Robert Frost Middle School


 

 


 

10/20/17

  • Attention 8th Grade Students: Those wishing to apply for High School magnet program, please be advised that the application and test preparation booklets for the following programs at Blair High School, Richard Montgomery High School, and Poolesville High School have arrived to Robert Frost Middle School.  Please stop by the counseling office and pick your copy up today. Applications are also available on the MCPS web site. There are three important dates to remember. The application deadline is Friday, November 3rd. The testing date is Saturday December 2nd. The specific testing  times and locations can be found in the application.www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/curriculum/specialprograms/      
  •  Ni hao (Nee how), 7th and 8th grade students. How would you like to visit China and Beijing Number 5 Middle School during Spring Break?  Here's your chance. An interest meeting for you and your parents will be held Thursday, November 2, at 7:00 p.m.in the media center. See Dr. Jones if you have questions.
  •  Attention ALL Book Wars Teams: We will meet today in the LIBRARY during your lunch period
  •  The Talent show is on Thursday, October 26th, 7:00 pm,  in the RFMS gymnasium. Tickets, $5,  will be sold during lunches next week.
  • Final Frontiers is a school wide STEM competition here at Robert Frost.  You can engineer a catapult, a bridge, a micro mass tower, take Newton's Nightmare physics test, or even compete in a Mystery event.  Final Frontiers has changed from years past, so come to Mrs. Fishman's room 106, Friday October 27th, during SOAR for more information.  Everyone is welcome!
  •  Attention Students! We are very excited to be able to offer an educational trip to California at Robert Frost Middle School. You should have received an invitation packet through your math classes about this STEM trip. If you missed the informational meeting on October 19th, than you can talk to Mrs. Woo. If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Woo
  • Looking for SSL opportunities?  Take part and Celebrate the 31st Annual Montgomery County Community Service Week, October 22-29th.  Visit the MCPS volunteer website for approved opportunities as well as check out the SSL bulletin board.
  • Students who ride an MCPS bus to and from school are expected to ride their assigned bus. If you want to ride a bus that you are not assigned to, permission must be obtained from the main office IN ADVANCE. If the bus is already at capacity, you will not be allowed to ride the bus. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
  • Attention students interested in participating in the upcoming AMC 8 math competitio:
  • The AMC-8 will be held at Robert Frost Middle School on Tuesday, November 14, in room 203 at 3:20-4:20 (or so). To register, please complete the attached registration form and send it to Catherine Asaro at asaro@pobox.com
  • Are you brave and crazy enough to tackle an ambitious writing project in just ONE month?? Join Mrs. Yu in the Library Wed Oct 25th during SOAR to learn more about National Novel Writing Month and how YOU can join forces with over 100,000 young writers from around the world to defeat the Evil Inner Editor, outsmart the tricky Plot Twist, and write faster than a speeding keyboard-all to draft an entire novel in just 30 days. See you there!
  • Next week during Excel/ Now Reading students will have the opportunity to write Frost Instagrams for a friend. It costs $1 and proceeds will go to the hurricane relief. A middle school in Texas will use the money to purchase supplies much needed by students there who have been impacted by horrible weather conditions. Homeroom teachers have received everything you need to complete your Frost Instagrams this week. Adults, You are more than welcome to join the hurricane relief as well by writing to another adult and placing the Frost Instagram and $1 in Mrs. Avila-Miller's mailbox. An envelope and instructions can be found there. 
  • Red Ribbon Week starts on Monday Oct 23rd!! Show your school spirit and your pledge to stay drug free. Start on Monday by wearing your favorite pajamas to school and put drugs to bed!


 

 

10/19/17

 

 

