members: Please stop by L406 for information if you are interested in being an officer next year.  We will vote on May 3rd.  You MUST complete the necessary items prior to that meeting.  Our LAST meeting of the year will be on May 3rd. THIS MEETING IS MANDATORY!!

     

    FCA Capture the Flag:  When: May 5th 6:30-9:00 PM.  Where:  Woodgrove HS practice field (Turf Two)  What:  Come play capture the flag and listen to our guest speaker!

     

    Any Seniors interested in being nominated for Prom king or queen should pick up a form in the main office or at the prom ticket sales table next week.  Forms are due Friday, May 4 to Mr. Acquino or Mrs. Leslie. 

     

    Prom tickets are on sale this Monday, April 30th through Friday, May 11th. Tickets are $60.  You can purchase tickets before school in the main lobby or online.  YOu will need a signed permission form to purchase a ticket.  If you purchase a ticket online, you still need to stop by the main lobby to turn in your permission form and collect your ticket.  Please see Mrs. Leslie or Mr. Acquino with any questions. 

     

    Students interested in being in one of the Jazz Bands for next year need to audition with Mr. Strickler.  Please see Mr. Strickler for audition materials.  If you play piano, guitar, bass guitar or drum set this is a great outlet to show your talents.  We will also be looking for Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Bari Sax, Trumpet and Trombone players.

     

    Any rising sophomore or junior who is interested in applying to Woodgrove's new Social Studies Honor Society is encouraged to do so.  Please visit the Activities page under Social Studies Honor Society for an application and requirements.  The deadline to apply is May 1st.  Students must have a 3.5 GPA overall and within your social science classes.  Please see Mr. Bennett in room 204 for details.  

     

    Seniors interested in speaking at graduation:  Auditions will be held on May 1st AM and during dentime.  Please sign up for an audition time outside of L406.  You will find and information sheet on the filling cabinet in L406.  Please see Ms. Shildneck or Mrs. King with any questions.  

     

     

    APRIL 30

    The Woodgrove Welcome Center opened today!  Our very own Ms. Hoover will be in our newly-enhanced front lobby to welcome visitiors, accept drop-off items, help students sign out for early releases, provide bus passes, assist with early dismissals, and answer any general WHS questions.   Please stop by and say hi!

      

    Beginning Monday, May 7th, there will be no charging in the Cafeteria.  Please check your account balance.  Students with a negative balance will be given an alternative lunch.  Please bring all accounts to a positive balance as soon as possible.

     

    There will be a Football Interest Meeting this Thursday morning at 7 a.m. in the Weight Room.  Any one interested in trying out for football next season should attend.

     

    Congratulations to our Jazz Band and our Jazz Combo.  These groups participated in the District 16 Jazz Assessment this past Saturday.  Our Jazz Band performed well and received an Excellent rating.  Our Jazz Combo also performed very well and received a Superior rating.  Three of our Jazz students received outstanding Soloist.  Josh Smith, Nikki Jean, and Julian Baxter received an outstanding Soloist award.

     

    Junior NHS members: Please stop by L406 for information if you are interested in being an officer next year.  We will vote on May 3rd.  You MUST complete the necessary items prior to that meeting.  Our LAST meeting of the year will be on May 3rd. THIS MEETING IS MANDATORY!!

     

    FCA Capture the Flag:  When: May 5th 6:30-9:00 PM.  Where:  Woodgrove HS practice field (Turf Two)  What:  Come play capture the flag and listen to our guest speaker!

     

    Any Seniors interested in being nominated for Prom king or queen should pick up a form in the main office or at the prom ticket sales table next week.  Forms are due Friday, May 4 to Mr. Acquino or Mrs. Leslie. 

     

    Prom tickets are on sale this Monday, April 30th through Friday, May 11th. Tickets are $60.  You can purchase tickets before school in the main lobby or online.  YOu will need a signed permission form to purchase a ticket.  If you purchase a ticket online, you still need to stop by the main lobby to turn in your permission form and collect your ticket.  Please see Mrs. Leslie or Mr. Acquino with any questions. 

     

    Students interested in being in one of the Jazz Bands for next year need to audition with Mr. Strickler.  Please see Mr. Strickler for audition materials.  If you play piano, guitar, bass guitar or drum set this is a great outlet to show your talents.  We will also be looking for Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Bari Sax, Trumpet and Trombone players.

     

    Any rising sophomore or junior who is interested in applying to Woodgrove's new Social Studies Honor Society is encouraged to do so.  Please visit the Activities page under Social Studies Honor Society for an application and requirements.  The deadline to apply is May 1st.  Students must have a 3.5 GPA overall and within your social science classes.  Please see Mr. Bennett in room 204 for details.  

     

    Seniors interested in speaking at graduation:  Auditions will be held on May 1st AM and during dentime.  Please sign up for an audition time outside of L406.  You will find and information sheet on the filling cabinet in L406.  Please see Ms. Shildneck or Mrs. King with any questions.  

     

    APRIL 27

    Junior NHS members: Please stop by L406 for information if you are interested in being an officer next year.  We will vote on May 3rd.  You MUST complete the necessary items prior to that meeting.  Our LAST meeting of the year will be on May 3rd. THIS MEETING IS MANDATORY!!

     

    FCA Capture the Flag:  When: May 5th 6:30-9:00 PM.  Where:  Woodgrove HS practice field (Turf Two)  What:  Come play capture the flag and listen to our guest speaker!

     

    Any Seniors interested in being nominated for Prom king or queen should pick up a form in the main office or at the prom ticket sales table next week.  Forms are due Friday, May 4 to Mr. Acquino or Mrs. Leslie. 

     

    Prom tickets will go on sale this Monday, April 30th through Friday, May 11th. Tickets are $60.  You can purchase tickets before school in the main lobby or online.  YOu will need a signed permission form to purchase a ticket.  If you purchase a ticket online, you still need to stop by the main lobby to turn in your permission form and collect your ticket.  Please see Mrs. Leslie or Mr. Acquino with any questions. 

     

    Students interested in being in one of the Jazz Bands for next year need to audition with Mr. Strickler.  Please see Mr. Strickler for audition materials.  If you play piano, guitar, bass guitar or drum set this is a great outlet to show your talents.  We will also be looking for Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Bari Sax, Trumpet and Trombone players.

     

    Woodgrove art students will be having an Art Show at the Round Hill Art Center.  The closing reception of the show will be on Friday, April 27th from 6:00 - 7:30 PM.  This reception is for the artists, patrons of the arts and all Woodgrove students and staff.  

     

     Any rising sophomore or junior who is interested in applying to Woodgrove's new Social Studies Honor Society is encouraged to do so.  Please visit the Activities page under Social Studies Honor Society for an application and requirements.  The deadline to apply is May 1st.  Students must have a 3.5 GPA overall and within your social science classes.  Please see Mr. Bennett in room 204 for details.  

     

    Seniors interested in speaking at graduation:  Auditions will be held on May 1st AM and during dentime.  Please sign up for an audition time outside of L406.  You will find and information sheet on the filling cabinet in L406.  Please see Ms. Shildneck or Mrs. King with any questions.  

     

    APRIL 25

    Tonights Softball and baseball games have been postponed.

     

    Congratulations on the Senior Superlative Winners for the Class of 2018!  As voted by the senior class, here are the winners.  Life of the Party:  Lance Czarnecki and Kaylee Washington, Most Artistic: Andres Soler and Annabel Nelson, Best Smile: Jarett Lorusso and Somerset Peede, Most Likely to be Found at the Gym:  Derek Shockey and Maddy Hegerich, Best Snap Chat Stories: Johann Wunder and Cassie Schooling, Best Brows: Matt Geier and Heather Peterson, The Next Bill Gates:  Jack Delmonte and Emily Gardner, The Biggest Sweetheart:  Kris Seekford and Somerset Peede, Most Likely to Save the Planet:  Daniel Shelton and MK Ntangtang, Most Likely to Win an Oscar: Jonathan Wilkerson and Lily Forrestor.  All winners must report for a photo shoot in the main foyer at the beginning of DENtime on Friday, April 27.  You will receive a written invitation from the newspaper staff that will serve as your pass.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Longerbeam in room 609. 

     

    Any Seniors interested in being nominated for Prom king or queen should pick up a form in the main office or at the prom ticket sales table next week.  Forms are due Friday, May 4 to Mr. Acquino or Mrs. Leslie. 

     

    Prom tickets will go on sale this Monday, April 30th through Friday, May 11th. Tickets are $60.  You can purchase tickets before school in the main lobby or online.  YOu will need a signed permission form to purchase a ticket.  If you purchase a ticket online, you still need to stop by the main lobby to turn in your permission form and collect your ticket.  Please see Mrs. Leslie or Mr. Acquino with any questions. 

     

    Students interested in being in one of the Jazz Bands for next year need to audition with Mr. Strickler.  Please see Mr. Strickler for audition materials.  If you play piano, guitar, bass guitar or drum set this is a great outlet to show your talents.  We will also be looking for Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Bari Sax, Trumpet and Trombone players.

     

    Woodgrove art students will be having an Art Show at the Round Hill Art Center.  The closing reception of the show will be on Friday, April 27th from 6:00 - 7:30 PM.  This reception is for the artists, patrons of the arts and all Woodgrove students and staff.  

     

    The campaign flyers in the halls and the social media posts indicate that it's election week for next year's Class Council officers.  This Wednesday, grades 9, 10, and 11 will have class meetings during DENtime to hear campaign speeches and vote.  Teachers and students are reminded that NO DENtime passes will be honored this Wednesday, since these class meetings will take nearly the entire 90 minutes of 8th block.  Best of luck to all candidates! 

     

    Any rising sophomore or junior who is interested in applying to Woodgrove's new Social Studies Honor Society is encouraged to do so.  Please visit the Activities page under Social Studies Honor Society for an application and requirements.  The deadline to apply is May 1st.  Students must have a 3.5 GPA overall and within your social science classes.  Please see Mr. Bennett in room 204 for details.  

     

     APRIL 23

    Woodgrove gets to add another state championship to its long list of honors, this time in the academic realm.  Giovanni Cianciaruso and Patrick Swisher won the VHSL state championship in policy debate this weekend at Randolph Macon College.  Patrick Swisher was voted best speaker and Giovanni took second best speaker.  This caps an incredible season for this talented team.  They will compete at nationals in June. Congratulations!!

     

    The campaign flyers in the halls and the social media posts indicate that it's election week for next year's Class Council officers.  This Wednesday, grades 9, 10, and 11 will have class meetings during DENtime to hear campaign speeches and vote.  Teachers and students are reminded that NO DENtime passes will be honored this Wednesday, since these class meetings will take nearly the entire 90 minutes of 8th block.  Best of luck to all candidates! 

     

    Any rising sophomore or junior who is interested in applying to Woodgrove's new Social Studies Honor Society is encouraged to do so.  Please visit the Activities page under Social Studies Honor Society for an application and requirements.  The deadline to apply is May 1st.  Students must have a 3.5 GPA overall and within your social science classes.  Please see Mr. Bennett in room 204 for details.  

      

    APRIL 20

    Your chance to see Taylor Swift, Camila Cabello and Charli XCX on July 11 at FedEx Field begins next Monday, when these raffle tickets go on sale for just $2 before school each morning in the main lobby.  Sales will continue until Thursday, May 3.  The winner will be drawn on Friday, May 4th during AM announcements.

     

    If you are interested in being in one of the Woodgrove Choirs next year, auditions will take place April 23-27.  Sign up for a time on the bulletin board outside the choir room and grab an audition packet.  No experience is required!! Please see Mrs. Morgan if you have any questions.

     

    SENIORS:  Please turn in permission slip and monies for the field trip to Hershey.  We will still accept forms if you would like to come along! Please turn them into the main office or to Ms. Shildneck in room L406.

     

    Woodgrove will be hosting our annual Talent Show on May 3rd at 7 PM.  There will be cash prizes for top individual act, top group act, and audience vote.  Sign up outside Mrs. Morgan's room (803)

     

    APRIL 19

    Your chance to see Taylor Swift, Camila Cabello and Charli XCX on July 11 at FedEx Field begins next Monday, when these raffle tickets go on sale for just $2 before school each morning in the main lobby.  Sales will continue until Thursday, May 3.  The winner will be drawn on Friday, May 4th during AM announcements.

     

    If you are interested in being in one of the Woodgrove Choirs next year, auditions will take place April 23-27.  Sign up for a time on the bulletin board outside the choir room and grab an audition packet.  No experience is required!! Please see Mrs. Morgan if you have any questions.

     

    SENIORS:  Please turn in permission slip and monies for the field trip to Hershey.  We will still accept forms if you would like to come along! Please turn them into the main office or to Ms. Shildneck in room L406.

     

    Woodgrove will be hosting our annual Talent Show on May 3rd at 7 PM.  There will be cash prizes for top individual act, top group act, and audience vote.  Sign up outside Mrs. Morgan's room (803)

     

    APRIL 18

    This past weekend, the Woodgrove Odyssey of the Mind team competed at State Finals and took home the title of state champs!  We received a very prestigious award called a Ranatra Fusca, for extreme creativity, and will be moving on to World Finals at the end of May.  Our team is very proud to be representing Woodgrove and the state of Virginia on an international stage. We would love to share this with the rest of the school! Congratulations!

     

     Your chance to see Taylor Swift, Camila Cabello and Charli XCX on July 11 at FedEx Field begins next Monday, when these raffle tickets go on sale for just $2 before school each morning in the main lobby.  Sales will continue until Thursday, May 3.  The winner will be drawn on Friday, May 4th during AM announcements.

     

    If you are interested in being in one of the Woodgrove Choirs next year, auditions will take place April 23-27.  Sign up for a time on the bulletin board outside the choir room and grab an audition packet.  No experience is required!! Please see Mrs. Morgan if you have any questions.

     

    SENIORS:  Please turn in permission slip and monies for the field trip to Hershey.  We will still accept forms if you would like to come along! Please turn them into the main office or to Ms. Shildneck in room L406.

     

     Battle of the Books Team will meet Wednesday, April 18 after school in the library until 5:00 PM

     

    The annual We're All Human assembly and walk will be held on Thursday, April 19.  The theme this year is Sources of Strength.  

     

    Woodgrove will be hosting our annual Talent Show on May 3rd at 7 PM.  There will be cash prizes for top individual act, top group act, and audience vote.  Sign up outside Mrs. Morgan's room (803)

     

    APRIL 17

    Congratulations to the following Woodgrove students who earned awards on the National Latin Exam.  Maxima Cum Laude:  Miles Comras.  Magna Cum Laude:  Claire Crossfield, Ariel Bernal, Chris Tuttle, Autumn Birch, River Stone, Ryan Smith, Rebecca Faletti, Ranger Kasdorf, Somerset Peede.  Cum Laude:  Ellie Creighton, Annie Zhang, Sarah McDowell, Sam Payne, Leanna Libby, Natalie Bailey, Calle Junker, Sophia Sgarrella, Bailey Brooks.

     

    Your chance to see Taylor Swift, Camila Cabello and Charli XCX on July 11 at FedEx Field begins next Monday, when these raffle tickets go on sale for just $2 before school each morning in the main lobby.  Sales will continue until Thursday, May 3.  The winner will be drawn on Friday, May 4th during AM announcements.

     

    If you are interested in being in one of the Woodgrove Choirs next year, auditions will take place April 23-27.  Sign up for a time on the bulletin board outside the choir room and grab an audition packet.  No experience is required!! Please see Mrs. Morgan if you have any questions.

     

    SENIORS:  Please turn in permission slip and monies for the field trip to Hershey.  We will still accept forms if you would like to come along! Please turn them into the main office or to Ms. Shildneck in room L406.

     

     Battle of the Books Team will meet Wednesday, April 18 after school in the library until 5:00 PM

     

    The annual We're All Human assembly and walk will be held on Thursday, April 19.  The theme this year is Sources of Strength.  

     

    Woodgrove will be hosting our annual Talent Show on May 3rd at 7 PM.  There will be cash prizes for top individual act, top group act, and audience vote.  Sign up outside Mrs. Morgan's room (803)

     

    APRIL 16

    SENIORS:  Please turn in permission slip and monies for the field trip to Hershey.  We will still accept forms if you would like to come along! Please turn them into the main office or to Ms. Shildneck in room L406.

     

    Representatives from Woodgrove's chapter of FCCLA traveled to VA Beach this weekend for the Annual State Leadership and Recognition Conference.  Congratulations to the students who worked hard in having our chapter be recognized for Outstanding Chapter 2017-2018 and being the recipients of the following National Program Awards:  Community Service, Career Connection, FACTS (Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety), Families First, Financial Fitness, Stop the Violence and Student Body.  Lyndsey Haun was recognized during the Senior Spotlight at the closing ceremony and to Amethyst Sturrock represented Woodgrove during the business session as our school's voting delegate and was instrumental in deciding Virginia FCCLA's Student Leadership Council for the 2018-2019 school year.

     

    Battle of the Books Team will meet Wednesday, April 18 after school in the library until 5:00 PM

     

    The annual We're All Human assembly and walk will be held on Thursday, April 19.  The theme this year is Sources of Strength.  

     

    Woodgrove will be hosting our annual Talent Show on May 3rd at 7 PM.  There will be cash prizes for top individual act, top group act, and audience vote.  Sign up outside Mrs. Morgan's room (803)

     

    Woodgrove's Odyssey of the Mind team is heading to World Finals after coming in First place at the Odyssey of the Mind State competition on Saturday, April 14th at Menchville High School in Newport News, VA.  This team made up of Freshman students, Claire Eddy, Kristina Ayers, Pierce Kimbrough, Crain Robertson, Kevin Hallissey and Connor Lanham and one 8th grader, Alessia Jones were also awarded the prestigious Ranatra Fusca Creativity Award, which is an award that is given to teams or individuals who display tremendous creativity at competition, with over 120+ teams competing.  The team is led by coaches, Mark Hallissey and Christine Eddy

     

    Members of the Woodgrove Debate team competed in the National Speech and Debate Association qualifying tournament this weekend. Congratulations to Nick Cooper and Nicolas Osuna who placed fourth in the policy division. Giovanni Cianciaruso and Patrick Swisher won the policy division, going undefeated and qualifying for nationals. They will be traveling to Florida in June to compete with thousands of the top debaters in the country. Way to go!

     

    APRIL 13

    If you are interested in being in one of the Woodgrove Choirs next year, auditions will take place April 23-27.  Sign up for a time on the bulletin board outside the choir room and grab an audition packet.  No singing experience is required!  Please see Mrs. Morgan if you have any questions.

     

    Woodgrove Theatre is performing The Addams Family April 20, 21, 27, and 28.  Come and support Woodgrove Fine Arts. $10 tickets available at the door and online. 

      

    Seniors interested in achieving the Seal of Bi-literacy should see Frau Hall in room L-206 today.  Testing is available in: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.  Testing for Seal will take place at the end of April.  All students who have already passed a test for the Seal, need to see Frau Hall or their language teacher ASAP to complete the application form.  American Sign Language students should see Ms. Martinez regarding ASL Seal testing opportunities.

     

    Are you looking for volunteer hours or ways to help our community?  We need your help at our Annual Share and Shop!  We are looking for volunteers this Friday to work during DENtime - 8:00PM and/or Saturday from 7:30 AM - 12 PM.  A sign up will be available in the Main Office.

     

    This Weeks College Visits:

    Tuesday, April 10          United States Marine Corp at 10:15 AM

    Wednesday, April 11     United States Navy at 10:15 AM

    Thursday, April 12        St. Bonaventure University at 9:30 AM

    Friday, April 13             United States Army National Guard at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

    Attention to all Juniors who are signing up for Teacher Cadet Duel Enrollment class for next year 2018-2019.  The application packet due date has been extended to Monday, May 7, 2018.

     

    Attention Juniors and Seniors:  Prom permission forms are available in the main office or online.  Guest forms are also available if you would like to bring a guest who does not currently attend Woodgrove.  Tickets may be purchased online or in the main entrance before school starting April 30-May 11.  Tickets are $60. Students must turn in permission form to recieve a ticket.

     

    Attention Seniors:  If you would like to attend the senior field trip to Hershey Park please complete and turn in your field trip form and money to Ms. Shildneck by April 13, 4:00 PM.  Forms can be found on the senior class website or in the main office.  Payment can be made online or paid by cash/check.  See Ms. Shildneck in L406 with any questions.

     

    APRIL 12

    If you are interested in being in one of the Woodgrove Choirs next year, auditions will take place April 23-27.  Sign up for a time on the bulletin board outside the choir room and grab an audition packet.  No singing experience is required!  Please see Mrs. Morgan if you have any questions.

     

    Woodgrove Theatre is performing The Addams Family April 20, 21, 27, and 28.  Come and support Woodgrove Fine Arts. $10 tickets available at the door and online. 

      

    Seniors interested in achieving the Seal of Bi-literacy should see Frau Hall in room L-206 today.  Testing is available in: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.  Testing for Seal will take place at the end of April.  All students who have already passed a test for the Seal, need to see Frau Hall or their language teacher ASAP to complete the application form.  American Sign Language students should see Ms. Martinez regarding ASL Seal testing opportunities.

     

    Are you looking for volunteer hours or ways to help our community?  We need your help at our Annual Share and Shop!  We are looking for volunteers this Friday to work during DENtime - 8:00PM and/or Saturday from 7:30 AM - 12 PM.  A sign up will be available in the Main Office.

     

    This Weeks College Visits:

     

    Friday, April 13             United States Army National Guard at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

     Attention to all Juniors who are signing up for Teacher Cadet Duel Enrollment class for next year 2018-2019.  The application packet due date has been extended to Monday, May 7, 2018.

     

    Attention Juniors and Seniors:  Prom permission forms are available in the main office or online.  Guest forms are also available if you would like to bring a guest who does not currently attend Woodgrove.  Tickets may be purchased online or in the main entrance before school starting April 30-May 11.  Tickets are $60. Students must turn in permission form to recieve a ticket.

     

    Attention Seniors:  If you would like to attend the senior field trip to Hershey Park please complete and turn in your field trip form and money to Ms. Shildneck by April 13, 4:00 PM.  Forms can be found on the senior class website or in the main office.  Payment can be made online or paid by cash/check.  See Ms. Shildneck in L406 with any questions.

     

    APRIL 11

    Seniors interested in achieving the Seal of Bi-literacy should see Frau Hall in room L-206 today.  Testing is available in: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.  Testing for Seal will take place at the end of April.  All students who have already passed a test for the Seal, need to see Frau Hall or their language teacher ASAP to complete the application form.  American Sign Language students should see Ms. Martinez regarding ASL Seal testing opportunities.

     

    Are you looking for volunteer hours or ways to help our community?  We need your help at our Annual Share and Shop!  We are looking for volunteers this Friday to work during DENtime - 8:00PM and/or Saturday from 7:30 AM - 12 PM.  A sign up will be available in the Main Office.

     

    Congratulations to the Battle of the Books team for a year of DEDICATION and HARD WORK.  Although our entire team put their hearts into this year's Battle of the Books competition, we handed off our first place trophy to Freedom High School.  All team members represented Woodgrove by exhibiting exceptional sportsmanship.  Way to GO WOODGROVE!  Feel PROUD!

     

    This Weeks College Visits:

    Tuesday, April 10          United States Marine Corp at 10:15 AM

    Wednesday, April 11     United States Navy at 10:15 AM

    Thursday, April 12        St. Bonaventure University at 9:30 AM

    Friday, April 13             United States Army National Guard at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

    The annual We're All Human assembly and walk will be held on Thursday, April 19.  The theme this year is Sources of Strength.  The videos that you will see this week will introduce you to the areas of strength.

     

    Attention to all Juniors who are signing up for Teacher Cadet Duel Enrollment class for next year 2018-2019.  The application packet due date has been extended to Monday, May 7, 2018.

     

    There will be an informational session for any seniors interested in speaking at graduation this Thursday, April 12, during open lunch in room 502.  If you are unable to attend the meeting, please pick up an information sheet from Mrs. King or Ms. Shildneck sometine this week.

     

    Attention Juniors and Seniors:  Prom permission forms are available in the main office or online.  Guest forms are also available if you would like to bring a guest who does not currently attend Woodgrove.  Tickets may be purchased online or in the main entrance before school starting April 30-May 11.  Tickets are $60. Students must turn in permission form to recieve a ticket.

     

    Attention Seniors:  If you would like to attend the senior field trip to Hershey Park please complete and turn in your field trip form and money to Ms. Shildneck by April 13, 4:00 PM.  Forms can be found on the senior class website or in the main office.  Payment can be made online or paid by cash/check.  See Ms. Shildneck in L406 with any questions.

     

    Woodgrove Theatre is performing The Addams Family April 20, 21, 27, and 28.  Come and support Woodgrove Fine Arts. $10 tickets available at the door and online. 

     

     

    APRIL 10

    Attention Battle of the Books TEAM:  The team will practice after school until 7 PM today, Tuesday April 10 in the library.  Please attend.

     

    This Weeks College Visits:

    Tuesday, April 10          United States Marine Corp at 10:15 AM

    Wednesday, April 11     United States Navy at 10:15 AM

    Thursday, April 12        St. Bonaventure University at 9:30 AM

    Friday, April 13             United States Army National Guard at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

    The annual We're All Human assembly and walk will be held on Thursday, April 19.  The theme this year is Sources of Strength.  The videos that you will see this week will introduce you to the areas of strength.

     

    Attention to all Juniors who are signing up for Teacher Cadet Duel Enrollment class for next year 2018-2019.  The application packet due date has been extended to Monday, May 7, 2018.

     

    There will be an informational session for any seniors interested in speaking at graduation this Thursday, April 12, during open lunch in room 502.  If you are unable to attend the meeting, please pick up an information sheet from Mrs. King or Ms. Shildneck sometine this week.

     

    Attention Juniors and Seniors:  Prom permission forms are available in the main office or online.  Guest forms are also available if you would like to bring a guest who does not currently attend Woodgrove.  Tickets may be purchased online or in the main entrance before school starting April 30-May 11.  Tickets are $60. Students must turn in permission form to recieve a ticket.

     

    Attention Seniors:  If you would like to attend the senior field trip to Hershey Park please complete and turn in your field trip form and money to Ms. Shildneck by April 13, 4:00 PM.  Forms can be found on the senior class website or in the main office.  Payment can be made online or paid by cash/check.  See Ms. Shildneck in L406 with any questions.

     

    Woodgrove Theatre is performing The Addams Family April 20, 21, 27, and 28.  Come and support Woodgrove Fine Arts. $10 tickets available at the door and online. 

     

    Great news from the band department!  Our Woodgrove Color Guard participated in the Atlantic Indoor Association competition this past Saturday.  Our Winter Guard won 1st place and the Gold Medal at the competition.  Congratulations to our amazing Color Guard members and their instructor Mrs. Parada. We also had a member of our band program advance to the state honor band this year and performed this past Saturday at the Fine Arts Center in Richmond.  Congratulations to Zoe Scrobialowsky for her fine performance with the VBODA All State Honor Band, she represented Woodgrove in fine fashion. 

