Willington was rated at #7 for towns with a population of 3,500 – 6,500 in the March 2010 issue ofConnecticut Magazine.
Size & Population
Willington occupies 33 square miles and has a population of about 6,500 people.
Incorporated in May, 1727
School District (Elementary & Middle School): Willington Public Schools
Center Elementary School (Pre-K – 3rd grade)
12 Old Farms Road, Willington, CT
Main Office: (860) 429-9367
Center Elementary School Website
Hall Memorial School (4th grade – 8th grade)
111 River Road, Willington, CT
Main Office (860) 429-9391
Hall Memorial School Website
School District (High School): Regional School District #19
E.O. Smith High School (Grades 9 – 12th)
1235 Storrs Rd, Mansfield, CT
Main Office: (860) 487-0877
E.O. Smith Website
Windham Regional Technical School , Windham
210 Birch St, Willimantic, CT
Main Office: (860) 456-3879
Windham Regional Technical School Website
· Orrin Holt (1792–1855), US Congressman was born and died in town.
· Jared Sparks (1792–1855), historian, Unitarian minister and President of Harvard University. A street named in his honor extends from the town green to Moose Meadow Road.
· Justus Vinton (1806–1858), a Baptist missionary to Myanmar, was born in town
Willington’s Parks and Recreation Department offers participation in local and regional sports programs, outdoor events, and a kayak loaner program to take advantage of the numerous lakes and rivers in town.
>>Official Website, Town of Willington, CT
>>Willington Public Schools
>>Willington Economic Development Commission
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