Dr. Albert B. Consentino School

Welcome to Dr. Albert B. Consentino School

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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.

 

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  • Consentino MCAS Schedule Released

    See the schedule here.

  • Consentino PBIS Store A Success

    For the second time this year, students where able to cash in their Charger Cash earned through our revamped PBIS program over the past few months. These dollars are cumulative throughout the year which means students can earn them and spend them, spend some of them, or as many are doing…save up for some bigger prizes!

    Currently some high value items are various gift card, an iPad, and a Nintendo Switch but we plan on adding more as time goes on.

    The students are invested, and constantly make us unbelievably proud as they continue to show us how Respectful, Responsible, and Safe the ABC community it.

    Keep up the great work Chargers!

  • UPDATE FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT REGARDING WEATHER EXPECTED FOR THURSDAY 1/31/19

    Good evening everyone,

    We are expecting some very low temperatures tomorrow morning.

    To be proactive, our bus companies will be in extra early to start all the buses to make sure they are ready for their morning routes. Our drivers always do their best to assure us that the buses run on time, but the weather may cause unexpected complications. If a situation arises in the morning, we will communicate that information as early as possible.

    Students will not be marked tardy if there are late due to the cold, and bus drivers are asked to pick up any students they see walking to school. We expect to have higher than normal drop off traffic tomorrow due to the weather so please expect longer lines at each school.

    All schools have heat running overnight and we will be checking on all facilities early in the morning.

    We ask families to please plan accordingly and dress properly for this cold weather. As always, safety is our main concern but parents can use their own judgement as to whether or not you want to send your child to school.

    Thank you and stay warm.

    Margaret Marotta
    Superintendent of Schools

  • NO SCHOOL TODAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2019

    Due to inclement weather school for today has been cancelled. Staff members do not need to report for professional development.

    Stay safe and warm.

  • Patriot’s Pen Writers Honored

    6th grade students Dehkontee Cooper and Lucia Antonelli were recognized by the Lorraine Post #29, VFW for their entries in the 2018 Patriot’s Pen Essay Contest. Both Chargers as well as their families and their teacher Ms. Lindsay Hoffman were in attendance to receive the awards from the VFW Post Sr. Vice Commander, Shawn Watkins.

    Well done girls!

  • Attention 8th Graders! Important High School Placement Updates!

    Important Timelines & Dates

    • January 28th- Classical Academy Application Deadline
      (Any 8th grade student who took the Classical exam is eligible to apply)
    • January 29th- 8th Grade Haverhill High School Tour
    • February 8th- CTE Application Deadline
    • February 11th- Classical Academy Interviews
    • February 13th &14th- Whittier Tech Interviews
    • March 4th- CTE Interviews
    • March 11th- Essex Tech Interviews

    Whittier Tech Information and APPLICATION
    Applications should be submitted directly online no later than February 1st
    Link to apply: https://whittiertech.go2cte.com/

    Haverhill High School CTE Program
    Interested in learning more about the CTE Program at Haverhill High School?

    Career Technical Education (CTE)

    For questions or further information, please contact Ms. Stacey O’Brien at saobrien@haverhill-ps.org.

  • 2019 Academic Bowl

    Junior and Senior Academic Bowl tryouts will be held on Tuesday, January 8th after school in Room 16 until 3:15PM. For questions, please contact Ms. Chastney at lchastney@haverhill-ps.org.

    The Academic Bowl program is open to all students grades 5-6 (Junior) and 7-8 (Senior) pending results of a standardized tryout.

  • Charger Cheerleaders Dedicate Performance to Classmate

    Charger Cheerleaders dedicated their recent performance to their classmate, Precious Wallaces and her family during a recent game against J. G. Whittier.

  • Honor Society Runs Annual Food Drive

    In an annual event, the Consentino Honor Society with their advisor, Mrs. Miller coordinated their annual food drive for local people in need during the holiday season. Well done!

  • Letter from Superintendent Marotta

    Dear Families,

    Sadness has once again gripped our school community. Precious Wallaces, a beautiful and well-loved girl that attended the Consentino School, passed this afternoon after an accident over the weekend left her on life supports. Our condolences and thoughts go out to the family and friends of Precious. As we open our schools, our students will be faced with this tragic news and will begin to cope with the inevitable grief that comes with losing a classmate and friend. As a school system, we will be offering counseling and bereavement support services to all our students and staff, particularly those who knew Precious well at the Consentino and Tilton Schools.

    For those just learning of Precious’s tragic passing from this letter, I encourage you to talk about this sad news with your child. The passing of a friend is a difficult and challenging situation that can generate a high level of anxiety and distress in many students. Children often have limited experience coping with a loss like this and may be confused as to how to handle grief. Hearing the news from a loved one, accompanied by reassuring words and the opportunity to voice fears and sadness, can provide great comfort to both children and adults when facing a loss. I have included below some resources from Riverside Trauma Center to support you in the difficult days to come.

    Counseling staff from Haverhill Public Schools will be at onsite and organized to support our students tomorrow morning. Additionally, staff from Riverside Trauma Center will be available to families by phone as requested. Please contact the school at 978-374-5775 if you feel that specific follow-up with your child would be helpful.

    I will be reaching out to share with you information about services as it becomes available. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family during this time of loss and grief. Thank you for your support as we move forward.

    Sincerely,

    Margaret Marotta
    Superintendent of Schools

    Normal Expected Reactions to Death
    Understanding The Grief of Children
    Talking With Your Children About Traumatic Events

(978) 374-3400
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