Degrees and Certifications:
Mr. David Consalvi
I am excited to be a part of building the STEAM program in the Rock Hill School District. I lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Missouri, and Maine before moving with my family to South Carolina in 2013. I have a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Education from the University of Missouri – Columbia. I began teaching science and math in 2002 in Maine. Most of my teaching time was at the high school level; however, I had a few middle school courses prior to moving to South Carolina. In 2013, I began teaching 8th grade science at Saluda Trail.
In 2015, I took the position of STEAM Coordinator for Oakdale Elementary and Saluda Trail Middle School. For my second year, I was asked to transition to working with Saluda Trail and South Pointe. I see this as a great opportunity to further the partnerships between the STEAM schools and build the K-12 vertical alignment of learning for our students.
I have a wife and 3 children. My son is finishing his senior year at Clark University where he is pursuing a dual major in Biology and Economics. My two daughters are in the 7th and 11th grades and both play soccer. When not doing something related to education, I like to be with my family and watching soccer games.
I look forward to working with the students and staff to STEAMify our programs