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Dr. Eliana K. Levey


 James Henry 
Associate Principal
Jack Bixhorn
Associate Principal 

Justin Uliano    Curriculum Associate 6-12 for ELA, Reading and Library
Christine Gill     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   District Administrator for Fine and Performing Arts
Ashley Rosenberg    District Administrator K-12 for World Languages and ENL

Dominic Fontana 

  District Administrator for Health, Physical Education and Athletics


Jack Bixhorn
Dignity Act Coordinator
(631) 274-4210


Twitter: @RobertFrostMS

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PFC Fundraiser for Hershey Park! 



This is an important message for all parents/guardians who have a child planning on playing a winter sport.  Please click the links to see an important letter from Mr. Fontana, the District Administrator for Athletics, Health, & Physical Ed.

FINAL FORMS Parent Letter

FINAL FORMS Directions - English

FINAL FORMS Directions - Spanish


The Robert Frost Yearbook is now on sale!  Don't wait to order.

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Please note that the 5 pm sports bus is for student athletes only. 

All other students must find their own transportation home from after-school sports contests/games.

If your child is not playing on a school team, they may not ride the late bus home.




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Robert Frost recognized as a No Place for Hate school!





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Next PFC Mtg will be March 25th

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

Project Wisdom Students of the Month for January and February




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

February's Theme is:

Celebrating America's Diversity


Upcoming Events 

2/17-2/21 - Midwinter Recess - School Closed

 3/2 - Parent Portal Closed

 3/4  - Parent-Teacher Conference Scheduler Open

 3/5 - Qtr 3 Progress Reports, Parent Portal Open

 3/8 - Daylight Saving Time Begins!  Set clocks forward one hour

 3/11 - Parent-Teacher Conference Online Scheduler Closed

 3/12 - Parent-Teacher Evening Conferences 5-8 pm




Focusing on African American Accomplishments at Frost

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For Black History Month, Robert Frost focused this year on the many contributions made by African Americans throughout the country’s history, including inventions, scientific innovations, entertainment, literature, politics and sports.

Continuing an annual tradition, teacher Lynne Connors and a committee of volunteer students created an informative display case in the main lobby that depicts a history rich in struggle and achievement.

During each day’s morning announcements, volunteer students are reading a list of “Do You Know?" facts to raise awareness of the accomplishments made by African Americans and the obstacles involved with achieving those accomplishments. Music that connects with the morning readings is played during afternoon announcements.

Frost Seventh Graders Develop Board Games and Future Skills

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Seventh graders in Cindy Adriaenssens’ family and consumer science classes at Robert Frost recently created educational board games as a team-building activity. The students developed math games, social studies games, language games and mystery games, using decision-making, critical thinking and math skills as well as knowledge of strategies and problem solving.

“The lesson was extremely educational and entertaining, and taught my students the top three transferable skills that employers want from their employees: communication, teamwork and thinking outside the box,” Adriaenssens said.

Frost Teacher’s WWI "Silent Hero" Research Published

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John Heeg, a social studies teacher at Robert Frost, researched the life and service of Sgt. Neil Evans Wheeler of Oswego, who died in combat in World War I, as part of National History Day’s Memorializing the Fallen program, sponsored by the World War I Centennial Commission and the Pritzker Military Foundation.

Heeg, currently deployed in Kuwait, was one of only 17 teacher applicants nationwide who was accepted into the Memorializing the Fallen program, in which he was tasked with selecting and researching a “Silent Hero,” a WWI service member who never returned home. Last June, he spent 12 days in Europe, conducting research and visiting cemeteries, battle sites and monuments.

“Since I was a hospital corpsman for the Marines, I selected Sgt. Wheeler, who was killed at the Battle of Belleau Wood,” Heeg said. “What caught my attention about this Marine is that he was killed on June 17, 1918.  June 17 happens to be my birthday and my son’s. Sgt. Wheeler and I also enlisted in the military at the same age, 26.”

Heeg’s eulogy and profile of Sgt. Wheeler was published at A lesson plan inspired by the Silent Hero research was featured on the WWI page of National History Day’s website and in the upcoming publication “Great War, Flawed Peace, and the Lasting Legacy of World War I.”

Jiang and Omprakash Named Top Math Scholars

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High school freshman Jimmy Jiang and Robert Frost eighth grader Adithan Omprakash were among only 84 students named Long Island Young Scholars of Mathematics by the Institute of Creative Problem Solving for Gifted and Talented Students at SUNY Old Westbury. Their selection recognizes that they are in the top one-tenth of one percent of Long Island math students in their grade level.

Sensational “Seussical” Makes Musical Magic for Frost’s Cabaret Club

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In December, Robert Frost’s Cabaret actors put on a sensational production of “Seussical,” a musical by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty based on the beloved stories of Dr. Seuss. Directed by Lauren Stein and Lori Sullivan, with colorful set design and costumes by Joyce Carmen, it was the students’ third show as the Robert Frost Cabaret and their first as an official club.

The dedicated cast included Abigail Siegel as the Cat in the Hat; Xavier Edmond as Horton; Eve Valentine as JoJo; Stephanie Sheeler as Gertrude McFuzz; Cassidy Boltz as Mayzie La Bird; Julia Silva as Sour Kangaroo; Hayden Snyder as Young Kangaroo; Frankie Alfieri as Mr. Mayor; Kayleigh Pelicano as Mrs. Mayor; Bryana Aguilar, Dilon Jefferies, Jeremy Theroux and Sara Zirpola as the Wickersham Brothers; Caiden Boltz, Maddalena Galina, Arielle Salgado and Sophia Sheeler as the Bird Girls; Jeremy Theroux as Judge Yertle the Turtle; Elizabeth Howe as the Grinch; Lili Maxwell as Vlad Vladikoff; Alexis Borowski, Tamia Floyd, Aubrey Goetz, Veronica Moser, Ashleigh Rauch, Brooke Rivela and Katelyn Sanchez as the Who’s; and Baileigh Braithwaite, Aliyah Daniels Hannah Ferguson, Liliana Maxwell, Nathaly Rivera, Jaidyn Schabe and Jeremy Theroux as the Jungle Citizens.

"At the start of every show, we are just a bunch of actors, and by the end, we are one big family that can make each other laugh and create a comfortable place to be ourselves,” said eighth grader Silva. “I had a really good time participating in our musical, which taught me that being different is awesome and that dreams come true if you put your mind to them. I made so many new friends and memories with our cast this year.”


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