Williams Township Elementary School is located on the outskirts of the Wilson Area School District, in Williams Township, in Easton, Pennsylvania. The original section of the facility was built in the early 1950's. In the early 1990's a building project increased the size of the school by six classrooms, as well as providing a new library, gym, art and music rooms, health rooms, and office spaces. Another building project in 2002 included new construction and the renovation of other areas throughout the structure. The school now has 30 classroom areas, which include full sized classrooms and small group areas. A new computer lab facilitates technology instruction and the school cafeteria has been enlarged and improved. Williams Township Elementary School provides a high quality education to its students in grades kindergarten through fourth. Also assigned to the school are distinguished faculty and staff members. In addition to regular education classes, the building supports several special service classes including gifted support, learning support, speech and language support, and reading support.