Internal Job Postings
To view our vacancies or start/modify an APPLICATION for all Certified, Non-Certified and Temporary Positions please CLICK HERE
Complete the online application only. Please do not forward additional information at this time. Once your application has been submitted, a confirmation email will be sent to you specifying the documents required if called for an interview. Thank you.
Facility Use Forms and Info
Microsoft's Home Use Program
If you would like a copy of the Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) for your home computer (PC or Mac), Microsoft offers a 'Home Use Program' for our staff in Wethersfield.
The following instructions explain how you can obtain a copy of the Microsoft Office software for your home computer:
Microsoft 'Home Use Program' Now Available
Employees of Wethersfield Public School are now eligible to participate in Microsoft’s Software Assurance Home Use Program (HUP). This program enables you to get a licensed copy of most Microsoft® Office desktop PC applications to install and use on your home computer.
Under the Home Use Program, you and our other employees who are users of qualifying applications at work (e.g. Office Enterprise) may acquire a licensed copy of the corresponding Home Use Program software (e.g. Office Enterprise) to install and use on a home computer. You may continue using HUP software while you are under our employment and as long as the corresponding software you use at work has active Software Assurance coverage.
Please note that some product and language versions may not be available at the time you place an order. For up-to-date information on the availability of Home Use Program software, please visit http://microsoft.com/licensing
To access the Microsoft Home Use Program Web site:
1. Go to Microsoft Home Use Program
2. Select the country to which you want your order to be shipped to and choose the language for viewing the order Web site.
3. Enter your Wethersfield Public Schools e-mail address and insert the following program code D990CF4117
Note: This program code is assigned to our organization for our sole use in accessing this site. You may not share this number with anyone outside our organization.
4. Place your order online, and it will be shipped to the location you have chosen. Please note that a fulfillment fee will be charged to cover packaging, shipping, and handling costs.
Apple Computer Users
Once you receive your confirmation email, reenter the site by clicking on BUY NOW on the left side of the page you will see an icon for “Office for Mac” click on the “Learn More” link. This will give you the option to buy Office for Apple Computers.
Commonly asked Question
Q: I have documents created in older versions of Microsoft Office. Will I still be able to open them?
A: Yes. Files created in previous versions of Office can be opened using the newest version of the applications.
Partners in Internet Safety
In the 21st century, the internet plays an increasingly central role in the lives of children and adults alike. It provides a wealth of resources and offers a broad range of opportunities for students to engage with and learn from the world like never before. With these broad capabilities, however, come inherent risks. Children have access to content and communication that extends far beyond the scope of their community. As educators, we are tasked with supporting the development of engaged, thoughtful, and responsible ‘digital citizens.’ Consistent with this mission and the district’s understanding of our ever-changing world, the Wethersfield Schools IT department has developed some tips to support safe and productive use of internet resources in our classrooms.
As educators, we must actively monitor our students’ use of devices in our classrooms. Be aware of how and when your students are accessing the internet. Talk regularly about healthy internet use in your classroom, and set shared classroom guidelines for responsible internet use. Consider trends in students’ internet behavior, and be aware of concerning behaviors including:
● Attempting to hide device use from a staff member or other students
● Showing signs of distress or heightened concern about ‘likes,’ ‘shares,’ or ‘comments’ on social media posts
● Describing videos they have watched or websites they have visited with violent or disturbing content
● Talking frequently about ‘friends’ they have met through social media platforms
To learn more about monitoring your students’ internet use and screen-time, visit https://www.commonsensemedia.org/screen-time.
As a district IT department, we work hard to ensure that student devices are secure and inappropriate content is inaccessible. Be aware that the internet is constantly changing, and notify the IT department immediately of any concerns about security or access on student or district devices.
For additional information and tips about how to protect your students’ privacy on the internet, visit https://www.commonsensemedia.org/privacy-and-internet-safety.
See Something, Say Something!
Encourage your students to make you aware if a person they do not know communicates with them or they encounter a video, social media post, or other content that makes them uncomfortable or seems strange. Similarly, if you encounter anything that seems out of the ordinary on a school device or account, please contact the IT department right away so that we can investigate the concern and, if necessary, take appropriate action.
For additional information about creating safe and productive learning environments with technology, visit https://www.commonsensemedia.org/learning-with-technology.
As always, we are glad to partner with you to ensure that we create safe learning spaces for students across our district. Thank you for your support!