Sixth-Graders Transition to Frost

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Incoming sixth-graders at Robert Frost paid a visit to their new school for an orientation on the morning of Aug. 27, serving as an important step in transitioning to middle school.

Broken down into groups based on their upcoming lunch periods, the students met at the school cafeteria for a welcome breakfast, where they listened to an introduction by the principal, Dr. Eliana Levey. They were then divided by team for tours of the school, led by members of Frost’s National Junior Honor Society. The students also attended gym informational sessions, where they learned more about each other, and met with their guidance counselors to help alleviate any concerns and to become more aware of how things work at Frost.  

“It was great to see the excited students as they continue their transition to Frost,” said Associate Principal Gary Ramonetti.