     

    Woodgrove Tennis plays Dominion today - come out and support the Wolverines on the court!

     

    APRIL 6

    Attention to all Juniors who are signing up for Teacher Cadet Duel Enrollement class for next year 2018-2019.  The application packet due date has been extended to Monday, May 7, 2018.

     

    Woodgrove Theatre is performing The Addams Family April 20, 21, 27, and 28.  Come and support Woodgrove Fine Arts. $10 tickets available at the door and online.

     

     The Semi-Final and Final Battle of the Books Competition will take place on April 11th at Briar Woods High School.  Good luck Team!

     

    Senior students who are interested in becoming an electrician through a paid apprenticeship, please see Mr. Copley in L605.

     

    Next Weeks College Visits:

    Tuesday, April 10          United States Marine Corp at 10:15 AM

    Wednesday, April 11     United States Navy at 10:15 AM

    Thursday, April 12        St. Bonaventure University at 9:30 AM

    Friday, April 13             United States Army National Guard at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

    Senior Class field trip forms for Hershey Park must be completed and turned in to Ms. Shildneck by APRIL 13th, 4pm.  Forms can be found on the senior class website or in the main office.  Payment can be made online or paid by cash/check.  See Ms. Shildneck in L406 with any questions.

     

    APRIL 5

    Attention to all Juniors who are signing up for Teacher Cadet Duel Enrollement class for next year 2018-2019.  The application packet due date has been extended to Monday, May 7, 2018.

     

    Woodgrove Theatre is performing The Addams Family April 20, 21, 27, and 28.  Come and support Woodgrove Fine Arts. $10 tickets available at the door and online.

     

     The Semi-Final and Final Battle of the Books Competition will take place on April 11th at Briar Woods High School.  Good luck Team!

     

    Senior students who are interested in becoming an electrician through a paid apprenticeship, please see Mr. Copley in L605.

     

    Next Weeks College Visits:

    Tuesday, April 10          United States Marine Corp at 10:15 AM

    Wednesday, April 11     United States Navy at 10:15 AM

    Thursday, April 12        St. Bonaventure University at 9:30 AM

    Friday, April 13             United States Army National Guard at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass. 

     

    APRIL 4 

    The Varsity Baseball game today at Sherando has been postponed.

     

    Senior students who are interested in becoming an electrician through a paid apprenticeship, please see Mr. Copley in L605.

     

    Students:  Please complete the FACEtime student survey.  This updated survey includes grade level.  All students should complete this survey regardless if they did the previous one.  The survey may be accessed either from the Woodgrove website or through your grade level Google Classroom account.  In redoing the survey to include grade level we may see possible trends or patterns within specific grades.  Thanks for your participation, it's appreciated!

     

    The Battle of the Books TEAM will meet Tuesday, April 3rd till 6:00 PM and Wednesday, April 4th till 7:00 PM.  The Semi-Final and Final Battle of the Books Competition will take place on April 11th at Briar Woods High School.  Good luck TEAM!

     

    APRIL 3

    Welcome back Wolverines!

    Students:  Please complete the FACEtime student survey.  This updated survey includes grade level.  All students should complete this survey regardless if they did the previous one.  The survey may be accessed either from the Woodgrove website or through your grade level Google Classroom account.  In redoing the survey to include grade level we may see possible trends or patterns within specific grades.  Thanks for your participation, it's appreciated!

     

    The Battle of the Books TEAM will meet Tuesday, April 3rd till 6:00 PM and Wednesday, April 4th till 7:00 PM.  The Semi-Final and Final Battle of the Books Competition will take place on April 11th at Briar Woods High School.  Good luck TEAM!

     

    There will be a very important Senior Class Council meeting Wednesday, April 4th at 8:15 AM in room 502.  Senior Class Council members, please plan to attend.

     

    MARCH 23

    Participants in the Cycling Club ride scheduled for Tuesday, March 27 on the C & O Canal will meet at 10:30 in the WHS parking lot or at 11 AM underneath the Brunswick bridge. We will be about 4 hours. Bring a helmet, water, money for lunch, and dress for the weather.

    ATHLETICS 

    Girls and Boys Varsity Lacrosse IS ON FOR TONIGHT at Woodgrove.

    Friday, 23 March

    Girls Varsity Lacrosse (Freedom at Woodgrove / 6:00 pm)

    Boys Varsity Lacrosse (Freedom at Woodgrove / 7:30 pm)

     

    The following games have been POSTPONED due to field conditions. Make-up date is TBD. 

    Friday, 23 March 

    Varsity Baseball: Tuscarora at Woodgrove

    JV Baseball: Woodgrove at Tuscarora

     

    Due to the last 2 snow days and this weekend's NYC Field trip, the deadline for both "Mr. Woodgrove" applications and next year's Class Council applications has been extended to 9:00 AM on Tuesday, April 3. Turn in to Mr. Schutte, Ms. Mowers, or their mailboxes in the main office.

     

    Congratulations to Junior Sam Payne who was elected the VSCA Vice President last weekend at the 92nd annual State Convention, for the 2018-2019 academic year. 

     

    The Woodgrove Outlander is here!  See newspaper staff member, your teachers, or Mrs. Longerbeam in 609 for your copy of the spring edition today!

     

    Ms. Katey Smith, a senior at Woodgrove High School, recently served as one of a 10-member panel for the Loudoun County Design  Cabinet of the Loudoun County Department of Economic Development.  Selected students reviewed and discussed all award nominations with the Design Cabinet made up of professionals in architecture, engineering and planning to select the Students' Choice Award which recognizes design excellence in Loudoun County.  Ms. Smith participated in reviewing nomination packets and attended the awards selection meeting where students were able to meet and ask questions of cabinet members and other Loudoun students. Panel participants are invited to attend the awards presentation and reception in the spring.

     

    MARCH 19

    The Woodgrove Outlander is here!  See newspaper staff member, your teachers, or Mrs. Longerbeam in 609 for your copy of the spring edition today!

     

    Attention Battle of the Books Team:  The semi-final competition is Wednesday, March 21st.  Please prepare for the battle! The team will meet Monday, March 19th after school till 6:00 PM and March 20 after school till 7:00 PM.

     

    Congratulations to the Woodgrove Choirs, who all recieved superior ratings this past weekend at district assessment.  Women's Chorale, Men's Choir, Chamber Choir, Woodgrove Singers and Treble Ensemble all received superiors for sight reading and repertoire.

     

    Woodgrove Odyssey of the Mind team competed at Regionals at John Champe HS this weekend and will be moving forward to States in Newport News on April 14.  The freshman team competed in Problem 3:  Classics....Mockumentary!  The team consisted of Kevin Hallissey, Claire Eddy, Connor Lanham, Kristina Ayers, Crain Robertson, Pierce Kimbrough, 9th graders, and Alessia Jones (8th grader at Harmony) They are coached by Mark Hallissey and Christine Eddy.  Congratulations and we wish you all the best at States!

     

    Congratulations Woodgrove Track and Field on a fabulous start to the 2018 season.  At the Spartan Track Classic on Saturday, the boys' team took 3rd overall and girls' team took 2nd place overall.   We had several first place finishes:  River Stone, Ahmirah Roberson, Olivia Haller and Amanda Loch, 1st place, 4x400 relay.  River Stone, 1st place, triple jump.  Kaylee Washington, 1st place discus, 1st place shot put. Sean Murphy, 1st place high jump. Congratulations everyone on a fine performance! 

       

    MARCH 16

    Softball beat Sherando 18-0.  Camyrn Dolby and Amanda Daniels combined to pitch a no hitter.  Natalie Blankenship and Jamie Hardy hit home runs.  

     

    Cycling/Outdoor Club:  The hike scheduled for this Sunday will be from 1:30 - 5:00 PM.  Please meet at the AT trailhead at the Pine Grove exit on the north side of Rt. 7.  See  you there!

     

    Attention Battle of the Books Team:  The semi-final competition is Wednesday, March 21st.  Please prepare for the battle! The team will meet Monday, March 19th after school till 6:00 PM and March 20 after school till 7:00 PM.

     

    Any Rising Senior or Junior who has a cumulative GPA of 3.5 in their Social Studies courses as well as their overall GPA, is asked to apply to Woodgrove's Social Studies Honor Society.  This is a new academic club sponsored by Mr. Bennett. Online forms can be found on the Woodgrove homepage under the activities tab.  Deadline to apply is May 1st.  

     

    DONATIONS: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Pediatric Outpatient Clinic is in need of toys, board games and art supplies for children recieving treatment who are spending many hours at the clinic.  A donation box is located in the Main hallway at Woodgrove and also at Chick-Fil A in Purcellville. Drive Dates: 3/12-3/23.

      

    We have many items in the LOST AND FOUND - jackets, sweatshirts, water bottles, lunch bags....  Please check the table outside of the cafeteria for missing items.  Any leftover items will be donated to a local charity at the end of the week, March 16. 

     

    MARCH 15

    Any Rising Senior or Junior who has a cumulative GPA of 3.5 in their Social Studies courses as well as their overall GPA, is asked to apply to Woodgrove's Social Studies Honor Society.  This is a new academic club sponsored by Mr. Bennett. Online forms can be found on the Woodgrove homepage under the activities tab.  Deadline to apply is May 1st.  

     

    DONATIONS: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Pediatric Outpatient Clinic is in need of toys, board games and art supplies for children recieving treatment who are spending many hours at the clinic.  A donation box is located in the Main hallway at Woodgrove and also at Chick-Fil A in Purcellville. Drive Dates: 3/12-3/23.

     

     

    If you would like to design the senior class t-shirt, please send Ms. Shildneck your design to her email.  It must include Woodgrove HS, Class 2018 and can be in one color only.  You can find her email on the senior class website.  The winner will be given a ticket to Hershey Park for the senior class trip.  Design is due March 15th. See Ms. Shildneck with any questions in room L406. 

     

    Celebrating the Cherry Blossom Festival: Complimentary Zee Zees Cocoa Cherry Bars  to any student who purchases a complete meal that includes a fruit and vegetable in the cafeteria on March 16.  Bars may also be purchased that day for $1 each.  

      

    We have many items in the LOST AND FOUND - jackets, sweatshirts, water bottles, lunch bags....  Please check the table outside of the cafeteria for missing items.  Any leftover items will be donated to a local charity at the end of the week, March 16. 

     

    MARCH 14

    The Battle of the Books team will meet after school until 6:00 PM Tuesday and 7:00 PM Wednesday.  The semi-final competition is Wednesday March 21.  Please come prepared with questions for practice.  Today Tuesday, we will meet outside the library.

     

    Any Rising Senior or Junior who has a cumulative GPA of 3.5 in their Social Studies courses as well as their overall GPA, is asked to apply to Woodgrove's Social Studies Honor Society.  This is a new academic club sponsored by Mr. Bennett.  On March 12, your social science teacher will pass our registration forms.  Online forms can be found on the Woodgrove homepage under the activities tab.  Deadline to apply is May 1st.  

     

    DONATIONS: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Pediatric Outpatient Clinic is in need of toys, board games and art supplies for children recieving treatment who are spending many hours at the clinic.  A donation box is located in the Main hallway at Woodgrove and also at Chick-Fil A in Purcellville. Drive Dates: 3/12-3/23.

     

    Attention NHS members:  We have our monthly meeting THIS THURSDAY, March 15, during open lunch in the auditorium.  Please see Mrs. Elbaum or Ms. Shildneck with any questions.

     

    If you would like to design the senior class t-shirt, please send Ms. Shildneck your design to her email.  It must include Woodgrove HS, Class 2018 and can be in one color only.  You can find her email on the senior class website.  The winner will be given a ticket to Hershey Park for the senior class trip.  Design is due March 15th. See Ms. Shildneck with any questions in room L406. 

     

    Celebrating the Cherry Blossom Festival: Complimentary Zee Zees Cocoa Cherry Bars  to any student who purchases a complete meal that includes a fruit and vegetable in the cafeteria on March 16.  Bars may also be purchased that day for $1 each.  

      

    We have many items in the LOST AND FOUND - jackets, sweatshirts, water bottles, lunch bags....  Please check the table outside of the cafeteria for missing items.  Any leftover items will be donated to a local charity at the end of the week, March 16.  

       

    MARCH 13

    The Battle of the Books team will meet after school until 6:00 PM Tuesday and 7:00 PM Wednesday.  The semi-final competition is Wednesday March 21.  Please come prepared with questions for practice.  Today Tuesday, we will meet outside the library.

     

    Any Rising Senior or Junior who has a cumulative GPA of 3.5 in their Social Studies courses as well as their overall GPA, is asked to apply to Woodgrove's Social Studies Honor Society.  This is a new academic club sponsored by Mr. Bennett.  On March 12, your social science teacher will pass our registration forms.  Online forms can be found on the Woodgrove homepage under the activities tab.  Deadline to apply is May 1st.  

     

    DONATIONS: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Pediatric Outpatient Clinic is in need of toys, board games and art supplies for children recieving treatment who are spending many hours at the clinic.  A donation box is located in the Main hallway at Woodgrove and also at Chick-Fil A in Purcellville. Drive Dates: 3/12-3/23.

     

    Attention NHS members:  We have our monthly meeting THIS THURSDAY, March 15, during open lunch in the auditorium.  Please see Mrs. Elbaum or Ms. Shildneck with any questions.

     

    THIS WEEK'S  COLLEGE VISITS: 

    Wednesday, March 14th    United States Navy at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

    If you would like to design the senior class t-shirt, please send Ms. Shildneck your design to her email.  It must include Woodgrove HS, Class 2018 and can be in one color only.  You can find her email on the senior class website.  The winner will be given a ticket to Hershey Park for the senior class trip.  Design is due March 15th. See Ms. Shildneck with any questions in room L406. 

     

    Celebrating the Cherry Blossom Festival: Complimentary Zee Zees Cocoa Cherry Bars  to any student who purchases a complete meal that includes a fruit and vegetable in the cafeteria on March 16.  Bars may also be purchased that day for $1 each.  

     

    The Woodgrove Varsity Fall Competition Cheersquad will be selling carnations for St. Patrick's Day.  Carnation pre-orders will take place in the main lobby next week before school starts and in the hallway outside  of the cafeteria during all lunches - Monday 3/12 Tuesday 3/13 and Wednesday 3/14.  Students may order a white, pink or green carnation for $1 a stem. Distribution of the carnations will take place by the cheerleaders on Thursday 3/15 during Den time.

     

    We have many items in the LOST AND FOUND - jackets, sweatshirts, water bottles, lunch bags....  Please check the table outside of the cafeteria for missing items.  Any leftover items will be donated to a local charity at the end of the week, March 16.  

      

    MARCH 12, MONDAY 

    Make a Kid Happy Today! 

    Boy Scout Troop 961 is asking for New Toys, Activities, and Gift Cards for adolescent boys and girls to be donated to the Pediatric Cancer Patients of Walter Rees Medical Center.  Collection boxes are located at the Purcellville Chick-Fil-A and WHS. 

    Drive Dates: 3/12-3/23

     

    THIS WEEK'S  COLLEGE VISITS: 

    Wednesday, March 14th    United States Navy at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

    If you would like to design the senior class t-shirt, please send Ms. Shildneck your design to her email.  It must include Woodgrove HS, Class 2018 and can be in one color only.  You can find her email on the senior class website.  The winner will be given a ticket to Hershey Park for the senior class trip.  Design is due March 15th. See Ms. Shildneck with any questions in room L406. 

     

    Celebrating the Cherry Blossom Festival: Complimentary Zee Zees Cocoa Cherry Bars  to any student who purchases a complete meal that includes a fruit and vegetable in the cafeteria on March 16.  Bars may also be purchased that day for $1 each.  

     

    The Woodgrove Varsity Fall Competition Cheersquad will be selling carnations for St. Patrick's Day.  Carnation pre-orders will take place in the main lobby next week before school starts and in the hallway outside  of the cafeteria during all lunches - Monday 3/12 Tuesday 3/13 and Wednesday 3/14.  Students may order a white, pink or green carnation for $1 a stem. Distribution of the carnations will take place by the cheerleaders on Thursday 3/15 during Den time.

     

    We have many items in the LOST AND FOUND - jackets, sweatshirts, water bottles, lunch bags....  Please check the table outside of the cafeteria for missing items.  Any leftover items will be donated to a local charity at the end of the week, March 16.  

      

     MARCH 9

    Congratulations to the Woodgrove Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band.  The bands traveled to Rock Ridge High School yesterday evening to participate in the Virginia Band and Orchestra Directors annual concert assessment.  Both groups recieved superior ratings  which is the highest honor awarded at the assessment. Because our Woodgrove Marching Band also received a superior rating this past marching season for their assessment the band program has been awarded the distinction of VBODA Honor Band. 

      

    If you would like to design the senior class t-shirt, please send Ms. Shildneck your design to her email.  It must include Woodgrove HS, Class 2018 and can be in one color only.  You can find her email on the senior class website.  The winner will be given a ticket to Hershey Park for the senior class trip.  Design is due March 15th. See Ms. Shildneck with any questions in room L406.  

     

    Celebrating the Cherry Blossom Festival: Complimentary Zee Zees Cocoa Cherry Bars  to any student who purchases a complete meal that includes a fruit and vegetable in the cafeteria on March 16.  Bars may also be purchased that day for $1 each.  

     

    The Woodgrove Varsity Fall Competition Cheersquad will be selling carnations for St. Patrick's Day.  Carnation pre-orders will take place in the main lobby next week before school starts and in the hallway outside  of the cafeteria during all lunches - Monday 3/12 Tuesday 3/13 and Wednesday 3/14.  Students may order a white, pink or green carnation for $1 a stem. Distribution of the carnations will take place by the cheerleaders on Thursday 3/15 during Den time.

     

    We have many items in the LOST AND FOUND - jackets, sweatshirts, water bottles, lunch bags....  Please check the table outside of the cafeteria for missing items.  Any leftover items will be donated to a local charity at the end of the week, March 16.  

     

    It's Open Mic Night this Friday, March 9th!  Come to the Black Box from 7-9 for music, poetry, fun and snacks.  $5 admission fee.

    See you there!

     

    THIS WEEK'S  COLLEGE VISITS:

    Friday, March 9    United States Military Academy at 9:30 AM

                                 United States Army National Guard at 10:15 AM

    NEXT WEEK COLLEGE VISITS:  

    Tuesday, March 13     United States Marine Corps at 10:15 AM

    Wednesday, March 14th    United States Navy at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

    CAREER EXPO:   Students or recent graduates looking for a job or internship?  Meet employers, gather information and apply for jobs. When: Saturday, March 10 - 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Where: Tuscarora High School, Leesburg, VA.  Free to attend. Pre-register at www.leesburgva.gov/career expo.    

      

     

    March 8

    If you would like to design the senior class t-shirt, please send Ms. Shildneck your design to her email.  It must include Woodgrove HS, Class 2018 and can be in one color only.  You can find her email on the senior class website.  The winner will be given a ticket to Hershey Park for the senior class trip.  Design is due March 15th. See Ms. Shildneck with any questions in room L406.  


    Celebrating the Cherry Blossom Festival: Complimentary Zee Zees Cocoa Cherry Bars  to any student who purchases a complete meal that includes a fruit and vegetable in the cafeteria on March 16.  Bars may also be purchased that day for $1 each.  

     

    The Woodgrove Varsity Fall Competition Cheersquad will be selling carnations for St. Patrick's Day.  Carnation pre-orders will take place in the main lobby next week before school starts and in the hallway outside  of the cafeteria during all lunches - Monday 3/12 Tuesday 3/13 and Wednesday 3/14.  Students may order a white, pink or green carnation for $1 a stem. Distribution of the carnations will take place by the cheerleaders on Thursday 3/15 during Den time.

     

    We have many items in the LOST AND FOUND - jackets, sweatshirts, water bottles, lunch bags....  Please check the table outside of the cafeteria for missing items.  Any leftover items will be donated to a local charity at the end of the week, March 16.  

     

    It's Open Mic Night this Friday, March 9th!  Come to the Black Box from 7-9 for music, poetry, fun and snacks.  $5 admission fee.

    See you there!

     

    This week's upcoming COLLEGE VISITS:

    Thursday, March 8    Northern Virginia Community College at 9:30 AM

    Friday, March 9    United States Military Academy at 9:30 AM

                                 United States Army National Guard at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

    CAREER EXPO:   Students or recent graduates looking for a job or internship?  Meet employers, gather information and apply for jobs. When: Saturday, March 10 - 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Where: Tuscarora High School, Leesburg, VA.  Free to attend. Pre-register at www.leesburgva.gov/career expo.    

     

     GSA is hosting a movie night in the library on March 8th.  The movie will begin promptly at 7:00 PM,  arrive at 6:30 PM the club is selling snacks.  Donation of $2 for the movie which will go to Equality Loudoun.  Bring a friend!

     

    MARCH 7

    The Woodgrove Varsity Fall Competition Cheersquad will be selling carnations for St. Patrick's Day.  Carnation pre-orders will take place in the main lobby next week before school starts and in the hallway outside  of the cafeteria during all lunches - Monday 3/12 Tuesday 3/13 and Wednesday 3/14.  Students may order a white, pink or green carnation for $1 a stem. Distribution of the carnations will take place by the cheerleaders on Thursday 3/15 during Den time.

     

    We have many items in the LOST AND FOUND - jackets, sweatshirts, water bottles, lunch bags....  Please check the table outside of the cafeteria for missing items.  Any leftover items will be donated to a local charity at the end of the week, March 16.  

     

    It's Open Mic Night this Friday, March 9th!  Come to the Black Box from 7-9 for music, poetry, fun and snacks.  $5 admission fee.

    See you there!

     

    This week's upcoming COLLEGE VISITS:

    Wednesday, March 7     Frostburg State University at 2:30 PM

    Thursday, March 8    Northern Virginia Community College at 9:30 AM

    Friday, March 9    United States Military Academy at 9:30 AM

                                 United States Army National Guard at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

    CAREER EXPO:   Students or recent graduates looking for a job or internship?  Meet employers, gather information and apply for jobs. When: Saturday, March 10 - 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Where: Tuscarora High School, Leesburg, VA.  Free to attend. Pre-register at www.leesburgva.gov/career expo.    

      

    Battle of the Books Team:  Please make arrangements to attend practice on Tuesday, after school from 4-6 PM and Wednesday, after school from 4-7 PM.  Please bring questions to ask during practice sessions.  The semi-final battle is March 21st. The Battle is fast approaching!!

     

    Students taking AP classes:  The forms and payments are due to the counseling office ASAP.  Exams are being ordered first of next week so please see Mrs. Butler in the Counseling office if you are planning on taking your exams and even if you are not taking exams, see Mrs. Butler if you have not already done so.

     

    GSA is hosting a movie night in the library on March 8th.  The movie will begin promptly at 7:00 PM,  arrive at 6:30 PM the club is selling snacks.  Donation of $2 for the movie which will go to Equality Loudoun.  Bring a friend!

      

     MARCH 6

    This week's upcoming COLLEGE VISITS:

    Wednesday, March 7     Frostburg State University at 2:30 PM

    Thursday, March 8    Northern Virginia Community College at 9:30 AM

    Friday, March 9    United States Military Academy at 9:30 AM

                                 United States Army National Guard at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

    CAREER EXPO:   Students or recent graduates looking for a job or internship?  Meet employers, gather information and apply for jobs. When: Saturday, March 10 - 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Where: Tuscarora High School, Leesburg, VA.  Free to attend. Pre-register at www.leesburgva.gov/career expo.    

     

    Girls Tennis is looking for a manager to help with daily operations.  If you are interested please see coach Sharp in room 404. 

     

    Battle of the Books Team:  Please make arrangements to attend practice on Tuesday, after school from 4-6 PM and Wednesday, after school from 4-7 PM.  Please bring questions to ask during practice sessions.  The semi-final battle is March 21st. The Battle is fast approaching!!

     

    STAMP CLUB is having a Black History Month scavenger hunt from Tuesday to Tuesday, February 27-March 6.  Find the "Black History Month Circles" around Woodgrove and put your name on them and submit to the main office.  You will be entered into a raffle to win Black Panther tickets. 

     

    Students taking AP classes:  The forms and payments are due to the counseling office ASAP.  Exams are being ordered first of next week so please see Mrs. Butler in the Counseling office if you are planning on taking your exams and even if you are not taking exams, see Mrs. Butler if you have not already done so.

     

    GSA is hosting a movie night in the library on March 8th.  The movie will begin promptly at 7:00 PM,  arrive at 6:30 PM the club is selling snacks.  Donation of $2 for the movie which will go to Equality Loudoun.  Bring a friend!

     

    MARCH 5

    This week's upcoming COLLEGE VISITS:

    Wednesday, March 7     Frostburg State University at 2:30 PM

    Thursday, March 8    Northern Virginia Community College at 9:30 AM

    Friday, March 9    United States Military Academy at 9:30 AM

                                 United States Army National Guard at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

    The Woodgrove Debate Team reached another milestone at the WACFL Metrofinals this past weekend by clinching third place in the region.  This is a remarkable achievement, as it represents the overall team performance across the entire season against the best debate teams in the metropolitan Washington, DC area.  Congratulations to the entire Woodgrove Debate Team!  In individual honors from Metrofinals, Giovanni Cianciaruso and Patrick Swisher finished 6th place in Varsity policy, earning an alternate bid to nationals.  Calvin Woehrle and Ryan Smith finished 4th in JV in their first time competing as partners.  Great job!

     

    On Saturday, 12 members of the German Club attended the State VOGS convention at Freedom High School.  They represented Woodgrove well!  Josh Distefano and Jeremy Hopkins served as Woodgroves delegates.  7 students earned honors in the forensics competition at the Advanced Level:  In prose, Katie Lass earned 2nd place, Jeremy Hopkins earned 1st place.  In Extemporaneous:  Colin Heffern earned 2nd place, Maddie Heffern earned 3rd place and Michael Distefano earned 4th place.  Poetry:  Brooke Diederich earned 2nd place and Billy Hughes earned 1st place.  Our team of Hudson Vetter, Meghan Cleary and Mike McKim won the Battle of the Brains tournament.  Each year state officers are elected and this year 4 of the 5 positions will be filled by Woodgrove students:  Historian: Billy Hughes    Secretary: Michael Distefano    Vice President: Mike McKim and President:  Brooke Diederich. 

     

    Congratulations to the Woodgrove Winter Drumline.  Our Winter Drumline traveled to Potomac High School this past Saturday and won a first place distinction for their efforts.  What an amazing group of students and instructors, keep up the good work!

     

    Battle of the Books Team:  Please make arrangements to attend practice on Tuesday, after school from 4-6 PM and Wednesday, after school from 4-7 PM.  Please bring questions to ask during practice sessions.  The semi-final battle is March 21st. The Battle is fast approaching!!

     

    Students taking AP classes:  The forms and payments are due to the counseling office ASAP.  Exams are being ordered first of next week so please see Mrs. Butler in the Counseling office if you are planning on taking your exams and even if you are not taking exams, see Mrs. Butler if you have not already done so.

