Here’s a collection of Superintendent Torres-Rodriguez’s #ProudSuper moments since our last newsletter.

So proud of our Food & Nutrition Department

Providing hundreds of meals daily for our students

Nightly Read-alouds by our Teachers

Kennelly School Principal June Cahill and Parkville Community School kick-off our collection of read-alouds for our beautiful and capable children.

Community Matters and Literacy Matters.

M.D. Fox School teachers and students were the fortunate recipients of Travelers’ supplies surprise.

Literacy, Learning, and Teacher-student Relationship-building

Checking in on literacy at Noah Webster Microsociety Magnet School…


Data Wise

Founded on the principle that all children and the adults that serve them deserve to be held to high expectations for continuous growth, the Data Wise Project supports our educators in using collaborative data inquiry to drive continuous improvement of teaching and learning for all students.


Black History Month

I am so proud of all of the amazing Black History Month learning happening in our schools this month.  I look forward to sharing more  information soon!


Nope!  Couldn’t Help Myself…

The beautiful and capable students at Cap Prep are patient teachers!


Capital Prep Students Shine!

An amazing visit with the students and teachers at Cap Prep!

 Today’s #highlight: visit to @CPrepHartford. @DrAVM2015 @MrRichT1P pic.twitter.com/8j3DasAvXY

SMSA Seniors!

Wishing Shemar, and all of our beautiful and capable seniors a strong finish to their high school careers!

Reading at Rawson School!

The intentional work of a Superintendent involves getting to the heart of the matter. Here’s a glimpse of our Superintendent spending time with our students during a visit.


Administrative Institute Ideas

Administrative Institutes are professional learning events held each month for all district administrators. At this first Institute of the year on January 7, Superintendent Torres-Rodriguez addressed principals and district administrators, and also observed principals discuss the “opportunity myth,” and what more ours schools can do to prepare students for college, career and life.

Commemorating Clemente

Superintendent Torres-Rodriguez highlights a special Hartford tradition that started at Sport and Medical Sciences Academy eight years ago to commemorate Roberto Clemente, the hall-of-famer and humanitarian, on New Year’s Eve.

Looking Back at Convocation

On #ThankfulThursday, the Superintendent recalled the joy of Convocation 2019, the district’s annual celebration, when she joined students in a celebratory dance to kick off the new academic year.