Portrait of superintendent Steve A. Moccio of Stafford Public Schools

Mr. Steven A. Moccio has proudly served as the Superintendent of Schools since March 2018. He is excited to lead the Stafford Public Schools, as it is his goal for all Stafford youth to reach their full potential by the district providing the necessary systems and supports so that ALL students have the skills and ability to reach or exceed their desired goals.

Mr. Moccio earned a B.A. in Physics, with a concentration in Education, from Hartwick College in New York. He then earned his M.A. and 6th-Year Degree in Educational Leadership from Central Connecticut State University. Mr. Moccio began his teaching career at Windsor High School, where he taught Physics and Earth Science, was the advisor for the Seminar Program, and coached baseball and football. After that, he accepted a position teaching Physics at Newington High School, where he expanded programming to include an Advanced Placement Physics course and a Conceptual Physics course. Following the completion of his 6th-Year Degree, he left the classroom and accepted his first administrative position as the Assistant Principal for Academics at West Springfield High School in Massachusetts. Mr. Moccio returned to Connecticut as the Assistant Principal at Ellington High School, where he stayed for three-years before being promoted to Principal of Windermere School, which served as a neighborhood K-4 school, and the district Grade 5-6 school, where he stayed for six years. Mr. Moccio transitioned back to administration at the secondary level and served as Principal at Suffield High School for four-years prior to joining the Stafford Public Schools.

Mr. Moccio currently lives in Feeding Hills, Massachusetts, with his wife, children, and three dogs. He enjoys spending time with his family and attending gatherings with his extended family, especially the weekly dinners with his parents. Mr. Moccio is an avid golfer, so you will likely find him on a golf course when not at work, caring for his yard, or cheering on his daughter at dance.

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