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Dr. Eliana K. Levey


 James Henry 
Associate Principal
Philip Paniccia
Associate Principal 


Michelle Kwon   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   Curriculum Associate K-12 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


Philip Paniccia
Dignity Act Coordinator
(631) 274-4210


Twitter: @RobertFrostMS

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Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on Wednesday, November 28th from 5-8 pm by appointment only.  Appointments will be scheduled via our Online Scheduler site.  The Online Scheduler will open on Monday, November 19th.  A letter was mailed home that explained all the details of conference night, and how to log-in to the Scheduler. 

CLICK HERE to read the letter that was sent home.


When it is time to use the Online Scheduler, you will be able to access it by clicking on the icon below.






Scholastic Book Fair coming next week, 11/28 - 11/29! 



 CLICK HERE to read all the information you need to order your

2018-2019 RFMS Yearbook!


CLICK HERE to go directly to the Lifetouch website

Deadline to order is 3/20/19

Yearbook ID CODE is 13221819




CLICK HERE to get the order flyer. 


CLICK HERE to see examples of the Spirit Wear.




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!

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Acceptable Use of School Accounts by Students

  • You have a school Google Account.  It is owned by Deer Park Public School District

  • The account is only to be used for school-related assignments and activities.

  • Searching for any other non-school related subjects is prohibited.

  • Searches are monitored

  • Any questionable search is subject to disciplinary action in accordance with the Deer Park Union Free School District Code of Conduct.  




Our new mission statement, revised and collaborated on

by the 2017-2018 Site-Based Committee

led by Associate Principal, Mr. Paniccia 




Robert Frost recognized as a 2017-2018 Gold Star

No Place for Hate school!





Get the facts on Bullying and Bullying Prevention! 


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

Check out our 2018-19 Chain of Communication

flyer HERE 




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   (Parent Faculty Club)

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


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Next PFC Mtg will be January 16th at 7 pm


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

Project Wisdom Students of the Month from the months of November and December






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

Upcoming Events 

11/19 - Parent Portal Open/Report Cards available

11/19 - Parent-Teacher Conference Online Scheduler Open

11/20 - Districtwide 1/2 hour dismissal drill

11/21-11/23 - No School - Thanksgiving Recess

11/28 - Parent-Teacher Conferences, 5-8 pm by appointment only

11/28-11/29 - Book Fair




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Frost Debuts Burkel’s Brew Club

Frost Debuts Burkel’s Brew Club

Burkel’s Brew Club recently opened for business on Fridays at Robert Frost, offering coffee and smiles. Students in Rachel Burkel’s class collaborated with teachers in both technology and art classes on the design of the cup holders and design of the logo for the aprons.  Every week the students work on a variety of functional skills including stuffing mailboxes with order forms, organizing forms by team period, socializing appropriately with adults, using the cash register, making change and taking inventory.

“The first week was a big success and the children are looking forward to serving more coffee throughout the year,” said Burkel.

Deer Park Students Show Why They Write

Deer Park Students Show Why They Write

Deer Park’s English language arts department celebrated the National Day on Writing on Oct. 19 by asking students at the high school and Robert Frost to reflect on why they write. The National Day on Writing, an initiative of the National Council of Teachers of English, uses the theme and hashtag of #WhyIWrite to garner attention for the idea of writing as critical to literacy.

Students in each ELA class at both Deer Park schools were able to create their own hashtags or comment on what motivates them to write, using yellow chart paper as well as chalk.

“This activity provided our students a moment to think and to reflect on why they write, which is something they do every day,” said Michelle Kwon, the district’s curriculum associate for ELA, reading and library.

Deer Park Community Parades with Pride at Homecoming

Deer Park Community Parades with Pride at Homecoming
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Deer Park Community Parades with Pride at Homecoming 3

Gray skies could not deter a proud Deer Park community from showing its pride with a terrific parade, marching with gusto on Oct. 20 from JFK to Al Centamore Football Field. Leading the revelers was Superintendent of Schools Eva Demyen, the parade’s grand marshal. Demyen, who has led the district since 2009, will be retiring after this school year.

A highlight of the parade was a fantastic float foursome based on the theme of superheroes. The sophomore class took first place with their Batman float, the juniors came in second with a Spider-Man effort, the freshmen took third with a Hulk creation, and the seniors’ Superman float finished fourth. The sophomores also won the Spirit Week competition and a class fundraiser competition, earning them the chance to hit Principal Charles Cobb in the face with a pie at the homecoming kickoff party.

Student Council President Katherine Cho, the high school’s upcoming valedictorian, led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance. Guest speakers included Suffolk County Legislator Tom Donnelly, a graduate of Deer Park’s Class of 1984, and retired Babylon Town Clerk Carol Quirk.
After demanding some “real Falcon cheering” from the crowd, Quirk recognized Demyen and presented the superintendent with a certificate of appreciation. 

“I’m truly honored to have been appointed as grand marshal, but I am more honored to have served this awesome community,” said Demyen. “I love this place so much. Where else can you find such an outpouring of people who are so zestful for life and committed to the children of this district? Thank you for your support.”

Performers for the afternoon included the high school’s marching band and women’s choir, the high school and middle school kickline teams, and a talented array of cheerleading squads including the high school’s varsity and junior varsity as well as younger Robert Frost Middle School, competition and PAL teams.

Before the start of the varsity football game, Sammy Ahmed was named homecoming king and Gianna Minerva as homecoming queen. The homecoming court was rounded out by Ryan Hegney, Charlie Jacob, Joe Leon, Alyssa Shindel, Isabella Vene and DeAnna Vento.

In the football contest, a valiant effort by the football Falcons fell short, with the team falling to Newfield, 49-38.

Sixth-Grade Scientists at Frost Experiment with Pennies

Sixth-Grade Scientists at Frost Experiment with Pennies

Sixth-grade scientists in Carey Okurowski’s class at Robert Frost recently designed a controlled experiment to find out which side of a penny could hold more drops of water before it spilled over the edge. After designing the experiment, the students had to follow their plan to test their hypothesis. They counted drops of water as they were placed on their penny and recorded their data in a data table.

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