For less than a Starbucks coffee each day you can make a huge difference for all our students! Need more encouragement?....... The Advancement office will host a...
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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 Grade students extract DNA samples from wheat germ cells and simulate Gel Electrophoresis techniques used in DNA fingerprinting.
Our Annual Fund campaign is just $30,000 away from our $150,000 goal with 52% of parent participation. We can reach that goal if we get 100% Parent Participation.
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.
Warren-Walker School's International Program continues to grow and enrich our community. Philosophically, our goal is to provide opportunities for our students to learn about different cultures, to practice character education traits, and to act as influential ambassadors
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.
Middle School's annual Pancake Breakfast was a huge success! Thanks to all our volunteers! Pajama day included all manner of cozy coture!
The Annual Fund Challenge has been set and we need your support to meet our goal! Annual fund dollars support the advancement our program which includes but is not limited to, technology enhancements, gardening and robotics programs, global partnerships, professional growth opportunities for faculty and need-based and merit based scholarships. We need your support today...
Instead of taking the day off for Veterans' Day, WWS spent the day honoring our United States Veterans - writing letters for Operation Gratitude and attending the Veterans' Day Parade downtown!
William Welch attended Warren-Walker School in 1934 making him one of the oldest living Warren-Walker alumni. Mr. Welch attended both La Mesa and Point Loma Veterans Day celebrations. With his sharp memory, he was able to recall stories about Nellie Walker and the Ocean Beach/ Point Loma community the 30's.
6th grade students have been working on the Common Sense Media program called Digital Compass. The focus is to learn about safe and appropriate behaviors online, including but not limited to: personal information, posting on social media, handling gossip, and more. Keep Reading...
We are pleased to announce that two of our eighth grade students, Lily Ehrenfeld and Alex Clementson, were nominated and selected to participate in this prestigious program. Both were recognized at the local club's meeting on October 28 and asked to share their experience.