     

    GSA is hosting a movie night in the library on March 8th.  The movie will begin promptly at 7:00 PM,  arrive at 6:30 PM the club is selling snacks.  Donation of $2 for the movie which will go to Equality Loudoun.  Bring a friend!

       

    MARCH 1

    This week's upcoming COLLEGE VISITS:                                      

                                                                  Friday, March 2nd  Northern Virginia Community College at 10:15 AM 

                                                                  Friday, March 2nd  Beacon College at 9:30 AM                                                              If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass. 

     

    CAREER EXPO:   Students or recent graduates looking for a job or internship?  Meet employers, gather information and apply for jobs. When: Saturday, March 10 - 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Where: Tuscarora High School, Leesburg, VA.  Free to attend. Pre-register at www.leesburgva.gov/career expo.    

     

     STAMP CLUB is having a Black History Month scavenger hunt from Tuesday to Tuesday, February 27-March 6.  Find the "Black History Month Circles" around Woodgrove and put your name on them and submit to the main office.  You will be entered into a raffle to win Black Panther tickets.

     

    FEBRUARY 28

    The Woodgrove Debate Team competed last night in the Region Championships at Dominion High School.  Giovanni Cianciaruso and Patrick Swisher won first place in the policy division, and Mina Bjerke and Calvin Woerhle took fourth.  Devin Santikarma won first in the Lincoln Douglas category with Anthony Cusat taking second.  With these high placings, along with solid performances from our Public Forum debaters, Woodgrove was crowned Region Champions.  Congratulations team!! For debaters are moving forward to Super Regionals in March. 

     

    This week's upcoming COLLEGE VISITS:  Thursday, March 1 United States Army at 9:30 AM                                       

                                                                  Friday, March 2nd  Northern Virginia Community College at 10:15 AM 

                                                                  Friday, March 2nd  Beacon College at 9:30 AM                                                              If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass. 

     

    CAREER EXPO:   Students or recent graduates looking for a job or internship?  Meet employers, gather information and apply for jobs. When: Saturday, March 10 - 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Where: Tuscarora High School, Leesburg, VA.  Free to attend. Pre-register at www.leesburgva.gov/career expo.    

     

    Attention Battle of the Books Team:  The team will meet in the library Wednesday, February 28 after school till 6:00PM.  Please come prepared with questions for practice.

      

    Area 51, Woodgroves Comedy/Improv group, is holding auditions this Friday, March 2nd.  No experience is required. If you are interested, please com to room 409 this Friday to audition. Show time, is right after school.

     

    STAMP CLUB is having a Black History Month scavenger hunt from Tuesday to Tuesday, February 27-March 6.  Find the "Black History Month Circles" around Woodgrove and put your name on them and submit to the main office.  You will be entered into a raffle to win Black Panther tickets.  

     

    SENIORS:  The design of your class t-shirt is due TODAY.  Please submit your design on google classroom.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Shildneck in L406.

     

     

    FEBRUARY 27

    This week's upcoming COLLEGE VISITS:  Thursday, March 1 United States Army at 9:30 AM                                       

                                                                  Friday, March 2nd  Northern Virginia Community College at 10:15 AM 

                                                                  Friday, March 2nd  Beacon College at 9:30 AM                                                              If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass. 

     

    Attention Battle of the Books Team:  The team will meet in L512 Wednesday, February 28 after school till 6:00PM.  Please come prepared with questions for practice.

     

     

    Area 51, Woodgroves Comedy/Improv group, is holding auditions this Friday, March 2nd.  No experience is required. If you are interested, please com to room 409 this Friday to audition. Show time, is right after school.

     

    Congratulations to Somerset Peede and Zoe Skrobialowski on their acceptance into the All Virginia Symphony Orchestra!

     

    STAMP CLUB is having a Black History Month scavenger hunt from Tuesday to Tuesday, February 27-March 6.  Find the "Black History Month Circles" around Woodgrove and put your name on them and submit to the main office.  You will be entered into a raffle to win Black Panther tickets.  

     

    SENIORS:  The design of your class t-shirt is due tomorrow.  Please submit your design on google classroom.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Shildneck in L406.

     

    FEBRUARY 26

    This week's upcoming COLLEGE VISITS:  Thursday, March 1 United States Army at 9:30 AM                                       

                                                                  Friday, March 2nd  Northern Virginia Community College at 10:15 AM 

                                                                  Friday, March 2nd  Beacon College at 9:30 AM                                                              If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass. 

     

    Attention Battle of the Books Team:  The team will meet after school Tuesday, February 27 AND Wednesday, February 28 after school till 6:00PM.  Please come prepared with questions for practice.

     

    Our fabulous Winter Guard received another 1st place distinction at the Atlantic Indoor Association meet held at Grassfield High School this past Saturday.  Congratulations Woodgrove Winter Color Guard!

     

    Varsity Indoor Track: Congratulations to Sean Murphy for placing 2nd in High Jump, and Maxine Barnes for taking 5th in Shotput.  Both making the All State title.  Great job!!

     

    Area 51, Woodgroves Comedy/Improv group, is holding auditions this Friday, March 2nd.  No experience is required. If you are interested, please com to room 409 this Friday to audition. Show time, is right after school.

     

    CAMPUS students, turn in permission forms for college visit to Ms. Armel in room 313 or Ms. Warehime in the counseling office ASAP.  Deadline is TODAY for permission forms, first come, first serve as there are limited spots on this trip.

     

    Congratulations to Somerset Peede and Zoe Skrobialowski on their acceptance into the All Virginia Symphony Orchestra!

      

    FEBRUARY 23

    Campus students:  Turn in permission forms for college visits to Ms. Armel in room 313 or Ms. Warehime in the counseling office ASAP.  Deadline is the 26th for permission forms, first come, first serve as there are limited spots on this trip.

     

    The Career Expo for students or recent graduates looking for a job or internship will be held at Tuscarora High School on Saturday, March 10th, from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM.  It is free to attend but you must pre-register at www.leesburgva.gov/careerexpo.

     

    WHAM Radio ... "Woodgrove High Appreciates Music" ... begins today at 2:50 after silent reading on our Twitter page @ Woodgrove Studio.  Sign on and enjoy! 

     

    The German Honors Society will be showing the film, The White Rose, this afternoon at 4:15 in Room L-206.  Thanks to staff and students for their participation in the White Rose Awareness Day yesterday. 

     

    FEBRUARY 22

    Campus students:  Turn in permission forms for college visits to Ms. Armel in room 313 or Ms. Warehime in guidance office ASAP.  Deadline is the 26th for permission forms, first come, first serve as there are limited spots on this trip.

     

    We're All Human will meet today during open lunch in the auditorium. 

     

    Cycling/Outdoor Club will meet at the Pine Grove Exit on the north side of Route 7 at 1:30 PM on Sunday afternoon, February 25th, for our hike to Raven's Rock.  Permission slips are outside of Ms. Pidgeon's room.  All are welcome to join us.

     

    All students taking AP exams: Forms and payments are due in the Counseling office as soon as possible!! See Mrs. Butler if you have any quesions.

     

    There will be a volleyball meeting today, Thursday, Feb. 22nd, at the beginning of open lunch in Room L603.  Anyone trying out next year needs to attend.  Coach Keilty would also like the current senior players to attend. 

     

    The Career Expo for students or recent graduates looking for a job or internship will be held at Tuscarora High School on Saturday, March 10th, from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM.  It is free to attend but you must pre-register at www.leesburgva.gov/careerexpo.

     

    Due to lack of contestants, the 2018 Chilli Cookoff has been cancelled. 

     

    FEBRUARY 21

    The library will be closed after school today.

     

    Campus students:  Turn in permission forms for college visits to Ms. Armel in room 313 or Ms. Warehime in guidance office ASAP.  Deadline is the 26th for permission forms, first come, first serve as there are limited spots on this trip.

     

    Wrestlers:  Please start turning in your gear to Coach Fortney directly. Please had him the uniforms, head gear, and locks directly.  Locks need to be off lockers for spring sports. 

        

    Battle on the Books will meet in the library after school till 6:00 PM on Tuesday and Wednesday this week.

     

    All students taking AP exams: Forms and payments are due in the Counseling office as soon as possible!! See Mrs. Butler if you have any quesions.

     

    There will be a volleyball meeting Thursday, Feb. 22nd during open lunch.  Anyone trying out next year needs to attend.  Coach Keilty would also like the current senior players to attend.

     

    Due to lack of contestants, the 2018 Chilli Cookoff has been cancelled. 

      

    FEBRUARY 20

    Campus students:  Turn in permission forms for college visits to Ms. Armel in room 313 or Ms. Warehime in guidance office ASAP.  Deadline is the 26th for permission forms, first come, first serve as there are limited spots on this trip.

     

    Congratulations to our Woodgrove Winter Drumline and Winter Guard Units.  These fine performing groups competed in the Atlantic Indoor Association Competition at Forest Park High School this past Saturday.  Both groups recieved first place honors at the competition. 

     

    Battle on the Books will meet in the library after school till 6:00 PM on Tuesday and Wednesday this week.

     

    CONGRATULATIONS to the following choir students who made ALL STATE!!  Colleen Clark, who was highest ranked in the county for soprano 1, Kristina Ayers, the first freshman in the history of Woodgrove to make All State and ranked second for soprano 2, Caroline Roden who was ranked 2nd and Savannah Geiger who was ranCked 3rd for Alto 2 and John Burroughs, ranked highest in the county for bass 2. Alternates include Riannon Miller, Calvin Lie, John Wilkerson and Benny Peake.

     

    All students taking AP exams: Forms and payments are due in the Counseling office as soon as possible!! See Mrs. Butler if you have any quesions.

     

    There will be a volleyball meeting Thursday, Feb. 22nd during open lunch.  Anyone trying out next year needs to attend.  Coach Keilty would also like the current senior players to attend.

     

    Congratulations to River Stone for her wonderful performance at Gymnastics States this past Saturday at Heritage.  River placed 8th on vault as well as coming in 8th all around. Great job River!

     

    Congratulations to the Girls' Varsity Swim Team for their excellent performance in States in Richmond over the weekend.  We have several All-State (Top 8 in State) swimmers to recognize:  Senior Hannah Carter, Senior Keely Hemminger, Junior Rita Frie, Sophmore Sarah Frie, Sophmore Sophia Hanson, Sophmore Kameron Jones, Freshman Daphne Bernal and Freshman Elle Pyle.  Senior Ben Piliere was also All-State for our boys' team.  

     

    The Wolverine Wrestling Team competed in the 4A State wrestling tournament this past weekend.  Connor Sisk, Derek Shockey, Drew Oliver and Lincoln Sutphin represented Woodgrove.  All competitors won at least one match and Drew Oliver came up one round short of placing.  Special congratulations goes to Derek Shockey.  Derek finished 5th in a very tough 132 pound weight class.  Derek will leave Woodgrove after earning the second most total wins in a career and was Woodgrove's first 3 time all-state wrestler.  He will represent the Wolverine spirit well as he moves on the wrestle at VMI next year.

     

    Wrestlers:  Please start turning in your gear to Coach Fortney directly. Please had him the uniforms, head gear, and locks directly.  Locks need to be off lockers for spring sports. 

        

    FEBRUARY 16

    Boys Soccer: Try-outs are this Monday, February 19th at 6PM at the Stadium field. Be sure to get your paper work in if you haven't already done so. 

     

    CONGRATULATIONS to the following choir students who made ALL STATE!!  Colleen Clark, who was highest ranked in the county for soprano 1, Kristina Ayers, the first freshman in the history of Woodgrove to make All State and ranked second for soprano 2, Caroline Roden who was ranked 2nd and Savannah Geiger who was ranCked 3rd for Alto 2 and John Burroughs, ranked highest in the county for bass 2. Alternates include Riannon Miller, Calvin Lie, John Wilkerson and Benny Peake.

     

    Senior Class: Capstone questions can be directed to Mrs. King and Ms. Shildneck during 8th block (on B-Days) and 8:30am -9:00am (on A-Days) in the main office lobby. Please swing by our help desk during those times. All paperwork for Capstones is due on Feburary 20th.

     

    NHS is signing up donors for its March 7th blood drive during open lunch this week. If you are at least 16 an eligble donor, please stop by our table.

     

    The Vollyball meeting has been postponed to next Thursday Feb 22nd.

     

    During the week of February 20th, the German Club and German Honor Society will be organizing events throughout the school in order to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the execution of the members of the German resistance group, the White Rose.

     

    FEBRUARY 15

    Boys Soccer: Try-outs are this Monday, February 19th at 6PM at the Stadium field. Be sure to get your paper work in if you haven't already done so.

     

    Senior Class: Capstone questions can be directed to Mrs. King and Ms. Shildneck during 8th block (on B-Days) and 8:30am -9:00am (on A-Days) in the main office lobby. Please swing by our help desk during those times. All paperwork for Capstones is due on Feburary 20th.

      

    NHS is signing up donors for its March 7th blood drive during open lunch this week. If you are at least 16 an eligble donor, please stop by our table.

      

    The Vollyball meeting has been postponed to next Thursday Feb 22nd.

     

    During the week of February 20th, the German Club and German Honor Society will be organizing events throughout the school in order to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the execution of the members of the German resistance group, the White Rose. The White rose was composed of German college students and one professor who lived during Hitler's catastrophic rise to power, and wrote leaflets protesting the actions of the Nazi regime. They were cartured and executed for treason on February 22nd, 1943. 

     

    FEBRUARY 14

    Boys Soccer:  Try-outs are this Monday, February 19th at 6 PM at the Stadium Field.  Be sure to get your paperwork in if you haven't already done so.

     

    Senior Class:  Capstone questions can be directed to Mrs. King and Ms. Shildneck during 8th block on B-days and 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM on A-days in the main office lobby.  Please swing by our help desk during those times! All paperwork for Captstones due Feb. 20th

     

    The Volleyball meeting originally scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 15 has been moved to Thursday, Feb. 22 during open lunch in L603.

     

    All Students taking AP Exams: the forms and money are due to the Guidance Office!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Butler.

     

    Attention Seniors:  Are you interested in a food recovery Senior project? There will be a meeting Friday, February 16 at 2:30 PM in the cafeteria for those interested.

     

    SENIORS: Reminder to parents that Recognition Ads/Baby picture ads for the yearbook must be made and paid by this Thursday on the Jostens Website:  www.jostens.com.

     

    Calling all instrumentalists at WHS! If you are interested in being a part of the Addams Family Pit Orchestra, there is an interest meeting this Thursday @ 4:30 Pm in the strings room (room 805) The instruments we need are: keyboard, Picollo, flute, Clarinet, Alto Sax for reed 1 part; Flute, Clarinet, Tenor Sax, Soprano Sax, Bass Clarinet and reed 2 parts; trumpet, flugelhorn, Trombone, Bass Trombone, Violin, Cello, Guitar, drums and percussion. Please contact Mr. Noland or Mrs. Oakley if you have any questions before the meeting.  

     

    Are you looking for some volunteer hours?  If so, stop by the Career Center today!  Volunteers are needed for the Round Hill Elementary Carnival on Saturday, March 17th.  There are 2 shifts available, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM.  All volunteers recieve a free lunch. Contact Becky Nielsen at beckybessinger@hotmail.com or 703-930-7542.

     

    NHS is signing up donors for its March 7th Blood Drive during open lunch this week.  If you are at least 16 and an elgible donor, please stop by our table.

     

    FEBRUARY 13

    Senior Class:  Capstone questions can be directed to Mrs. King and Ms. Shildneck during 8th block on B-days and 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM on A-days in the main office lobby.  Please swing by our help desk during those times! All paperwork for Captstones due Feb. 20th

     

    The Volleyball meeting originally scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 15 has been moved to Thursday, Feb. 22 during open lunch in L603.

     

    All Students taking AP Exams: the forms and money are due to the Guidance Office!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Butler.

     

    Attention Seniors:  Are you interested in a food recovery Senior project? There will be a meeting Friday, February 16 at 2:30 PM in the cafeteria for those interested.

     

    SENIORS: Reminder to parents that Recognition Ads/Baby picture ads for the yearbook must be made and paid by this Thursday on the Jostens Website:  www.jostens.com.

     

    Calling all instrumentalists at WHS! If you are interested in being a part of the Addams Family Pit Orchestra, there is an interest meeting this Thursday @ 4:30 Pm in the strings room (room 805) The instruments we need are: keyboard, Picollo, flute, Clarinet, Alto Sax for reed 1 part; Flute, Clarinet, Tenor Sax, Soprano Sax, Bass Clarinet and reed 2 parts; trumpet, flugelhorn, Trombone, Bass Trombone, Violin, Cello, Guitar, drums and percussion. Please contact Mr. Noland or Mrs. Oakley if you have any questions before the meeting.  

     

    Are you looking for some volunteer hours?  If so, stop by the Career Center today!  Volunteers are needed for the Round Hill Elementary Carnival on Saturday, March 17th.  There are 2 shifts available, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM.  All volunteers recieve a free lunch. Contact Becky Nielsen at beckybessinger@hotmail.com or 703-930-7542.

     

    NHS is signing up donors for its March 7th Blood Drive during open lunch this week.  If you are at least 16 and an elgible donor, please stop by our table.

     

    We will be recognizing all students who had perfect attendance the first semester.  Students in grades 10-12 who had perfect attendance for the first semester of thsi school year will recieve their receive their recognition pass at the team meetings to be held soon.  The recognition is a pass to leave class 5 minutes early to open lunch. This pass may only be used once at open lunch and must be used by March  23rd.

     

    FEBRUARY  12

    Senior Class:  Capstone questions can be directed to Mrs. King and Ms. Shildneck during 8th block on B-days and 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM on A-days in the main office lobby.  Please swing by our help desk during those times! All paperwork for Captstones due Feb. 20th

     

    There will be a volleyball meeting for all volleyball players, including this year's current seniors) on Thursday, Feb. 15 during open lunch in room L603.

     

    Calling all instrumentalists at WHS! If you are interested in being a part of the Addams Family Pit Orchestra, there is an interest meeting this Thursday @ 4:30 Pm in the strings room (room 805) The instruments we need are: keyboard, Picollo, flute, Clarinet, Alto Sax for reed 1 part; Flute, Clarinet, Tenor Sax, Soprano Sax, Bass Clarinet and reed 2 parts; trumpet, flugelhorn, Trombone, Bass Trombone, Violin, Cello, Guitar, drums and percussion. Please contact Mr. Noland or Mrs. Oakley if you have any questions before the meeting.  

     

    Are you looking for some volunteer hours?  If so, stop by the Career Center today!  Volunteers are needed for the Round Hill Elementary Carnival on Saturday, March 17th.  There are 2 shifts available, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM.  All volunteers recieve a free lunch. Contact Becky Nielsen at beckybessinger@hotmail.com or 703-930-7542.

     

    Regional Indoor Track Meet: Individuals who are moving onto the state meet are Sean Murphy placing 2nd in high jump and 2nd in the 55m sprint, Bill Zach placing 2nd in 55m hurdles, and Maxine Barnes placing 3rd in shotput.  Relay teams advancing to the state meet:  Sean Murphy, Bill Zach, Matt Lanzer, Matt Geier - 3rd in 4x4 which is currently ranked #3 in the state.  Kendall Briscoe, Ahmirah Roberson, Zahra Ghuzlan and Olivia Haller - 3rd in 4x2.  Olivia Haller, Ahmirah Roberson, Kylie Budd, Amanda Loch- 3rd in 4x2.  This Wednesday Bill Zach, Zahra Ghuzlan, David Kratz, Kylie Budd and Gwyneth Forrester compete in long and triple jump to advance to the state meet in those events. Great job!!!

     

    Congratulations to the Lady Swimming Wolverines. It was a fast a furious Regional Meet on Friday night. Freshman Daphne Bernal's first Regional appearance resulted in a new Regional Record AND a gold medal in 100 breast. Senior Rita Frie brought home a gold in 50 free and bronze in the 100 free. Senior Keely Hemminger earned a matching pair of silvers in the 200 & 500 free while Sophomore Sarah Frie swam her way to a silver in the 100 Fly and a bronze in the 200 IM. Senior Hannah Carter swam to a silver in Back. The ladies 200 medley relay including Hannah Carter, Daphne Bernal, Sarah Frie and Ellee Pyle swam to silver breaking the regional record along the way. The 200 free relay swum by Ellee Pyle, Kameron Jones, Keely Hemminger and Rita Frie took home the bronze. The 400 free relay swum by Keely Hemminger, Hannah Carter, Sarah Frie and Rita Frie earned a silver. Although 13 teams deep, Regionals came down to just 2 teams. Congratulations Woodgrove for your runner up performance.

     

    The Boy's Varsity Swim Team had some good news this past Friday at Regionals!  Senior Gage Russello and Sophmore Vincent Turman both earned their spots at States in the 100 breast.  They join Senior Ben Piliere who is swimming 50 & 100 free. Go Woodgrove!!

     

    Congratulations to the Woodgrove Wrestling team on a strong performance at the Regional Tournament this weekend.  After a runner up finish in the Dulles District last weekend, the Wolverines finished in place at the 14 team regional tournament and were the highest finishing Dulles District team.  Special congratulations to the following Wrestlers who finished in the top 4 and qualified for the state tournament:  Drew Oliver, 2nd place, Derek Shockey and Lincoln Sutphin 3rd place and Connor Sisk, 4th place.  The following wrestlers fell just a bit short of qualifying but are alternates in case of injury to any qualifiers this week:  Aiden Fitzwater, Kyle Dant and Ivan Adams all placed 5th.  Great job!!  The state tournament is this Friday and Saturday at Courtland High School in Portsmouth, VA. Qualifiers will leave Thursday morning, so be sure to wish them good luck when you see them!! Also:  Any wrestler who has not picked up their picture packets, please stop by Coach Fortney's room between classes to get them.

     

    Congratulations to the Gymnastics Team for an impressive 2nd place win at regionals on Friday, just 6/10 th's behind Valley.  Unfortunately, the team will not continue to states but Junior River Stone will compete individually in all events next Saturday at Heritage due to first place finishes on every event but floor which she placed 3rd on as well as setting new school records on beam and all around.  Sophmore Jodi Snare placed 5th on vault and beam as well. Congrat girls!

     

    FEBRUARY 9

    Counseling announcement: Students taking Ap Exams - forms and payments are due Friday, February 9 ( that's today!), to the counseling office. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Butler in the counseling office ASAP.

     

    The upcoming visits to the Career Center will be:

    Today, Friday, February 9th United States National Guard at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass! 

     

    Senior Class:  Capstone questions can be directed to Mrs. King and Mrs. Shildneck during 8th block (on B days) and 8:30am - 9am (on A days) in the main lobby.  Please swing by our help desk during those times!  All paperwork for capstone is due Feb. 20th.

     

    Varsity Gymnastics - Come support the Varsity Gymnastics Team today as they take on regionals here at Woodgrove starting at 6:45 p.m. in the main gym. They would love all the support they can get as they compete on home turf.

     

    Attention Wolverines!  We are wising to recognize all students who had perfect attendance for the first semester.  Students in grades 10 - 12 who had perfect attendance for the first semester of this school year will receive their recognition pass in Den time. 9th grade students will receive their recognition pass at team meetings to be held soon.  This is quite an achievement and we wish to thank you for your efforts to be here every day. The recognition is a pass to leave class 5 minutes early to open lunch.  This pass may only be used once at open lunch and must be used by March 23rd.  A special shout out to the 10th grade for having the most students with perfect attendance at 87 students.  9th grade came in a close second with 83 students, followed up by 11th grade with 64 students.  Finally, the seniors had 35 students.  Keep up the great work and we expect to make this recognition quarterly in the future!  Thanks again and way to go!!!!!!

     

    Volleyball Players!  There will be a volleyball meeting for volleyball players (including this year's seniors) on Thursday, February 15, during open lunch in Room L603.

     

    Congratulations to Mrs. Stone's DENtime for winning the 100 DAYS door decorating contest.  They will be rewarded for their efforts next week in the form of ice cream.  Mmm mmm!

     

    Attention Students! STAMP Club is holding a book drive. Please bring in your college guides, SAT/ACT test prep books, and AP test books. Drop them in the boxes in the foyer and outside of room 301. The books will be donated to the Dc education fund. Thank you!

     

    FEBRUARY  8

    Counseling announcement: Students taking Ap Exams - forms and payments are due Friday, February 9 ( that's tomorrow!), to the counseling office. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Butler in the counseling office ASAP.

     

    The upcoming visits to the Career Center will be:

    Friday, February 9th United States National Guard at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass! 

     

    Senior Class:  Capstone questions can be directed to Mrs. King and Mrs. Shildneck during 8th block (on B days) and 8:30am - 9am (on A days) in the main lobby.  Please swing by our help desk during those times!  All paperwork for capstone is due Feb. 20th.

     

    Varsity Gymnastics - Come support the Varsity Gymnastics Team this Friday as they take on regionals here at Woodgrove starting at 6:45 p.m. in the main gym. They would love all the support they can get as they compete on home turf.

     

    Attention Students! STAMP Club is holding a book drive. Please bring in your college guides, SAT/ACT test prep books, and AP test books. Drop them in the boxes in the foyer and outside of room 301. The books will be donated to the Dc education fund. Thank you!

     

    FEBRUARY  6

    Counseling announcement: Students taking Ap Exams - forms and payments are due Friday, February 9 ( that's this Friday!), to the counseling office. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Butler in the counseling office ASAP.

     

    The upcoming visits to the Career Center will be:

    Friday, February 9th United States National Guard at 10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass! 

     

    Attention Students! STAMP Club is holding a book drive. Please bring in your college guides, SAT/ACT test prep books, and AP test books. Drop them in the boxes in the foyer and outside of room 301. The books will be donated to the Dc education fund. Thank you!

     

    Congratulations to the Woodgrove Wrestlers for their runner-up finish at the Dulles District Championships this weekend!  It was an exciting tournament that was back and forth throughout with the Wolverines falling just a bit short in the end.  The team did qualify 10 of the 14 starters for Regionals by placing in the top 4 individually with 2 others placing 5th to be alternates.  Special congratulations to Derek Shockey and Drew Oliver for winning the championships in their weight classes.  Other placers and regional qualifiers were 2nd Place - Connor Sisk , Aiden Fitzwater, Kyle Dant, Lincoln Sutphin,   3rd Place -  Miley Cavallaro, Joe Jovene, AJ Bartling, Ivan Adams.  Nate Rudak and Jeremy Salguero placed 5th and are alternates.  The wrestlers return to action this Friday at the Regional Tournament at Sherando High School.

     

    Wrestling Practice this week - Tuesday afternoon practice may go a little later because Tuscarora will be with us and will probably end between 6:00 and 6:20 p.m.  Wednesday and Thursday will be morning practices.

     

    The Writing Center information meeting is today during DEAR time in the library.  It is for those invited and are interested in attending.

