Pentucket Regional School District Names Conant as Middle School Principal

Terrence “Terry” Conant has been named principal at Pentucket Regional Middle School beginning July 1. (Photograph courtesy Pentucket Regional School District.)

Terrence “Terry” Conant has been named principal of Pentucket Regional Middle School.

Conant comes to Pentucket after a 20-year career in Berverly. He most recently served as assistant principal at the newly built Beverly Middle School and previously served as an assistant principal at the Briscoe Middle School, the now-closed middle school building in Beverly, since 2011. Superintendent Justin Bartholomew said Conant begins July 1, replacing Ken Kelley, who was recently selected as the new principal of the Donaghue and Sweetsir Elementary Schools.

During his 20 years in Beverly, Conant developed a professional learning community focused on social emotional learning and school climate. He also collaborated with the creation of a grades 5-8 middle school building and program with the grand opening in September of 2018.

Conant also worked as a technology instructor at Briscoe Middle School from 2010 to 2011 and as a sixth-grade science teacher at Memorial Middle and Briscoe Middle Schools from 2002-2010. He also served as the equity coordinator at Briscoe Middle School from August 2010 to June 2011. From 2000 to 2011, Conant worked as the assistant varsity football coach at Beverly High School, and as the head freshman baseball coach from 2002-2011.

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