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



 We are looking forward to hosting our parents for our fall conferences on Thursday, 11/19 from 5 - 8 pm.

  Please click here to read the letter that was mailed home that explains how our conferences work.  If you have any questions, please contact your child's teacher, or our guidance department.



The Fall Book Fair hosted by our PFC will be this Thursday and Friday, 11/19-11/20, during lunch periods.  The Book Fair will also be open during Parent/Teacher Conferences on Thursday night from 5 - 8 pm.  Start your holiday shopping early and support our students at the same time.


Please CLICK HERE to read the daily announcements.




   (Parent Faculty Club)

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

Click here for a membership form.


Our next meeting is

Wednesday, January 13th at 7 pm in the cafeteria.

We will be honoring November and December's Students of the Month and Project Wisdom Students of the Month at this meeting.

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.

November's Theme is:

Daring to Be Our Best




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 

November 19 - Parent-Teacher Conferences 5 - 8 pm

Evening Book Fair 7 pm

November 19-20 - Book Fair

November 23 - Early Yearbook Orders deadline

November 26-27 - Thanksgiving Recess - School Closed






Deer Park Does ‘Dinner and a Show’


Students, teachers, and parents celebrated Deer Park’s artistic talents at the inaugural “Dinner and a Show” event, hosted by the Deer Park Arts Council. More than 300 guests attended the event, held on Nov. 13 at the high school.

A pasta dinner was served, followed by an hour of performances by students and faculty. Attendees also enjoyed an art exhibition of selected works from students. The district plans to make “Dinner and a Show” an annual event to recognize student talent and faculty guidance in the arts.

“As a new administrator in Deer Park, this night offered a wonderful opportunity for me to learn more about the community’s appreciation and commitment to the arts,” said Bradley Murphy, the district’s curriculum associate for fine and performing arts.

Frost Student’s Sandwich Solicitation Helps Local Vets


In recognition of Veterans Day, Jack Serra, Robert Frost eighth-grader solicited donations to make meals for local veterans at the Northport Veterans Affairs Medical Center. With the help of members from the school’s National Junior Honor Society as well as two teachers, veteran John Heeg and NJHS adviser Seth Margolin, they made about 150 sandwiches, which were delivered on the evening of Nov. 10 to veterans at the Salvation Army Northport Veterans Residence. Each veteran received two sandwiches, chips, a donut and a drink.

“This was a great experience for me,” said Serra. “I’m glad I got to share it with some of my friends.”

Wrapping Trees to Remain Drug Free at Frost


Robert Frost's student council recognized Red Ribbon Week at the end of October by wrapping the trees in front of the school in red bows.

“We are proud of all of the Robert Frost students who stepped forward to take the pledge to remain drug free,” said Principal Eliana Levey. “Celebrating Red Ribbon week has become a tradition for us, and I'm pleased to see our students make such an important commitment to their health and their future.”

Building Momentum with Fourth Health Fair


The district held its fourth annual Health & Wellness Fair on Oct. 24, in conjunction with the high school’s Varsity Leaders Club Halloween Carnival and a Deer Park Fire Department open house. The free event, sponsored by the district’s health and physical education department, took place at a new double location on Lake Avenue – at JFK as well as across the street at the firehouse – with representatives of the Suffolk County police and sheriff’s departments also on hand.

This year’s fair was the most heavily attended to date, and featured numerous health-related activities and more than 50 informational booths, including a mobile blood drive; dental and orthodontic care; fire safety and CPR; healthy eating demonstrations; health screenings; sports clinics; child safety and car seat inspections; martial arts and kickboxing; and Zumba, Pilates and yoga.  The high school’s clubs sponsored a Chinese auction, while students from family and consumer science teacher Patricia Skjoldahl’s class perfected a parfait recipe to present to attendees.

“We seem to be building momentum with each passing year,” said the district’s health administrator, Dominick Fontana. “Our goal is to continue adding activities and vendors in years to follow.”

Checking out the Chamber with Frost Orchestra


In a fabulous field trip, the Robert Frost Middle School Eighth-Grade Orchestra visited New York City’s Lincoln Center on Oct. 21 to watch a rehearsal of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. For 90 minutes, the students witnessed first-hand what a professional group of musicians do to prepare for a performance, and were given the opportunity to ask questions afterward.

The Chamber Music Society was preparing for a performance of George Philipp Telemann’s 1761 “Don Quixote Suite,” which took place the next day.

“Our Frost musicians discovered that the Society’s rehearsal methods were very much like their own rehearsals in school,” said Bradley Murphy, the district’s curriculum associate for fine and performing arts. “Maria Wingert, their orchestra teacher, was very proud of their outstanding behavior and thoughtful questions during the discussion period of the program.”

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