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Dr. Eliana K. Levey


 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


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color-coded CALENDAR for OCTOBER





October 1, 2020, 6 - 8 PM

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CLICK HERE for the schedule to fill out with your child




Back to School Information

Back to School Parent Letter

Back to School Parent and Student Letter

20-21 School Supply List

Arrival & Dismissal Procedures

Arrival & Dismissal MAP

RFMS Directional MAP of school

20-21 Chain of Communication Chart

20-21 Parent & Student Information Booklet

Parent Portal Information for Parents

Parent Portal Information for Students to set up their own account

6th grade Parent Letter

Tips for New Middle School Parents

Tips for New Middle School Students



On Virtual Wednesdays,

students will follow the bell schedule linked below




Students will receive Google Meet invitations

from their teachers through Google Classroom.


Please ask your teachers if you have any questions.




8/18, 6pm

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Click the link below to access  


DPSD Reopening Plan




Need Chromebook assistance? 

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For the 3rd consecutive year, Robert Frost has been designated

as a "No Place for Hate" School by the Anti-Defamation League.

Congratulations to everyone in our school for continuing this legacy!




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!





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Chain of Communication

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   (Parent Faculty Club)

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Next PFC Mtg will be TBD




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

October's Theme is:

Making a Difference  






Deer Park Secondary Students Explore Hispanic Literature and Culture

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Deer Park secondary students and teachers recently celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with readings from contemporary and historical Hispanic literature. Students in ELA classes at Deer Park High School and Robert Frost Middle School participated in different activities celebrating Hispanic writers, including browsing and reading Latino young adult literature, writing poems modeled on historical authors, and even letting guest readers perform Spanish-language poetry while analyzing translation.

“It was gratifying to see all students making connections to their lives, to their peers and to the current day,” said Jeanne Kozlowsky, District Administrator for Secondary Curriculum and Instruction. “It is important to recognize and celebrate the ways that culture is such an integral part of learning.”

Date Added: 10/11/2022

Dot Day in Deer Park Highlights Important Message

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Numerous art classes in buildings across the district participated in International Dot Day activities and projects, based on the book “The Dot” by Peter H. Reynolds. The book’s strong message encourages students to always try their best.

At JFK, art teacher Briana Nussbaum and music teacher Kristen Lombardo collaborated to create a multifaceted piece. In art class, students worked on creating their own dots, while fourth-grade music classes learned a Dot Day song written by Reynolds and Emily Dale. The two teachers then used footage of the dots being made and a recording of the students singing the Dot Day song to develop a music video.

At Robert Frost, seventh graders who had grown up reading “The Dot” revisited the book during Samantha Racano’s art classes. The students rotated between four stations, with activities ranging from marble-paint rolling and painting tie-dye, to stamping dots of paint and finally chalk-dipping.

“We read ‘The Dot’ again together because the message is important for all ages,” Racano said. “The students and myself all had so much fun creating such a variety of dots.”

All of the participating schools prepared Dot Day banners for display.

“It’s a beautiful thing when our children can utilize both art and music to promote love, acceptance and kindness towards each other,” JFK Associate Principal Shaun McLeod said.  

Date Added: 9/28/2022