Lower School Academics
At the Lower Schools, reading, mathematics, science, and social studies are taught within the structure of a traditional grade-level program using interdisciplinary units of instruction.
The Lower Schools have a Curriculum Guide and Course of Study which are designed to meet grade-level expectations, and specify the goals and objectives to be achieved. The teachers are encouraged and committed to teach to the multiple intelligences of their students as they find unique and creative ways to engage them in the learning process.
Each school day is fresh and exciting, students enjoy learning, and basic subject matter becomes interesting and readily achievable. On any given day, handmade projects are being shared, students are presenting book reports in costumes that represent main characters, and others are singing a song to learn the states and capitals.
Warren-Walker’s Expected Schoolwide Learning Results* are alive and well in lessons and activities at all grade levels and in the specialist areas
* All Warren-Walker School students are expected to become:
- Respectful and Responsible Citizens
- Successful Scholars
- Independent and Creative Thinkers