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Welcome to Wethersfield Public Schools

Our system encompasses seven schools which provide a high academic standard of education to approximately 3,700 students in PreK through grade 12. Located in historic Wethersfield, Connecticut, the District prides itself on its record of student achievement and academic standards.

Our focus is on ensuring that students acquire the skills and knowledge for lifelong learning, develop a positive sense of self and self-discipline, and function as responsible citizens of society.

Our students benefit from a close partnership between the District and the Wethersfield community as well as from strong parental support and involvement. More than 3,600 students attend one of five neighborhood K-6 elementary schools, matriculating to our middle school and high school. At all levels, students are exposed to a variety of learning experiences both in the classroom and through athletics, the arts, and other co-curricular activities - experiences that help them explore and discover their talents and interests. Students are guided in this journey of discovery by our talented and dedicated faculty who are committed to all learners and whose mission is to ensure that all students truly can be successful.


Holidays of Wethersfield's World

Wethersfield's rich diversity is on display this summer, as parent volunteers from Wethersfield's People Empowering People teach up with Wethersfield Historical Society to present an exhibit to celebrate diversity of local families.

Dollars for Scholars Golf Outing

Come support the 21st Annual Wethersfield Dollars for Scholars Golf Outing (co-sponsored by Wethersfield Country Club) on Monday, August 6, 2018. For more information, contact Gina Cusano (Gina@Tuellcpa.com).

WPS Teacher and Para Educator of the Year

It is with great excitement that Central Office is pleased to announce the 2018-19 Teacher of the Year and Paraeducator of the Year. Jennifer Lizee-Hammer, Literacy Curriculum Specialist at Webb and Emerson-Williams Schools and Pat Mahder, Para Educator at Hanmer School were surprised with this great honor today!