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

Christine DiProperzio   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for ELA, Reading & Library
John Watson   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Mathematics & Business
Jachan Watkis   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Science & Technology
Heather Stewart   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Social Studies & FACS
Bradley Murphy   Curriculum Associate K-12 for Fine & Performing Arts
Gina Palasciano   Curriculum Associate K-12 for World Languages & ENL

Charles Cobb
Dignity Act Coordinator
(631) 274-4210







Congratulations to all of our 8th graders Moving-Up to

Deer Park High School with their new principal, Mr. Cobb!


Have a safe and restful summer!


 5th Grade Parent Orientation, Wednesday, June 8th

We invite all current 5th grade parents to join us for an informational meeting and orientation for students entering 6th grade in the 2016-17 school year.  The meetings will be held in the cafeteria at RFMS. 

Please choose to attend ONE meeting at either 9 am or 7 pm. 

This meeting is intended for parents and not students.  Students will have their own orientation in August.


Please CLICK HERE to read the letter that was mailed home to all 5th grade parents.




   (Parent Faculty Club)

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

Click here for a membership form.


Thank you for all of your support this year!

Click here to see the elected Board Members of the PFC.

Click here to see the calendar of PFC meetings for the 16-17 school year.

Click here to read the flyer for our annual Auction Dinner on

Click here for our request for donation letter for the Auction Dinner.



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

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Please click here for the flyer to order your yearbook. 

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Middle Schoolers Move on Up to High School


With their friends and family members in the crowd, eighth graders at Robert Frost Middle School in Deer Park celebrated during their moving up ceremony on June 22.

Led by Dr. Eliana Levey, Frost’s principal, the students were called one-by-one to the podium to receive the certificates they had been working for three years to attain.

“The middle school chapter could potentially be the most challenging,” Dr. Levey said. “I promised you that you’d end on a high note, and here we are tonight.”

Student Council President Raymond Ugalde congratulated his fellow classmates on the momentous accomplishment, telling them that he looks forward to seeing what they all accomplish in the years to come.

“We are known as the social media generation,” Ugalde said. “Everything we do or say has been posted online almost our whole lives. Even our parents are posting about us. We are labeled as the generation with our heads down looking at our phones. For as much as that might be true, I am here to remind everyone that we are much more than that.”

Dr. Levey and Associate Principals Charles Cobb and Gary Ramonetti presented several awards throughout the program. Students stood up as their names were called, receiving well-deserved applause. Cobb was recently appointed to be the new principal at Deer Park High School, so he will be following the graduating class on the next step in their educational journey.

“Three years ago, I got to call you the Robert Frost Class of 2016,” Cobb said. “From this point forward, I will refer to you as the Deer Park High School Class of 2020.”

Frost’s Fantastic Softball Team Finishes Unbeaten


The softball team at Robert Frost Middle School, coached by Keri Schumacher, finished their spring 2016 season with an undefeated record.

“I am so proud of how they all supported each other to do their best,” said Schumacher.

Middle Schoolers Offer Homemade Help for Soup Kitchen


In a caring show of community service, Frost seventh-graders in the home and career class of Cindy Adriaenssens and Paula Behrens recently used their knowledge of nutrition and baking to make 40 loaves of homemade whole-grain-and-seed bread for The Mercy Inn Soup Kitchen at Trinity Church in Wyandanch.

While honing their skills, the students strengthened a caring community by helping others, and contributed to better nutrition by preparing a healthier bread recipe.  

“I was happy to help,” said student Glen Hope, who helped bake, wrap and deliver the needed loaves. “I’m glad I learned baking and organization skills, so now I know how to help others in need.”

The students are already looking forward to Mercy Inn’s request for future assistance in making rolls and desserts for the soup kitchen.

“I am always proud of how our students always rise so enthusiastically to community service opportunities,” said Behrens.

Frost’s Band-Aid Project Celebrates Autism Acceptance


Robert Frost student Kristin Schuster recently spearheaded the Band-Aid Project, helping to earn her Girl Scout Silver Award while helping her school celebrate autism awareness and acceptance.

A total of 142 students took part in the event on March 23, wearing band-aids across their mouths for the duration of the school day, preventing them from speaking while still participating in all of their classes. In order to communicate, each of these students brought a writing instrument to school, and used whiteboard or paper and pencil to write out responses. At the end of the day, the students reported to the Frost cafeteria to remove their band-aids and share their experiences with the group.    

Working with teacher Tom Locasio and film students, Schuster then created a video presentation on the Band-Aid Project. The resulting film, edited and produced by Locasio, was shown in classrooms on May 6 to coincide with Frost’s first-ever Autism Acceptance Day.

“This project was a labor of love for so many of us and Kristin made it easy,” said speech teacher Stephanie O’Connell. “She is truly a remarkable young woman.”

Continuing French Traditions at Annual Dinner


The annual French Dinner continues to be a Deer Park tradition and highlight for students in the district’s French language program from grades 6-12. Participating students and their families prepared and tasted dishes from Francophone areas around the world.

This year’s dinner, held on April 29 at the Robert Frost cafeteria, was organized by teachers Kimberly Lecamus and Kari Schiano. Also in attendance was Nancy Wolman, a retired French teacher and president of the American Association of Teachers of French LI, who was recognized for organizing Deer Park’s first French Dinner more than 15 years ago.

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