School Info

Official Name:

Wequonnoc Arts & Technology Magnet Elementary School


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By creating a safe, respectful and responsive learning environment, Wequonnoc Arts and Technology Magnet School engages students in critical thinking, creativity and innovation. We ensure high achievement by providing a hands-on, research-based curriculum exposing students to a wide range of ideas, content and experiences. Through the use of technology and the five artistic disciplines, we encourage all of our students to express themselves in unique and personally meaningful ways.


The Wequonnoc Community:

  • Believes in an integrated approach, providing instruction in visual, music, theatre, dance, and media arts.
  • Utilizes technology to engage in research and to produce new learning on a daily basis.
  • Honors the creativity and curiosity that is in all of our students and families
  • Teaches students to take risks, try new things, and experiment with ideas that intrigue them.
  • Has high expectations for our students…our staff…and our school.
  • Knows that through rigorous learning experiences, we will all achieve.

Main Office Staff

Zachary Maher

Zachary Maher

Administrator - Principal
Michelle Flynn

Michelle Flynn

Admin Assistant - School
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Address: 155 Providence Street
Taftville, CT 06380

Phone: 860-823-4210
860-823-4253 fax

School Hours: 8:50 a.m. - 3:35 p.m.

Early Release Days: 1:35 p.m.

Latest News

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Kali Money

From the Multilingual Learner's Office

Dear Norwich Public Schools,

Welcome to the December edition of the Multilingual Newsletter! It's hard to believe we are almost near the end of our first school semester! This month we have a series of holidays which are celebrated in many different cultures in unique ways! We aim for an inclusive experience where all of our students feel acknowledged and valued. We can do this by providing meaningful culturally relevant learning experiences in the classroom! Below are some ideas on how you can make this happen. Remember to reconnect with loved ones and practice self-care during the holiday season. This is a time to be thankful for our most valuable treasures... family and friends! As always, to all the teachers in the district, THANK YOU for all that you do!

Happy holidays! We hope you have an amazing winter break and a wonderful New Year!


Multilingual Learners Department

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