     

    Desserts on Broadway  - Come out to hear Broadway classics performed by our choir department at 7:00 p.m. tonight.  Enjoy a cupcake and some musical theatre!  $5.00 at the door.

     

    The Woodgrove Debate Team had a busy weekend!  We hosted a tournament of 420 debaters/speech students and over 150 judges and coaches.  Thank you to everyone who volunteered to help.  It was an amazing team effrot and the custodial staff was super!  Contratulations to Devin Santikarma who qualified for Metro Finals with his performance.  In addition, 15 team members traveleld to Pennsbury to compete in one of the largest debate tournaments on the east coast.  Congratulations to Nathan Rand who was placed 9th best speaker.  Anthony Cusat advanced to octoFinals.  Congratulations!

     

    February 2

    Counseling announcement: Students taking Ap Exams, please bring in your forms and payments to the counceling office as soon as you can. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Butler in the counseling office.

     

    The Cycling / Outdoor Club hike is scheduled for tomorrow February 3 at 1 PM. Dress in layers and wear sturdy hiking boots. We meet at the Rte. trailhead at the Pine Grove exit. Bring water and a snack. Permission slips are outside of Ms. Pidgeon's room. We will start at 1 pm and be finished by 5 pm. The hike will head north towards Raven Rocks. Any questions may be directed to Ms. Pidgeon or Mr. Brown.

     

    The upcoming visits to the Career Center will be:

    Monday, February 5th Northern Virginia Community College at 10:15 AM

    Friday, February 9th United States National Guardat 10:15 AM

    If you are intrested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass! 

     

    Attention Students! STAMP Club is holding a book drive. Please bring in your college guides, SAT/ACT test prep books, and AP test books. Drop them in the boxes in the foyer and outside of room 301. The books will be donated to the Dc education fund.

     

    The Wolverine wrestlers would like to invite everyone to come to district tournament this weekend at Rock Ridge High School as they make a run at the distict team title and try to qualify as many individals for the regional tournaments as possible. Wrestling begins at 10 but an ideal time to come would be about 1:00 to see the action as the as the tournament advances toward the finalsat around 3:00. It should be a very tight team race and could go down to the last few matches. Our district tournament is held in conjunction with the 5A Potomac District tournament on adjacent mats, so there should be plenty of action. Come root on your Wolverines at Rock Ridge!

     

    FEBRUARY 1

    There is a mandatory NHS meeting during open lunch this Thursday in the auditorium

     

    There will be a mandatory boys tennis meeting in L601 at the beginning of open lunch this THURSDAY.

     

    Upcoming College Visits this week: Thursday, February 1st- United States Army at 9:30 AM and United States Navy at 1:30 PM. If you are interested in attending, you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!

     

    Counseling announcement: Students taking AP Exams, please bring in your forms and payments to the counseling office as soon as you can!! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Butler in the counseling office.

     

    Spring Track is upon us! Anyone intrested in participating in Spring track & field should stop by Coach Staneart's room 202 and pick up information about the upcoming season!

     

    Students who are or have been enrolled in a Family and Consumer Sciences course (that's Fashion Design, Interior Design, Gourmet Foods, Independent Living, Early Childhood 1 & 2 and/or Teacher Cadet) are welcome to join FCCLA. Come by rooom L506 today during Green Clubs and learn about this exciting opportunity. If you have any questions, please see Dr. Curtis.

     

    Students interested in joining Woodgrove's Fashion Club should meet in L506 durning Green Clubs today for an information session and fun workshop! Be a FASHIONISTA! Join us TODAY!

     

    Attention students! STAMP Club is holding a book drive. Please bring in your college guides, SAT/ACT test prep books, and AP test books. Drop them in the boxes in the foyer and outside at room 301. The books will be donated to the DC education fund.

     

    Those Educator Rising members participating in this year's state competition on March 3rd are required to attend today's planning meeting. Please see Dr. Curtis with any questions.

     

    JANUARY 31

    Counseling announcement: Students taking AP Exams, please bring in your forms and payments to the counseling office as soon as you can!! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Butler in the counseling office.

     

    Spring Track is upon us! Anyone interested Spring in participating in Spring track & field should stop by Coach Staneart's room 202 and pick up information about the upcoming season!

     

    There will be a mandatory boys tennis meeting in L601 at the beginning of open lunch this THURSDAY.

     

    The Battle of the Books team will meet Wednesday after school until 6:00 pm in the library.

     

    Varsity Gymnastics: At the district championships last night, the Woodgrove gymnastics team placed 2nd as a team against Loudoun Valley, Loudoun County, Heritage, Dominion, Parkview and Riverside, qualifying the entire team for regionals- held next Friday here at Woodgrove. Sophmore Jodi Snare placed 4th on vault and 5th on beam and Junior River Stone placed 1st on bars, 3rd on floor and set three new school records placing 2nd on beam (9.825), 1st on vault (9.7) and 1st all around (38.25). Congrats girls and good luck at Regionals!

     

    The Freshman Class Council is doing a blanket drive for the homeless from JAN 15 through FEB 2. Each grade has an individual blanket donation box, which is placed in your grade stairwell. Each blanket is worth 25 spirit points for your grade.  All blankets are acceptable and wanted but new are preferred.

     

    100th Day Door Decorating Contest begins this week and ends next Thursday. Decorate your DENtime, classroom or office with 100 somethings. The winners will receive an ice cream party. Flyers were put in staff mailboxes Monday and are posted around the school.

     

    Upcoming College Visits this weekThursday, February 1st- United States Army at 9:30 AM and United States Navy at 1:30 PM. If you are interested in attending, you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!

     

    Those Educator Rising members participating in this year's state competion on March 3rd are required to attend today's planning meeting. Please see Dr. Curtis with any questions.

     

    There is a mandatory NHS meeting during open lunch this Thursday in the auditorium.

     

    There will be a mandatory boys tennis meeting in L601 at the begining of open lunch this Thursday in L601.

     

    JANUARY 30

    Spring Track is upon us! Anyone interested in participating in Spring track & field should stop by Coach Staneart's room 202 and pick up information about the upcoming season!

     

    The Battle of the Books team will meet Wednesday after school until 6:00 pm in the library.

     

    Congratulations to the Woodgrove girls’ Varsity Swim Team’s runner up position at Districts on Saturday. The school's record board for girls' swimming was crushed at Districts with record setting swims including Freshman Daphne Bernal's record in 100 breaststroke, Sophomore Sarah Frie in the 100 Fly and 200 IM meanwhile her sister, Junior Rita Frie, was busy setting records in 50 and 100 Free.  Senior Hannah Carter also set a record, her’s in 100 back while Keely Hemminger broke her own record in the 200 Free. Dropping a whopping 10 seconds Seniors Keely Hemminger and Hannah Carter, Junior Rita Frie and Sophomore Sarah Frie set a new record in the 400 free relay.  In addition, the 200 girls free relay including Freshman Ellee Pyle, Sophomore Kameron Jones, Junior Rita Frie and Senior Keely Hemminger brought the roof down in an exciting finish beating Riverside out to win first place. 

     

    The Woodgrove boys’ Swim Team dropped times like boulders off cliffs. Though no new records were set, the boys added another relay going to States. Led by Seniors Ben Piliere and Gage Russello and joined by Sophomores Vincent Turman and Liam Markey the boys dropped 5 seconds in the 200 Medley Relay. Next in our Championship season is Regionals in Warrenton at the WARF beginning at 8 pm on Friday, February 9, 2018. 

     

    Upcoming College  Visits this week: Thursday, February 1st- United States Army at 9:30 AM;

                                                           Friday, February 2nd- United States Navy at 9:30 AM.

    If you are interested in attending, you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!

     

    100th Day Door Decorating Contest begins this week and ends next Thursday. Decorate your DENtime, classroom or office with 100 somethings. The winners will receive an ice cream party. Flyers were put in staff mailboxes Monday and are posted around the school.

     

    There will be a mandatory boys tennis meeting in L601 at the beginning of open lunch this THURSDAY.

     

    Counseling announcement: Students taking AP Exams, please bring in your forms and payments to the counseling office as soon as you can!! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Butler in the counseling office.

     

    The Freshman Class Council is doing a blanket drive for the homeless from JAN 15 through FEB 2. Each grade has an individual blanket donation box, which is placed in your grade stairwell. Each blanket is worth 25 spirit points for your grade.  All blankets are acceptable and wanted but new are preferred.

     

    LIT MAGAZINE: Still accepting submissions unitl FEB 1st. Submit to either the boxes in library, foyer, or room 301 or google classroom.  It's going to be LIT! Cover Contest: Please submit a work of art with space for a title to our Google Classroom. The winner will receive a Michael's gift card.

     

    JANUARY 26

    Varsity Swim invites you to the District Championship Meet tomorrow, Saturday JAN 27 at Claude Moore. The meet begins at 2 pm. See you at the pool!

     

    Shout out to our school administrators as we celebrate School Administrator's Day! Be sure to give Mr. Shipp, Mr. Panagos, Mr. Keener and Ms. Thompson a high five for all they do for Woodgrove. A big thank you to each of them!

     

    Counseling announcement:  Students if you have not received your PSAT results or your AP Agreement forms please stop by the counseling office as soon as you get a chance.

     

    The Freshman Class Council is doing a blanket drive for the homeless from JAN 15 through FEB 2. Each grade has an individual blanket donation box, which is placed in your grade stairwell. Each blanket is worth 25 spirit points for your grade.  All blankets are acceptable and wanted but new are preferred.

     

    LIT MAGAZINE: Still accepting submissions unitl FEB 1st. Submit to either the boxes in library, foyer, or room 301 or google classroom.  It's going to be LIT! Cover Contest: Please submit a work of art with space for a title to our Google Classroom. The winner will receive a Michael's gift card.

     

    JANUARY 23

    DATA-MATCH surveys will be passed out on Wednesday, January 24th during DENtime. For seniors that have early release and students that are not here on B-days, please go to Ms. Barrett in Room 508 to fill out a survey.  All surveys should be completed by this Friday and results will be announced by the Sophmore Class Council during the week of February 12th.  

     

    Counseling announcement:  Students if you have not received your PSAT results or your AP Agreement forms please stop by the counseling office as soon as you get a chance.  

     

    Any students interested in traveling to Italy in the summer of 2019, please see Ms. Shildneck for information.  An interest meeting will be held Thursday, January 25 at 6:30 PM in L406.

     

    LIT MAGAZINE: We are still taking art and writing submissions through Feb. 1st. Submit to either the boxes in library, foyer, or room 301 or google classroom.  If we get enough submissions its going to be LIT! Cover contest coming soon.

     

    GSA members: The meeting scheduled for tomorrow is cancelled.  See everyone Tuesday, January 30.

    The Freshman Class Council is doing a blanket drive for the homeless from January 15 - February 2.  Each grade has an individual blanket donation box, which are placed in the grade level stairwells.  Each blanket is worth 25 spirit points for your grade.  All blankets are acceptable and wanted but new are preferred.

     

    Stamp Club will be having a meeting today after school in Room 301 from 4-5pm.  We hope to see you there!

     

    Enter Woodgrove's first ever CHILI COOK OFF!  It will be held on February 24th from 11am-1pm. There will be 1 winner for each category which include Classic, Vegetarian, and Beanless. You must register by January 25th.  Registration forms can be found on Woodgrove's Junior Class Council's page. For more information contact Mr. Acquino or Mrs. Leslie. 

    JANUARY 22

    Varsity Swim has completed their dual swim season on a high note by winning their combined meet against Loudoun Valley.  The girls team finished with a commanding lead finishing their dual season with a 6-1 record.  The boys having been plagued by injury and illness had an extremely close meet but ultimately fell against Loudoun Valley finishing their season with a 2 and 5 record.  Now our swimming Wolverines move to the Championship season.

     

    Congratulations to the Wrestling team on its performance this weekend at our Get The Bell Rung Invitational.  The team earned the runner up trophy, finishing 2nd place behind a strong Warren County team in a 9 team field.  Congratulations to Lincoln Sutphin for going 5-0 on the day.  Connor Sisk, Derek Shockey, Aiden Fitzwater and Drew Oliver also had strong performances going 4-1.  We would like to thank all those who came out.  The wrestlers finish their regular season this week with their last conference duals at Riverside on Tuesday against Riverside and Loudoun Valley and then the Bulldog duals next Saturday at Stonebridge. 

    Any students interested in traveling to Italy in the summer of 2019, please see Ms. Shildneck for information.  An interest meeting will be held Thursday, January 25 at 6:30 PM in L406.

     

    LIT MAGAZINE: We are still taking art and writing submissions through Feb. 1st. Submit to either the boxes in library, foyer, or room 301 or google classroom.  If we get enough submissions its going to be LIT! Cover contest coming soon.

     

    GSA members: The meeting scheduled for tomorrow is cancelled.  See everyone Tuesday, January 30.

     

    The Freshman Class Council is doing a blanket drive for the homeless from January 15 - February 2.  Each grade has an individual blanket donation box, which are placed in the grade level stairwells.  Each blanket is worth 25 spirit points for your grade.  All blankets are acceptable and wanted but new are preferred.

     

    The Winter Jacket Classic:  Sophie Hudak, 3rd in 1600 meter run, 4th in the 3200 meter run.  Holly Peterson, Amanda Loch, Ahmirah Roberson, Kylie Budd - 4th in the 4x400 meter relay. Maxine Barnes, 3rd in shotput.  Courtney Frye, 5th in triple jump.  Bill Zach, 4th in 55m high hurdles.  New school records:  Kylie Budd, 1000 meter run. Holly Peterson, Amanda Loch, Ahmirah Roberson, Kylie Budd, 4x400 relay.  Courtney Frye, Zahra Ghuzlan, Olivia Haller, Ahmirah Roberson, 4x200 relay. Ethan Smith, 55 meter sprint. Bill Zach, Triple jump, long jump. Great job Wolverines!! 

     

    JANUARY 19

    Varsity Swim: Come see Woodgrove take on Loudoun Valley tonight at Ida Lee Rec Center.  Meet starts at 9 PM.  There will be state record holders, state qualified and swimmer qualifying for states swimming at the meet.  Swimmers are athletes who have learned that oxygen is overrated. Come see how it's done!!

     

    Congratulations to the gymnastic team for their impressive 1st place win last night at their home meet. Freshman Megan Dunster placed 6th all around  and tied for 4th on vault along with Junior Erin Ramsey who also placed 5th on floor and 5th all around.  Sophmore Jodi Snare placed 2ndon vault, 5th on bars, 2nd on beams, 5th on floor and 2nd all around.  Junior Rive Stone placed 1st on vault, bars, beam and floor with a new school record of a 9.8 on floor. She also placed 1st on all around with a score of 37.4. Congratulations girls and good luck at your upcoming meet this Saturday. 

     

    Any students interested in traveling to Italy in the summer of 2019, please see Ms. Shildneck for information.  An interest meeting will be held, Thursday Jan. 25 at 6:30 in L406.

     

    COLLEGE VISITS:  Monday, January 22nd Jefferson College of Health Sciences at 10:15 AM.

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!

     

    Just a reminder, GSA has moved their meetings to Tuesdays after school beginning January 23rd.  See you at 4:00PM  in room L204. Bring a friend.

     

    Come support your Woodgrove Ice Hockey Team against Tuscarora at 10:40 at the Ashburn Ice House on the east rink.

     

    LIT MAGAZINE: We are still taking art and writing submissions through Feb. 1st. Submit to either the boxes in the library, foyer or Room 301 or google classroom.  If we get enough submissions its gonna be LIT!! A cover contest is coming soon.

     

    Theatre is doing a sign up for tickets for "A Chorus Line" January 26 at 7:00 PM and January 27 at 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM.  If we can get 100 students to sign up for tickets, the Theatre Dept. will slash ticket prices to $5 for students who have signed up.

     

    Attention all NHS members:  Our OPEN LUNCH meeting scheduled for January 18th (this Thursday) has been moved to February 1, open lunch in the auditorium.  

     

    Career Center News:  Are you looking for a career to match your skillset? Then take the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery), a comprehensive career exploration and planning program that includes multiple aptitude tests, an interest inventory, and various career planning tools designed to help students explore the world of work.  Testing will take place Wednesday, January 24th at 9:30 AM here at Woodgrove High School.  If you are interested speak with your Counselor or stop by the Career Center to register.  

     

    The Woodgrove Literary Magazine's deadline for writing and art submissions has been extended to February 1st, 2018.  Being published in the literary magazine looks great on college applications.  Please submit to the Google Classroom or boxes in room 301, the library and main foyer.

     

    The Freshman Class Council is doing a blanket drive for the homeless from January 15 - February 2.  Each grade has an individual blanket donation box, which are placed in the grade level stairwells.  Each blanket is worth 25 spirit points for your grade.  All blankets are acceptable and wanted but new are preferred.  

     

    JANUARY 18

     

    Varsity Swim congratulates Senior Ben Piliere- possibly the fastest person at Woodgrove this year!  Ben is going to his 4th States.  He has qualified in 50 and 100 free as well as the 100 FLY. It is amazing to see him swim because he does not quit!!! Congratulations Ben Piliere!!

     

    Theatre is doing a sign up for tickets for "A Chorus Line" January 26 at 7:00 PM and January 27 at 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM.  If we can get 100 students to sign up for tickets, the Theatre Dept. will slash ticket prices to $5 for students who have signed up.

     

    Attention all NHS members:  Our OPEN LUNCH meeting scheduled for January 18th (this Thursday) has been moved to February 1, open lunch in the auditorium.  

     

    Career Center News:  Are you looking for a career to match your skillset? Then take the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery), a comprehensive career exploration and planning program that includes multiple aptitude tests, an interest inventory, and various career planning tools designed to help students explore the world of work.  Testing will take place Wednesday, January 24th at 9:30 AM here at Woodgrove High School.  If you are interested speak with your Counselor or stop by the Career Center to register.  

     

    The Woodgrove Literary Magazine's deadline for writing and art submissions has been extended to February 1st, 2018.  Being published in the literary magazine looks great on college applications.  Please submit to the Google Classroom or boxes in room 301, the library and main foyer.

     

    The Freshman Class Council is doing a blanket drive for the homeless from January 15 - February 2.  Each grade has an individual blanket donation box, which are placed in the grade level stairwells.  Each blanket is worth 25 spirit points for your grade.  All blankets are acceptable and wanted but new are preferred.  

     

    JANUARY 17

    Varisty Swim congratulates senior Keely Hemminger for the remarkable swim season she is having.  She is going to States for the 4th straight year and has qualified in 50, 100, 200 and 500 Free so far.  Keely is also Woodgrove's first Air Force Academy commited student!  Outstanding, Keely Hemminger, outstanding!!

     

    Theatre is doing a sign up for tickets for "A Chorus Line" January 26 at 7:00 PM and January 27 at 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM.  If we can get 100 students to sign up for tickets, the Theatre Dept. will slash ticket prices to $5 for students who have signed up.

     

    Attention all NHS members:  Our OPEN LUNCH meeting scheduled for January 18th (this Thursday) has been moved to February 1, open lunch in the auditorium.  

     

    There will be a girls tennis interest meeting next Thursday morning, January 18, at 8:45 AM in room 404.  If you are interested in trying-out for the team this spring, you should plan to attend.

     

    Career Center News:  Are you looking for a career to match your skillset? Then take the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery), a comprehensive career exploration and planning program that includes multiple aptitude tests, an interest inventory, and various career planning tools designed to help students explore the world of work.  Testing will take place Wednesday, January 24th at 9:30 AM here at Woodgrove High School.  If you are interested speak with your Counselor or stop by the Career Center to register. 

     

    The Woodgrove Literary Magazine's deadline for writing and art submissions has been extended to February 1st, 2018.  Being published in the literary magazine looks great on college applications.  Please submit to the Google Classroom or boxes in room 301, the library and main foyer.

     

    The Freshman Class Council is doing a blanket drive for the homeless from January 15 - February 2.  Each grade has an individual blanket donation box, which are placed in the grade level stairwells.  Each blanket is worth 25 spirit points for your grade.  All blankets are acceptable and wanted but new are preferred.  

     

    JANUARY 16

    Come support the Varsity Swim Team by eating at Chick Fil-A tonight (Tuesday, January 16) between 5 and 8 PM.  Just mention Woodgrove when you order, either drive thru, carry out or dine in.  Thanks for your support!!

     

    Come support the Varsity Gymnastics team at their HOME MEET this Wednesday, January 17 in the main gym starting at 6:30 PM.  Please come and show your support and enjoy a night of grace and talent!

     

    Congratulations to the Wrestling Team on an outstanding performance at the Judges Invitational at Handley High School this weekend.  The wrestlers made a huge jump in performance between the Hub Cup last weekend and the Judges Invitational.  The team finished in 5th place out of 17 schools.  Top place winners were:  Aiden Fitzwater, 7th place - Lincoln Sutphin, AJ Bartling and Ivan Adams all placing 5th - Connor Sisk, 4th - Drew Oliver, 3rd - Kyle Dant made his first tournament finals and placed 2nd. Derek Shockey was champion in his weight class and won the MOST OUTSTANDING WRESTLING award. Great job guys!! The wrestlers return to action this weekend at home in the Get The Bell Rung Invitational...Come out and check out some of the action!!

     

    Attention all NHS members:  Our OPEN LUNCH meeting scheduled for Jan. 18th (this Thursday) has been moved to February 1, open lunch in the auditorium.  

     

    The Woodgrove Literary Magazine's deadline for writing and art submissions has been extended to February 1st, 2018.  Being published in the literary magazine looks great on college applications.  Please submit to the Google Classroom or boxes in room 301, the library and main foyer.

     

    There will be a girls tennis interest meeting next Thursday morning, January 18, at 8:45 AM in room 404.  If you are interested in trying-out for the team this spring, you should plan to attend.

     

    The Academic Team knocked off the defending state champions but ultimately that wasn't enough as the Scholarly Wolverines finished in third place in the Dulles District Tournament.  The team went 3 and 2 last night, beating Dominion, Park View and County but losing to Valley and Riverside.  The following students represented our school with class, intelligence, and magnanimity:  Darin Avila, Jack Delmonte, Rebecca Faletti, Emily Franklin, Hannah Franklin, Kristina Greene, Dominic Jimeno, Michael McKim, Collin Warner, Sean Whalen.  Congratulations on a fine regular season and good luck next Saturday at your It's Academic taping at the NBC studios in DC.

     

    Debate: Congratulations to Dylan Beckstron, Haley O'Neill, Kristina Green and Madeleine Heffern who participated in the WACFL 4 debate tournament this past weekend at Rock Ridge High School.  The team of Maddie Heffern and Kristina Green posted a 3-1 record. Outstanding performance and congratulations.  

     

    JANUARY 12

    Varsity Swim invites you to Senior Night tomorrow night at our meet against Heritage High School at IDA LEE at 8 PM.  Free Entry. And to our Spirit Night at Chick Fil-A on Tuesday.

      

    Congratulations to the following Woodgrove Band Students for making the District 16 Honor Band.  The following students were selected:  Dani Kimbrough, Riley Fleming, Zoe Skrobialowsky, Nikki Jean, Jessica Stewart, Portia Brunt, and Brook Ritner.  Rylan Pettit was selected as second alternate.  

     

    If you are interested in participating in the Junior Class Chilli Cookoff on Saturday, February 24th, you can get a copy of the flyer and registration form from the main office or outside Mr. Acquino's or Ms. Leslie's room.  See them with any questions.

     

    Career Center News:  Are you looking for a career to match your skillset? Then take the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery), a comprehensive career exploration and planning program that includes multiple aptitude tests, an interest inventory, and various career planning tools designed to help students explore the world of work.  Testing will take place Wednesday, January 24th at 9:30 AM here at Woodgrove High School.  If you are interested speak with your Counselor or stop by the Career Center to register. 

     

    There will be a girls tennis interest meeting next Thursday morning, Jan. 18 at 8:45 AM in room 404.  If you are interested in trying-out for the team this spring, you should plan to attend.

     

     The Woodgrove Literary Magazine's deadline for writing and art submissions has been extended to February 1st, 2018.  Being published in the literary magazine looks great on college applications.  Please submit to the Google Classroom or boxes in room 301, the library, and the main foyer.  

     

    JANUARY 11

    Attention Addams Family Cast:  Please stop by the black box to initial and accept your part and pick up your expectations form and calendar.  Please do this by Friday, January 12.

     

    Congratulations to the wrestling team on a successful evening last night.  They defeated Loudoun County 51-28 and Heritage 49-27.  Special congratulations to our senior wrestlers Derek Shockey, Kyle Dant and Lincoln Sutphin who went 2-0 on the evening.

     

    There will be a girls tennis interest meeting next Thursday morning, Jan. 18 at 8:45 AM in room 404.  If you are interested in trying-out for the team this spring, you should plan to attend.

     

    The Woodgrove Literary Magazine's deadline for writing and art submissions has been extended to February 1st, 2018.  Being published in the literary magazine looks great on college applications.  Please submit to the Google Classroom or boxes in room 301, the library, and the main foyer.  

     

    Woodgrove Track Meet - Wednesday, January 10.  Congratulations to the following: Ethan Smith: 1st in 55m hurdle, Bill Zach: 2nd in 55m Hurdle, 3rd in long jump, 2nd in triple jump, Sean Murphy: 1st in high jump, David Kats: 2nd in long jump, Matt Geier: 3rd in 1000 m, Amiyah Roberson: 2nd in high jump, 1st in 300m, Zara Ghuzlan: 1st in long jump, Kylie Budd: 2nd in long jump, 2nd in 500m, Cournty Frye: 1st in triple jump, Maxine Barnes: 1st in shot put, Mary Schultejans: 3rd in shot put, Holly Peterson: 3rd in 55m hurdle, 2nd in 300m, Sophie Hudak: 1st in one mile, 3rd in 3200m, Olivia Haller: 1st in 500m, Amanda Loch: 3rd in 3200m.  Kylie Budd, Olivia Haller, Genovi Jones, Mariah Wauer: 2nd in 4x800.  Courtney Frye, Zahra Ghuzlan, Olivia Haller, Amira Roberson: 2nd in 4x200.  Kylie Budd, Amanda Loch, Holly Peterson, Amirah Roberson: 2nd in 4x400.  Sean Murphy, Bill Zach, Matt Lanzer, Matt Geier: 1st in 4x400.  

     

    Career Center News:  Are you looking for a career to match your skillset? Then take the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery), a comprehensive career exploration and planning program that includes multiple aptitude tests, an interest inventory, and various career planning tools designed to help students explore the world of work.  Testing will take place Wednesday, January 24th at 9:30 AM here at Woodgrove High School.  If you are interested speak with your Counselor or stop by the Career Center to register.  

     

    If you are interested in participating in the Junior Class Chilli Cookoff on Saturday, February 24th, you can get a copy of the flyer and registration form from the main office or outside Mr. Acquino's or Ms. Leslie's room.  See them with any questions.

