Wethersfield School District

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  • Your help is needed! We are quickly approaching spring, and with that brings track season.  As all of you know, we rely on a great deal of support from volunteers in order for our meets to run smoothly and efficiently.  We need as many workers as possible to serve as timers and field event judges for our upcoming track season.  Please consider signing up to work a meet, or several! If you can help, please contact Heidi Merrick by calling the school or by email, hmerrick@geese230.com.


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  • Welcome to Wethersfield School District!  We pride ourselves on functioning as a family of learners.  At Wethersfield, we have developed a strong direction for the future of our students by developing and practicing our core values everyday:

    Wethersfield believes

      •  a successful education is the by-product of effective collaboration between staff, students and parents.
      • connecting real world experiences to our curriculum leads to a better understanding for students.
      • students deserve a safe, positive and nurturing educational and social environment in order for the students to learn and grow.
      • we must use multiple teaching methods, strategies and technology in order to reach all students.
      • students and staff must be held to high expectations in order to provide a quality educational experience in preparing our students for the 21st century.
      • our students and our staff must be life-long learners.
      • we must prepare our students to be respectful, responsible, and responsive citizens.
      • in the importance of recognizing and developing students’ talents and interests in all facets of the school community.
      • the attitudes our staff members bring to school and the classroom on a daily basis has a direct correlation on the success and attitudes of our students.
      • students have to know our staff members and school community cares if we want our students to care.
      • standardized tests provide data for our district to consider, but standardized test data is a very small part of the overall measure of a child’s learning.
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