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Everything is in Bloom

Saturday Share and Shop

April 14 from 9-12

Woodgrove HS Cafeteria

How You Can Help

  • Donate clean, gently used clothes, shoes and formal wear (Woodgrove’s Prom is April 28)
  • Please sort and label clothing by size and gender
  • Donate household items and sports equipment

Donations will be collected at cluster schools April 9-12.

Woodgrove HS, Harmony Middle, and Lovetsville, Ken Culbert, Mountain View, Waterford, Hillsboro, as well as Round Hill Elementary Schools.

How It Can Help You

  • Come to Woodgrove on April 14th to SHOP!

All donated items will be displayed and everything is FREE!

Any questions contact your school Parent Liaison or Pam Hayba at pam.hayba@lcps.org or 540-751-2600

Ah!  The Sweet Sounds of Spring

Once Upon a Mattress, a musical comedy made famous by comedian Carol Burnett.

May 3, 4, and 5 at 7:00pm and on May 6 at 2:00pm

Tickets are $10

Performance presented by the Woodgrove Theatre Arts, Choral, and Music Departments
Attention Loudoun Business

Advertising space is still available in the program.

Business card ads are $10.  Quarter page ads are $20. Half page ads are $50. Full page ads are $100.

Talented tailors and seamstresses needed

Any talented community members who can make or would like to contribute one or two costumes would be greatly appreciated.

Contact Director, David Noland at 540-751-2605 for more information.

Congratulations Woodgrove Music Department ?

The Wind Ensemble attended the VBODA District 16 concert festival March 3rd .

  • They received a “Superior” rating in Sight Reading and an “Excellent” rating for their Stage Performance

The Woodgrove Orchestras attended the District Assessment on March 10th.

  • Advanced Orchestra received a “Superior” rating on Performance and Sight Reading
  • Intermediate Orchestra scored an “Excellent” rating on Performance and a “Superior” rating on Sight Reading.

The Woodgrove Choirs attended the District Assessments on March 24th

  • Men’s Choir received a “Superior” rating on Performance
  • Advanced Women’s Choir earned a “Superior” on Performance and Sight Reading

On The Road Again

The Music Department (Band, Chorus, Strings, and Guitars) is packing up and heading to Orlando, Florida on March 28 to participate in the Heritage Festival Assessments.

The Theatre and Art Departments will be traveling to New York City April 12 to experience Broadway and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Growing Strong

Regional Science Fair on March 15th hosted by Woodgrove

Congratulations to the following Wolverines:

Justin Virts – 1st place, Chemistry

Saajid Hasan – 3rd place, Chemistry

Cailey Oswald – Honorable Mention, Chemistry
Madeline Warndorff  – 2nd place, Animal Sciences
Amanda Dukinfield  – 3rd place, Behavioral and Social Science

Michael Erb – Honorable Mention, Behavioral and Social Science
Kyle Sargent – 3rd place Mathematical Science

State History Bowl

Congratulations to the following Wolverines:

Chris Miller won the individual Varsity State Championship and qualified for Varsity National Competition.

Steven Sholl and Matt Heim qualified for Junior Varsity National Competition.

The History Team placed 2nd overall – Members include Steven Sholl, Matt Heim, Jarrett Bramhall, Eric Smetena, Mikey Erb, Keegan Ottoson and Chris Miller

The Woodgrove Academic Team will return to compete again on NBC It’s Academic show April 28. Don’t miss it.

It’s Time for Spring Sports

Batter Up!

Baseball – 3-1

Softball – 3-1


Lacrosse – Girls  0-1

Wolverine Moving On

Ashlyn Dacy to play Lacrosse for Mary Washington


Soccer – Girls   4-0    Boys 4-1

Serving Up Some Love

Tennis – Girls 5-0     Boys 1-4


Dane Mullins

Woodgrove High School

Class of 2012



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