  • Ni hao (Nee how), 7th and 8th grade students. How would you like to visit China and Beijing Number 5 Middle School during Spring Break?  Here's your chance. An interest meeting for you and your parents will be held Thursday, November 2, at 7:00 p.m.in the media center. See Dr. Jones if you have questions
  •  Attention 8th Grade Students: Those wishing to apply for High School magnet program, please be advised that the application and test preparation booklets for the following programs at Blair High School, Richard Montgomery High School, and Poolesville High School have arrived to Robert Frost Middle School.  Please stop by the counseling office and pick your copy up today. Applications are also available on the MCPS web site. There are three important dates to remember. The application deadline is Friday, November 3rd. The testing date is Saturday December 2nd. The specific testing  times and locations can be found in the application. www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/curriculum/specialprograms/ 
  • Attention all 8th graders interested in the Blair Magnet Program. Mr. Ostrander, the coordinator, will come speak with 8th graders on Thursday, 10/19/17 at lunch. Please see Ms. Hallas in the Counseling office to sign up and get a pass.
  • We will rehearse for the Talent Show today, Thursday 10/19, 3:30-6:30. Thursday is a dress rehearsal so the students will be in costume/outfits. The show is on Thursday, October 26th, 7:00 pm,  in the RFMS gymnasium. Tickets, $5,  will be sold during lunches next week.
  • Final Frontiers is a school wide STEM competition here at Robert Frost.  You can engineer a catapult, a bridge, a micro mass tower, take Newton's Nightmare physics test, or even compete in a Mystery event.  Final Frontiers has changed from years past, so come to Mrs. Fishman's room 106, Friday October 27th, during SOAR for more information.  Everyone is welcome!
  • Attention Students! We are very excited to be able to offer an educational trip to California at Robert Frost Middle School. You should have received an invitation packet through your math classes about this STEM trip. Please remind parents to join us for a 30-minute informational meeting on Thursday, October 19th at 6:00 pm in room 216. We plan to cover all of the program basics, how to register for the trip and also learn more about World Studies, the educational travel company that is helping us organize the trip. We would like every student to join us. If you have any questions leading up to the meeting, please email Mrs. Woo.
  • Looking for SSL opportunities?  Take part and Celebrate the 31st Annual Montgomery County Community Service Week, October 22-29th.  Visit the MCPS volunteer website for approved opportunities as well as check out the SSL bulletin board.
  • Attention all students:  Students who ride an M-C-P-S bus to and from school are expected to ride their assigned bus. If you want to ride a bus that you are not assigned to, permission must be obtained from the main office in advance only. If the bus is already at capacity, you will not be allowed to ride the bus. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

 

 


 

 

10/17/ 17

 

 

  • Attention 8th Grade Students: Those wishing to apply for High School magnet program, please be advised that the application and test preparation booklets for the following programs at Blair High School, Richard Montgomery High School, and Poolesville High School have arrived to Robert Frost Middle School.  Please stop by the counseling office and pick your copy up today. Applications are also available on the MCPS web site. There are three important dates to remember. The application deadline is Friday, November 3rd. The testing date is Saturday December 2nd. The specific testing  times and locations can be found in the application.
  •  Attention all 8th graders interested in the Blair Magnet Program. Mr. Ostrander, the coordinator, will come speak with 8th graders on Thursday, 10/19/17 at lunch. Please see Ms. Hallas in the Counseling office to sign up and get a pass.
  •  Ni hao (Nee how), 7th and 8th grade students. How would you like to visit China and Beijing Number 5 Middle School during Spring Break?  Here's your chance. An interest meeting for you and your parents will be held Thursday, November 2, at 7:00 p.m.in the media center. See Dr. Jones if you have questions.
  •  Attention members of Generations Together: Remember that for this week it's members who are NEW to the club that may attend, but also remember that you must have turned in your permission slip in order to do so
  •  Attention to the cast and crew of the Talent Show! We will rehearse during SOAR on Monday and Wednesday in room 232.
  • Attention Library Advisory Board: Our first meeting is TODAY after school in the Library.
  • We will rehearse for the Talent Show on Tuesday, 10/17,  3:30-4:30 pm. and on Thursday 10/19, 3:30-6:30. Thursday is a dress rehearsal so the students will be in costume/outfits. The show is on Thursday, October 26th, 7:00 pm,  in the RFMS gymnasium. Tickets, $5,  will be sold during lunches next week.
  • Attention Library Advisory Board: Our first meeting is TODAY after school in the Library.
  • Attention all girls! Come learn skills that promote good self esteem in Frost's new club L.I.V.E. Love Individuals and Value Everyone. This club focuses on promoting leadership skills and confidence through super fun activities, guest speakers, and videos. Flyers and a signup sheet are located in the counseling office.

