Warren-Walker Parent Association
The Warren-Walker Parent Association (WWPA), established in 1986, is an organization comprised of all the parents of Warren-Walker students. The purpose of this organization is to support the school in any manner the members, working closely with the administration, deem appropriate. The WWPA’s primary goal is to enhance the students’ educational environment by providing an effective vehicle for channeling the creativity, resources, and energies of the parents and community.
The primary fund-raising events conducted by the WWPA include the Parent Party, gift-wrap sale, and the Book Fair. The proceeds from these events support a wide variety of programs. The WWPA provides an Arts Enrichment program, which annually brings a series of performing art programs on campus for the students, in addition to providing financial backing for the class plays. Other WWPA-supported enhancements to the curriculum include mini-grant awards for teachers to acquire specific classroom items, the purchase of books for the library and classrooms, and new technology for the computer labs.
The WWPA sponsors various activities aimed at increasing communication between parents and the school. These activities include the school directory, the Back-to-School luncheon for faculty and administration, and the coordination of room and grade parents. The WWPA also organizes the family barbecues and produces the yearbook. Finally, the WWPA arranges community service events with various charitable organizations in order to teach the children how to give back to their community.
The WWPA is proud of its relationship with the teachers and administrators at Warren-Walker School. Through the continued involvement of the parents, the WWPA will strive to uphold its tradition of supporting the school and the educational goals it has set for the students.