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.
Neighbor Night 2.0 with the Mt. Washington Alliance
2018 Open House & School Supply List
Our 2018-2019 Open House for all grades is scheduled for Monday, August 27th from 5-6:30pm.
Regarding supplies this year, we don’t want any family to have to buy something that isn’t necessary. Therefore, we just ask that your child have general school supplies including notebooks, pens, pencils, and a backpack. At the Open House, feel free to speak with teachers regarding any specific needs for their classes.
Please do not purchase a lock. Students will be given a school lock at the beginning of the year free of charge ($5 if lost or broken). Personal locks are not allowed at Consentino.
Group/Homeroom lists will be posted on the front door the week prior to the start of school.
We look forward to seeing you all soon!
-The ABC Team
Consentino Honor Society Welcomes New Members
On Thursday, May 17th, the Consentino Honor Society inducted their new 7th grade members and installed their officers for the upcoming year. The outgoing officers and other 8th grade members received their medals, denoting their service to their community in keeping with the requirements and tradition of the Honor Society.
Congratulations to our new officers and members and GOOD LUCK to all of our 8th graders, we are incredibly proud of your accomplishments and will miss you!
A Day on the Farm: Consentino Field Trip to Tattersall Farm
Recently, our elementary students attended a field trip to Tattersall farm where they spent the day learning about local wildlife, beekeeping, and agriculture. Despite the dismal weather, our kids had a great time!
Check out the Eagle Tribune article for pictures and more information about their experience on the farm.
Mr. Mele Sports a Classic Mullet for the Day
Trimester 2 Honors Assemblies
Mr. Mele, Mrs. Lucas, and Mr. Poor are so proud of the many students who made the Honor Roll and High Honor Roll for Trimester 2. These students are dedicated to their academic success and consistently model the school’s core values Respect, Responsibility, and Safety. Congratulations to all!
Scholastic Book Fair at Consentino
The Scholastic Book Fair is up and running from Tuesday April 3- Tuesday April 10th in the small gym. Students will have an opportunity to attend during their group’s Library block. The Book Fair will also be open to families the during family night on Thursday April 5th.
Cash, credit card, and checks payable to Consentino School are all accepted at the fair. In addition, the following link can be used to order online. Please click here for online ordering.
Charger Cheer Ends Season With A Bang
Consentino Charger Cheerleaders competed in two competitions over the weekend at Wilmington High School and Central Catholic High School. Our phenomenal Charger Cheerleaders took home the 1st Place win for the Middle School Division in Wilmington and 3rd Place along with the Spirit Award at Central Catholic. Our girls and their coaches did an outstanding job at the competitions and over the course of the season. We’re excited to see their performances next year!
Congratulations on a great season, girls! We couldn’t be more proud!
Consentino Charger Cheerleaders under the direction of Mrs. Kristen Gallagher, Assistant Coach Rylee Clemmey, and Team Mom Mrs. Candance Clemmey.
Donations from the Greater Haverhill Community Support ABC’s PBIS Program
ABC was thrilled to accept donations from Launch Trampoline Park and the Texas Roadhouse in Methuen yesterday to support our PBIS program, reinforcing student expectations for behavior and academic achievement. ABC is incredibly proud to partner with these two local businesses to make a positive impact with our students.
Administrators Don Wacky Wigs in Support of PBIS
New weekly prizes for PBIS drawings include Wacky Wigs on a Principal, Principal for 1/2 Day and several other rotating prizes. #proudcharger