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Dr. Eliana K. Levey
Principal

@DrLevey_RFMS

 
 James Henry 
Associate Principal
Kevin Quirk 
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

 

Kevin Quirk 
Dignity Act Coordinator
(631) 274-4210

 

Twitter: @RobertFrostMS

Instagram: @rfms1967

 



CLICK HERE for the Daily Announcements

CLICK HERE for the calendar to Clubs/Activities


 

Please refer to your child's teachers' Google Classrooms for the most up to date information regarding Distance Learning.  Be well and be safe through this trying time.  We miss you all!!!!

 

 


 

DP Athletic Department - FINAL FORMS INFORMATION

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.

CLICK HERE to access the online Jostens store.

 


 

 

 

CLICK HERE FOR 3:20 pm LATE BUS ROUTE INFORMATION  

CLICK HERE FOR 5:00 pm SPORTS BUS ROUTE INFORMATION

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.

 


 

 

CLICK HERE to read important information

regarding student arrival and dismissal.

 


 

Parent Portal through Infinite Campus is the best way to keep track of your child's grades and progress in school.  Report cards are not mailed home.  Please make sure to sign up for Parent Portal!

CLICK HERE to read information on Parent Portal and Student Parent Portal accounts

 


 

Robert Frost recognized as a No Place for Hate school!

 

 

 


 

Looking to get in touch with a faculty member?  

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

Check out our 2019-2020 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 Membership Form 

Click here for PFC Social Media information

  

Next PFC Mtg will be TBD

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.

April's Theme is:

Making Responsible Choices

 


Upcoming Events 

    

 

 


Frost Students Win Third in LIFACS Sustainability Challenge

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Robert Frost family and consumer science students Jordyn Haskins and Erin Sullivan recently entered the Long Island FACS Sustainability Challenge and won third place. For their project, the pair collected Doritos chip bags from the school’s cafeteria, washed them, dried them on a clothesline and then sewed the bags together, layer by layer, to make an apron.

“We tried to solve the problem of eliminating chip bags going into landfills, and used the repurposed aprons during our FACS classes,” said Haskins. “To make sure that future generations enjoy what we enjoy, we need sustainability. If we can reuse and make different things out of used materials like rubber and plastic, we can make a better future.”

A Positively Purple P.S. I Love You Day in Deer Park

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A perfectly positive P.S. I Love You Day was celebrated in Deer Park on Feb. 14, with the color purple used to symbolize love, acceptance, anti-bullying and suicide prevention. Students and staff at the high school, Robert Frost and JFK were encouraged to wear purple to show their support, purple ribbon was wrapped around trees by the school and notes with positive messages were posted on student lockers.

Founded by West Islip teenager Brooke DiPalma, the event is held annually on the second Friday of February. DiPalma visited Frost this year to meet with the middle school’s student council and talk about why she started P.S. I Love You Day 10 years ago to honor her father, whose tragic suicide inspired the movement.

Frost’s Falconettes Finish Successful Season at Championships

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The Falconettes kickline team from Frost recently finished a terrific season by competing in the Long Island Kickline Championships, earning third place in both the team and pom categories.

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.

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