Dr. Eliana K. Levey


Gary Ramonetti
Associate Principal - Curr, Inst. and Assess.
Philip Paniccia
Associate Principal - Oper. and PPS

Michelle Kwon   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for ELA, Reading and Library
James Henry   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Mathematics and Business
David Knuffke   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Science and Technology
Heather Stewart   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Social Studies and FACS
Bradley Murphy   Curriculum Associate K-12 for Fine and Performing Arts
Gina Palasciano   Curriculum Associate K-12 for World Languages and ENL

Philip Paniccia
Dignity Act Coordinator
(631) 274-4210



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Next PFC Mtg is Wednesday, January 18th @ 6 pm in the cafeteria


Please join us as we honor our Students of the Month and

Project Wisdom Students of the Month from November and December


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

November's Theme is:

Keeping a Positive Attitude!



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Upcoming Events 

November 18 - Quarter 1 Report Cards available after 5 pm, Parent Portal open

November 24-25 - Thanksgiving - SCHOOL CLOSED

November 29 - Yearbook Order Deadline

December 2 - Heritage & Culture Night, 4-6 pm in Cafe

December 7 - Fall Photo Make-Ups

December 13-14 - Winter Concerts, 6:30 pm

December 13-14 - Poinsettia Sale and Pick-Up, 6pm

December 16 - Qtr 2 Progress Reports, Parent Portal Open

December 24-January 2, 2017 - Winter Recess - SCHOOL CLOSED



Frost Sixth-Graders Set Out on Zoo Adventure


Rain did not deter Robert Frost sixth-graders from an exciting recent tour of the Bronx Zoo, where they learned about the zoo’s history and some of its more interesting inhabitants.

“Surrounded by woods, amazing animals and architecture, exhibits and atmosphere, we forgot we were in the Bronx,” said one of the accompanying teachers, Paula Behrens. “The zoo is amazing.”

According to Behrens, the students were most intrigued by the feeding of the gorillas in the Congo Rainforest, viewing lions and polar bears, and the array of creatures residing in the Reptile House.

The Fling’s the Thing for Pumpkin Chucking Champs


Competing for the seventh year in a row, the Dark Falcons high school pumpkin chucking team took first place in the Pumpkin Fling, Long Island’s annual championship pumpkin catapult contest held on Oct. 29 at the Suffolk County Farm and Education Center in Yaphank.

Led by coach Bruce Sander, the skilled students – from eighth-graders to seniors – hurled the 3-5-pound gourds more than 1,000 feet with their own trebuchet, having used physics, design and construction techniques to construct this medieval siege machine. The team also provided demonstrations at Robert Frost and May Moore.

Going Green for a Day to Support Frost Vets

The Robert Frost student council asked students and staff to wear green on Nov. 10 to show support for the school’s veterans, including David Blum, John Heeg, John Steigerwald and Daryl Woods. Student council members also made charm bracelets to help raise funds for veterans.

Red Ribbon Week at Robert Frost and JFK


In recognition of Red Ribbon Week at the end of October, the student council at Robert Frost wrapped red bows around the trees outside the building. Each morning during the week, Frost students reflected on alcohol and drug awareness and on “Red Day,” motivational speaker David Flood visited the school’s sixth- and seventh-graders, sharing his stories about drugs and alcohol to help the students make better choices for themselves.

“David was able to speak candidly to our students and helped open their eyes to some of the issues around them,” said Frost Associate Principal Gary Ramonetti. “One sixth-grader even told David that he was the first speaker to reach him.”

Meanwhile, the staff at JFK honored Red Ribbon Week by wearing sports jerseys as part of the school’s “Team Up Against Drugs” initiative.

School Spirit on Display at Frost Pep Rally


In preparation for the following morning’s homecoming, the entire student body of Robert Frost gathered in the gym on Oct. 14 for a rousing pep rally. After an impressive rendition of the national anthem by Isabella Serrano, the Frost’s football, boys soccer, girls soccer, kickline and cheerleading teams were recognized, and the students enjoyed performances by the latter.

“It was great to see the enthusiasm and school spirit in all of our students leading up to homecoming,” said Associate Principal Gary Ramonetti.

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