Don't miss the chance to see our talented Mrs. Neil perform.
This dramatic production is an adaption from short stories by Kurt Vonnegut and directed by David Pearson. Opening night at Westminster Theatre will by March 24
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!
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, March 29th or 30th. Parents will begin collecting them at 7:10 AM near Ms. Huntress's desk. Thanks in advance for your donations!
On March 5th, our Warren-Walker families showed their community spirit by supporting our "Helping the Homeless" program which provide healthy lunches for the homeless.
Our La Mesa Lower School community made over 200 bags to provide to PATH, an organization that assists the homeless. The Director at PATH stated "One of the veterans said he took his lunch to work today. It reminded him of having a home to make a lunch in and it really made his day!"
Jr. Gulls Camp Gulls for ages 2.5 years old to entering Kindergarten will involve hands-on activities, music, dance, and essential school skills will all be part of this exciting summer program!
Seaside Players Drama Camp for entering 1st-6th grades offers a fun-filled 3 week camp! Learn all about make-up, costume and set design, improvisation, and dance. Perform in an exciting production for friends & fam
All 3rd-5th graders are encouraged and invited to attend our Morning of Mindstorms. The early morning sessions provide an opportunity to further explore the world of robotics and hone in on programming skills. No sign-up or experience is necessary and all are welcome. Students should meet in the science room
Congratulations to Diego for qualifying to participate at the California State level in the National Geographic Bee!
Coming up, Saturday, March 18th, is our annual Parent Party.Be sure to check out the Teacher Features at the Parent Party website. From a pool party at Mrs. Herrera's house, a day at the New Children's Museum with Miss. Souser to bowling and arcade games with Mr. Volker and more. There's something for everyone...
Camp Gulls, created by our own faculty and alumni counselors, incorporated a variety of hands-on activities, numerous field trips, collaborative projects, and all-around fun. However, due to increasing demand for preschool-age through Kindergarten summer programs (Jr. Camp Gulls) we are refocusing Camp Gulls' resources to meet this need. Therefore, we will no longer offer summer camp to grades 1st- 8th and will offer only Jr Camp Gulls Programs for ages 2 ½ to entering Kindergarten.
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...
Mr.s Iacono's After-School Yoga class visited seniors at the Golden Living of Point Loma in conjunction with our community service project led by our parent-volunteer, Angela Jones.
Mrs. Iacono and our students invited the seniors to breathe and move with them through their sun salutations and poses. Mrs. I was proud of the level of respect and kindness displayed by our students.
Teachers show their spirit with quite the entrance to the Spirit Game. Their "Globetrotter" Style antics were no match for the WW basketball team especially with the cheerleader's stunning performance. Watch videos of both here.
Warren-Walker Middle School's annual Tea Ceremony and Asian Celebration. This elaborate event was the culmination of a comprehensive study of the histories of Japan and China in both English and History, where students read The Red Scarf Girl in History and The Samurai's Tale in English. The Tea Ceremony showcased this ancient art, as well as the students' research projects, tachi, decorated chopsticks, and war banners, all created by the students.
The WWPA is collecting wine for our wine raffle at this year's parent party. Its an easy way to support the event...