 

 

 

10/16/17

 

  • Attention 8th Grade Students: Those wishing to apply for High School magnet program, please be advised that the application and test preparation booklets for the following programs at Blair High School, Richard Montgomery High School, and Poolesville High School have arrived to Robert Frost Middle School.  Please stop by the counseling office and pick your copy up today. Applications are also available on the MCPS web site. There are three important dates to remember. The application deadline is Friday, November 3rd. The testing date is Saturday December 2nd. The specific testing  times and locations can be found in the application. www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/curriculum/specialprograms/  
  •  Attention Students! We are very excited to be able to offer an educational trip to California at Robert Frost Middle School. You should have received an invitation packet through your math classes about this STEM trip. Please remind parents to join us for a 30-minute informational meeting on Thursday, October 19th at 6:00 pm in room 216. We plan to cover all of the program basics, how to register for the trip and also learn more about World Strides, the educational travel company that is helping us organize the trip. We would like every student to join us. If you have any questions leading up to the meeting, please email Mrs. Woo
  •  Ni hao (Nee how), 7th and 8th grade students. How would you like to visit China and Beijing Number 5 Middle School during Spring Break?  Here's your chance. An interest meeting for you and your parents will be held Thursday, November 2, at 7:00 p.m.in the media center. See Dr. Jones if you have questions.
  •  Attention members of Generations Together: Remember that for this week it's members who are NEW to the club that may attend, but also remember that you must have turned in your permission slip in order to do so.
  •  Attention to the cast and crew of the Talent Show! We will rehearse during SOAR on Monday and Wednesday in room 232.

 


 

 

10/13/17

 

  • Attention 8th Grade Students: Those wishing to apply for a High School magnet programs, please be advised that the application and test preparation booklets for the following programs at Blair High School, Richard Montgomery High School, and Poolesville High School have arrived to Robert Frost Middle School.  Please stop by the counseling office and pick your copy up today. Applications are also available on the MCPS website. There are three important dates to remember. The application deadline is Friday, November 3rd. The testing date is Saturday December 2nd. The specific testing  times and locations can be found in the application. www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/curriculum/specialprograms/
  •  October 13, 2017 at 6:30 PM - Game vs. BCC: it's Homecoming and this year the theme is Hollywood.  Each class is sponsoring a float that will be on display in the parking lot near the stadium.  Come early to check out the floats, have some dinner and stay for all of the festivities.
  •  October 27, 2017 at 6:30 PM - Game vs. Walter Johnson:  it's Senior Night and Wootton Cluster Night.  Prior to the game, our senior football players and their families will be honored on the field.  There will be special giveaways throughout the night and several lucky fans will be chosen for a field goal kicking contest at half-time.
  •  October 29, 2017 at 8:30 AM - First annual 3k Color Run to benefit Wootton Football: Registration starts at 8:30 AM and the fun run starts at 9:00 AM.  There will a DJ and raffles throughout the night. Here is the link to register for the Color Run http://shop.schoolathon.org/EventIndex.asp?EID=184094
  •  Attention all eligible intramural participants: Tchouk (chook) ball is scheduled to begin after school Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 3 To 4 P.M in The main gym. Please speak with Mr. Niverth for details.
  •  Ni hao (Nee how), 7th and 8th grade students. How would you like to visit China and Beijing Number 5 Middle School during Spring Break?  Here's your chance. An interest meeting for you and your parents will be held Thursday, November 2, at 7:00 p.m.in the media center. See Dr. Jones if you have questions.

 


 

 

 