     

    JANUARY 10 

    The Academic Team closed out their regular season last night at home, winning 2 of 3 matches.  The Wise Wolverines Vanquished Valley 270-110 and Toppled the Titans 255-130 before dropping a 195-190 nail biter to the Learned Lions of Heritage.  The Sagacious Scholars enter Thursday's District tournament as the number two seed.  Congratulations and best of luck to Darin Avila, Jack Delmonte, Rebecca Faletti, Emily Franklin, Hannah Franklin, Dominic Jimeno, Michael McKim, Collin Warner and Sean Whalen.

     

    The Wrestling Team competed in the prestigious  Hub Cup Tournament in Hagerstown, MD this past weekend.  Congratulations to the following place winners:  Derek Shockey 2nd place, AJ Bartling 3rd place, Drew Oliver and Kyle Dant 5th place and Lincoln Sutphin 6th place.  The team is in action again tonight at Home against Loudoun County and Heritage.  We will be recognizing our seniors tonight promptly at 6:00 PM.  We would like to invite everyone to come out and support the team and our seniors.

     

    Career Center News:  Are you looking for a career to match your skillset? Then take the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery), a comprehensive career exploration and planning program that includes multiple aptitude tests, an interest inventory, and various career planning tools designed to help students explore the world of work.  Testing will take place Wednesday, January 24th at 9:30 AM here at Woodgrove High School.  If you are interested speak with your Counselor or stop by the Career Center to register.  

     

    If you are interested in participating in the Junior Class Chilli Cookoff on Saturday, February 24th, you can get a copy of the flyer and registration form from the main office or outside Mr. Acquino's or Ms. Leslie's room.  See them with any questions.

     

    Congratulations to the gymnastics team for their wins on Saturday at Park View High School.  Junior River Stone placed 2nd on vault, 1st on bars, 4th on beam, 1st on floor and 1st all around. At the meet on Tuesday at Heritage the girls placed first out of 6 teams.  Freshman Meghan Dunster placed 5th on vault, 6th on bars, 4th on beam and 6th all around.  Sophmore Jodi Snare placed 5th on bars, 2nd on beam and 3rd all around and tied for first on vault with Junior River Stone who also placed 1st on bars and beam, 2nd on floor and 1st all around. Congratulations girls, job well done!

     

    JANUARY 9

    Over winter break the Varsity Swim Team was busy competing in 3 meets.  Congratulations to both the boy's and girl's teams for beating Dominion in both of their meets and to the girls for beating Loudoun County in that meet.  Way to go swimming Wolverines!!

     

    Indoor Track:  Maxine Barnes finished 5th place in the Nike Throwdown shot put competition last week out of over 50 athletes from all state classifications.  She was first for all 4A throwers and state qualified for the Indoor Track Championships and set a new indoor shot record for Woodgrove. Congratulations Maxine!!

     

    JANUARY 3

    Attention Battle of the Books TEAM!  The team will meet TODAY after school in the library until 5:30 PM.  Please make arrangements to attend this meeting. 

     

    JANUARY 2

    Happy New Year and welcome back Woodgrove!

     

    DECEMBER 15

    The Academic Team split a pair of matches last night.  They lost a back and forth battle to Heritage 190 to 180 before bouncing back against Park View.  Emily "Montana" Franklin secured the 210-135 victory in the final buzzer round.  The team's record now stands at 5 and 3.  Congratulations to Darin Avila, Jack Delmonte, Rebecca Faletti, Emily Franklin, Hannah Franklin, Michael McKim, Collin Warner and Sean Whalen.  The Scholarly Wolverines will now settle down for a long winter's nap before returning to action in January.

     

     The Ice Hockey team has a game tonight at 9:00 PM at Haymarket Ice Plex on the south rink.

     

    Congratulations to the Gymnastics Team on their first place win last night at Riverside against Dominion, John Champe, Loudoun Valley, Rockridge and Riverside.  Freshman Meghan Dunster placed 8th and all around with a score of 32.6.  Junior Erin Ramsey placed 5th on vault.  Sophmore Jodi Snare placed 3rd on beam and Junior River Stone placed 1st on bars, 2nd on beam, 1st on floor, 1st on vault and 1st all around beating the previous record with an impressive score of 38.075. Congratulations Girls!!

     

    This is a big weekend for Woodgrove Swim Team.  Tonight at 7 PM at Ida Lee Park, Woodgrove swims against Loudoun County.  Tomorrow at 4 PM at Claude Moore, Woodgrove swims against Dominion. 

     

    Will you be taking the SAT or ACT test soon, but do not know which test you should prep for?  Find out by taking the Kaplan's combo practice test.  You'll get to try the content, timing and format of each test, so you can figure out which exam to focus on.  It is being offered right here in the library on Saturday, January 6.  The cost is $20.  For more information and to register for the test, visit the Woodgrove/PTSO website or go to the school's Counseling Office.

     

    DECEMBER 14

    Good luck to the Varsity Gymnastics team as they travel to Riverside today.  Competition starts at 6:30.  We would love any support you can share!  Rock the chalk tonight girls!!

     

    The Academic Team took 2 of 3 matches last night.  They fell to County in the opening match but then knocked off Riverside 230-190, avenging an earlier loss, then beat Heritage in a nail biter, 235-210.  Congratulations to Collin Warner, Darin Avila, Emily Franklin, Hannah Franklin, Jack Delmonte, Michael McKim, Rebecca Faletti and Sean Whalen.  The Scholarly Wolverines return to action tomorrow night at Park View. Great job!!

     

    All those students who planned to attend the Region 4 workshop, it has now moved to January 6th.  If you plan to still attend find Mr. Schutte or Derek Shockey before the week ends.  This is not limited to SCA members only.  If you are interested, please see Mr. Schutte.

     

    Woodgroves Winter Concert by our fabulous chorus will held this evening.  There will be cookies and hot chocolate for everyone and some wonderful holiday music. Come out and support the Woodgrove Chorus!

     

    The Woodgrove girls Varsity Basketball team moved to 4-2 on the year last night with a win over Osbourn.  Madi White led the team in scoring with 14 points.  Jenn Glazebrook and Lily Forrester both contributed with 11 points each as well. Great job girls

     

    The school store will be open this evening from 5:30 - 8:30 PM during the boys basketball game. 

     

    Will you be taking the SAT or ACT test soon, but do not know which test you should prep for?  Find out by taking the Kaplan's combo practice test.  You'll get to try the content, timing and format of each test, so you can figure out which exam to focus on.  It is being offered right here in the library on Saturday, January 6.  The cost is $20.  For more information and to register for the test, visit the Woodgrove/PTSO website or go to the school's Counseling Office.

     

    DECEMBER 11

    College Visits This week:

    Tuesday, Dec. 12th  US Marine Corp  10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

    Football Players:  Speed training forms are in the Weight Room.

     

     

    DECEMBER 8

    The WE THE PEOPLE event  at Woodgrove tomorrow has been canceled.  This event will not be rescheduled.

     

    The TRACK MEET scheduled for tomorrow at Battlefield has been canceled.  

     

    Your Woodgrove Ice Hockey team has a game tonight.  The game is at 10:40 at the Ashburn Ice House at the east rink.

     

    Congratulations to the Varsity Gymnastics team for placing 2nd at their first meet of the season at Loudoun Valley.  Callie Davidson placed 6th on the bars, Meghan Dunster placed 6th on the vault, Erin Ramsey placed 5th on the beam, 5th on floor and 5th all-around with a score or 31.750.  Jodi Snare place 5th on beam, River Stone placed 1st on bars, 1st on beam, 1st on floor, 1st on vault and first all-around with a score of 37.075.  The team place second overall with a combined score score of 131.875. Congrats girls.

     

    The Academic Team split a pair of matches last night, falling to Riverside before bouncing back and beating Valley in their season opener.  Collin Warner, Jack Delmonte, Rebecca Faletti, and Darin Avila combined to shut Valley out in the first round by a score of one hundred fifty to negative five!  Hannah Franklin, Michael McKim and Emily Franklin joined them in the later rounds to compete the beat down.  The team will practice after school on Monday and then travel to Heritage on Tuesday, Parkview on Thursday. 

     

    DECEMBER 7

    Monroe Shadow Day Reminder:  On Friday, December 8th, participants need to report directly to the Auditorium by 8:45 AM for attendance.  We will be leaving promptly at 9:00 AM to load on the buses.  Please make sure to leave your book bag in your locker. FORMS ARE DUE TODAY!!

     

    SOL TESTING continues on Friday morning with testing in history.  If you missed testing this week, SOL makeups will be on Monday morning in L514.

     

    Mu Alpha Theta is sponsoring a problem of the month.  You can find it on the bulletin board at the end of the L400 hallway.  Answer the problem correctly and you will be entered into a drawing for a graphing calculator.  The drawing will be held during Math Awareness Month in April.

     

    College Visits This Month:

    Friday, Dec. 8th   National Guard  10:15 AM

    Tuesday, Dec. 12th  US Marine Corp  10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

    The Woodgrove School Store will be holding its annual Holiday Open House on December 14th, from 6-8 PM.  Stop by to pick up your holiday gifts and enjoy some holiday cookies with our friendly staff. The boys basketball team is playing Spring Mills High School that night, so make sure to swing by room 401 and get your Woodgrove gear!

     

    DECEMBER 6

    Monroe Shadow Day Reminder:  On Friday, December 8th, participants need to report directly to the Auditorium by 8:45 AM for attendance.  We will be leaving promptly at 9:00 AM to load on the buses.  Please make sure to leave your book bag in your locker.

      

    Today is match day!  Come out and support the wrestling team as they take on James Wood.  JV will start at 6 PM and Varsity at 7 PM.  There will be a rules exclamation before the Varsity match.  We would like to see a BIG crowd there to support the team!

     

    Battle of the Books: Battle of the Books will meet Wednesday after school till 5:00PM NOT 5:30PM

     

    SOL testing Continues this week.

     

    Auditions for The Addams Family are Thursday, Dec. 7 from 4-6 PM  in the Black Box.  Callbacks are Friday Dec. 8 from 4-6 PM.  Audition packets in the Black Box.  Questions? See Mr. Noland.

     

    Adapted PE Field Day is coming Friday, Dec. 8 2017.  Partners Club, Varsity Club and Athlete to Athlete Club, please sign up in front of room L511.  This is a great opportunity to volunteer.

     

    Attention NEW NHS members:  We have a MANDATORY meeting during open lunch this Thursday, December 7th in the auditorium.  Any current members looking to volunteer for the induction ceremony must attend as well.  See Ms. Shildneck or Mrs. Elbaum with quesitons.

     

    Mu Alpha Theta is sponsoring a problem of the month.  You can find it on the bulletin board at the end of the L400 hallway.  Answer the problem correctly and you will be entered into a drawing for a graphing calculator.  The drawing will be held during Math Awareness Month in April.

     

    The Woodgrove School Store will be holding its annual Holiday Open House on December 14th, from 6-8 PM.  Stop by to pick up your holiday gifts and enjoy some holiday cookies with our friendly staff. The boys basketball team is playing Spring Mills High School that night, so make sure to swing by room 401 and get your Woodgrove gear!

     

    The first Varsity Gymnastics meet is coming up this Thursday and Loudoun Valley High School.  The gymnastics team will be competing against teams from Valley, John Champe, Riverside, Stone Bridge, and Tuscarora at 6:30 PM.  Come support your team!

     

    College Visits This Month:

    Friday, Dec. 8th   National Guard  10:15 AM

    Tuesday, Dec. 12th  US Marine Corp  10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

    DECEMBER 5

    Battle of the Books: Battle of the Books will meet Wednesday after school till 5:00PM NOT 5:30PM

     

    SOL testing Continues this week.

     

    Auditions for The Addams Family are Thursday, Dec. 7 from 4-6 PM  in the Black Box.  Callbacks are Friday Dec. 8 from 4-6 PM.  Audition packets in the Black Box.  Questions? See Mr. Noland.

     

    Adapted PE Field Day is coming Friday, Dec. 8 2017.  Partners Club, Varsity Club and Athlete to Athlete Club, please sign up in front of room L511.  This is a great opportunity to volunteer.

     

    Attention NEW NHS members:  We have a MANDATORY meeting during open lunch this Thursday, December 7th in the auditorium.  Any current members looking to volunteer for the induction ceremony must attend as well.  See Ms. Shildneck or Mrs. Elbaum with quesitons.

     

    Mu Alpha Theta is sponsoring a problem of the month.  You can find it on the bulletin board at the end of the L400 hallway.  Answer the problem correctly and you will be entered into a drawing for a graphing calculator.  The drawing will be held during Math Awareness Month in April.

     

    The Woodgrove School Store will be holding its annual Holiday Open House on December 14th, from 6-8 PM.  Stop by to pick up your holiday gifts and enjoy some holiday cookies with our friendly staff. The boys basketball team is playing Spring Mills High School that night, so make sure to swing by room 401 and get your Woodgrove gear!

     

    The first Varsity Gymnastics meet is coming up this Thursday and Loudoun Valley High School.  The gymnastics team will be competing against teams from Valley, John Champe, Riverside, Stone Bridge, and Tuscarora at 6:30 PM.  Come support your team!

     

    College Visits This Month:

    Friday, Dec. 8th   National Guard  10:15 AM

    Tuesday, Dec. 12th  US Marine Corp  10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

    December 4

    Battle of the Books: Battle of the Books will meet Wednesday after school till 5:00PM NOT 5:30PM

     

    SOL testing begins this week.

     

    Auditions for The Addams Family are Thursday, Dec. 7 from 4-6 PM  in the Black Box.  Callbacks are Friday Dec. 8 from 4-6 PM.  Audition packets in the Black Box.  Questions? See Mr. Noland.

     

    Adapted PE Field Day is coming Friday, Dec. 8 2017.  Partners Club, Varsity Club and Athlete to Athlete Club, please sign up in front of room L511.  This is a great opportunity to volunteer.

     

    Attention NEW NHS members:  We have a MANDATORY meeting during open lunch this Thursday, December 7th in the auditorium.  Any current members looking to volunteer for the induction ceremony must attend as well.  See Ms. Shildneck or Mrs. Elbaum with quesitons.

     

    Mu Alpha Theta is sponsoring a problem of the month.  You can find it on the bulletin board at the end of the L400 hallway.  Answer the problem correctly and you will be entered into a drawing for a graphing calculator.  The drawing will be held during Math Awareness Month in April.

     

    The Woodgrove School Store will be holding its annual Holiday Open House on December 14th, from 6-8 PM.  Stop by to pick up your holiday gifts and enjoy some holiday cookies with our friendly staff. The boys basketball team is playing Spring Mills High School that night, so make sure to swing by room 401 and get your Woodgrove gear!

     

    The first Varsity Gymnastics meet is coming up this Thursday and Loudoun Valley High School.  The gymnastics team will be competing against teams from Valley, John Champe, Riverside, Stone Bridge, and Tuscarora at 6:30 PM.  Come support your team!

     

    College Visits This Month:

    Friday, Dec. 8th   National Guard  10:15 AM

    Tuesday, Dec. 12th  US Marine Corp  10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

     

     DECEMBER 1

    Come out and support your Woodgrove Ice Hockey team.  Puck drops at 9:40 PM tonight  at Prince William Ice Center.

     

    SOL TESTING begins on Monday, December 4th.  If you are scheduled to test in Algebra I or Reading II be sure to report for testing on Monday morning at 9:10 AM.  

     

    College Visits This Month:

    FRIDAY   December 8th  National Guard  10:15 AM

    TUESDAY   December 12th  US Marine Corp  10:15 AM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through NAVIANCE and print your pass.

     

    Adapted PE Field Day is coming Friday, December 8, 2017.  Partners Club, Varsity Club and Athlete to Athlete Club please sign up in front of room L511.  This is a great opportunity to volunteer.

     

    NOVEMBER 30

    The winner of the Poetry Out Loud Competition is Maryam Kahn.  She will be representing Woodgrove in the Regional Competition in January.  Awesome job Maryam!

     

    We're all human wants your art work!! Have you ever wanted your artwork on the desktops at school?  Send your fabulous art work to WAHWoodgrove@gmail.com. Click send by next Friday, December 8th  to get your first debut! 

     

    Adapted PE Field Day is coming Friday, Dec. 8th.  Partners Club, Varsity Club and Athlete to Athlete Clubs: Please sign up in front of Room L511.  This is a great opportunity to volunteer!!

     

    Students if you are registered for the upcoming Monroe Advance Technical Academy Shadow Day make sure to turn in your completed field trip form to Mrs. Sutphin in the Career Center by Friday, December 1st in order to participate.

     

    DECA:  Everyone going on the CAPS field trip with DECA, there will be a mandatory meeting  Friday morning, December 1 at 8:30 AM in Mr. Carpers room.

     

    NOVEMBER 29

    Students if you are registered for the upcoming Monroe Advance Technical Academy Shadow Day make sure to turn in your completed field trip form to Mrs. Sutphin in the Career Center by Friday, December 1st in order to participate.

     

    Literary Magazine: It's not too late to join!  We meet this Thursday - See Mrs. Pyle in room 301 for details.

     

    DECA:  Everyone going on the CAPS field trip with DECA, there will be a mandatory meeting  Friday morning, December 1 at 8:30 AM in Mr. Carpers room.

     

    NOVEMBER 28

    The Woodgrove School Store will be holding its annual Holiday Open House on December 14th, from 6-8 PM. Stop by to pick up your holiday gifts and enjoy some holiday cookies with our friendly staff. The boys basketball team is playing Spring Mills High School that night, so make sure to swing by room 401 and get your Woodgrove gear before showing up to support your Wolverines before the holidays! This would be a perfect time to pick up a great gift for that special Wolverine in YOUR life.

     

    Students if you are registered for the upcoming Monroe Advance Technical Academy Shadow Day make sure to turn in your completed field trip form to Mrs. Sutphin in the Career Center by Friday, December 1st in order to participate.

     

    Literary Magazine: It's not too late to join!  We meet this Thursday - See Mrs. Pyle in room 301 for details.

     

    This weeks College Visits:

    Wednesday, November 29th  Winthrop University at 10:15 AM.  If you are interested in attending you must sign up trhough Naviance and print your pass. 

     

    Come out and support the Woodgrove Latin Club at Chick-fil-a on Tuesday, November 28th from 5-8 PM.  Let them know you are there to support the Latin Club and we will receive 15% of sales.

     

    Woodgrove Astronomy Club:  If you plan on going with us to see Star Wars at Cobb Theatre on Monday, December 18th, please bring $10 this Wednesday.  The money will be collected during the DEN time meeting.  

     

    NOVEMBER 27

    Congratulations to the following Woodgrove students who placed in the top three in one or more events at the Virginia Classical League Convention.  Rebecca Faletti, Ranger Kasdorf, Matt Renner, Hunter Hurt, Caitlin Williams, Erika Berlik, and Lizzie Clark.  Special Congratulations to Lizzie Clark who won the Mary Julia Pomfrey Award as the top scoring graphic arts student, placing in 13 different events and winning 6 of them.

     

    This weeks College Visits:

    Wednesday, November 29th  Winthrop University at 10:15 AM.

     If you are interested in attending you must sign up trhough Naviance and print your pass. 

     

    Come out and support the Woodgrove Latin Club at Chick-fil-a on Tuesday, November 28th from 5-8 PM.  Let them know you are there to support the Latin Club and we will receive 15% of sales.

     

    NOVEMBER 21

    Attention Athlete 2 Athlete members:  If you plan on volunteering at the Adaptive PE Field Day on Dec. 8 from 9-12, stop by Mrs. Barrett;s room (508) to pick up a permission form.  It needs to be signed by your 1st and 2nd period teachers and turned back in by Dec. 1st.

     

    Congratulations to Meghan Cleary and Maddie Erb on their selection to the Volleyball ALL-REGION second team!

     

    Woodgrove Boys LAX is holding team training on Monday and Wednesday @ 4PM.  This training is required for tryouts in February.

     

    NOVEMBER 20 

    Want to learn more about ROTC at Virginia Tech?  Former Woodgrove student Brittany Burke, will be outside the School Counseling office during 1st, 2nd and 3rd lunch shifts on Tuesday, November 21st.  Stop by and see her!!

     

    Attention Athlete 2 Athlete members:  If you plan on volunteering at the Adaptive PE Field Day on Dec. 8th from 9-12, stop by Mrs. Barrett's room (508) to pick up a permission form. It needs to be signed by your 1st and 2nd block teachers and turned back in by Dec. 1st.

     

    Upcoming College Visits this week: 


    Monday, November 20th Virginia Military Institute at 9:30 AM         November 21st  US Naval Academy at 1:00 PM and US Military Academy at 2:30 PM   If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.

    Woodgrove Boys LAX is holding team training on Monday and Wednesday at 4PM.  This training is required for tryouts in February.

     

    NOVEMBER 17 

    The Ice Hockey team has a game tonight.  Puck drops at 9:00PM at Haymarket Icepiex (south rink)

     

    Attention members of Sigma Pi Sigma: Our next meeting will be on November 28th during DEN time.  ALL members must attend. See Dr. Bhatta for a pass.

     

    Please check LOST AND FOUND tables outside of the cafeteria.  Any items left over will be donated to a local charity at the end of the week. If it is missing, you might want to stop by!!

     

    NEXT WEEKS COLLEGE VISITS:

    Monday, November 20th:  Virginia Military Institute at 9:30 AM  Tuesday, November 21st:  US Naval Academy at 1:00PM & US Military Academy at 2:30                     If you are interested in attending, you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!

     

    NOVEMBER 16

    Please check LOST AND FOUND tables outside of the cafeteria.  Any items left over will be donated to a local charity at the end of the week. If it is missing, you might want to stop by!!

     

    If you need some extra points to begin second quarter or if you are in the ASL Club come to movie night Thursday 11/16 at 6:30 PM, room L204.  There will be snacks!

     

    Attention NHS Candidates who submitted an application:  There are letters that have NOT been picked up from Ms. Shildneck.  Appeals are due Thursday at 4PM. See Ms. Shildneck in L406 with any questions. 

     

    NOVEMBER 15 

    If you need some extra points to begin second quarter or if you are in the ASL Club come to movie night Thursday 11/16 at 6:30 PM, room L204.  There will be snacks!

    Attention NHS Candidates who submitted an application:  There are letters that have NOT been picked up from Ms. Shildneck.  Appeals are due Thursday at 4PM. See Ms. Shildneck in L406 with any questions. 

     

    November 13 

    Attention Wolverines! Upcoming college visits will be:

    Monday, November 13th -  Bridgewater College at 9:30 a.m. and Bridgton Academy at 2:30 p.m.

    Tuesday, November 14th - US Marine Corps at 10:15 a.m. 

    If you are interested please sign up through naviance and print your pass.

     

    Attention Fine Arts students!  Cookie dough pick-up is today in the band room between 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.  Students can take small orders home with them on the bus.  There is no way to store the frozen cookie dough overnight, so please make sure to pick it up.

     

    Girls Lacrosse Interest Meeting, Tuesday, November 14th, in the library right after school, for any player interested in trying out this February.  Meeting will be followed by NIL signing ceremony for Eillie and Caroline Earnshaw.  Parents are welcome to attend.

     

    If you need some extra points to begin second quarter or if you are in the ASL Club, come to movie night Thursday, November 16 at 6:30 p.m. in room L204. There will be snacks! 

     

    STAMP is hosting an Islam Q & A session to discuss stigmas surrounding Islam and answer questions regarding extremist ideologies.  It will take place tomorrow during Den Time.  You must have a pass from Mrs. Pyle in room 301 or Mrs. Mulloy in room 200 to attend.  Bring your friends and questions.  We hope to see you there.

     

    The WHS Girls Varsity Basketball Team will be playing Stonebridge at the Capital One Arena on January 13 at 1 p.m. Tickets can be purchased for $29.00 which include the Wizards game that night, too.  Please see Coach Coon for ordering details and come out and support the lady Wolverines!

     

    Attention  NHS candidates who submitted an application!  There are letters that have not been picked up from Ms. Shildneck.  Appeals are due Thursday by 4:00 p.m.  See Ms. Shildneck in L406 with any questions.

     

    Football meeting for anyone interested in playing next year - Wednesday morning at 8:40, November 15th, in the weight room.

     

    Woodgrove had an IMPRESSIVE 38 delegates make district chorus this year and five alternates!  Only a small percentage of students who audition are accepted out of all 15 high schools in Loudoun County.  Congratulations!

     

    Please go to Chipotle in Leesburg this Wednesday, November 15th, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. to support the Woodgrove G.S.A. Be sure to tell them you are there for G.S.A. Your support is appreciated!

     

    Congratulations to Sophie Hudak and Rylan Pettit.  Both had fantastic races on Friday at the VHSL State Cross Country Championship.  Despite cold and windy conditions, Sophie finished with an impressive time of 19:55 earning her 20th place among the women.  Rylan earned an All-State position for the second year in a row with a 9th place finish and a time of 16:17.  Great job, Sophie and Rylan!  You represented Woodgrove Cross Country very well!

     

    Mu Alpha Theta will be meeting on Tuesday 11/14 at 8:30 in L402.  The math league contest will also be on 11/14 at 8:00-8:30. T-shirts are in and will be given out at the meeting.  Turn in your 1st quarter tutoring logs in L402.

    November 10

    Varsity Gymnastics tryouts will be from 5:45-7:45 PM on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday November 8-10.  Come to the aux gym with proper attire and make sure all your forms are turned in already.  Hope to see you there.

    Mu Alpha Theta will be meeting on Tuesday 11/14 at 8:30 in L402.  The math league contest will also be on 11/14 at 8:00-8:30. T-shirts are in and will be given out at the meeting.  Turn in your 1st quarter tutoring logs in L402.

    November 8                                                                                                                                                    

    Auditions for Dancing at Lughnasa will be held Thursday, Nov. 9 after school from 4-6 in the Black Box. Questions? See Mr. Noland.

    Students who attended the STAMP club movie night are invited to come to room 301 Friday morning for donuts and discussion. See you at 8:40 AM on Friday!

    Attention Academic Team Scholars.  In addition to Thursday's club practice, we will also practice after school on Thursday in the library.

    Partners Club:  This is our "Month of Giving" meeting. We will be meeting Thursday, Nov. 9th. Please bring a canned food or a non-perishable item to the meeting. We will be donating to a local food bank.  See you then!

    Attention current NHS members, our NOVEMBER meeting is THIS THURSDAY during open lunch in the auditorium.  See Mrs. Elbaum, Ms. Shildneck or a NHS officer with any questions or concerns.

    Varsity Gymnastics tryouts will be from 5:45-7:45 PM on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday November 8-10.  Come to the aux gym with proper attire and make sure all your forms are turned in already.  Hope to see you there.

    Next weeks college visits will be: 
    Wednesday, November 8th University of Mary Washington at 10:15 AM & if you want to learn more about the Monroe Advanced Technical Academy come to the Info Session at 2:30 PM
    Thursday, November 9th Shippensburg University at 2:30 PM
    Friday, November 10th US Army National Guard at 10:15 AM
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!

