The office of the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction ensures that the curriculum and instruction provided by the district assists students to achieve the educational goals outlined by the Board of Education, the State of Connecticut, and relevant legislation. Toward that end, the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction works with the District Language Arts and Math Coordinators and school-based administrators to guide district-wide work on the development, implementation, and improvement of curriculum, instruction, assessment, and professional development in grades K-12. As district curriculum leaders, we are committed to providing an educational environment in which all students discover and achieve their maximum potential in preparation for productive, meaningful lives and responsible citizenship. Our talented and caring education staff is committed to excellence and equity for all students, creating safe, supportive environments in which children can thrive.
The Rocky Hill Public Schools believe in the development of competent, ethical, healthy, responsible, and intellectually reflective citizens who demonstrate high levels of achievement in critical academic domains and can develop their interests and aptitudes in an atmosphere which respects the differences of others and values learning as a life-long pursuit.
Rocky Hill Public Schools worked with state legislator and representatives to propose legislation recognizing the Dilophosaurus as Connecticut's State Dinosaur, a bill that became law in July 2017.
Rocky Hill High School is a Special Olympics Unified Champion School and received a national banner recognition in 2019-2020 for its efforts to provide inclusive sports and activities for students with and without disabilities.
Rocky Hill High School earned a College Success Award in 2019 based on their success in preparing students for college and ultimately career.
Rocky Hill High school Project Lead The way Program was designated as a Distinguished High School for 2018-2019.
West Hill School has been named the 2019-2020 Elementary School of the Year, by the Connecticut Association Of Schools (CAS).
Stevens has been recognized as a School of Distinction by the Connecticut State Department of education for growth of high needs students.
2020 Congressional App Challenge Winners - Matthew Rostkowski, Abhishek Singh, Sashank Venugopal, and Nicholas Aderhold