​​​​​​​Principal - Dr. Eliana K. Levey

Associate Principal - Curr, Inst. & Assess.
  Gary Ramonetti

Associate Principal - Oper. & PPS
Charles Cobb

 Curriculum Associate 6-12 for ELA, Reading & Library - Christina Poppe
Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Mathematics & Business - John Watson
Curriculum Associate 6- 12 for Science & Technology- Samir Biswas
 
Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Social Studies and FACS - Heather Stewart
      
Curriculum Associate K-12 for Fine & Performing Arts -Dr. Jeff Dailey             

Curriculum Associate K-12 for World Language & ESL - Gina Palasciano

 

Click on each person's name to send an email. 


SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS 2014-2015

 

Please click on each of the links for a suggested school supply list.

 

6th grade Supply List

7th grade Supply List

8th grade Supply List

 

 

 

 


 

See you in September!! 



ATTENTION INCOMING 6TH GRADE PARENTS!!

Thank you to everyone who attended last week's orientations.  As promised, here are all of the materials that were presented at the meeting.  We look forward to seeing you in September!

Dr. Levey's PowerPoint

Guidance Department PowerPoint

Parent/Student Information Manual 2014-2015

Agenda/Handout


 

  
(Parent Faculty Club)

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

Click here for a membership form.


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.

September's Theme is:


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Upcoming Events


Summer School Carnival Debut

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Marking a transition to the return of classes in September, the district held its first summer school carnival in August, celebrating the program’s last day. The event – including numerous games, coloring books, bubble blowing, hula hooping, cotton candy and a visit from Mister Softee – was held at the JFK gymnasium.

“I thought it would be nice to do something for the children, who worked so hard all summer,” said teacher Phyllis Senia, who planned the carnival. “It shows them that coming to school brings a reward, where they can play and have a good time.”

The summer program, which includes a variety of activities and field trips, benefits approximately 60 special education students, ranging from kindergarten to high school, from each of the district’s schools, aided by a staff of 33 teachers and administrators as well as student volunteers.

 

Eighth-Graders Anticipate High School at Moving Up

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Friends and family filled the gymnasium at Robert Frost as its Class of 2014 moved up and onward to high school in a recent ceremony filled with pride and excitement for the future.

National Junior Honor Society President Celine Marino led the Pledge of Allegiance, and Student Council President Lynne Gbadamosi addressed her classmates. “The life lessons we’ve learned and skills we’ve acquired made it all worth it,” she said. “No matter what you become in life, perfect it, because nobody can take your dreams away from you.”

“Everyone is good at something, and everyone has something to contribute to this world,” Principal Eliana Levey said in her moving up address. She encouraged her 345 outgoing eighth-graders to continue to do what is right instead of what is popular, and to not allow others to put them down. As she wiped away tears, she told the students, “It’s time to take all you have learned at Frost and apply it at the high school. Don’t wait for life to happen to you – go out and make life happen.”

Superintendent of Schools Eva J. Demyen and members of the  Board of Education were on hand to present various student awards and graduation certificates to the future members of the Deer Park High School Class of 2018.

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