    November 3                                                                                                                                Audition packets for Dancing at Lughnasa are available in the Black Box - auditions will be Thursday, November 9 from 4-6 in the black box.

    Varsity Gymnastics tryouts will be from 5:45-7:45 PM on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday November 8-10.  Come to the aux gym with proper attire and make sure all your forms are turned in already.  Hope to see you there.

    Next weeks college visits will be:
    Wednesday, November 8th University of Mary Washington at 10:15 AM & if you want to learn more about the Monroe Advanced Technical Academy come to the Info Session at 2:30 PM
    Thursday, November 9th Shippensburg University at 2:30 PM
    Friday, November 10th US Army National Guard at 10:15 AM
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!

    Our  annual "Pack the Pickup" fall food drive is this Friday at Valley! Imagine the many lives we can impact if everyone attending the game can bring in one can of food! Imagine if we all brought TWO!! Let's beat Valley and overfill the pick-up!

    SENIORS: The NOVA Pathways Applications are DUE to your counselor by Thursday, November 9th.  If you need an application form stop by the School Counseling office of speak with your counselor.

    Winter Sports Season starts on Monday, November 6th. All athletic paperwork must be turned in to the Athletic Department prior to the start date.

    Wrestling season begins next Tuesday, Nov. 7.  Anyone interested in wrestling should stop by Coach Fortneys room (room 503) Also, there is information on the school athletic website.

    November 2                                                                                                                                             The boys and girls Cross Country teams competed in the regional meet yesterday.  The girls team finished their season, placing 5th, the team was led by Sophie Hudak who placed 7th and will be moving on to the state meet, followed by Shelby Kostal placing 22nd, Ezzie Byrd, Audrey Warner, Genovi Jones, Kylie Budd, and Callie Junker.  The boys team placed 7th and was led by Rylan Pettit who placed 3rd and will be competing in the state meet, followed by Frank Ricker placing 27th, Jack Cohen, Eric Nelson, Kevin Payne, Matt Renner, and Collin Warner.  Great season Woodgrove!                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Our  annual "Pack the Pickup" fall food drive is this Friday at Valley! Imagine the many lives we can impact if everyone attending the game can bring in one can of food! Imagine if we all brought TWO!! Let's beat Valley and overfill the pick-up!

    SENIORS: The NOVA Pathways Applications are DUE to your counselor by Thursday, November 9th.  If you need an application form stop by the School Counseling office of speak with your counselor.

    This week's college visits will be
    Monday, October 30th George Mason University at 10:15 AM & College of William & Mary at 11:30 AM 
    Wednesday, November 1st Colby-Sawyer College at 9:30 AM
    Thursday, November 2nd University of Cincinnati at 9:30 AM & at 2:30 PM Mrs. Kelly will be presenting on how to attend an out-of-state school at an in-state tuition rate.
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!

    Winter Sports Season starts on Monday, November 6th. All athletic paperwork must be turned in to the Athletic Department prior to the start date.

    Wrestling season begins next Tuesday, Nov. 7.  Anyone interested in wrestling should stop by Coach Fortneys room (room 503) Also, there is information on the school athletic website.

    Come out and see Static this Thursday, Nov. 2nd at 7:00PM. This one act play is an abstract look at dementia from inside the thoughts of a patient. Tickets are $5, come out and support the arts!

    November 1                                                                                                                                  Our  annual "Pack the Pickup" fall food drive is this Friday at Valley! Imagine the many lives we can impact if everyone attending the game can bring in one can of food! Imagine if we all brought TWO!! Let's beat Valley and overfill the pick-up!

    Athlete2Athlete is having a meeting during OPEN lunch on Thursday in room 508.  We are preparing for our first event that is happening this Saturday.  If you plan on participating, make sure you have turned in your dues and permission form.  If not, bring them to the meeting.

    Global Ambassadors Club will be meeting tomorrow during open lunch.  Anyone wishing to join the club, please join us in Room 311. We will be selecting club officers.

    SENIORS: The NOVA Pathways Applications are DUE to your counselor by Thursday, November 9th.  If you need an application form stop by the School Counseling office of speak with your counselor.

    This week's college visits will be
    Monday, October 30th George Mason University at 10:15 AM & College of William & Mary at 11:30 AM 
    Wednesday, November 1st Colby-Sawyer College at 9:30 AM
    Thursday, November 2nd University of Cincinnati at 9:30 AM & at 2:30 PM Mrs. Kelly will be presenting on how to attend an out-of-state school at an in-state tuition rate.
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!

    Winter Sports Season starts on Monday, November 6th. All athletic paperwork must be turned in to the Athletic Department prior to the start date.

    Wrestling season begins next Tuesday, Nov. 7.  Anyone interested in wrestling should stop by Coach Fortneys room (room 503) Also, there is information on the school athletic website.

    Come out and see Static this Thursday, Nov. 2nd at 7:00PM. This one act play is an abstract look at dementia from inside the thoughts of a patient. Tickets are $5, come out and support the arts!

    Any student interested in joing the staff of the literary magazine should attend a meeting Thursday, November 2nd at 8:30 AM in Mrs. Pyle's room, 301.  The lit mag staff selects writing and art for a magazine to be published in the spring. 

    October 31                                                                                                                                      Our  annual "Pack the Pickup" fall food drive is this Friday at Valley! Imagine the many lives we can impact if everyone attending the game can bring in one can of food! Imagine if we all brought TWO!! Let's beat Valley and overfill the pick-up!

    Auditions for the Theatre Departments one day show - Once Upon a Time - A night with your favorite princes and princesses will be held today in the black box from 4-6.  Bring your best Jasmine or Belle rendition with you! If  you have any questions or need an alternate audition time, see Mr. Noland.

    SENIORS: The NOVA Pathways Applications are DUE to your counselor by Thursday, November 9th.  If you need an application form stop by the School Counseling office of speak with your counselor.

    This week's college visits will be
    Monday, October 30th George Mason University at 10:15 AM & College of William & Mary at 11:30 AM 
    Wednesday, November 1st Colby-Sawyer College at 9:30 AM
    Thursday, November 2nd University of Cincinnati at 9:30 AM & at 2:30 PM Mrs. Kelly will be presenting on how to attend an out-of-state school at an in-state tuition rate.
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!

    Winter Sports Season starts on Monday, November 6th. All athletic paperwork must be turned in to the Athletic Department prior to the start date.

    Any student interested in joing the staff of the literary magazine should attend a meeting Thursday, November 2nd at 8:30 AM in Mrs. Pyle's room, 301.  The lit mag staff selects writing and art for a magazine to be published in the spring. 

    October 30 

    Good Luck to  our Varsity Volleyball team tonight!  They host Riverside in the first round of the district tournament.  Game time is 7:00PM. Hope to see you there!

    Our  annual "Pack the Pickup" fall food drive is this Friday at Valley! Imagine the many lives we can impact if everyone attending the game can bring in one can of food! Imagine if we all brought TWO!! Let's beat Valley and overfill the pick-up!

    The Marching Wolverines traveled to Patriot High School in Nokesville this past weekend to participate in the Virginia Band Director's Association marching band assessment. The marching band put on one of their best performances all season and received a Superior Rating. A rating of superior is the highest award given to marching bands at this event. Congratulations, Woodgrove Marching Wolverines!

    SENIORS: The NOVA Pathways Applications are DUE to your counselor by Thursday, November 9th.  If you need an application form stop by the School Counseling office of speak with your counselor.

    This week's college visits will be:
    Monday, October 30th George Mason University at 10:15 AM & College of William & Mary at 11:30 AM
    Wednesday, November 1st Colby-Sawyer College at 9:30 AM
    Thursday, November 2nd University of Cincinnati at 9:30 AM & at 2:30 PM Mrs. Kelly will be presenting on how to attend an out-of-state school at an in-state tuition rate.
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!

    Winter Sports Season starts on Monday, November 6th. All athletic paperwork must be turned in to the Athletic Department prior to the start date.

    Any student interested in joing the staff of the literary magazine should attend a meeting Thursday, November 2nd at 8:30 AM in Mrs. Pyle's room, 301.  The lit mag staff selects writing and art for a magazine to be published in the spring. 

    October 27                                                                                                                                  Freshman Volleyball:Woodgrove lost to Valley 29-27 26-24 16-14. In the opening match against Valley Gretchen Nagle set the tone of the game with an incredible dive to win the point. Anna Lockhart and Jaime Prack's leadership on the court steered them through a tight three set match. The offense was led by Riley Catellano, Kayleigh Grady and the surprise back row attacks of Katie Culp.The wall of woodgrove was put up last night by Lexi rovang, Riley Castellano, Abigail Sunberg  and Brielle Borvansky. Any hits that made it past the wall were quickly defended by Katie Culp,Stephanie HAak, Meghan Fewell  Logan Johnson and Ryan Wright.It was an incredible shared with an amazing group that came out to support us. Thank you for an incredible season!

    Congratulations to the Varsity Volleyball team on their win over Loudoun Valley last night!  It was a tremendous win!  Coach Keilty would like to thank all the students and staff who attended the match las evening as well as the tremendously talented choir.  We hope to see everyone Monday night @ 7 PM here vs. Riverside.

     
    October 26
    The Woodgrove Outlander has arrived! Get your copy of the school newspaper today! You can get copies from any newspaper staff member, from your teachers or from room 609.  
    Congratulations to the newspaper staff! They were notified that last year's newspapers were awarded a first place designation in the state.  The staff recieved excellent ratings in all areas, including reporting, writing design and business management. Congratulations! 
     
    Share and Shop is this Saturday Oct. 28 and Mrs. Jones is in need of volunteers to help with set-up and work the sale.  Volunteers are needed on Friday, Oct. 27th from 3-7 PM and Saturday, Oct. 28th from
    7:30 AM -12:30 PM.  Sign up sheet will be on Ms. Jones' desk in the Main Office.
     
    Congratulations Woodgrove Cross Country for advancing to regionals!  The girls team finished 2nd overall. Congratulations to Sophie Hudak, Shelby Kostal, Esme Byrd, Kylie Budd, Audrey Warner, Genovi Rattana-Jones, and Callie Junker.  The boys team finished 4th overall. Congratulations to Rylan Pettit, Frank Ricker, Jack Cohen, Eric Nelson, Kevin Payne and Matt Renner.  A big shout out to Sophie Hudak and Rylan Pettit both earning the title of the 2017 Conference Champions. Sophie was first in the girl's race with a time of 19:56 and Rylan was first in the boy's race with a time of 16:31.  Additional Woodgrove runners earned All Conference titles:  Shelby Kostal with a 4th place finish and Esme Byrd with a 14th place finish. Great job Woodgrove Cross Country!! Next up:  REGIONALS! Come cheer on your team, November 1st at Kernstown Battlefield.
     
    Reminder to all Woodgrove Seniors who have had braces with Dr. Grisius: Please meet for the annual yearbook "senior" picture shoot on Friday, October 27, @ 4:15 in front of the school.  All seniors who attend will placed in a drawing for a free gift card.
     
    October 24
    Our Marching Wolverines did it again!! The marching band traveled to Oakton high school on Saturday to compete in the 32nd Annual Oakton Classic. The Band won 1st place in the group 2a division as well as won the Burgundy Award for having the highest score in group 1a as well. The marching band also took 1st place in music, 1st place in color guard and 1st place in marching. Congratulations to our Woodgrove Marching Wolverines.

    The Woodgrove Debate Policy and Lincoln Douglas teams competed in their first tournament this past weekend at Dominion High School. Woodgrove finished in first place in Policy, Varsity divisionwith Abby
    Lenhart and Lizzie Clark; Abby was also recognized as the 2nd place speaker in the tournament
    Giovanni Cianciaruso and Patrick Swisher placed third in varsity policy. Giovanni was named 1st place speaker overall. In Policy JV: Riley Hartung and Ryan Smith placed first; Ryan Smith was named 2nd place speaker overall and Riley 3rd place speakeroverall. In Policy JV: Mina Bjerke and Hannah Norsworthy - 5th place team; All of those policy teams are qualified for MetroFinals.
     
    The Artist Guitar Ensemble will be hosting a coffee and desserts concert on Tuesday October 24th at 7 PM.  Bring your family and friends for some autumn treats and beverages while also listening to the Woodgrove guitarists.  We hope to see you there!
       
    This Weeks College Visits:
    Tuesday, October 24th Muhlenberg College at 9:30 AM, University of Delaware at 10:15 AM & Rutgers University at 2:30 PM
    Wednesday, October 25th Radford University at 9:30 AM, US Marine Corps at 10:15 AM & Davidson College at 2:30 PM
    Thursday, October 26th Ferrum College at 9:30 AM & Longwood University at 2:30 PM
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!
     
    Sigma Pi Sigma meeting this Friday 10/27. All members should attend and find out who officers are. See Dr. Bhatta for a pass.
     
    Share and Shop is this Saturday Oct. 28 and Mrs. Jones is in need of volunteers to help with set-up and work the sale.  Volunteers are needed on Friday, Oct. 27th from 3-7 PM and Saturday, Oct. 28th from
    7:30 AM -12:30 PM.  Sign up sheet will be on Ms. Jones' desk in the Main Office.
     
    October 20
    Congratulations to the Varsity Volleyball team on their 3-0 win over Riverside yesterday.  Maddie Elb led the Wolverines with 12 kills and 5 blocks. Meghan Cleary added 35 assists. Kailey Ryan added 18 digs and Ashley Moffett 9 digs.  Olivia Providakes with 8 kills and Cara Grady and Eve Lippert each with 6. Outstanding defensive play by Sara Traver, Lauren Lynch, Dylann Armann, Melody Haak and Mia Schaeffer. Great job ladies!
     
    The Freshman Volleyball team defeated Riverside in an amazing 3 set match, 20-25, 25-16 and 15-12.  Gretchen Nagle, Kayleigh Grady and Jamie Prack dominated from the service line.  The defensive efforts of Lexie Rovang, Anna Lockhart and Katie Culp shut down the Riverside offense.  The win was sealed thanks to Coach Kielty and the Varsity/JV team for cheering the girls on.  
     
    Tonight is Woodgrove's Open Mic Night in the Black Box from 7-9 PM.  Come out for poetry, music and comedy! Admission is $5.
     
    The Artist Guitar Ensemble will be hosting a coffee and desserts concert on Tuesday October 24th at 7 PM.  Bring your family and friends for some autumn treats and beverages while also listening to the Woodgrove guitarists.  We hope to see you there!
     
    Any boy interested in trying out for the basketball team, please stop by and see Coach Coon in room L513 and sign your name on the interest sheet posted in his room.
     
    Listen up Juniors & Seniors, the Job-4-A-Day program is back. If you are interested in spending a full day with a person in the community who is involved in a career that you are interested in, be sure to apply. The online portal, located on the Career Center webpage, will open on October 23rd at 5pm for one week only. Check the portal for a list of all the job opportunities on October 20th. Applications are taken on a first come, first serve basis. Make sure you have a completed resume ready to upload at the time you are applying. The spaces fill up quickly, so be sure to apply early! If you have any questions, visit Mrs. Sutphin in the Career Center. 
     
    Students interested in Credit Through Testing or the Seal of Biliteracy should see Ms. Fiore in Guidance or Frau Hall in room L-206 ASAP.  Deadline for the November testing is October 31. Test is free. Testing languages are: Arabic, Bengali, Chinese (Mandarin) Farsi, French, German, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Punjabi, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and Vietnamese.
       
    October 19
    The Artist Guitar Ensemble will be hosting a coffee and desserts concert on Tuesday October 24th at 7 PM.  Bring your family and friends for some autumn treats and beverages while also listening to the Woodgrove guitarists.  We hope to see you there!
     
    Any boy interested in trying out for the basketball team, please stop by and see Coach Coon in room L513 and sign your name on the interest sheet posted in his room.
     
    Students interested in Credit Through Testing or the Seal of Biliteracy should see Ms. Fiore in Guidance or Frau Hall in room L-206 ASAP.  Deadline for the November testing is October 31. Test is free. Testing languages are: Arabic, Bengali, Chinese (Mandarin) Farsi, French, German, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Punjabi, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and Vietnamese.
     
    G.S.A members:  There will be an hour long meeting on Thursday from 4:00PM -5:00PM in L204.  If you are interested in ordering a Tshirt it is $15.  Swing by L204 and tell Ms. Martinez your tee size.
      
    Remember to support Cancer Awareness Week at Woodgrove by wearing the following colors this week:
    Monday: Orange for kidney cancer and leukemia
    Tuesday: Black for melanoma
    Wednesday:  Gold to help support childhood cancer
    Thursday: Pink out to support breast cancer
    Friday: Any color to support cancer awareness
     
    This week's college visits will be:
    Monday October 16th Old Dominion University at 9:30 AM, Ohio University at 10:15 AM & Eckerd College at 2:30 PM
    Tuesday, October 17th Roger Williams University at 9:30 AM & Frostburg State University at 2:30 PM
    Wednesday October 18th Baylor University at 9:30 AM, McGill University at 10:15 AM & McDaniel College at 2:30 PM
    Thursday October 19th The College of Saint Rose at 9:30. AM & East Carolina University at 2:30 PM. United States Air Force for October 19th at 12:00pm. ECU VISIT CANCELLED> Packets for those who signed up are available in the Career Center.
    Friday October 20th Georgia Institute of Technology at 9:30 AM, Savannah College of Art and Design at 10:15 AM & University of Glasgow at 2:30 PM. 
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance
     
    Listen up Juniors & Seniors, the Job-4-A-Day program is back. If you are interested in spending a full day with a person in the community who is involved in a career that you are interested in, be sure to apply. The online portal, located on the Career Center webpage, will open on October 23rd at 5pm for one week only. Check the portal for a list of all the job opportunities on October 20th. Applications are taken on a first come, first serve basis. Make sure you have a completed resume ready to upload at the time you are applying. The spaces fill up quickly, so be sure to apply early! If you have any questions, visit Mrs. Sutphin in the Career Center.
     
    Attention Sophmores and Juniors:  If you are interested in participating in the Monroe Technology Center Shadow Day on December 8th, you must submit your application online.  The link to the online application is now available and located on the Career Center webpage.  All applications must be submitted by December 1st.  Make sure to turn in completed field trip forms to Mrs. Sutphin by the 1st as well.  If you have any questions, visit Mrs. Sutphin in the Career Center. 
      
    October 18
    Congratulations to the Freshman Volleyball Team for defeating Heritage in 2 sets, 25-18 and 25-14.  Lexi Rovang led the team with six kills while Riley Castellano had 3 and Katie Cup had 2 kills from the back row.  Next match is Thursday against Riverside. Great job girls!!
     
    Any boy interested in trying out for the basketball team, please stop by and see Coach Coon in room L513 and sign your name on the interest sheet posted in his room.
     
    NHS is hosting its biannual blood drive, in partnership with Red Cross, on November 16th.  We will have a sign-up booth during open lunches leading up to the drive. You may also see Mrs. Elbaum in room 613 to register.  Students must be at least 16, meet specific height and weight requirements, and return a signed parental permission form.  Please give the gift of life.
     
    Students interested in Credit Through Testing or the Seal of Biliteracy should see Ms. Fiore in Guidance or Frau Hall in room L-206 ASAP.  Deadline for the November testing is October 31. Test is free. Testing languages are: Arabic, Bengali, Chinese (Mandarin) Farsi, French, German, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Punjabi, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and Vietnamese.
     
    Congratulations to the following students who made ALL-VIRGINIA honors choir: John Burroughs, who ranked second in the state for his voice part, Caroline Roden who was ranked 5th, and Jessy Gahafer who was ranked 6th.  This is the most competitive high school competition and the highest honor!
     
    Juniors and Seniors interested in applying to Science National Honor Society can pick up an application from their science teacher or in room 502.  Applications are due by 4 PM on Thursday, October 19th.  See Mrs. King with any questions.
     
    G.S.A members:  There will be an hour long meeting on Thursday from 4:00PM -5:00PM in L204.  If you are interested in ordering a Tshirt it is $15.  Swing by L204 and tell Ms. Martinez your tee size.
     
    Any students interested in exploring Switzerland, Austria and Germany this summer, see Ms. Shildneck for details!  Interest meeting will be Wednesday, October 18th at 6 PM. 
     
    Remember to support Cancer Awareness Week at Woodgrove by wearing the following colors this week:
    Monday: Orange for kidney cancer and leukemia
    Tuesday: Black for melanoma
    Wednesday:  Gold to help support childhood cancer
    Thursday: Pink out to support breast cancer
    Friday: Any color to support cancer awareness
     
    This week's college visits will be:
    Monday October 16th Old Dominion University at 9:30 AM, Ohio University at 10:15 AM & Eckerd College at 2:30 PM
    Tuesday, October 17th Roger Williams University at 9:30 AM & Frostburg State University at 2:30 PM
    Wednesday October 18th Baylor University at 9:30 AM, McGill University at 10:15 AM & McDaniel College at 2:30 PM
    Thursday October 19th The College of Saint Rose at 9:30. AM & East Carolina University at 2:30 PM. United States Air Force for October 19th at 12:00pm. ECU VISIT CANCELLED> Packets for those who signed up are available in the Career Center.
    Friday October 20th Georgia Institute of Technology at 9:30 AM, Savannah College of Art and Design at 10:15 AM & University of Glasgow at 2:30 PM. 
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance
     
    Listen up Juniors & Seniors, the Job-4-A-Day program is back. If you are interested in spending a full day with a person in the community who is involved in a career that you are interested in, be sure to apply. The online portal, located on the Career Center webpage, will open on October 23rd at 5pm for one week only. Check the portal for a list of all the job opportunities on October 20th. Applications are taken on a first come, first serve basis. Make sure you have a completed resume ready to upload at the time you are applying. The spaces fill up quickly, so be sure to apply early! If you have any questions, visit Mrs. Sutphin in the Career Center.
     
    Attention Sophmores and Juniors:  If you are interested in participating in the Monroe Technology Center Shadow Day on December 8th, you must submit your application online.  The link to the online application is now available and located on the Career Center webpage.  All applications must be submitted by December 1st.  Make sure to turn in completed field trip forms to Mrs. Sutphin by the 1st as well.  If you have any questions, visit Mrs. Sutphin in the Career Center. 
     
    CAMPUS students, if you are planning on going to the VCU field trip on Wednesday, October 25, please pick up a permission form from Ms. Armel or Mrs. Warehime ASAP.  Forms need to be turned in by Friday, October 19. 
     
    October 17
    Congratulations to the Freshman Volleyball team.  They defeated Dominion 25-3 and 25-8 with the help of Riley Castellano's 12 service points in a row. Good luck to the girls as they face Heritage tonight!
     
    Congratulations to the following students who made ALL-VIRGINIA honors choir: John Burroughs, who ranked second in the state for his voice part, Caroline Roden who was ranked 5th, and Jessy Gahafer who was ranked 6th.  This is the most competitive high school competition and the highest honor!
     
    G.S.A members:  There will be an hour long meeting on Thursday from 4:00PM -5:00PM in L204.  If you are interested in ordering a Tshirt it is $15.  Swing by L204 and tell Ms. Martinez your tee size.
     
    Any students interested in exploring Switzerland, Austria and Germany this summer, see Ms. Shildneck for details!  Interest meeting will be Wednesday, October 18th at 6 PM. 
     
    Remember to support Cancer Awareness Week at Woodgrove by wearing the following colors this week:
    Monday: Orange for kidney cancer and leukemia
    Tuesday: Black for melanoma
    Wednesday:  Gold to help support childhood cancer
    Thursday: Pink out to support breast cancer
    Friday: Any color to support cancer awareness
     
    This week's college visits will be:
    Monday October 16th Old Dominion University at 9:30 AM, Ohio University at 10:15 AM & Eckerd College at 2:30 PM
    Tuesday, October 17th Roger Williams University at 9:30 AM & Frostburg State University at 2:30 PM
    Wednesday October 18th Baylor University at 9:30 AM, McGill University at 10:15 AM & McDaniel College at 2:30 PM
    Thursday October 19th The College of Saint Rose at 9:30. AM & East Carolina University at 2:30 PM. United States Air Force for October 19th at 12:00pm. 
    Friday October 20th Georgia Institute of Technology at 9:30 AM, Savannah College of Art and Design at 10:15 AM & University of Glasgow at 2:30 PM. 
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance
     
    Listen up Juniors & Seniors, the Job-4-A-Day program is back. If you are interested in spending a full day with a person in the community who is involved in a career that you are interested in, be sure to apply. The online portal, located on the Career Center webpage, will open on October 23rd at 5pm for one week only. Check the portal for a list of all the job opportunities on October 20th. Applications are taken on a first come, first serve basis. Make sure you have a completed resume ready to upload at the time you are applying. The spaces fill up quickly, so be sure to apply early! If you have any questions, visit Mrs. Sutphin in the Career Center.
     
    Attention Sophmores and Juniors:  If you are interested in participating in the Monroe Technology Center Shadow Day on December 8th, you must submit your application online.  The link to the online application is now available and located on the Career Center webpage.  All applications must be submitted by December 1st.  Make sure to turn in completed field trip forms to Mrs. Sutphin by the 1st as well.  If you have any questions, visit Mrs. Sutphin in the Career Center. 
     
    CAMPUS students, if you are planning on going to the VCU field trip on Wednesday, October 25, please pick up a permission form from Ms. Armel or Mrs. Warehime ASAP.  Forms need to be turned in by Friday, October 19. 
     
    October 16
    Any students interested in exploring Switzerland, Austria and Germany this summer, see Ms. Shildneck for details!  Interest meeting will be Wednesday, October 18th at 6 PM.
     
    Juniors and Seniors interested in applying to Science National Honor Society can pick up an application from their science teacher or in room 502.  Applications are due by 4 PM  on Thursday, October 19th. See Mrs. King with any questions.
     
    Remember to support Cancer Awareness Week at Woodgrove by wearing the following colors this week:
    Monday: Orange for kidney cancer and leukemia
    Tuesday: Black for melanoma
    Wednesday:  Gold to help support childhood cancer
    Thursday: Pink out to support breast cancer
    Friday: Any color to support cancer awareness
     
    This week's college visits will be:
    Monday October 16th Old Dominion University at 9:30 AM, Ohio University at 10:15 AM & Eckerd College at 2:30 PM
    Tuesday, October 17th Roger Williams University at 9:30 AM & Frostburg State University at 2:30 PM
    Wednesday October 18th Baylor University at 9:30 AM, McGill University at 10:15 AM & McDaniel College at 2:30 PM
    Thursday October 19th The College of Saint Rose at 9:30. AM & East Carolina University at 2:30 PM. United States Air Force for October 19th at 12:00pm. 
    Friday October 20th Georgia Institute of Technology at 9:30 AM, Savannah College of Art and Design at 10:15 AM & University of Glasgow at 2:30 PM. 
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance
     
    Listen up Juniors & Seniors, the Job-4-A-Day program is back. If you are interested in spending a full day with a person in the community who is involved in a career that you are interested in, be sure to apply. The online portal, located on the Career Center webpage, will open on October 23rd at 5pm for one week only. Check the portal for a list of all the job opportunities on October 20th. Applications are taken on a first come, first serve basis. Make sure you have a completed resume ready to upload at the time you are applying. The spaces fill up quickly, so be sure to apply early! If you have any questions, visit Mrs. Sutphin in the Career Center.
     
