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Dear parents, students, staff and friends of Woodgrove High School:

Wow. This summer flew by. Altogether too fleeting, so too has been my time at Woodgrove. This year will be my last. After the graduation ceremonies are over in June, I will no longer have any students in LCPS.  That is as hard to imagine as it is to write. It is both bitter and sweet.
I feel like during the time my own kids were at Woodgrove, the school itself has grown from a simple black and white sketch to a full color rendering and a force to be reckoned with in all things academic, athletic and artistic.
From the first staff welcome back breakfast to the final Senior breakfast and the Grad Party that follows, the PTSO has worked some minor and major miracles behind the scenes, and we couldn’t have done it without the help of all our wonderful WHS community, teachers, students, and most of all – parents.
Last year, the PTSO awarded four scholarships to seniors, including two students of the CAMPUS program – the first generation in their family to attend college. The PTSO purchased equipment for new class offerings, funded an online writing program to provide 11th graders taking the writing SOLs with instant feedback to improve their skills, and sponsored a variety of student clubs and organizations competing at regional, national and international levels. As school budget belts were tightened once more, teacher funding requests were also fulfilled by the PTSO- from a classroom set of books and more for the English Department; math manipulatives, curriculum aids and even calculator batteries.
The PTSO provides volunteers for school related activities – from staff appreciation week to the Battle of the Books and also works with the Western Loudoun community organizations. We strive to keep parents informed of all school activities by publishing the Woodgrove Weekly enewsletter, and through our Facebook page and Twitter feed.
 Large or small, please know that everyone in the WHS community can make a difference in our school. We are the Woodgrove Wolverines. Please join us.
Susanne Kahler
WHS PTSO President 


Last Modified on August 17, 2014