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




End of Year Information!

Please CLICK HERE for the letter sent home regarding End of Year Information.

Please CLICK HERE for the June Testing Calendar.

Please contact your child's teacher or guidance counselor with any questions.


 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 15-16 school year.

Click here to read the flyer for our annual Auction Dinner on December 4th.

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.

June's Theme is:

Respecting Ourselves and Others




Please click here for the flyer to order your yearbook. 

Every year we sell out, so please don't delay, and order today!



You can also order your yearbook online through Jostens by clicking this link:


Please refer to our Virtual Backpack on the left side of the screen for important flyers and information.  We will post all flyers here instead of sending them home with the students.  They'll never get lost when they're in the virtual backpack!

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Upcoming Events 

CLICK HERE for June Calendar

 June 1-2 - Spring Concerts, 7pm

June 6 - Boys Fall Sports Physicals

June 8 - 5th grade Parent Orientation, 9 am OR 7 pm

June 10 - Girls Fall Sports Physicals

June 14 - Last Day of Classes, 8th grade picnic

June 15 - Final Exams begin (CLICK HERE for letter)

June 22 - Grade 8 Moving Up Rehearsal & Breakfast, 8-10 am

Grade 8 Moving Up Ceremony, 6pm

Grade 8 Dance, 7:30-10 pm

June 24 - Last Day of School

June 28 - Report Cards available on Parent Portal



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.

JFK Fun Club Cheers on Frost Softball Squad


In an inter-school show of support, the JFK Fun Club, directed by Marie Tortorici, came out to cheer on the Robert Frost softball team, coached by Keri Schumacher. The May 10 home contest ended in a 1-1 tie against Bay Shore Middle School.

“Everyone enjoyed watching an amazing game,” said Schumacher.

Honoring Student Talent at Fine and Performing Arts Awards


Deer Park honored outstanding student talent at the district’s annual fine and performing arts awards ceremony, held at the high school auditorium during the Board of Education meeting on April 19.

As their proud families watched, Bradley Murphy, the district’s curriculum associate for fine and performing arts, and Superintendent Eva J. Demyen presented the attending artists and performers with certificates and congratulations.

The musicians recognized included Joseph DeNoyior (NYSCAME All-County, All-State Mixed Chorus), Rebecca Fox (LISFA, SCMEA All-County Ensemble), Gianna Giffone (LISFA), Kalvin Guyer (NYSCAME All-County, All-State Orchestra, LISFA), Alaina Lin (LISFA, SCMEA Recorder Day), Jacie Matera (NYSCAME All-County), Ryder Min (LISFA, SCMEA Recorder Day), Michael Strenta (NYSCAME All-County, SCMEA All-County Jazz Ensemble), Catherine Wilkonski (LISFA) and Alec Winters (NYSCAME All-County, All-State Mixed Chorus).

Other SCMEA All-County Ensemble members honored were Valerie Alfaro, Megan Bush, Makenzie Caldone-Koury, Katherine Cho, Isabella Coon, Alexandria Costanza, Carolyn Do, Sara Felipe, Isabella Giglio, Kylie Kuhn, Josephine LoGrande, Nolan Maggio, Alia Naqvi, Christina Russell, Emanuel Saladino, Kailey Tenn and Michelle Xuan.

Other students recognized for participating in SCMEA Recorder Day were Giana Giffone, Erica Hughes, Paulina LoGrande, Sarah Naqvi, Dimitra Pavlatos, Damian Saladino, Gianna Sanchez, Theresa Tiernan, Angelina Winters and Megan Zhang.

Students who attended the New York State Theatre Education Association Conference were honored, including DeNoyior and Winters as well as Alleigha Brady, Samantha Colon, Tori DiTomasso, Anthony Henkel, Averi Lacoff, Alexandra Lane, Nolan Maggio, Jasmine Martin, Destiny Parsons, Danny Saturne, Bianca Taipe and Alejandro Villa-Vasquez.

Visual artists who were honored for their achievements included Regina Ambrosio (Babylon Hispanic Heritage Festival, LIU-Post Advanced Visions, Long Island’s Best at Heckscher Museum), Peighton Steiger (Colors of Long Island), Sean Thiesen (Colors of Long Island), Alex Troisi (LIU-Post Advanced Visions) and Jaelyn Voigt (Long Island’s Best at Heckscher Museum).

Also honored were participants in the SCALA art show, including Ambrosio and Graceann Almonte, Milton Ayala, Santos Barahona, Kristina Console, Gianna DelVecchio, Brianna Edouard, Oswald Greene, Maria Mitac, Kristina Kerr, Grace Oliveri, Adithan Omprakash, Alejandro Pino, Anthony Schiaffo, Taylor Sinclair, Emily Smith and Victoria Wheby.

Lastly, the district recognized student helpers from the high school’s Art and Literary Club, including Regina Ambrosio, Renee Ambrosio, Victoria Clark, Andres Colon, Megan Hammond, Karsten Scoggin and Troisi.

Deer Park’s Debut at the Special Olympics


Three young student-athletes from Deer Park – senior Bryan Guerriero and freshman Christopher DiDomenico from the high school, and Robert Frost seventh-grader Reyna Williams – participated in the Special Olympics Long Island Spring Games North, held May 1 at Walt Whitman High School in Huntington.

All three students competed in the softball throw event, marking Deer Park’s first time in the Special Olympics.

“It was an honor to witness the talents of our amazing students in a forum that has never been possible before,” said Board of Education Vice President Donna Marie Elliott. “We are all looking forward to seeing our team grow, and to possibly one day host a Special Olympics event here in Deer Park.”

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