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Dr. Eliana K. Levey
Principal

@DrLevey_RFMS

 
 James Henry 
Associate Principal
Philip Paniccia
Associate Principal 

Michelle Kwon   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for ELA, Reading and Library
TBD    Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Mathematics and Business
Alison Branca   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

 


 

 

6th grade Orientation will be held on Thursday, August 23rd from 9 - 11 am.  Please read the letter that was sent home to all 6th graders

 

CLICK HERE for letter

We can't wait to see you!

 


 

 

 

 

 The building has been undergoing major construction this summer.  Construction crews and custodial staff have been working tirelessly to get the building ready to open in September.  Therefore, the building will not be open for parents or students to tour before school begins.  Your children will have ample time to get accustomed to the building in September.  We apologize for the inconvenience, but know that you understand that safety must come first.

 

6th graders will still have their orientation on Thursday, August 23rd from 9-11 am.  There will be a letter sent home regarding this.

 


  

 Get a jump on those school supplies!

Click on the grade level below for a recommended list of supplies for 18-19

 

8th grade supply list 2018 -19

7th grade supply list 2018 -19

6th grade supply list 2018 -19

 

 

 


 

Our new mission statement, revised and collaborated on

by the 2017-2018 Site-Based Committee

led by Associate Principal, Mr. Paniccia 

 

 

 


 

Please find the links for all information distributed and presented for parents and students during 5th grade orientation activities.

 

2018 5th grade Student Handout

2018 5th grade Parent Handout

2018 5th grade Parent Orientation Slideshow

2018 5th grade Guidance Department Slideshow

 


 

Robert Frost recognized as a 2017-2018 Gold Star

No Place for Hate school!

 

 

 


 

 

 

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Instagram:  rfms1967

 


 

Get the facts on Bullying and Bullying Prevention! 

 

CLICK HERE to go to stopbullying.gov

 


 

Looking to get in touch with a faculty member?  

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

Check out our 2018-19 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 in September

Thanks for a great year! 

 

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

Project Wisdom Students of the Month 

 


 

  


 

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

September's Theme is:

 



Upcoming Events 

 

August 23 - 6th grade Orientation, 9 am

 


An Exciting Transition for Deer Park’s Incoming Sixth-Graders

An Exciting Transition for Deer Park’s Incoming Sixth-Graders

While attending an orientation at Robert Frost, fifth-graders met with administrators and guidance counselors, who described a typical sixth-grade schedule and described how the incoming sixth-graders can successfully make the most of their middle school experience.  The students also went on a tour of the building led by National Junior Honor Society members.

“This is always an exciting time of year where we look forward to meeting our newest group of students and helping ease the transition to their new school,” said guidance counselor Lisa McQuilkin.



Frost’s Band-Aid Video Earns County Award

Frost’s Band-Aid Video Earns County Award

Robert Frost again participated in the Band-Aid Project this year, a nationwide movement that promotes awareness and acceptance of people with autism and developmental disabilities. The school earned an award for a video created for the initiative.

More than 225 Frost students pledged to be speechless by wearing a band-aid on their mouths for an entire school day, only using others means of communication such as dry erase boards, paper and pencil, and gesturing with their teachers and peers during classes. 

“The goal of the project was to teach students what it is like to have a disability,” said speech teacher Stephanie O'Connell. “Once the students have this insight, it is my hope that they will be more compassionate and understanding of their peers who might be different from them. Fostering friendships between students of all abilities is the ultimate goal.”

A Band-Aid Project video was also made highlighting five Frost students who have a brother or sister with special needs. The video was honored by being selected for an award by the Suffolk County Human Rights Commission’s Interfaith Anti-Bias Task Force.



View the Robert Frost Band-Aid Project video here.

 

Recognizing Impressive Student Accomplishments

Recognizing Impressive Student Accomplishments
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Splendid accomplishments by the district’s students were recognized at Deer Park’s June 18 Board of Education meeting, with Suffolk County legislators Susan A. Berland, Steven J. Flotteron and Tom Donnelly in attendance.

After Ron Becker was honored on his retirement from the Deer Park Arts Council, high school student Tianna Greene was recognized for being the winner of Suffolk County’s “The Truth About Stimulant Drinks” PSA video contest. Adviser Gregory Menig honored this year’s DECA student winners.

The winners of the 2018 Grand Concours National French Contest were resented by Ashley Rosenberg, the district administrator for ENL and world languages. Recognized for their achievement in this annual competition sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French were high school students  Matt Berhalter, Usihma Chowdhury, Roose Desir, Nilufer Dilmen, Rebecca Fox, Kevin Garcia, Richardson Greffin, Anniee Jeanite, Emily Kleiber, Gregory Lazarte, James Raymond, Sameer Riaz, Matthew Rosati, Salar Saeed, Catarina Silva, Yasmeen Syedda-Hensley and Esteysy Yanes Amaya, and Robert Frost students Kristin D’Souza, Victoria Egan, Arianne Hernandez, Saima Hoque, Sonam Kataria, Bartlett Polster, Naomi Sauveur, Adam Stevens, Doindra Talleyrand, Liah Vidal, Arunan Xavier and Michelle Xuan.

“This year, with the encouragement of our outstanding French teachers, Deer Park had 75 middle and high school students participate,” said Rosenberg. “I’m so pleased that of these participants, 29 were nationally recognized for their performance on the exam. It's such an impressive accomplishment, and these students should be immensely proud.”


Frost Eighth-Graders End Middle School on a High Note

Frost Eighth-Graders End Middle School on a High Note

June 20 was a night of welcomes and farewells, and of awards and certificates, for eight-graders at Robert Frost. Kicking off the moving up ceremony, National Junior Honor Society President Michelle Xuan led the pledge, while Student Council President Sofia Arrascue addressed her classmates, saying, “We now have to think of our future, and try to get as close to our dreams as possible.”

“This evening is an important commemoration of the past three years of your children’s educational and emotional journey,” Principal Eliana Levey told the proud assembled parents. “The middle school years can potentially be the most challenging school years for many students. At fifth-grade orientation three years, I told you that middle school was like a rollercoaster, with many ups and downs, but I promised you that we would end on a high note, and here we are today.”

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