Each year the 5th - 8th grade students come together to test their knowledge of landforms, continents and geographic wonders in the National Geographic Bee. This year the winner is ...
7th Graders examined a crime scene today collecting mock blood, skin, and hair samples. Next week students, with the help of the Salk Institute, will extract DNA and perform gel electrophoresis to determine DNA profiles and who committed the crime!
Good intentions are just not enough. If we want to change a bad habit, learn something new, or make a positive difference for others, we need self discipline to follow through and succeed.
Sitting on the floor making pillows, eating popcorn and listening to holiday music, WWMS Students made nearly 100 pillows for the homeless! These pillows were distributed at PetCo Park on Christmas Day by the Schultz Family. Thank you the Dylan Shultz and his mom, Annie for organizing this great service project!
The first Grade Level to reach 100% participation (parents have donated to the Annual Fund) between Nov. 1st and Jan. 25th will earn one Free Dress Day every month for the rest of the year for their class! Donations are tax-deductible, however, those made by Dec. 31st will be tax-deductible for the 2017 tax year. Click the DONATE NOW BUTTON!
The Middle School Holiday Tea and Concert with the 4th & 5th Grade Chorus was a joyous event!
WeCare, a consortium of San Diego area independent schools, presents a special screening of ANGST: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety. Don't miss out!
In families, classrooms, and small schools like Warren-Walker, we need to intentionally restore relationships, remove barriers, and hold the worth of others in high esteem. In doing so, we construct and maintain an atmosphere of respect that allows us to focus on helping each child achieve to his or her highest potential.
Annual Fund 2017-2018! We are seeking 100% participation from our School community in this year's Annual Fund. Help us reach our goal by giving today!! Remember, donations made by December 31st are tax-deductible in 2017! Click to donate now...
Spanish class held el desfile de moda, a fashion show to practice using their Spanish vocabulary for clothing. The results were quite a show!
Middle schoolers rolled out of bed and into school in their PJ's and slippers for a Pancake Breakfast! Parents took our extra food and supplies and donated them to Father Joe's Village. A great way to kick off a relaxing week off! Photos...
We are so proud of our 7th grade play! Students wrote lines & stage directions, made their costumes, set each scene and performed in a fun compilation of Shakespeare plays that showcased their wonderful talents!
The Middle School halls were abustle with all manner of creepy creature! Photos of the all the happenings...
Every student needs to use courage everyday...to walk into the class alone, to raise a hand to answer a question, to stand up for him or herself if a playmate is not playing fair, or to present an oral report. We have shared this quote for years, and we stand by it today: "Character may show most in the great moments, but it is made in the small ones." - Phillips Brooks
5th graders visited the Middle School campus and toured the classes, met the teachers and rubbed elbows with their soon-to-be classmates.