Warren-Walker School is committed to good citizenship. Being good citizens promotes learning which leads to academic success and strong leadership. As part of our Expected Schoolwide Learning Results, commitment to community service is valued as we foster the growth of respectful and responsible citizens. The Student Council sponsors Community Service activities throughout the school year. Several of the activities include:
- The American Heart Association’s Jump Rope for Heart
- Beach Clean-ups
- The San Diego River Project
- Walk to Cure Diabetes
- The Meals on Wheels Program
Each Middle School student is required to earn a minimum of eight hours of service each year that has been approved by the Dean or the Student Council advisor. While students earn hours in Community Service projects, other approved activities can include service for a larger community in need (ie. rest home, hospital, food bank, etc.), races or walks for charitable causes, and service that benefits the environment. On average, the Middle School students give over 1,500 hours of Community Service each year, demonstrating that making a positive difference is part of our culture.