Neela Thakur - Principal

Mary Lacy - Administrative Assistant

Michelle Camerota - Administrative Clerk

461 Wells Road, Wethersfield, CT 06109

Regular School Day: 8:30AM-3:00PM

Minimum School Day: 8:30AM-12:55 PM

Student Drop off 8:10AM

School Cancellations - Driving Directions

Phone: (860) 571-8360 | Fax: (860) 721-0044

Emerson-Williams Registration Hours:  9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. (no appointment necessary) 

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Keane After School Programs 

Click here for a brochure (pg. 15) for Keane After School Programs at Emerson Williams. This is a wonderful opportunity for students to explore new talents and hobbies or find a new passion. I highly recommend looking into these offerings through the parks and rec. program. You can also get more information on Keane programs by clicking here.

Kindergarten Registration Announcement! 

Attention parents and guardians! Kindergarten registration for the upcoming academic year kicked off on February 1st, 2024.

To ensure a smooth enrollment process, we invite you to visit our official registration webpage. Click here to explore crucial information regarding kindergarten registration. This includes necessary documents, key dates, and any additional details you may need to prepare for this significant milestone in your child's education.


At Emerson-Williams Elementary School, we strongly believe in the joy of learning. Ours is a caring, compassionate environment that respects and supports the dignity of the whole child. We work hand-in-hand with families and the community to develop lifelong learners and contributing members of our changing society.


The Emerson-Williams School was named after two prominent educators, the Reverends Joseph Emerson and Elisha Williams: 

The Reverend Joseph Emerson (1777-1833) was a pioneer in women's education. In addition to writing several educational works, he organized a school of religious instruction for women. In 1824, he moved his female seminary from Massachusetts to the Old Academy on Main Street in Wethersfield.

The Reverend Elisha Williams (1694-1755) was a pioneer in higher education, and a famous teacher in colonial America. He taught at Yale College, when the largest of its three branches was in Wethersfield. In 1726, he was chosen President of the college, and then established in New Haven.