    Attention Sophmores and Juniors:  If you are interested in participating in the Monroe Technology Center Shadow Day on December 8th, you must submit your application online.  The link to the online application is now available and located on the Career Center webpage.  All applications must be submitted by December 1st.  Make sure to turn in completed field trip forms to Mrs. Sutphin by the 1st as well.  If you have any questions, visit Mrs. Sutphin in the Career Center. 
     
    CAMPUS students, if you are planning on going to the VCU field trip on Wednesday, October 25, please pick up a permission form from Ms. Armel or Mrs. Warehime ASAP.  Forms need to be turned in by Friday, October 19. 
      
    October 13
    The French Club, the French Honors Society and Woodgrove High School would like to welcome the french Exchange students to Woodgrove High School!
     
    Any students interested in exploring Switzerland, Austria and Germany this summer, see Ms. Shildneck for details!  Interest meeting will be Wednesday, October 18th at 6 PM.
     
    Juniors and Seniors interested in applying to Science National Honor Society can pick up an application from their science teacher or in room 502.  Applications are due by 4 PM  on Thursday, October 19th. See Mrs. King with any questions.
     
    CAMPUS students, if you are planning on going to the VCU field trip on Wednesday, October 25, please pick up a permission form from Ms. Armel or Mrs. Warehime ASAP.  Forms need to be turned in by Friday, October 19. 
     
    Partners Club members: Our annual Bowling event with LVHS is this Tuesday, Oct. 17th from 6:15 - 8:15 at  Village Lanes in Leesburg. Please sign up outside Ms. K's room (L511) as soon as possible.  Cost is $10 and needs to be paid to Ms. K before Monday afternoon, Oct. 16th.  Don't wait - participation is first come, first served!
     
    Listen up Juniors & Seniors, the Job-4-A-Day program is back. If you are interested in spending a full day with a person in the community who is involved in a career that you are interested in, be sure to apply. The online portal, located on the Career Center webpage, will open on October 23rd at 5pm for one week only. Check the portal for a list of all the job opportunities on October 20th. Applications are taken on a first come, first serve basis. Make sure you have a completed resume ready to upload at the time you are applying. The spaces fill up quickly, so be sure to apply early! If you have any questions, visit Mrs. Sutphin in the Career Center.
     
    Attention Sophmores and Juniors:  If you are interested in participating in the Monroe Technology Center Shadow Day on December 8th, you must submit your application online.  The link to the online application is now available and located on the Career Center webpage.  All applications must be submitted by December 1st.  Make sure to turn in completed field trip forms to Mrs. Sutphin by the 1st as well.  If you have any questions, visit Mrs. Sutphin in the Career Center. 
      
    Next week's college visits will be:
    Monday October 16th Old Dominion University at 9:30 AM, Ohio University at 10:15 AM & Eckerd College at 2:30 PM
    Tuesday, October 17th Roger Williams University at 9:30 AM & Frostburg State University at 2:30 PM
    Wednesday October 18th Baylor University at 9:30 AM, McGill University at 10:15 AM & McDaniel College at 2:30 PM
    Thursday October 19th The College of Saint Rose at 9:30. AM & East Carolina University at 2:30 PM. United States Air Force for October 19th at 12:00pm. 
    Friday October 20th Georgia Institute of Technology at 9:30 AM, Savannah College of Art and Design at 10:15 AM & University of Glasgow at 2:30 PM. 
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance
     
    October 12
    This Week's College Visits:  
    Friday, October 13th US Army National Guard at 9:30 AM & Johns Hopkins University at 10:15 AM 
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!
     
    CAMPUS students, if you are planning on going to the VCU field trip on Wednesday, October 25, please pick up a permission form from Ms. Armel or Mrs. Warehime ASAP.  Forms need to be turned in by Friday, October 19. 
     
    Juniors or Seniors interested in applying to Science National Honor Society can pick up an application from their science teacher or in room 502. Applications are due by 4pm on Thursday October 19th. See Mrs. King with any questions.
     
    October 11
    Girls preseason tennis practice is cancelled for this afternoon due to the weather.  Our next practice will be held on Friday, October 13 at 4:15 PM.
     
    Freshman Football defeated Dominion 32-6 to remain 1st place in the Dulles District.
    JV Football defeated Dominion 34-0 to also remain in 1st place in the Dulles District. 
    Big game Friday night for sole possesion of 1st place VS Dominion!  Come cheer on the Wolverines!!
     
    This Week's College Visits: 
    Tuesday, October 10th Gettysburg College at 2:30 PM 
    Thursday, October 12th Wittenberg University at 9:30 AM & Otterbein University at 2:30 PM
    Friday, October 13th US Army National Guard at 9:30 AM & Johns Hopkins University at 10:15 AM 
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!
      
    October 10
    Saturday was an exciting race day for Woodgrove Cross Country.  The running Wolverines turned in some fast times and earned a few medals at the Gettysburg Invitational.  Over 300 runners competed in the two girls' races.  Ten Woodgrove girls finished in under 23 minutes across the 2 races:  Mariah Wauer, Emily Garman, Amanda Lock, Kylie Budd, Genovi Rattana, Esme Byrd, Calle Junker, Audrey Warner, Shelby Kostal and Sophie Hudak.  Earning medals in the JV race were: 17th place Olivia Haller, 14th place Jillian Haas, 8th place Mariaha Wauer and 4th place Emily Garman.  Sophie Hudak earned a medal in the Varsity race with a 4th place finish and a time of 19:15.  Over 500 runners competed in the two boy's races.  Twelve Woodgrove boys came across the line in under 20 minutes between the 2 races:  Zachary Yriat, Collin DeBruyn, Carson Forsyth, Colin Warner, Matt Renner, Kevin Payne, Eric Nelson, Frank Ricker, Jack Cohen, Sam Schnabel, Matt Geier and Will Fincher.  Will Fincher earned a medal in the Varsity race with a 19th place finish and a time of 17:01.  Rylan Pettit represented Woodgrove at the Great American Cross Country Festival in Cary, NC.  He finished 33rd in a field of 200 with a time of 15:55.
    Come cheer on the team Wednesday at Ida Lee and Saturday at Millbrook High School.
     
    Winter Drumline is coming up.  There will be a two day clinic on Wednesday, October 11th from 5-7 and Monday October 16th from 5-7 PM in the band room.  Talk to Mr. Strickler, Fatimah Khan or Dylan Castirotta if you have questions.
     
    Are you struggling to write your college essay?  Are you convinced the admissions board will take one look at your writing and throw it straight into the rejection pile?  If so, your troubles are over!  The Wolverine Writing Center has tutors who are experienced in writing college essays, they are ready to help you.  Don't risk rejection from your dream school.  See the bulletin board outside room 601 to sign up for a college essay tutoring session today!
     
    This Week's College Visits: 
    Tuesday, October 10th Gettysburg College at 2:30 PM 
    Thursday, October 12th Wittenberg University at 9:30 AM & Otterbein University at 2:30 PM
    Friday, October 13th US Army National Guard at 9:30 AM & Johns Hopkins University at 10:15 AM 
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!
     
    October 6
    There will be a preseason practice for the Gymnastics Team on Saturday, Oct. 7th. from 1:30-3:30 PM in the aux gym.  Please have all athletic forms turned in to the athletic department prior to practice.  Remember to sign up for your fan account on the Woodgrove Athletics website to receive all updates and information on the upcoming season.  Hope to see you Saturday!
     
    Winter Drumline is coming up.  There will be a two day clinic on Wednesday, October 11th from 5-7 and Monday October 16th from 5-7 PM in the band room.  Talk to Mr. Strickler, Fatimah Khan or Dylan Castirotta if you have questions.
     
    The Girls Field Hockey team is sponsoring a "Stick it to Cancer" field hockey game next Tuesday, October 10, when they will play Loudoun County right here at the Stadium starting at 5:30.  Both teams will be playing to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, raising awareness and funds for blood cancer research.  Donation jars will be available and every penny counts! Please spread the word, come out and show your support and make sure you wear orange, the color representing the fight!! 
     
    Next Week's College Visits: 
    Tuesday, October 10th Gettysburg College at 2:30 PM 
    Thursday, October 12th Wittenberg University at 9:30 AM & Otterbein University at 2:30 PM
    Friday, October 13th US Army National Guard at 9:30 AM & Johns Hopkins University at 10:15 AM 
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!
       
    October 5
    There will be a preseason practice for the Gymnastics Team on Saturday, Oct. 7th. from 1:30-3:30 PM in the aux gym.  Please have all athletic forms turned in to the athletic department prior to practice.  Remember to sign up for your fan account on the Woodgrove Athletics website to receive all updates and information on the upcoming season.  Hope to see you Saturday!
     
    Winter Drumline is coming up.  There will be a two day clinic on Wednesday, October 11th from 5-7 and Monday October 16th from 5-7 PM in the band room.  Talk to Mr. Strickler, Fatimah Khan or Dylan Castirotta if you have questions.
     
    The Girls Varsity Field Hockey Team is sponsoring a "Stick it to Cancer" field hockey game next Tuesday, October 10, when they will play Loudoun County right here at the stadium starting at 5:30PM.  Both teams will be playing to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, raising awareness and funds for blood cancer research.  Donation jars will be available and every penny counts! Wear orange!
     
    This Week's College Visits: 
    Friday: October 6th NOVA Pathways Information Session at 9:30 AM.
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.
      
    If you are a member or would like to be a member of the Creative Writing Club, please come by room 601 on Wednesday and Thursday morning to get your pass for Green Clubs on Thursday.
      
    NHS: Juniors and Seniors with a 3.5 GPA or higher have been given a letter in their DENtime describing the application process. If you have not recieved your letter, they have been given to guidance to be distributed.  Applications opened Oct. 1 @ 8:00 AM and are DUE Oct. 13 at 4 PM. No exceptions!!  See Ms. Shildneck with questions in L406.
     
    ATTENTION NHS CANIDATES:  if you are applying to NHS, please consider taking a help session during open lunch this Thursday.  Ms. Shildneck and Ms. Elbaum will walk you through the application process and answer any questions you may have.
     
    Calling all potential jumpers, throwers, sprinters or distance runners. If you are interested in learning more about Winter Track, please stop by and see Coach Staneart in room 202.
     
    October 4
    There will be a Tri-M meeting during Den Time on Thursday, Oct. 5. It will be a mandatory meeting as we will be going over Induction procedures.
     
    There will be a preseason practice for the Gymnastics Team on Saturday, Oct. 7th. from 1:30-3:30 PM in the aux gym.  Please have all athletic forms turned in to the athletic department prior to practice.  Remember to sign up for your fan account on the Woodgrove Athletics website to receive all updates and information on the upcoming season.  Hope to see you Saturday!
     
    The Green Team will be meeting on green club days in room 407.  Stop by and pick up a pass from Mr. Greening before Thursday, Oct. 5 meeting.
     
    This Week's College Visits: 
    Thursday: October 5th Mary Baldwin University at 9:30 AM. Virginia Commonwealth University at 2:30 PM.
    Friday: October 6th NOVA Pathways Information Session at 9:30 AM.
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.
      
    If you are a member or would like to be a member of the Creative Writing Club, please come by room 601 on Wednesday and Thursday morning to get your pass for Green Clubs on Thursday.
      
    NHS: Juniors and Seniors with a 3.5 GPA or higher have been given a letter in their DENtime describing the application process. If you have not recieved your letter, they have been given to guidance to be distributed.  Applications opened Oct. 1 @ 8:00 AM and are DUE Oct. 13 at 4 PM. No exceptions!!  See Ms. Shildneck with questions in L406.
     
    ATTENTION NHS CANIDATES:  if you are applying to NHS, please consider taking a help session during open lunch this Thursday.  Ms. Shildneck and Ms. Elbaum will walk you through the application process and answer any questions you may have.
     
    Calling all potential jumpers, throwers, sprinters or distance runners. If you are interested in learning more about Winter Track, please stop by and see Coach Staneart in room 202.
     
    Varsity Club Members: Please stop by L513 and see Coach Coon for your Green Club pass before Thursday 10/5. 
     
    October 3
    There will be a preseason practice for the Gymnastics Team on Saturday, October 7th from 1:30 - 3:30 PM in the auxillary gym.  Anyone interested can come join us, just wear appropriate attire to practice in.  Hope to see you Saturday.
     
    This Week's College Visits:
    Tuesday: October 3rd, Randolph-Macon College at 9:30 AM.  High Point University at 10:15 AM. West Virginia University at 2:30 PM.
    Wednesday: October 4th Mount St. Mary's University at 9:30 AM.  College of William & Mary at 10:15 AM
    Bethany College at 2:30 PM.
    Thursday: October 5th Mary Baldwin University at 9:30 AM. Virginia Commonwealth University at 2:30 PM.
    Friday: October 6th NOVA Pathways Information Session at 9:30 AM.
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.
      
    If you are a member or would like to be a member of the Creative Writing Club, please come by room 601 on Wednesday and Thursday morning to get your pass for Green Clubs on Thursday.
     
    Please come out and support the volleyball teams as they take on their rival LVHS in their annual Dig Pink match tonight.  The proceeds from tonight's event help the side-out foundation and breast cancer research. 
    The freshman and JV matches begin at 5:45 and Varsity at 7 PM.  Come out and support a great cause!
       
    Partners Club: Our next meeting is approaching fast. If you have not turned in your membership form, please do so BEFORE the end of the day on Tuesday, Oct. 3.  All those interested in being in the club MUST complete a form, wether you were in the club last year or not. If you have submitted your form and have not recieved a Green Club Pass, please see Ms. K in room L511 or L411.
     
    NHS: Juniors and Seniors with a 3.5 GPA or higher have been given a letter in their DENtime describing the application process. If you have not recieved your letter, they have been given to guidance to be distributed.  Applications opened Oct. 1 @ 8:00 AM and are DUE Oct. 13 at 4 PM. No exceptions!!  See Ms. Shildneck with questions in L406.
     
    ATTENTION NHS CANIDATES:  if you are applying to NHS, please consider taking a help session during open lunch this Thursday.  Ms. Shildneck and Ms. Elbaum will walk you through the application process and answer any questions you may have.
     
    Calling all potential jumpers, throwers, sprinters or distance runners. If you are interested in learning more about Winter Track, please stop by and see Coach Staneart in room 202.
     
    Varsity Club Members: Please stop by L513 and see Coach Coon for your Green Club pass before Thursday 10/5. 
     
    October 2
    This Week's College Visits:
    Monday: October 2nd, Lynchburg College at 9:30 AM.  United States Army at 2:30 PM.
    Tuesday: October 3rd, Randolph-Macon College at 9:30 AM.  High Point University at 10:15 AM. West Virginia University at 2:30 PM.
    Wednesday: October 4th Mount St. Mary's University at 9:30 AM.  College of William & Mary at 10:15 AM
    Bethany College at 2:30 PM.
    Thursday: October 5th Mary Baldwin University at 9:30 AM. Virginia Commonwealth University at 2:30 PM.
    Friday: October 6th NOVA Pathways Information Session at 9:30 AM.
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.
       
    Partners Club: Our next meeting is approaching fast. If you have not turned in your membership form, please do so BEFORE the end of the day on Tuesday, Oct. 3.  All those interested in being in the club MUST complete a form, wether you were in the club last year or not. If you have submitted your form and have not recieved a Green Club Pass, please see Ms. K in room L511 or L411.
     
    Congratulations to the Woodgrove Marching Wolverines! The Marching Wolverines competed in the Wildcat Invitational yesterday. The band recieved a first place trophy and won best in Color Guard, Best in Visuals and Best in Overall Effect.
     
    NHS: Juniors and Seniors with a 3.5 GPA or higher have been given a letter in their DENtime describing the application process. If you have not recieved your letter, they have been given to guidance to be distributed.  Applications opened Oct. 1 @ 8:00 AM and are DUE Oct. 13 at 4 PM. No exceptions!!  See Ms. Shildneck with questions in L406.
     
    Varsity Club Members: Please stop by L513 and see Coach Coon for your Green Club pass before Thursday 10/5.
     
    The Wolverine Writing Center's Grand Opening is on October 3rd! Stop by room 601 during all lunch shifts for free desserts and a chance to enter a raffle to win gift cards. Hope to see you there!
     
      
    September 29
    The Wolverine Writing Center's Grand Opening is on October 3rd! Stop by room 601 during all lunch shifts for free desserts and a chance to enter a raffle to win gift cards. Hope to see you there!
      
    We're All Human 5K Color Run/Walk Sunday, October 1st at 11:00 AM on Woodgroves Cross Country course.
     
    Next Week's College Visits:
    Monday: October 2nd, Lynchburg College at 9:30 AM.  United States Army at 2:30 PM.
    Tuesday: October 3rd, Randolph-Macon College at 9:30 AM.  High Point University at 10:15 AM. West Virginia University at 2:30 PM.
    Wednesday: October 4th Mount St. Mary's University at 9:30 AM.  College of William & Mary at 10:15 AM
    Bethany College at 2:30 PM.
    Thursday: October 5th Mary Baldwin University at 9:30 AM. Virginia Commonwealth University at 2:30 PM.
    Friday: October 6th NOVA Pathways Information Session at 9:30 AM.
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.
       
    Partners Club: Our next meeting is approaching fast. If you have not turned in your membership form, please do so BEFORE the end of the day on Tuesday, Oct. 3.  All those interested in being in the club MUST complete a form, wether you were in the club last year or not. If you have submitted your form and have not recieved a Green Club Pass, please see Ms. K in room L511 or L411.
     
    There will be an interest meeting after school on Friday, Sept. 29th for any students that are interested in Winter Sideline Cheer. We will meet in the wrestling room from 4-4:30 PM.
     
    Powder Puff is right around the corner! The game will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 4th. Kickoff is at 6PM. Tickets will be  $5 and sold at the gate at the stadium. All proceeds go to the Junior Class.  Come out for an awesome night of football. Bonfire directly after the game.
      
    September 28
    The Wolverine Writing Center's Grand Opening is on October 3rd! Stop by room 601 during all lunch shifts for free desserts and a chance to enter a raffle to win gift cards. Hope to see you there!
     
    We're All Human will be meeting in the auxillary gym on Friday during DENtime. After DEAR, use your We're All Human pass to leave your classroom and attend the meeting.
     
    We're All Human 5K Color Run/Walk Sunday, October 1st at 11:00 AM on Woodgroves Cross Country course.
     
    Next Week's College Visits:
    Monday: October 2nd, Lynchburg College at 9:30 AM.  United States Army at 2:30 PM.
    Tuesday: October 3rd, Randolph-Macon College at 9:30 AM.  High Point University at 10:15 AM. West Virginia University at 2:30 PM.
    Wednesday: October 4th Mount St. Mary's University at 9:30 AM.  College of William & Mary at 10:15 AM
    Bethany College at 2:30 PM.
    Thursday: October 5th Mary Baldwin University at 9:30 AM. Virginia Commonwealth University at 2:30 PM.
    Friday: October 6th NOVA Pathways Information Session at 9:30 AM.
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.
       
    Partners Club: Our next meeting is approaching fast. If you have not turned in your membership form, please do so BEFORE the end of the day on Tuesday, Oct. 3.  All those interested in being in the club MUST complete a form, wether you were in the club last year or not. If you have submitted your form and have not recieved a Green Club Pass, please see Ms. K in room L511 or L411.
     
    There will be an interest meeting after school on Friday, Sept. 29th for any students that are interested in Winter Sideline Cheer. We will meet in the wrestling room from 4-4:30 PM.
     
    Powder Puff is right around the corner! The game will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 4th. Kickoff is at 6PM. Tickets will be  $5 and sold at the gate at the stadium. All proceeds go to the Junior Class.  Come out for an awesome night of football. Bonfire directly after the game.
     
    September 27
    There will be no wrestling after school today with Coach Waugh.  After school wrestling will continue next Tuesday.
     
    Any student interested in doing Indoor Track please see Coach Staneart in room 202 for information.
     
    Partners Club: Our next meeting is approaching fast. If you have not turned in your membership form, please do so BEFORE the end of the day on Tuesday, Oct. 3.  All those interested in being in the club MUST complete a form, wether you were in the club last year or not. If you have submitted your form and have not recieved a Green Club Pass, please see Ms. K in room L511 or L411.
     
    All Driver Education Students: Tonight, Sept. 27th and Next Wednesday, Oct. 4th, Woodgrove will host its annual Partners For Safe Teen Driving presentation.  Each student currently enrolled in Driver Education is required to attend one session with a parent present.  Presentations are held from 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM. Doors close promptly at 7:05 PM. The parent/guardian and student must attend this 90 minute presentation together. The Code of Virginia regulates these presentations and NO LATE ARRIVALS ARE PERMITTED! Any questions please ask your Driver Education teacher.
     
    There will be an interest meeting after school on Friday, Sept. 29th for any students that are interested in Winter Sideline Cheer. We will meet in the wrestling room from 4-4:30 PM.
     
    Powder Puff is right around the corner! The game will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 4th. Kickoff is at 6PM. Tickets will be  $5 and sold at the gate at the stadium. All proceeds go to the Junior Class.  Come out for an awesome night of football. Bonfire directly after the game.
      
    The Varsity Field Hockey team improved their record to 7-2 winning an out of conference game last night against George Mason HS 3-2. Caroline Catterton scored the winning goal with 40 seconds left in the game. Other goal scorers included Jensen Bury and Sofia Thompson.  The girls will be back in action on Wednesday when they travel to Loudoun Valley to take on Dominion starting at 6:45. Good luck girls!
     
    Congrats to the Varsity Volleyball Team on their win over Riverside.  Maddie Erb led the team with 9 kills and Eve Lippert added 8 kills.  Kaileigh Ryan added 9 digs and Meghan Cleary added 27 assists.  Great defensive effort by Ashleigh Moffett, Kaileigh Ryan and Cara Grady.
     
    Bring your family and friends for the We're All Human 5k Color run/walk on Woodgrove's Cross Country course at 11:00AM on October 1st.
     
    Homecoming: Dance Permission forms are due by this Friday, September 29th.  Also, Stairwell Decorating begins This Thursday after school (before the home football game) and continues through Sunday evening.  See your Class Presidents to get involved. The Homecoming Fashion Show will be on Friday during Dentime.
     
    There will be a 20 minute planning meeting for Homecoming Bonfire on Friday morning, 8:20 AM in room 502.  Please come help finalize plans for next Wednesday's Bonfire fun! 
     
    School Pictures for grades 9-11 will be done in English Class on Wednesday and Thursday of this week.  Be sure to bring your payment!  Students participating in Mr. Fortney's field trip on Wednesday and will miss their Wednesday English class should plan to do make-up pictures before school or during open lunch on Thursday.
     
    This Week's College Visits:
    Thursday, September 28th Randolph College at 9:30 AM & James Madison University at 2:30 PM.
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance
     
    September 26
    Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be having their annual "See You At the Pole" on Wednesday, Sept. 27th at 8:30.  (Meet at the flag pole in the front of the school).
     
    Congratulations to Orchestra students, Natalie Estep (on violin) and Somerset Peede (on viola), for making it in to the Senior Regional Orchestra.
     
    Bring your family and friends for the We're All Human 5k Color run/walk on Woodgrove's Cross Country course at 11:00AM on October 1st.
     
    Homecoming: Dance Permission forms are due by this Friday, September 29th.  Also, Stairwell Decorating begins This Thursday after school (before the home football game) and continues through Sunday evening.  See your Class Presidents to get involved. The Homecoming Fashion Show will be on Friday during Dentime.
     
    School Pictures for grades 9-11 will be done in English Class on Wednesday and Thursday of this week.  Be sure to bring your payment!  Students participating in Mr. Fortney's field trip on Wednesday and will miss their Wednesday English class should plan to do make-up pictures before school or during open lunch on Thursday.
     
    This Week's College Visits:
    Wednesday, September 27th Hollins University at 9:30 AM, Widener University at 10:15 AM & Elon University at 2:30 PM

    Thursday, September 28th Randolph College at 9:30 AM & James Madison University at 2:30 PM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance
     
    September 25
    Bring your family and friends for the We're All Human 5k Color run/walk on Woodgrove's Cross Country course at 11:00AM on October 1st.
     
    Homecoming: Dance Permission forms are due by this Friday, September 29th.  Permission forms for Non-WHS students are due tomorrow, September 26th.  Also, Stairwell Decorating begins This Thursday after school (before the home football game) and continues through Sunday evening.  See your Class Presidents to get involved.
     
    Practice for all models, MC's, and court members participating in the Homecoming Fashion Show is tomorrow, September 26th, at 7:45 am in the auditorium.  The Homecoming Fashion Show will be on Friday during Dentime.
     
    School Pictures for grades 9-11 will be done in English Class on Wednesday and Thursday of this week.  Be sure to bring your payment!
     
    This Week's College Visits:
    Tuesday, September 26th the University of Alabama at 9:30 AM, University of Virginia at 10:15 AM & Florida Institute of Technology at 2:30 PM

    Wednesday, September 27th Hollins University at 9:30 AM, Widener University at 10:15 AM & Elon University at 2:30 PM

    Thursday, September 28th Randolph College at 9:30 AM & James Madison University at 2:30 PM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance
     
    September 22
    Next Week's College Visits:
    Monday, September 25th Christopher Newport University at 9:30 AM, University of Missouri Columbia at 10:15 AM & VA Tech at 2:30 PM

    Tuesday, September 26th the University of Alabama at 9:30 AM, University of Virginia at 10:15 AM & Florida Institute of Technology at 2:30 PM

    Wednesday, September 27th Hollins University at 9:30 AM, Widener University at 10:15 AM & Elon University at 2:30 PM

    Thursday, September 28th Randolph College at 9:30 AM & James Madison University at 2:30 PM

    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance
     
    September 21
    VARSITY VOLLEYBALL IS CANCELLED FOR TODAY
     
    Bring your family and friends for the We're All Human 5k Color run/walk on Woodgrove's Cross Country course at 11:00AM on October 1st.
     
    Upcoming College Visits:
    Friday, September 22nd    Johnson and Wales University at 9:30 AM . If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass.
     
    September 20
    Upcoming College Visits:

    Wednesday, September 20th Fairmont State University at 9:30 AM, Shepherd University at 10:15 AM & Marymount University at 2:30 PM                                                   
    Friday, September 22nd Johnson & Wales University at 9:30 AM
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!

    The Freshman Girls Volleyball beat Heritage in 2 games 25-16 and 25-18. Great job girls!

    The Woodgrove Golf Team won the Dulles District Championship on Tuesday at Algonkian Golf Course.  The Wolverines posted a team total of 294, five shots clear of second place at Loudoun Valley.  Alex Price and Michael Thomas and one other golfer shared low medalist honors with a score of 71.  Alex Price won in a two hole playoff to capture the individual medal.  Joey Eastman placed fourth (74) and Kelly Klimeck rounded out the counting scores with a 78.  The Wolverines will play for the Regional Championship at Loudoun Golf and Country Club next Thursday, September 28 at 9 AM.

