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The Middle School enjoyed a pancake breakfast this morning that would make you green with envy! Thank you to all our volunteers who helped out this morning to make our pancake breakfast so great!
Using a model from a social media book blogger, 6th graders have created the Warren-Walker Hallway Book Review, a faux blog reviewing books their friends have chosen to read. Do you see your next good book among these?
Warren-Walker Middle School's Butterfly Project is now in full swing. This project is a call to action through the arts, using the lessons of the Holocaust to educate students about the dangers of hatred and bigotry through the painting of ceramic butterflies, permanently displayed around the world to memorialize each of the 1.5 million children who perished in the Holocaust.
6th grade students have just begun a cross-curricular unit focusing on heroes in both their History & English classes. As they study the heroes of Ancient Greece with Mrs. Ornelas, they will also be reading biographies of modern-day heroes for Mrs. Robinson. What an amazing chance for families to share and discuss their own heroes at home, too!
MS Girls can register to attend an awesome program held at USD on March 10th, 9:15am-3:00pm CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION!
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?
Warren-Walker Walks the Red Carpet! Complete with paparazzi and star studded glamour! Photos...
This week was full of fun costumes and lots of Spirit! Kids really showed their WW Spirit! The Spirit Game was a fun way to finish the week! SPIRIT GAME PHOTOS ADDED...
On Friday, February 1st, as part of the 7th grade unit on Japan, students were visited by friends of Mrs. Robinson who taught them how to write their names in kanji. Kanji is as much art as it is written form - it is the characters unique to Japanese writing. Then, on Monday, students were treated to lunch at Benihana. There, they had a taste of the traditional foods of Japan along with that special entertaining flair that only Benihana can provide! Experiencing the culture of Japan is the best way to learn!
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 exploration...
Honesty requires a lot of courage, respect, responsibility, and good judgment. It is the cornerstone to building a legacy of integrity. It sounds like teaching honesty to children would be difficult, but it is not.
The 8th Grade Life Art Performance was a spectacular success! Students selected a painting to recreate on a 10 foot by 12 foot canvas and completed it with props and costumes. Check out their work...
Middle School students taking Yoga with Mrs. Iacono went next door to teach some moves to the PreK kids - sharing the gifts of presence and breath with them. The little ones loved it and asked the MS kids to please come back again!
7th Graders analyzed DNA evidence collected in a mock crime scene using gel electrophoresis to produce a DNA profile for each of the "tissue samples" collected. The aim to determine the assailant in our CSI DNA Lab. It seems Mr. Pashkow may have some explaining to do...
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 ...

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