10/12/17

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  • This week during Excel / Now Reading students will have the opportunity to write Frost Instagrams for a friend. It costs $1 and proceeds will go to the hurricane relief. A middle school in Texas will use the money to purchase supplies much needed by students there who have been impacted by horrible weather conditions. Homeroom teachers have received everything you need to complete your Frost Instagrams this week. Adults, You are more than welcome to join the hurricane relief as well by writing to another adult and placing the Frost Instagram and $1 in Mrs. Avila-Miller's mailbox. An envelope and instructions can be found there.
  • Attention all students: The Wootton Patriots football team doesn't want you to miss any of the action.  On October 13, 2017 at 6:30 PM  there is a game versus Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School. It's Homecoming! This year the theme is Hollywood.  Each class is sponsoring a float that will be on display in the parking lot near the stadium.  Come early to check out the floats, have some dinner, and stay for all of the festivities. On October 27, 2017 at 6:30 PM , Wootton takes on Walter Johnson. it's Senior Night, and Wootton Cluster Night. Prior to the game, our senior football players and their families will be honored on the field.  There will be special giveaways throughout the night, and several lucky fans will be chosen for a field goal kicking contest at half-time. On October 29, 2017 at 8:30 AM the first annual 3-k Color Run to benefit Wootton Football will take place. Registration starts at 8:30 AM, and the fun run starts at 9:00 AM.  There will a DJ and raffles throughout the night. To register, please visit shop.schoolathon.org. http://shop.schoolathon.org/EventIndex.asp?EID=184094
  •  Attention 8th Grade Students: Those wishing to apply for High School magnet program, please be advised that the application and test preparation booklets for the following programs at Blair High School, Richard Montgomery High School, and Poolesville High School have arrived to Robert Frost Middle School.  Please stop by the counseling office and pick your copy up today. Applications are also available on the MCPS web site. There are three important dates to remember. The application deadline is Friday, November 3rd. The testing date is Saturday December 2nd. The specific testing  times and locations can be found in the application. www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/curriculum/specialprograms/
  • Attention all eligible intramural participants: Tchouk (chook) ball is scheduled to begin after school Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 3 To 4 P.M in The main gym. Please speak with Mr. Niverth for details.  

 

 

10/11/17

 

  • Attention 8th Grade Students: Those wishing to apply for High School magnet program, please be advised that the application and test preparation booklets for the following programs at Blair High School, Richard Montgomery High School, and Poolesville High School have arrived to Robert Frost Middle School.  Please stop by the counseling office and pick your copy up today. Applications are also available on the MCPS web site. There are three important dates to remember. The application deadline is Friday, November 3rd. The testing date is Saturday December 2nd. The specific testing  times and locations can be found in the application.www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/curriculum/specialprograms/
  • Remember members of Generations Together: Please turn in your permission slip to Mr. Anton or Ms. Gibbs as soon as possible. Also, for our next meeting today, October 11, ONLY students who have participated in Generations Together before should attend. Then, next week, on October 18, those who are new to the club should attend. You can ask Mr. Anton or Ms. Gibbs if you have any questions. Plus, there is more information available about this change on the Generations Together Google Classroom page."
  • Attention 7th Grade SGA Reps ONLY: We will have a mandatory meeting today in the Media Center during SOAR.
  • This week during Excel/ Now Reading students will have the opportunity to write Frost Instagrams for a friend. It costs $1 and proceeds will go to the hurricane relief. A middle school in Texas will use the money to purchase supplies much needed by students there who have been impacted by horrible weather conditions. Homeroom teachers have received everything you need to complete your Frost Instagrams this week. Adults, You are more than welcome to join the hurricane relief as well by writing to another adult and placing the Frost Instagram and $1 in Mrs. Avila-Miller's mailbox. An envelope and instructions can be found there.
  •  Attention all students: The Wootton Patriots football team doesn't want you to miss any of the action.  On October 13, 2017 at 6:30 PM  there is a game versus Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School. It's Homecoming! This year the theme is Hollywood.  Each class is sponsoring a float that will be on display in the parking lot near the stadium.  Come early to check out the floats, have some dinner, and stay for all of the festivities. On October 27, 2017 at 6:30 PM , Wootton takes on Walter Johnson. it's Senior Night, and Wootton Cluster Night. Prior to the game, our senior football players and their families will be honored on the field.  There will be special giveaways throughout the night, and several lucky fans will be chosen for a field goal kicking contest at half-time. On October 29, 2017 at 8:30 AM the first annual 3-k Color Run to benefit Wootton Football will take place. Registration starts at 8:30 AM, and the fun run starts at 9:00 AM.  There will a DJ and raffles throughout the night. To register, please visit shop.schoolathon.org.http://shop.schoolathon.org/EventIndex.asp?EID=184094
  •  Attention to all students involved in the Talent Show! There will be a special rehearsal during SOAR today, in room 232.
  •  Attention all eligible intramural participants: Tchouk (chook) ball is scheduled to begin after school Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 3 To 4 P.M in The main gym. Please speak with Mr. Niverth for details.  

