Tom Moore Named Connecticut's Superintendent of the Year
By: Kate Maglio
Tom Moore, West Hartford's Superintendent, was named Connecticut's Superintendent of the Year this past Friday November 12th, 2021, at the CABE/CAPSS Convention. Out of all Public School Superintendents in the state of Connecticut, Tom Moore was selected in recognition of the many ways he has benefited our school system since becoming superintendent in 2014.
Prior to his position as superintendent, Mr. Moore worked at Conard High School teaching social studies and history beginning in 1996. He continued to make strides in his career, assuming the role of department supervisor, and then principal of Conard for 3 years, assistant superintendent, and finally superintendent.
Tom Moore Speaking at the CABE/ CAPSS Convention
Over the past 2 years Superintendent Moore has been faced with many challenges to address and tackle, including the Covid 19 pandemic, which included many hours of planning and deliberation on the best ways to facilitate learning in these unprecedented times. Mr. Moore has always kept our interests at heart. Mr. Moore and the district continue to demonstrate their belief in the importance of learning and education.
Mr. Moore plays a vital role in our education system, and has since his first days as a teacher in the West Hartford school system. We appreciate all he has done, and we are excited to see all that is to come! Congratulations Mr. Moore!