Welcome to Moser School

Rocky Hill’s new intermediate school, Moser School, opened in September 2019.  It services the district’s fourth and fifth grade students. The typical yearly enrollment is between 485 and 505 students. 

The school offers a full complement of academic and unified arts classes and combine various characteristics of both the elementary model and the middle school model.  The offerings range from typical core classes that exist in all elementary schools, such as language arts and mathematics, to classes that are offered in the typical middle school model, such as world language.  Students participate in the traditional specialty classes including art, music, instructional technology, and physical education and have the option of registering for classes such as band and chorus.

Students are assigned to a team of teachers.  Each grade level consists of 2 teams of 4 classroom teachers, and one team of 3 teachers.  In total, there are 10 teachers in 4th grade and 11 teachers in 5th grade.  Students travel with a cohort of classmates throughout the school day.  In 4th grade, they remain primarily with one teacher while the 5th graders experience multiple classroom teachers in an effort to prepare them for middle school.  Providing our students with an effective transition from elementary school to middle school is one of our primary goals. 

Instruction and assessment at Moser adheres to the rigorous expectations, guidelines, and time-frames specified in district and state curricula and standards.  All support services that currently exist throughout the district are offered. The school is staffed with educators certified in all core and specialty areas, as well as in areas such as reading and mathematics intervention, special education, and various support services.  Paraprofessionals assist the teachers in various capacities.  

In addition, Moser is designated as a “STEM (or STEAM) School”.  The various components involved in STEM/STEAM instruction are infused into many other curricular areas.   The incorporation of STEM/STEAM concepts began in our instructional technology and science classrooms.  

Students have the opportunity to participate in extracurricular activities such as intramurals, Student Council, STEM Club, Mad Science, French Club and Unified Sports, among others.  We work with our Parent Advisory Council to coordinate such activities and raise funds for various school events, supplies, and resources. 


The overarching goal of Moser is to provide our students, staff, and families with an exceptional place to learn, to teach, and to visit.  Blending and unifying the students and families of Stevens and West Hill, creating an atmosphere of inclusion and acceptance for all who enter our building, and providing an enriching academic and social experience for students are the top priorities.  Moser students will leave with fond memories of 4th and 5th grade and will be prepared to take on the challenges presented to them at Griswold Middle School in the years to come.

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Moser October 2020 PAC Meeting - Virtual Presentation

Principal Maziarz discusses the latest Moser news in this virtual presentation.

Mon Oct 05 12:14 PM

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Rocky Hill-9/18/20 Letter-BOE Chair/Superintendent

As we conclude the second week of school, we want to update you on a temporary change to the school lunch program. Please see the attached letter and the Free School Meal Waiver Extension FAQ Sheet.

Mon Sep 21 08:40 AM

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CCHD to Hold Drive-Thru Flu Clinics

CCHD will be hosting eight DRIVE THRU flu clinics during the month of October in the four district towns of Berlin, Newington, Rocky Hill, and Wethersfield.

Wed Sep 16 02:28 PM

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Grade 5 Chromebook Information

Please see the attached letter regarding important information on Chromebook online "paperwork", Chromebook Insurance and IT Support.

Sun Sep 06 01:16 PM

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RHPS-Lunch Program Information for REMOTE Learners

Please find information on how students who have decided to pursue the remote learning model of instruction may order and receive take out meals through our school lunch program.

Fri Sep 04 11:32 AM