Celebrating the District’s Future


Students at Robert Frost Middle School and John F. Kennedy Intermediate School were joined by district teachers, administrators, Board of Education and community members for their moving-up ceremonies. The events marked educational milestones and students were celebrated for their academic accomplishments.

Robert Frost Principal Eliana Levey welcomed all in attendance and encouraged advancing eighth-grade students to explore the diverse courses, clubs and organizations the high school has to offer. Student Council President James Boss reflected on their years spent at Frost, and the mental, physical and social growth which the class has experienced.

To honor the outstanding in-classroom efforts of students, the district recognized those who achieved Presidential Academic Achievement and Presidential Academic Excellence Awards, while community awards recognized those students who made positive contributions to the school overall. To conclude the ceremony, Board of Education members presented students with graduation certificates.

John F. Kennedy Principal Susan Bonner kicked off the fifth-grade moving-up ceremony at JFK by thanking the educational community for their support and congratulating students on their successes over the past three years. Student Council members spoke to classmates about the activities, assemblies and classes which brought them together, and looked towards the bright future of the class as they enter middle school.

Musical talents of the fifth-grade class shone bright when students sang and performed a variety of musical selections, including “We’ll Meet Again. ” Students were individually recognized through various awards from community and school organizations, and every graduate was presented with a certificate by the school’s administrators.