Health Protocols for Students & Staff

The health and safety of our students, staff and entire school community is our highest priority as we plan for the reopening of school. It is absolutely critical that students and staff who show any signs of illness stay home and not report to school. If you have questions about the health of your child/yourself, or the health of anyone in your family, please contact your school directly and speak with the school nurse or principal. In collaboration with the Central CT Health Department, the following information is provided as guidance for navigating the complexities of COVID-19.

COVID Health Protocols for Students and Staff 6-15-2021.pdf

WHS Graduation 2021

Click the pictures to view the WHS Graduation Ceremony, and the valedictorian's speech, which was streamed live on June 11, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.

American Rescue Plan Stakeholder Survey

Wethersfield Public Schools is utilizing a survey to engage various stakeholders with specific student interests. The results will allow Wethersfield Public Schools to formulate an appropriate plan for maximizing the benefit and use of the allocated federal funding. Please click the link below to view and fill out the survey form.
American Rescue Plan Stakeholder Survey

Effective July 26th, the survey is no longer accepting responses. Thank you for the feedback.

Looking for a way to provide your incoming Kindergarten - Grade 8 child with summer learning opportunities?

Wethersfield Public Schools is excited to once again offer CLASS (Continued Learning Across Summer Session)!

This summer’s Kindergarten - Grade 8 program pairs the success of last year’s themed academic “skill booster” courses, with new and engaging integrated “mini-courses”; all designed with the goal of extending learning across the summer!

Children Receive Free Admission at CT Museums

From July 1 to September 6, 2021, all Connecticut children age 18 and under – plus one accompanying adult – will receive free admission to any of the participating museums, including historic house museums, historic sites, historical societies, art museums, children’s museums, science centers, special-interest museums, natural history museums, university museums, arboretums/botanical gardens, and zoos.

Summer Enrichment &

Recreational Opportunities

CSDE recently announced the deployment of a portion of the federal ARP ESSER state set-aside funds to expand affordable access to summer enrichment and recreational opportunities with an emphasis on children and communities most impacted by the pandemic.

Please help us spread the word about these opportunities, especially to families who may benefit from the many low-cost options available, by sharing the attached fliers (in English and Spanish) with your school communities, e.g. email blast, hand out at summer meals’ sites, etc.

Please join us in recognizing and celebrating the amazing talents and passions of these two talented educators!

Webb-Deane-Steven’s Museum Announces SUMMER STAGE

featuring FREE outdoor theatre performances by the New Zenith Theatre

Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum is partnering with the New Zenith Theatre to present free Wednesday evening productions on the lawn, on the site of the museum’s historic Webb barn and gardens in Old Wethersfield. Performance dates are July 21, 28, August 4, 11 with two productions geared toward young and family audiences which will play in repertory.

The Museum grounds open at 5:30pm. You are invited to bring picnic dinner between 5:30 and 6:45. That night’s production begins following the picnic dinner. Please bring blanket and/or beach chairs. Tickets are free but SPACE IS LIMITED. Reservations for free tickets can be made in advance by calling the museum: 860-529-0612

TUCK EVERLASTING, a new musical

Tuck is performed concert style on the outdoor stage.

For ages 8 and older. This young audience version runs approx. 70 minutes

DATES: Wednesdays at 6:45pm, July 21, August 4

Rain Dates, the following night: Thursday July 22, Thursday August 5


William Shakespeare’s greatest comedy • a reduced version by Ed Wierzbicki

For ages 10 and older. The performance runs approx. 85 minutes

DATES: Wednesdays at 6:45, July 28 & August 11

Rain Dates, the following night, Thursday July 29, Thursday August 12


Flyer PDF