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Dr. Eliana K. Levey


Gary Ramonetti
Associate Principal
Philip Paniccia
Associate Principal 

Michelle Kwon   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for ELA, Reading and Library
James Henry   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Mathematics and Business
David Knuffke   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Science and Technology
Heather Stewart   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Social Studies and FACS
Bradley Murphy   Curriculum Associate K-12 for Fine and Performing Arts
Ashley Rosenberg    District Administrator K-12 for World Languages and ENL

Philip Paniccia
Dignity Act Coordinator
(631) 274-4210



Please join us for the Board of Education Meeting on Tuesday, November 28th which will be held at Robert Frost.  We will be celebrating our 50th anniversary with cake, presentations by students, and a special opening of the Robert Frost Time Capsule from 1967!  

The meeting begins at 8 pm. We hope to see you there! 

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Picture Days have been changed!!  

The new dates for Fall Photos are November 20th and 21st.  You will receive updated information and order sheets home with your children as we get closer to the date.




 Parent-Teacher conferences will be held on Thursday, November 30th from 5-8 pm.  Online scheduling for conferences will open on Tuesday, November 21st.  Please refer to the letter mailed home for detailed instructions regarding scheduling and conferences.

CLICK HERE for the letter and instructions that were mailed home.




 This link will be active on 11/21/17



Looking to get in touch with a faculty member?  

Don't know who to call or where to start?  

Check out our Chain of Communication flyer HERE. 




  Sign up to be part of the "RFMS Parents" class through Remind

CLICK HERE for the PDF directions to sign up

CLICK HERE for the link to sign up online



   (Parent Faculty Club)

Be involved in your child's experience at Robert Frost! 

Click here for a membership form.


Next PFC Mtg will be November 29th @ 6pm 


Please join us as we honor our Students of the Month and

Project Wisdom Students of the Month from September and October!





Project Wisdom is a character education program that helps students be cognizant of their choices & how those choices help or hurt those around us.

November's Theme is:

Daring to Be Our Best



Please click here for the flyer to order your yearbook. 

Every year we sell out, so please don't delay, and order today!



Please refer to our Virtual Backpack on the left side of the screen for important flyers and information.  We will post all flyers here instead of sending them home with the students.  They'll never get lost when they're in the virtual backpack!  If you sign up for an RSS feed by clicking the orange symbol in the upper right hand corner, you'll never miss an important flyer!

Upcoming Events 

November 17 - Quarter 1 Report Cards available on Parent Portal; Parent Portal reopens

November 20-21 - FALL PHOTO DAYS during gym classes

November 20 - Athletic code of conduct mtg @ DPHS, 6:30 pm

November 21 - Parent-Teacher Conference Scheduler open

November 22 - Districtwide 1/2 hour early dismissal drill

November 23-24 - Thanksgiving Recess - School Closed

November 28 - Board of Education Meeting @ Robert Frost, 8 pm

November 29 - PFC Mtg and Student of the Month celebration, 6 pm

November 30 - Parent-Teacher Evening Conferences, 5-8 pm


Developing Deer Park’s Digital Innovators

Developing Deer Park’s Digital Innovators 2

Ten Deer Park teachers –the high school’s Katelyn O’Brien; John Heeg, Matthew Oleaga, Jon Steigerwald and Scott Surdi from Robert Frost; Michael Capobianco, Thomas Fitzmaurice and Lori Palopali of JFK; and Dana Grafstein and Sue Steinman from May Moore – were recently chosen to participate in the district’s new Digital Innovator Program. The goal of the program is to align classroom instruction with technology, rather than vice versa.

“In the past, teachers would often ask how to use a piece of tech in the classroom, rather than focusing on what the instructional goal or outcome is, and then using the technology to get there,” explained Christopher Kauter, the district’s administrator of instructional technology, who developed the program. “It’s been a lot of reflection and sharing.”

The Digital Innovator Program uses the SAMR Model of ongoing monthly collegial workgroup sessions to allow sharing multilayered ideas for technology use with peers and administrators, focusing on areas such as digital classrooms and storytelling, maker education, coding and curriculum development, and establishing learning spaces. The teachers also develop an action plan and pilot programs and software.

Frost Preps for Homecoming with Exciting Pep Rally

Frost Preps for Homecoming with Exciting Pep Rally

Students at Robert Frost prepared to support homecoming on Oct. 20, showing their school spirit with a pep rally, replete with performances by the school’s cheerleaders and kickline. The rally also served to recognize the fall sports teams, including the introduction of the Frost football squad, who demonstrated several plays.

“Our students were so excited to support the high school during homecoming by holding a pep rally,” said Principal Eliana Levey. “We came together as a school community to cheer on the Falcons.”

A New ‘Point of View’ at Robert Frost

A New ‘Point of View’ at Robert Frost

Sixth- and seventh-graders at Robert Frost Mrecently experienced Camfel Productions “Point of View,” a new 40-minute multi-media production designed to look beyond the world’s violence, racism, intolerance, harassment and hate, giving students a new perspective on the differences that separate them from their peers, their parents and others around them.

According to Associate Principal Gary Ramonetti, the assembly helped the students gain a new sense of their own innate worth, while appreciating the diversity of race, language and culture that make up the community in which they live.

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