Third grade teachers, Tricia Ring and Natasha Robinson, shared their Native American Unit as an example of multiple intelligences theory and practice with a group of lower and upper school teachers from many other private and independent schools.
The 6th grade capped off their chapter on space exploration chapter with a trip to the California Science Center in Los Angeles to see the Space Shuttle Endeavor. This chapter covered the wonder of space...
Fun Food week is next week! Proceeds benefit the Student Council. Order forms DUE MONDAY. Print order forms here...
Caroline Fisk and Amy Hall presented a workshop at the San Diego County Independent and Private School Network conference about marketing and admissions.
Three WWMS SeaPerch Robotics teams advance to the San Diego Regional competition to compete for a seat at the National Competition in Atlanta, GA. Good Luck, WWMS!
Each day the halls and classrooms at Warren-Walker Middle School buzz with excitement from the myriad of activities and events happening. This month is no different.
By all measures, the independent and private school conference, "Shaping the Future", that all of our faculty, administration, and staff attended on Monday, was remarkable. I am proud to say that Warren-Walker School played a large role in its success, with several of us hosting workshops and chairing organizational committees. Such an event provides important opportunities for professional growth and development, which are key to the success of a School and the program it provides to the students it serves.
Please take your gently used books (Content for all ages welcome!) to school on Wednesday or Thursday next week. Parents will begin collecting them at 7:10 AM near Ms. Huntress's desk. Thanks in advance for your donations!
There are wonderful benefits when children engage with nature.
This weekend is a great opportunity to do something for the environment and fulfill some of the required 8 hours of community service too!
Congratulations to Diego for qualifying to participate at the California State level in the National Geographic Bee!
Our Headmaster's Advisory Council is an important component necessary for successful strategic planning at Warren-Walker School. Made up of parents, faculty and staff, HAC...
Good judgment - making a constructive decision in a challenging and/or dynamic situation - requires many positive character traits. How can you help your child learn good judgment?
Coming up on March 6th & 7th is a WeCare presentation by Richard Louv, author of several books about the value of family-time in nature. His new book, Vitamin N the Essential Guide to a Nature-Rich Life continues his theme of children and families exploring nature for the greater good of, not only families, but the larger community.
Commitment and resilience are the keys to successfully dealing with change...