Dr. Eliana K. Levey
Gary Ramonetti
Associate Principal - Curr, Inst. & Assess.
Charles Cobb
Associate Principal - Oper. & PPS

Christina Poppe   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for ELA, Reading & Library
John Watson   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Mathematics & Business
Kristen Crespo   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Science & Technology
Heather Stewart   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Social Studies & FACS
Dr. Jeff Dailey   Curriculum Associate K-12 for Fine & Performing Arts
Gina Palasciano   Curriculum Associate K-12 for World Languages & ESL

Charles Cobb
Dignity Act Coordinator
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January 28 - First day of Qtr 3/Sem 2 classes





Eighth-Grade Diver Takes Top Spot on Varsity


Ben Wilkonski, an eighth-grader at Robert Frost, finished in first place on the varsity diving team against North Babylon. With a score of 176.10, his feat qualified him for the state qualifying diving championships at SUNY Brentwood in February. He is currently ranked 20th in Suffolk County high schools and is the top-ranked eighth-grader.

Wilkonski had been a diver on the Frost swim team since seventh grade, before moving up to the varsity level as an eighth-grader. “He was such a exceptional diver that we knew he needed stronger competition,” said coach Craig Mangio. “You will be hearing much more about Ben in the future, he is one determined boy.”

Frost’s Fox Advances in Spelling Bee


Robert Frost eighth-grader Rebecca Fox earned victory in the middle school’s annual spelling bee on Jan. 6, which served as the qualifying round for the local edition of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Students competed to represent Robert Frost at Hofstra University’s final local edition on Feb. 8.

The first step in establishing Robert Frost’s single representative for the Hofstra competition took place in students’ language arts classes, where they completed a preliminary spelling assessment of 20 unfamiliar words. The highest preliminary assessment scorers from each grade level were invited to participate in the schoolwide spelling bee, with Fox clinching the championship by spelling the word “emporium” correctly.

“Our school is very proud of Rebecca and wishes her the best when she competes at Hofstra next month,” said Christina Poppe, Deer Park’s curriculum associate for English language arts, reading and library.

Frost Musicians and Council Visit Nursing Homes


Students from Robert Frost visited two nursing homes – Our Lady of Consolation in West Islip, for the ninth year, and for the first time, Momentum at South Bay in East Islip – on Dec.  18 to spread holiday cheer to the residents.

The middle school representatives included 36 members of the chamber choir, directed by Youngsun Koh-Lee; eight students of the chamber orchestra, under the direction of Maria Wingert; and 11 members of Frost’s student council, guided by Carole Dipietrantonio.

The chamber choir and the orchestra performed holiday music, while the student council presented gifts to the residents that the members had collected and wrapped.

Toys Delivered Thanks to Frost NJHS

Robert Frost’s National Junior Honor Society held its annual toy drive throughout December. All toys will be donated to the John Thiessen Children’s Foundation, which delivers the toys to sick and underprivileged children in over 185 hospitals and childcare facilities across Long Island.

Middle School Musicians Master Seasonal Sounds


Seventh- and eighth-grade musicians at Robert Frost made some holiday magic on Dec. 10 and 11, offering a two-day series of winter concerts that displayed their growing mastery of their voices and instruments.

Ensembles in the spotlight included the orchestra, directed by Maria Wingert; the chorus, directed by Youngsun Koh-Lee and accompanied by Eunsuk Cho; and the band, directed by Michael Livorno.

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