Watts Learning Center

The Watts Learning Center (WLC) will be a world-class, child-centered, K-8 institution of learning with strong ties to families and the community

Developing World Citizens: WLC International Travelers

Articulating Informed Perspectives on International Problems with Community

Communicate Effectively, Think Creatively, Work Collaboratively, Solve Problems

Creating Model Designs and Solutions

Inquiry + Investigation + Research = Defining and Solving Real-World Problems

WLC Leadership and Supporters

Fostering Habits of Mind and Reasoning to Solve Problem

Meaningful and Productive Dialogue for Continuous Learning

WLC Alumni: Aaron Chism, Morehouse College Alumni & Mr. Fisher, Bd. President

Learner-Driven Inquiry = Planning and Carrying Out Investigations

WLC Elementary Campus

Our Commitment: WLC Students and Learning

Providing Children and Families with a World Class Education

Providing Children with Experiences and Exposure for a Lifetime

WLC Alumni: Fallon & Mary Griffin, UC Berkeley Alumni & Enrolled in Law School

Fostering Particular Habits, Commitments and Responsibilities for Leadership

Designing Models and Solutions to Improve the Community

Preparing Every Child to Read on Grade Level for Understanding

A Culture of Mutual Respect and Continuous Learning For Every Child

News & Announcements

WLCCMS-Million Word Challenge

This year WLCCMS is participating in the 2017 Million Word Challenge, a reading campaign that promotes a culture of literacy at home. The campaign encourages students to read millions of words, outside of school time from March 1-May 10, 2017. Our school will select one student winner to receive a prize. Here is how you can help your child during the campaign: Please click the link for more information and to register.

WLCCMS celebrates preteen vaccine week!

The California Department of Public Health along with LACIP will be celebrating Preteen Vaccine Week from February 7 – 13, 2016. The goal of 2016’s Preteen Vaccine Week campaign is to raise awareness about California’s Tdap requirement for incoming 7th grade students, immunization recommendations for 11-and 12-year-olds, and promoting the preteen doctor visit through multiple avenues such as schools, providers, and the media.

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Calendar

Parent Appreciation Day/ Awards Assembly
Date: 5/17/2017, 4 PM 6 PM
Memorial Day - No School
Date: 5/29/2017
5th Grade Culmination
Date: 6/7/2017, 10 AM 12 PM
Location: WLCAC