    Bring your family and friends for the WERE ALL HUMAN 5k color run/walk on Woodgrove's Cross Country course at 11:00AM on October 1st.
     
    Please join Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) for our meeting this Thursday, Sept. 21 at 8:15 AM in Ms. Bingaman's room in L604. Our annual "See you at the pole" is next Wednesday Sept. 27 at 8:30AM.
     
    Wrestling: Optional Pre-Season workouts start this week.  Experienced wrestlers are working out 7:15- 8:30 AM Tuesday and Thursday mornings.  Freshmen and Sophmores including those brand new to the sport are meeting Tuesday and Wednesday after school from 4:15-5:30. Stop by room 503 to see Coach Fortney.
     
    September 19 
    Bring your family and friends for the WERE ALL HUMAN 5k color run/walk on Woodgrove's Cross Country course at 11:00AM on October 1st.
     
    Please join Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) for our meeting this Thursday, Sept. 21 at 8:15 AM in Ms. Bingaman's room in L604. Our annual "See you at the pole" is next Wednesday Sept. 27 at 8:30AM.
     
    Wrestling: Optional Pre-Season workouts start this week.  Experienced wrestlers are working out 7:15- 8:30 AM Tuesday and Thursday mornings.  Freshmen and Sophmores including those brand new to the sport are meeting Tuesday and Wednesday after school from 4:15-5:30. Stop by room 503 to see Coach Fortney.
     
    September 18 
    Despite the heat and humidity, Woodgrove Cross Country held a firm presence at the Oatland’s Invitational on Saturday. Five girls finished with times under 23 minutes, all in the Varsity A race:  Esme Byrd, Calle  Junker, Audrey Warner, Shelby Kostal, and Sophie Hudak.  Sophie was just one spot shy of medal contention placing 26th with a time of 20:45.Five boys came over the line in under 20 minutes across the four races:  Eric Nelson, Jack Cohen, Matt Geier, Will Fincher, and Rylan Pettit.  Jack Cohen earned a medal in the JV Underclassmen race.  He placed 24th with a time of 19:35.  Rylan Pettit earned a medal in the Varsity A race.  He placed 20th with a time of 16:52. Well done, WXC!  Don’t miss your chance to support the Cross Country team at the LCPS Championships here at Woodgrove on Saturday, Sept. 23.
     
    The Girls Field Hockey team improved their record last night to 6-2 winning their 3rd game in 4 nights by defeating Rock Ridge 2-0 (goals by Jenson Bury and Sophia Thompson, and assists by Racheal Lambert helped secure the victory. The girls do not play again until Monday, Sept. 25.
     
    Come cheer on the Lady Wolverines Volleyball team as they take on Heritage tomorrow. Both teams are tied in conference play and could really use your support. Good luck to all team members!
     
    Bring your family and friends for the WERE ALL HUMAN 5k color run/walk on Woodgrove's Cross Country course at 11:00AM on October 1st.
     
    Wrestling: Optional Pre-Season workouts start this week.  Experienced wrestlers are working out 7:15- 8:30 AM Tuesday and Thursday mornings.  Freshmen and Sophmores including those brand new to the sport are meeting Tuesday and Wednesday after school from 4:15-5:30. Stop by room 503 to see Coach Fortney.
     
    September 14
    Come and join Woodgrove Astronomy Club! Our first interest meeting will be held Friday in room 500.  Make sure to see Mrs. Miller in room 500 to get a pass before then.  For further information  follow us @ whs_astronomyclub on Instagram.
     
    Good luck to the Volleyball teams tonight as they travel to Dominion to take on the Titans.  Freshman and JV @ 5:45 and Varsity @ 7:00PM.
     
    The Girls Varsity Field Hockey Team played a well rounded game last night and was able to defeat Park View by a final score or 10-0. Two goals were scored by both Taly Zapanta and Caroline Catterton.  Other goal scorers included Kendall Briscoe, Autumn Birch, Sofia Thompson, Adeline Furlow, Erin Kaplan and Isaella Renda. Assists were credited to Caroline Catterton, Alex Young, Erin Kaplan and Ally Widzinski.  The girls are back in action tonight, taking on Rock Ridge at Briar Woods HS starting at 7:15 PM.
      
    Upcoming College visits: 

    Monday, September 18th Bryant University at 9:30 AM & Washington College at 10:15 AM 
    Tuesday, September 19th Shenandoah University at 9:30 AM & Roanoke College at 2:30 PM 
    Wednesday, September 20th Fairmont State University at 9:30 AM, Shepherd University at 10:15 AM & Marymount University at 2:30 PM                                                   
    Friday, September 22nd Johnson & Wales University at 9:30 AM
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!

    Powder Puff practices start Sept. 11th after school from 4:15-5:15 PM on the practice softball field by the bus loop.  These practices are RAIN OR SHINE! In the event of rain, teams will meet in the Main Foyer outside the Main Office. Practices will NOT be cancelled except in emergency cases.  Reminder, Senior practices will be on Mondays and Wednesdays and Juniors will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays.

    Bring your family and friends for the We're All Human 5k Color run/walk on Woodgrove's Cross Country course at 11:00 AM on October 1st.
     
    Wolverines, are you looking for some volunteer hours? If so, stop by the Career Center today! Volunteers are needed for the Bluemont Fair this weekend, Sept. 16 and Sept. 17. Hours are between 10:00 AM - 5:00PM. Volunteer options include working the admissions gate, cash register, running activities at the Childrens Fair, doing face painting and assisting the colonial reenactors with running activities for kids.
      
    September 13
    There will be a Model UN interest meeting at 8:30 on Thursday, September 14 in Mr. Balas' room (212)
     
    Upcoming College visits: 

    Monday, September 18th Bryant University at 9:30 AM & Washington College at 10:15 AM 
    Tuesday, September 19th Shenandoah University at 9:30 AM & Roanoke College at 2:30 PM 
    Wednesday, September 20th Fairmont State University at 9:30 AM, Shepherd University at 10:15 AM & Marymount University at 2:30 PM                                                   
    Friday, September 22nd Johnson & Wales University at 9:30 AM
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!

    Powder Puff practices start Sept. 11th after school from 4:15-5:15 PM on the practice softball field by the bus loop.  These practices are RAIN OR SHINE! In the event of rain, teams will meet in the Main Foyer outside the Main Office. Practices will NOT be cancelled except in emergency cases.  Reminder, Senior practices will be on Mondays and Wednesdays and Juniors will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays.

    There will be an interest meeting for the Medical Explorers Club this Thursday morning at 8:15 AM in room 506. Join the "remind by texting" @ WHSmed to 81010.
     
     
    The first meeting of Mu Alpha Theta (math honor society) will be held on 9/14 @ 8:30 AM in L402. Ask your math teacher for details!
     
    Bring your family and friends for the We're All Human 5k Color run/walk on Woodgrove's Cross Country course at 11:00 AM on October 1st.
     
    Wolverines, are you looking for some volunteer hours? If so, stop by the Career Center today! Volunteers are needed for the Bluemont Fair this weekend, Sept. 16 and Sept. 17. Hours are between 10:00 AM - 5:00PM. Volunteer options include working the admissions gate, cash register, running activities at the Childrens Fair, doing face painting and assisting the colonial reenactors with running activities for kids.
     
    Attention all Battle of the Books members, don't forget there is a meeting this Wednesday in the library after school until 5:00PM. Those of you bringing food and drink, please make sure to bring that in! 
     
     
    September 12 
    Good luck to the Volleyball Teams tonight as they host ParkView. JV at 5:45 and Varsity at 7:00. Good luck girls!
     
    The Girls Varsity Field Hockey Team played another tough game last night, finally prevailing with a 2-1 victory over Stone Bridge.  Strong goaltending by Annabel Kelly and goals by Alex Young and Addison Halveland helped secure the win.  The girl's take their 4-2 record into a Wednesday home matchup.  This is a rare home game for the girls so come on out to the stadium and support the team when they take on Park View
     
    There will be a Model UN interest meeting at 8:30 on Thursday, September 14 in Mr. Balas' room (212)
     
    Upcoming College visits: 

    Monday, September 18th Bryant University at 9:30 AM & Washington College at 10:15 AM
    Tuesday, September 19th Shenandoah University at 9:30 AM & Roanoke College at 2:30 PM
    Wednesday, September 20th Fairmont State University at 9:30 AM, Shepherd University at 10:15 AM & Marymount University at 2:30 PM                                                   
    Friday, September 22nd Johnson & Wales University at 9:30 AM
    If you are interested in attending you must sign up through Naviance and print your pass!

    Varsity Softball check in with Mr. Spicer today.

    Powder Puff practices start Sept. 11th after school from 4:15-5:15 PM on the practice softball field by the bus loop.  These practices are RAIN OR SHINE! In the event of rain, teams will meet in the Main Foyer outside the Main Office. Practices will NOT be cancelled except in emergency cases.  Reminder, Senior practices will be on Mondays and Wednesdays and Juniors will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays.
     
    Any one interested in wrestling for Woodgrove this year please stop by Coach Fortneys room (503) for information regarding both the season and preseason.  This includes both those who have wrestled as well as anyone new. 
     
    There will be an interest meeting for the Medical Explorers Club this Thursday morning at 8:15 AM in room 506. Join the "remind by texting" @ WHSmed to 81010.
     
    Global Ambassadors will be meeting Wednesday at 8:40 AM in room 309.
     
    The first meeting of Mu Alpha Theta (math honor society) will be held on 9/14 @ 8:30 AM in L402. Ask your math teacher for details!
     
    Bring your family and friends for the We're All Human 5k Color run/walk on Woodgrove's Cross Country course at 11:00 AM on October 1st.
     
    Wolverines, are you looking for some volunteer hours? If so, stop by the Career Center today! Volunteers are needed for the Bluemont Fair this weekend, Sept. 16 and Sept. 17. Hours are between 10:00 AM - 5:00PM. Volunteer options include working the admissions gate, cash register, running activities at the Childrens Fair, doing face painting and assisting the colonial reenactors with running activities for kids.
     
    Attention all Battle of the Books members, don't forget there is a meeting this Wednesday in the library after school until 5:00PM. Those of you bringing food and drink, please make sure to bring that in! 
     
    September 11
    Sophmores and Juniors:  A representative from the Virginia Govenor's School will be here on Tuesday, September 12th at 9:30 AM to present on the Summer Residential program and application process.  There is an Academic and Fine Arts program.  If you are interested in attending please sign up through Naviance or stop by the Career Center. 
     
    Powder Puff practices start Sept. 11th after school from 4:15-5:15 PM on the practice softball field by the bus loop.  These practices are RAIN OR SHINE! In the event of rain, teams will meet in the Main Foyer outside the Main Office. Practices will NOT be cancelled except in emergency cases.  Reminder, Senior practices will be on Mondays and Wednesdays and Juniors will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays.
     
    Any one interested in wrestling for Woodgrove this year please stop by Coach Fortneys room (503) for information regarding both the season and preseason.  This includes both those who have wrestled as well as anyone new. 
     
    There will be an interest meeting for the Medical Explorers Club this Thursday morning at 8:15 AM in room 506. Join the "remind by texting" @ WHSmed to 81010.
     
    Global Ambassadors will be meeting Wednesday at 8:40 AM in room 309.
     
    The first meeting of Mu Alpha Theta (math honor society) will be held on 9/14 @ 8:30 AM in L402. Ask your math teacher for details!
     
    Bring your family and friends for the We're All Human 5k Color run/walk on Woodgrove's Cross Country course at 11:00 AM on October 1st.
     
    Wolverines, are you looking for some volunteer hours? If so, stop by the Career Center today! Volunteers are needed for the Bluemont Fair this weekend, Sept. 16 and Sept. 17. Hours are between 10:00 AM - 5:00PM. Volunteer options include working the admissions gate, cash register, running activities at the Childrens Fair, doing face painting and assisting the colonial reenactors with running activities for kids.
     
    Attention all Battle of the Books members, don't forget there is a meeting this Wednesday in the library after school until 5:00PM. Those of you bringing food and drink, please make sure to bring that in! 
     
    September 8
    Powder Puff practices start September 11.  Seniors practice on Mondays and Wednesdays. Juniors will practice on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Practices will be held on the practice softball field behind the bus loop from 4:15-5:15PM. Coaches and players should attend.
     
    All members of the International Thespian Society: there is a mandatory general meeting on Monday the 11th during DEN time in the black box.  See Mr. Noland for a pass.
     
    Are you interested in a career in science and medicine? The Medical  Explorers Club will be meeting for the first time this year on Thursday, Sept. 14th at 8:15 AM in room 506.  Join our "remind" account by texting @whsmed to 81010.  This information can be found on posters in the science hallway.
     
    We're All Human 5k Color Run: Sign up for the We're All Human 5k Color Run by Sunday, September 10th to guarentee a free shirt! The run/walk will be held at Woodgrove on the Cross Country course at 11:00 AM on October 1st.
      
    A friendly reminder from our PEER program.  We are seeking Woodgrove 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students who are interested in being a mentor for a Mountainview student. Our group will meet twice a month from 8:15 AM - 8:50 AM on Thursdays.  Applications are available in the Counseling Department. Deadline for applications is Friday, September 8th. 
     
    Any ladies interest in playing Girls Softball, please join us at the meeting this Thursday, September 7th during open lunch in Room 402.
     
    Junior Class:  Powder Puff forms are due this Friday, September 8th.  Bring your forms to Ms. Leslie if you want to play, coach or cheerlead.
     
    All members of the International Thespian Society, there is a mandatory meeting on Monday, September 11th during DEN Time in the Black Box.  See Mr. Noland for a pass.
        
    Freshman Football improved their record to 2-0 with an impressive 32-0 win over Broad Run.

     

    September 7
    Powder Puff practices start September 11.  Seniors practice on Mondays and Wednesdays. Juniors will practice on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Practices will be held on the practice softball field behind the bus loop from 4:15-5:15PM. Coaches and players should attend.
     
    Are you interested in a career in science and medicine? The Medical  Explorers Club will be meeting for the first time this year on Thursday, Sept. 14th at 8:15 AM in room 506.  Join our "remind" account by texting @whsmed to 81010.  This information can be found on posters in the science hallway.
     
    We're All Human 5k Color Run: Sign up for the We're All Human 5k Color Run by Sunday, September 10th to guarentee a free shirt! The run/walk will be held at Woodgrove on the Cross Country course at 11:00 AM on October 1st.
      
    A friendly reminder from our PEER program.  We are seeking Woodgrove 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students who are interested in being a mentor for a Mountainview student. Our group will meet twice a month from 8:15 AM - 8:50 AM on Thursdays.  Applications are available in the Counseling Department. Deadline for applications is Friday, September 8th. 
     
    Any ladies interest in playing Girls Softball, please join us at the meeting this Thursday, September 7th during open lunch in Room 402.
     
    Junior Class:  Powder Puff forms are due this Friday, September 8th.  Bring your forms to Ms. Leslie if you want to play, coach or cheerlead.
     
    All members of the International Thespian Society, there is a mandatory meeting on Monday, September 11th during DEN Time in the Black Box.  See Mr. Noland for a pass.
      
    There will be a BOYS Soccer interest meeting on Thursday, Sept. 7th at 4:15 PM in the wrestling room. All interested players should attend.
      
    Attention current and interested members of TRI-M:  The meeting planned for September 6th has been moved to September 7th.
     
    September 6   
    Golf Game for today has been postponed. Make-up date and time will be announced.
     
    The Varsity Volleyball Team increased their record to 5-0 last night defeating Kettle Run in 3 sets: 25-21, 25-9 and 25-14. Outstanding job by all team members.  The team travels to Loudoun County Thursday evening to take on the Raiders. Good Luck!
    Congratulations to Maddie Erb on her verbal commitment to play volleyball at Christopher Newport University next fall. Well done Maddie!
     
    We're All Human 5k Color Run: Sign up for the We're All Human 5k Color Run by Sunday, September 10th to guarentee a free shirt! The run/walk will be held at Woodgrove on the Cross Country course at 11:00 AM on October 1st.
     
    There is a new club at Woodgrove - STUDENTS UNITED.
    Students United stands to unite students here at Woodgrove not only on cultural and physical backgrounds, but on personal interests as well.  Throughout the year, we plan on having different events to educate and empower others on the differences that unite us all! Join us Thursday, Sept. 7, during open lunch in the auxillary gym for an interest meeting.
     
    A friendly reminder from our PEER program.  We are seeking Woodgrove 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students who are interested in being a mentor for a Mountainview student. Our group will meet twice a month from 8:15 AM - 8:50 AM on Thursdays.  Applications are available in the Counseling Department. Deadline for applications is Friday, September 8th. 
     
    Any ladies interest in playing Girls Softball, please join us at the meeting this Thursday, September 7th during open lunch in Room 402.
     
    Junior Class:  Powder Puff forms are due this Friday, September 8th.  Bring your forms to Ms. Leslie if you want to play, coach or cheerlead.
     
    All members of the International Thespian Society, there is a mandatory meeting on Monday, September 11th during DEN Time in the Black Box.  See Mr. Noland for a pass.
     
    We're All Human will have a kick off a meeting on Thursday, September 7th during DEN time.  If interested in attending, please stop by the Counseling Office to request a pass by Wednesday 9/6.
     
    There will be a Girls Tennis interest meeting on Thursday, Sept. 7th at the beginning of Open Lunch in room 404.  All girls interested interested in tennis this year should plan to attend.
     
    There will be a GIRLS Soccer interest meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 6th after school in the cafeteria. All interested players should attend.
     
    There will be a BOYS Soccer interest meeting on Thursday, Sept. 7th at 4:15 PM in the wrestling room. All interested players should attend.
      
    Attention current and interested members of TRI-M:  The meeting planned for September 6th has been moved to September 7th.
     
    September 5
    Any ladies interest in playing Girls Softball, please join us at the meeting this Thursday, September 7th during open lunch in Room 402.
     
    Junior Class:  Powder Puff forms are due this Friday, September 8th.  Bring your forms to Ms. Leslie if you want to play, coach or cheerlead.
     
    All members of the International Thespian Society, there is a mandatory meeting on Monday, September 11th during DEN Time in the Black Box.  See Mr. Noland for a pass.
     
    We're All Human will have a kick off a meeting on Thursday, September 7th during DEN time.  If interested in attending, please stop by the Counseling Office to request a pass by Wednesday 9/6.
     
    There will be a Girls Tennis interest meeting on Thursday, Sept. 7th at the beginning of Open Lunch in room 404.  All girls interested interested in tennis this year should plan to attend.
     
    There will be a Girls Soccer interest meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 6th after school in the cafeteria. All interested players should attend.
     
    The Lemon Club will have an interest meeting this Thursday during open lunch for people who want to help bring an end to pediactric is looking for thoughtful, hard working people to join in the fight against childhood cancer. If interested stop by Mrs. Bingamans room, L604 or find one of the many posters located around the school. 
     
    Attention current and interested members of TRI-M:  The meeting planned for September 6th has been moved to September 7th.
     
    September 1
    We're All Human will have a kick off a meeting on Thursday, September 7th during DEN time.  If interested in attending, please stop by the Counseling Office to request a pass by Wednesday 9/6.
     
    There will be a Girls Tennis interest meeting on Thursday, Sept. 7th at the beginning of Open Lunch in room 404.  All girls interested interested in tennis this year should plan to attend.
     
    There will be a Girls Soccer interest meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 6th after school in the cafeteria. All interested players should attend.
     
    The Lemon Club is looking for thoughtful, hard working people to join in the fight against childhood cancer. If interested stop by Mrs. Bingamans room, L604 or find one of the many posters located around the school. 
     
    August 31
    There will be a Girls Tennis interest meeting on Thursday, Sept. 7th at the beginning of Open Lunch in room 404.  All girls interested interested in tennis this year should plan to attend.
     
    There will be a Girls Soccer interest meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 6th after school in the cafeteria. All interested players should attend.
     
    The Girls Varsity Field Hockey team won their third game of the season last night defeating Freedom 5-0. Goalies Lauryl King and Annabel Kelly each played a half, stopping all of  Freedom's shots, with Annabel dazzling the crowd with an impressive 2nd half save.  Goal scorers include Caroline Catterton who scored 3 times, along with one each from Jensen Bury and Addison Halveland.  The girls play again next Wednesday away from home when they take on Briar Woods starting at 6:30 PM. Great job girls!
     
    JUNIORS: If you are interested in purchasing a class ring, a representative from Balfour will be here for Back to School night in the Main Lobby with a ring display and information. Representative will only be here twice so plan accordingly.  
      
    Attention all 10th, 11th and 12th graders involved in music classes. There will be an interest meeting on September 6th during DEN time for aspiring and returning members. Please see one of the music teachers for Tri-M officers with any questions.
     
    Attention all  Tri-M. Applications are now available on the Modern, Music Masters website.  See the notification board outside room 805 next to the instrument mural.  
     
    The Lemon Club is looking for thoughtful, hard working people to join in the fight against childhood cancer. If interested stop by Mrs. Bingamans room, L604 or find one of the many posters located around the school.
     
    Junior Class Council will meet on Wednesdays at 8:15 in Room 611.  Join us to help get ready for Homecoming and the upcoming Powder Puff game. 
     
    Powder Puff game will be October 4th.  Seniors and Juniors interested in playing can pick up a packet in room 611, L407 or the Main Office.  See Ms. Leslie or Mr. Acquino with any questions.
     
    August 30 
    Join Battle of the Books! Our first meeting is Wednesday, August 30, after school in the library until 5:00PM. There is a sign up sheet and poster board in the library. Join us!
      
    JUNIORS: If you are interested in purchasing a class ring, a representative from Balfour will be here for Back to School night in the Main Lobby with a ring display and information. Representative will only be here twice so plan accordingly.  
      
    Attention all 10th, 11th and 12th graders involved in music classes. There will be an interest meeting on September 6th during DEN time for aspiring and returning members. Please see one of the music teachers for Tri-M officers with any questions.
     
    Attention all aspiring members of Tri-M. Applications are now available on the Modern, Music Masters website.  See the notification board outside room 805 next to the instrument mural.  
     
    The Lemon Club is looking for thoughtful, hard working people to join in the fight against childhood cancer. If interested stop by Mrs. Bingamans room, L604 or find one of the many posters located around the school.
     
    Mr. Hoffmann would like any student who took Astronomy last year as an 11th grader to stop by room 512 when they have a few moments.
       
    Junior Class Council will meet on Wednesdays at 8:15 in Room 611.  Join us to help get ready for Homecoming and the upcoming Powder Puff game. 
     
    Powder Puff game will be October 4th.  Seniors and Juniors interested in playing can pick up a packet in room 611, L407 or the Main Office.  See Ms. Leslie or Mr. Acquino with any questions.
     
    August 29
    Golf practice is cancelled for today. Next practice will be Thursday.
     
    Woodgrove Cross Country competed in the Great Meadow Invitational on Saturday.  Woodgrove had strong finishes with Kylie Budd, Emma Jane Kimmett, and Shelby Kostal crossing the finishing line in under 22 minutes. Our fastest girl's finisher, Sophie Hudak, finished with a time of 20:08 earning her 14th place in the Varsity A race.  On the boys side, turning in times under 19 minutes were Frank Ricker, Sam Schnaubel, Jack Cohen, Will Fincher and our fastest boy's finisher, Rylan Pettit, with a time of 16:39 earning him 8th place in the Varsity A race. Great Job, WXC!
     
    Join Battle of the Books! Our first meeting is Wednesday, August 30, after school in the library until 5:00PM.  There is a sign up sheet and poster board in the library. Join us!
     
    JUNIORS: If you are interested in purchasing a class ring, a representative from Balfour will be here for Back to School night in the Main Lobby with a ring display and information. Representative will only be here twice so plan accordingly. 
     
    Senior Class Council will meet Wednesday morning in room 502 at 8:15 AM. Come ready to plan for Homecoming.
     
    Big win last night for the Freshman football team. 20-18 over Loudoun County. Go Wolverines!
     
    Attention all 10th, 11th and 12th graders involved in music classes. There will be an interest meeting on September 6th during DEN time for aspiring and returning members. Please see one of the music teachers for Tri-M officers with any questions.
     
    Attention all aspiring members of Tri-M. Applications are now available on the Modern, Music Masters website.  See the notification board outside room 805 next to the instrument mural.  
     
    The Lemon Club is looking for thoughtful, hard working people to join in the fight against childhood cancer. If interested stop by Mrs. Bingamans room, L604 or find one of the many posters located around the school.
       
    Junior Class Council will meet on Wednesdays at 8:15 in Room 611.  Join us to help get ready for Homecoming and the upcoming Powder Puff game. 
     
    Powder Puff game will be October 4th.  Seniors and Juniors interested in playing can pick up a packet in room 611, L407 or the Main Office.  See Ms. Leslie or Mr. Acquino with any questions.
        
    August 28
    Junior Class Council will meet on Wednesdays at 8:15 in Room 611.  Join us to help get ready for Homecoming and the upcoming Powder Puff game.  
     
    Powder Puff game will be October 4th.  Seniors and Juniors interested in playing can pick up a packet in room 611, L407 or the Main Office.  See Ms. Leslie or Mr. Acquino with any questions.
     
    JUNIORS: If you are interested in purchasing a class ring, a representative from Balfour will be here for Back to School night in the Main Lobby with a ring display and information. Representative will only be here twice so plan accordingly.
     
    August 25
    Junior Class Council will meet on Wednesdays at 8:15 in Room 611.  Join us to help get ready for Homecoming and the upcoming Powder Puff game. 
     
    Powder Puff game will be October 4th.  Seniors and Juniors interested in playing can pick up a packet in room 611, L407 or the Main Office.  See Ms. Leslie or Mr. Acquino with any questions.
     
    JUNIORS: If you are interested in purchasing a class ring, a representative from Balfour will be here for Back to School night in the Main Lobby with a ring display and information. Representative will only be here twice so plan accordingly. 
     
    August 24
     
     Welcome back Woodgrove Wolverines!
     
    Our fall production "Mother Courage and Her Children" will rehearse today from 4-6 in the Black Box.
     
    Auditions for this year's competition play "Stroke Static" will be held Monday from 4-6 in the Black Box. Questions? See Mr. Noland in room 802.
     
    Junior Class Council will meet on Wednesdays at 8:15 in Room 611.  Join us to help get ready for Homecoming and the upcoming Powder Puff game.  
     
    Powder Puff game will be October 4th.  Seniors and Juniors interested in playing can pick up a packet in room 611, L407 or the Main Office.  See Ms. Leslie or Mr. Acquino with any questions.
     
    JUNIORS: If you are interested in purchasing a class ring, a representative from Balfour will be here for Back to School night in the Main Lobby with a ring display and information. Representative will only be here twice so plan accordingly.