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Grolier

School Improvement Plan

Teacher Websites

Student Discipline Plan

Student Discipline Plan for Physical Aggression and Disrespect, Including Abusive Language and/or Gestures 

The safety and respectful treatment of all students and staff members at Emerson-Williams School are of prime importance.  High expectations have been set for student conduct in order to maintain a well-disciplined school environment.  Strictly prohibited are the following behaviors:

  1. Physical contact including fighting, use of hands, feet, or objects to harm someone, use of excessive force during play, such as pushing or tripping.

  2. Disrespect of adults or peers, including profanity, abusive language, threats, inappropriate gestures or noncompliance

Students are expected to avoid physical confrontations, show respect to all children and adults, and use only appropriate language and gestures. If children are involved in a conflict, they are to walk away, report the dispute to an adult, or go to the office to report the problem.  All incidents will be logged in the office and classroom teachers will be notified if one of their students is reported. 

Students involved in any misbehavior as outlined above will receive the following consequences: The level of consequence will be determined by administration and staff. 

  • Level 1 -                      

    • Loss of recess for two days

    • After-school detention until 3:25 p.m. for one day

    • Telephone call and letter home to parents

  • Level 2 -

    • Loss of recess for five days

    • After-school detention until 3:25 p.m. for two days

    • Telephone call and letter home to parents

  • Level 3 - 

    • Student will be removed from the classroom

    • Parent will be called immediately to remove student from school

    • Principal/teacher/parent conference to determine further consequences

Note: Board of Education Policy #5114 Student Exclusion is included in the Wethersfield Public Schools Parent/Student Handbook, which is distributed annually during the first week of school to all families.

Strategic School Profile


  • August 2018
    • TueAug28 E-W INCOMING KINDERGARTEN MEET & GREET 2:00 PM to 2:30 PM
    • TueAug28 E-W INCOMING GRADES 1- 6 MEET & GREET 2:30 PM to 3:00 PM
  • September 2018
    • SatSep08 E-W PTO COLOR RUN EMERSON-WILLIAMS GROUNDS
    • MonSep10 E-W PTO BOOK FAIR
    • TueSep11 E-W PTO BOOK FAIR
    • WedSep12 E-W PTO BOOK FAIR
    • WedSep12 E-W OPEN HOUSE GRADES K-3 6:30 PM
E-W News view all news
It is with great excitement that Central Office is pleased to announce the 2018-19 Teacher of the Year and Paraeducator of the Year. Jennifer Lizee-Hammer, Literacy Curriculum Specialist at Webb and Emerson-Williams Schools and Pat Mahder, Para Educator at Hanmer School were surprised with this great honor today!
Such very exciting news!!! This morning, at Emerson-Williams, we welcomed representatives from the Fund for Teachers organization as they surprised and presented Mr. Bubser Grade Six Emerson with a Summer 2018 Fellowship Grant in the amount of $5,000! This is incredibly exciting news that will benefit all of Emerson-Williams when he brings back his amazing new learning. Mr. Bubser will be studying ways we can increase the overall mathematical thinking and problem solving here at EW. He will travel to Italy (Florence and Rome); Geneva, Switzerland; and Frankfurt, Germany. While there, he will speak with experts, investigate math museums, and discover examples of historic and modern problem solving that he will bring back to us.

Wethersfield Public Schools

127 Hartford Avenue
Wethersfield, CT 06109
Phone: 860-571-8100

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