 

 


 

 

10/10/17  

 

 

  • Remember members of Generations Together: Please turn in your permission slip to Mr. Anton or Ms. Gibbs as soon as possible. Also, for our next meeting, Wednesday, October 11, ONLY students who have participated in Generations Together before should attend. Then, the following week, on October 18, those who are new to the club should attend. You can ask Mr. Anton or Ms. Gibbs if you have any questions. Plus, there is more information available about this change on the Generations Together Google Classroom page.
  •  Attention 7 th  Grade SGA Reps ONLY: We will have a mandatory meeting this Wednesday in the Media Center during SOAR.
  •  This week during Excel/ Now Reading students will have the opportunity to write Frost Instagram's for a friend. It costs $1 and proceeds will go to the hurricane relief. A middle school in Texas will use the money to purchase supplies much needed by students there who have been impacted by horrible weather conditions. Homeroom teachers have received everything you need to complete your Frost Instagram's this week. Adults, you are more than welcome to join the hurricane relief as well by writing to another adult and placing the Frost Instagram and $1 in Mrs. Avila-Miller's mailbox. An envelope and instructions can be found there.
  •  Attention ALL Library Volunteers: Our first meeting is TODAY Tuesday 10/10 after school in the Media Center. It is a mandatory training. All are expected to attend. Please see Mrs. Yu with any questions.
  •  Attention to all students involved in the Talent Show! There will be a special rehearsal during SOAR on Wednesday, 10/11, in room 232.

 

 

10/9/17  

 

 

  • Attention 8 th  Grade Students: Those wishing to apply for High School magnet program, please be advised that the application and test preparation booklets for the following programs at Blair High School, Richard Montgomery High School, and Poolesville High School have arrived to Robert Frost Middle School.  Please stop by the counseling office and pick your copy up today. Applications are also available on the MCPS web site. There are three important dates to remember. The application deadline is Friday, November 3rd. The testing date is Saturday December 2nd. The specific testing times and locations can be found in the application.www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/curriculum/specialprograms/
  •  Attention Students: The Media Center will be hosting a special Maker Lunch today during all Grade level lunches. Stop by and explore snap circuits and Makey Makey kits. You can learn how to use water to power a fan, or how to play a piano with a piece of fruit! Hope to see you there!
  •  Remember members of Generations Together: Please turn in your permission slip to Mr. Anton or Ms. Gibbs as soon as possible. Also, for our next meeting, Wednesday, October 11, ONLY students who have participated in Generations Together before should attend. Then, the following week, on October 18, those who are new to the club should attend. You can ask Mr. Anton or Ms. Gibbs if you have any questions. Plus, there is more information available about this change on the Generations Together Google Classroom page.

 

 

10/6/17

  • 6th graders: You can still buy tickets at the door for the social tonight from 5:30-7:30pm. Bring $ for pizza, drinks and snacks.
  • Attention all students! Do you find it challenging to throw or catch a ball? Don't worry...You can still have a ball in Frost's new club, Bad Athletes Living Large, otherwise known as B.A.L.L. In this club, students, regardless of their skill level, will have the opportunity to play sports with their friends in a non-competitive environment. At each meeting, students will play a variety of sports and learn team-building skills. This club will meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 3:10 P.M in the gym.  If you are interested, or have any questions, speak with Mr. DeSanto.  
  • Attention 8th Grade Students: Those wishing to apply for High School magnet program, please be advised that the application and test preparation booklets for the following programs at Blair High School, Richard Montgomery High School, and Poolesville High School have arrived to Robert Frost Middle School.  Please stop by the counseling office and pick your copy up today. Applications are also available on the MCPS web site. There are three important dates to remember. The application deadline is Friday, November 3rd. The testing date is Saturday December 2nd. The specific testing  times and locations can be found in the application. www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/curriculum/specialprograms/  Attention Book Wars Team Members: Our first meeting will be today during the lunch periods. Please bring your lunch, and report to the Media Center as quickly as possible. If you need to buy lunch, please see Mrs. Yu for a lunch pass.
  • There is still time to sign up to join Coding Club.  You can learn to code using the popular Scratch platform, and you  can create your own games, educational programs, artistic creations, and more!  No previous coding experience is required. It meets every Tuesday after school. The first meeting is this Tuesday, October 10th, so tell your parents to sign you up at www.panda-programmer.com! You can take the activity busses home, or stay until 5pm for extra coding practice and help.
  • We have some late breaking news this morning. Congratulations to the girls and boys softball teams for their hard earned victories in yesterday's games. The girls walked away with an 8 to 3 victory thanks in large part to a 3-run homer blasted by Frost Byte's own Lizzie Nelson, and the boys team had an equally impressive 13 to 0 victory here on our home field. We really are some of the best softball players on the planet.

