COVID-19 Updates
Updated November 16, 2020

Cambridge College will continue remote learning and teaching through Spring 2021 term. The health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and community are important to us. Please see our updates regarding COVID-19 protocols and campus plans.

time exposed photo of headlights in urban center

Terry Conant takes the helm at Pentucket Regional Middle School

conant
Terry Conant [MEd '04], Principal Pentucket Regional Middle School

Terry Conant [MEd '04] was named the new Principal of Pentucket Regional Middle School, and assumed his new role on July 1, 2020. In anticipation of his new role, Conant stated,  “I could not be more excited to be joining the Pentucket family. I am looking forward to meeting students, families, and staff in the upcoming weeks to learn about the traditions that make PRSD a great place to be. I would like to thank [Superintendent] Dr. Bartholomew and the selection committee for allowing me the opportunity to lead the PRMS community as we enter the next phase in teaching and learning. I can’t wait to get work.”

"Terry has a truly remarkable resume. He brings with him a wealth of experience and insight, and we're excited to welcome him to the Pentucket team," commented Bartholemew. "His background demonstrates that he's a well rounded, thoughtful educator, and we're confident he'll be a wonderful asset to our district moving forward." 

Conant most recently served as the assistant principal at the newly built Beverly Middle School in Beverly. Prior to working in this new building he served as an assistant principal at the Briscoe Middle School, the now closed middle school building in Beverly, since 2011. During his 20 years in Beverly he has facilitated a professional learning community (PLC) focused on social emotional learning and school climate. He also collaborated with the creation of a grade five through eight middle school building and program with the grand opening in September of 2018.

During his tenure in Beverly, he served on multiple teams to bring educational success to the district.  He helped build the school culture, was a member of Beverly Public Schools’ data team, collaborated with content teams to discuss curriculum, facilitated the student support team, organized the sixth grade trip to Nature’s Classroom in Charlton, Mass. and was appointed as the middle school representative on the School Committee’s Curriculum, Instruction and Student Life Sub-Committee.

He was also selected to be the head facilitator of the STEAM and Technology specialists at the elementary level at Beverly Public Schools from September 2014 to June 2015 to transition to the Next Generation Science Standards and to align and develop curriculum. From 2005 until 2020, he served as the Professional Development Instructor at Beverly Public Schools. 

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.

He’s also played in the school band, and highly values the skills and knowledge learned from the arts.

From 1996 to 2010, Conant additionally worked as the camp director for the City of Beverly Recreation Department’s Adventure Camp.

Prior to working at Beverly Public Schools Conant was a middle school math and science teacher at St. Mary Star of the Sea Parish from 2000-2002. While there, he also served as the school’s athletic director.

Conant has a Bachelor's degree in childhood studies from Plymouth State College and a Master's of Education in instructional technology from Cambridge College, as well as a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in leadership in education from Salem State University.