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For the fourth year in a row, two Warren-Walker SeaPerch Robotics teams took 1st and 2nd place in the SeaPerch Regional Qualifier, each earning an invitation to the National SeaPerch Competition on May 20th at the Georgia Tech in Atlanta! Congratulations to our Gull-Bots! Go Gulls!
We are pleased to notify you of some exciting changes to our Prekindergarten program starting in the 2017-2018 school year! Demographic research indicates that the constituencies we serve have changed dramatically in recent years. This, in addition to contemporary work-style options for parents, and the evolving nature of education, motivates us to do what we have done best for 85 years as an institution – adapt to current needs.
Each year, Mrs. Pashkow holds a meeting for parents of WW girls to discuss "girl drama," conflict resolution, and how parents can help or hinder the process. Please join us on April 26th at 6:00pm at the Middle School.
Day on the Bay is June 11th...You won't want to miss this family-fun event for all!
Please join us for our next "It Takes a Village" parent forum on Monday, May 1st!
This is a unique chance for your child to make their permanent mark in our community. Proceeds from this effort will go directly to the new Playground Project which begins this summer. The tile club contributions are tax-deductible! The new tiles will be installed along the front office wall as we continue to expand this beautification! Tax-Deductible
You are invited as our honored guest for all your energy and enthusiasm as a Warren-Walker School volunteer this past year. All volunteers in big and in small ways are invited and encouraged to attend!
Help us show our gratitude to Warren-Walker Teachers during National Teacher Appreciation Week! The WWPA is planning and hosting a week of events to spoil the teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week May 1- May 5th!
ART SMART Kindergarten-5th grade Art Show We invite you to join us to view over 500 pieces from this year's entire Kindergarten-5th grade art curriculum, on display next Thursday, April 27th from 3:15 to 5:00 pm. The event is open to all families and friends, and light refreshments will be served.
A workshop led by Mr. Eros with participants from 18 other schools - including coaches, classroom teachers, and Athletic Directors from a diverse range of grade levels - addressed the topic of creating a positive and inspired culture of learning.
The final event of our annual 5th grade March Madness Basketball Tournament was held this past week. The Purple and Gold teams were each represented by 5th graders from the La Mesa and Point Loma campuses, and led by Coaches Seau and Eros. The tournament was the culmination of an exciting basketball unit in P.E. where students practiced drills, fundamental skills and offensive/defensive strategies.
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.
Throughout each of our campuses, every grade is given an opportunity to explore and plant gardens. PK, JK and Kindergarten are learning about the life cycles of the butterfly, and planted milkweed to attract Monarch butterflies!
Each year, Mrs. Pashkow holds a meeting for parents of WW girls to discuss "girl drama," conflict resolution, and how parents can help or hinder the process. Please join us on April 26th at 6:00pm at the Middle School.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Book Drive to benefit Care House. WWS donated over 200 books to this wonderful organization! Thank you to our volunteers, Kim Musser and Mia Wentzel for all their hard work!

Trying again and again and again to achieve an appropriately challenging task requires patience. To accomplish more complex tasks over extended periods of time requires perseverance...

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