Grades 9-12

This website is designed to provide families and students with access to resources for boosting skills and/or exploring new concepts during the summer months. Our goal is to provide a variety of fun, engaging and relevant learning options for students to supplement ongoing learning at home.

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Looking for ways to continue the learning at home during the school closure? Click the buttons below to explore supplemental learning resources.

Overdrive Digital Library
The WPS OverDrive collection contains eBooks and audiobooks that can be downloaded by students.
Scholastic Learn At Home
In light of the coronavirus situation, Scholastic has created a free library of day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.
Khan Academy
Khan Academy offers online tools that help educate students. The organization produces short lessons in the form of videos.
CK-12
CK-12 Foundation provides a library of free online textbooks, videos, exercises, flashcards, and real world applications across content areas.
Visit the Wethersfield Public Library's website for access to WPL resources and information regarding the Summer Reading Program.
Check out the WHS Library Media Center webpage for resources across content areas.
We take authentic content from the world's most trusted providers and turn it into learning materials that are classroom-ready
Using the Capstone Interactive Library, choose from different subjects, genres and levels to find just the right book. And every title is supported by audio recorded by professional voice-over artists!
The Smithsonian Science Education Center provides interactive digital resources for K-12 Science.
Explore a library of free and subscription digital learning resources.
is an online web-based language-learning platform on a mission to build better writers.
Learn the fundamentals of Computer Science with drag & drop blocks. Create your own drawings and games.

Resources for Discussing the Coronavirus Situation with High School Students

The global focus on COVID-19/coronavirus can be confusing and scary. See below for resources aimed at helping middle school students understand this complex and evolving situation.