Dr. Albert B. Consentino School
Welcome to Dr. Albert B. Consentino School
Home of the Chargers
The Dr. Albert B. Consentino School’s mission is to create a rigorous learning environment that encourages high expectations for academic and personal success. Through positive reinforcement and the explicit teaching of accountability for our actions, our school community promotes a safe, orderly, and supportive environment where all learners are equipped with the tools needed for their own academic and personal success.
LOOP Program for JROTC at HHS
Can you dunk a teacher?
As part of Field Day we’ll have a dunk tank station where students can use their Charger Cash ($200/throw) to dunk staff members. Mr. Poor, Mrs. Begley, and Mr. Parolisi are just a few of those desired to be dunked!
To prep…our staff appears to be doing a bit of “trash talking”…they’re pretty sure they’ll be staying high and dry!
2019 Math Museum
Summer Discovery Club
Dear Charger Families,
On the evening of May 7th it was brought to the attention of school leadership that during a conflict between students on social media, a student make remarks regarding attacking that peer with a weapon.
Immediately upon notification, the Leadership Team notified the Haverhill Police Department at which time the students involved and their families were addressed by law enforcement.
Though this was an isolated incident happening after school hours, the Leadership Team is working with the School Resource Officer and Haverhill Police Department to ensure safety for all students.
Out of an abundance of caution there will be an increased presence of law enforcement personnel on the Consentino campus today. The increased presence does not signify danger but rather an outward display of support for the safety of all students.
As always, the safety and well-being of your children is our number one concern and we appreciate your cooperation and understanding.
Chargers Honored for Peace Poetry Contest Entry
Consentino 6th grade students Joe Bednarek, Dehkontee Cooper, and Richard Tayag were honored on May 3, 2019 in a ceremony at Northern Essex Community College for their entries to the Peace Poetry Contest. In addition to their excellent writing skills, all three students did a fantastic job reading their poems to the audience at the ceremony. Great job Chargers, we’re proud of you!
Joe with 6th grade ELA teachers Ms. Chastney (left) and Ms. Hoffman (right) at the May 3rd ceremony at NECC.
Summer Learning Opportunities
Junior Division Academic Bowl Champs!
First Annual Spring Fling Carnival!
Middle School Band 2019 Spring Concert Series