 


 

 

 

10/5/17

 

  • 6th graders: Remember to buy your tickets during lunch to the social this Friday, 10/6.
  • Attention all students! Do you find it challenging to throw or catch a ball? Don't worry...You can still have a ball in Frost's new club, Bad Athletes Living Large, otherwise known as B.A.L.L. In this club, students, regardless of their skill level, will have the opportunity to play sports with their friends in a non-competitive environment. At each meeting, students will play a variety of sports and learn team-building skills. This club will meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 3:10 P.M in the gym.  If you are interested, or have any questions, speak with Mr. DeSanto.  
  • Members of the Generations Together club: We will have our first meeting after school Wednesday, October 4. We will gather in Mr. Anton's room, Room 255.
  • Attention all new members of the Frost Byte News Club: Our first meeting will take place today, Thursday, October 5th in the TV studio. Please arrive by 3:15 PM. Interested in joining? It's not too late. There are still 5 spots available. Please see Mr. Wilson in room 112 for details. Welcome to our staff!
  • Attention 8th Grade Students -
  •  Those wishing to apply for High School magnet programs, please be advised that the application and test preparation booklets for the following programs at Blair HS, Richard Montgomery HS, and Poolesville HS have arrived to Robert Frost Middle School.  Please stop by the counseling office and pick your copy up today. Application deadline is Friday, November 3, 2017. Testing date is Saturday, December 2, 2017.   Specific testing times and locations can be found in the application. Teacher recommendation forms are due to your teachers no later than Friday, November 3, 2017.

 


 

 

 

10/4/17

 

  • Dear Members of the Generations Together club: We will have our first meeting after school Wednesday, October 4. We will gather in Mr. Anton's room, Room 255.
  • 6th graders: Remember to buy your tickets during lunch to the social this Friday, 10/6.
  • Attention all students! Do you find it challenging to throw or catch a ball? Don't worry...You can still have a ball in Frost's new club, Bad Athletes Living Large, otherwise known as B.A.L.L. In this club, students, regardless of their skill level, will have the opportunity to play sports with their friends in a non-competitive environment. At each meeting, students will play a variety of sports and learn team-building skills. This club will meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 3:10 P.M in the gym.  If you are interested, or have any questions, speak with Mr. DeSanto.  The Chamber Music Club will begin on Wednesday, October 11th, at 3:10 in room 232.
  • Attention 8th grade students: If you are interested in applying to a High School Magnet Program, you can stop in to the Counseling Office to pick up a flyer about the various programs and the Parent/Student Info meetings. The first info meeting is coming up on Monday, October 2nd at Poolesville HS for the Global Ecology House. You can also check the MCPS Website for information about the application process and due dates.
  • Attention all new members of the Frost Byte News Club: Our first meeting will take place tomorrow, Thursday, October 5th in the TV studio. Please arrive by 3:15 PM. Interested in joining? It's not too late. There are still 5 spots available. Please see Mr. Wilson in room 112 for details. Welcome to our staff!
  • Attention 8th Grade Students: Those wishing to apply for High School magnet program, please be advised that the application and test preparation booklets for the following programs at Blair High School, Richard Montgomery High School, and Poolesville High School have arrived to Robert Frost Middle School.  Please stop by the counseling office and pick your copy up today. Applications are also available on the MCPS web site. There are three important dates to remember. The application deadline is Friday, November 3rd. The testing date is Saturday December 2nd. The specific testing  times and locations can be found in the application.  www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/curriculum/specialprograms/

 


 

10/3/17  

 

 

  • Dear Members of the Generations Together club: We will have our first meeting after school Wednesday, October 4th. We will gather in Mr. Anton's room, Rm 255.
  •  6th graders: Remember to buy your tickets during lunch to the social this Friday, October 6th.
  •  Attention all students! Do you find it challenging to throw or catch a ball? Don't worry...You can still have a ball in Frost's new club, Bad Athletes Living Large , otherwise known as B.A.L.L. In this club, students, regardless of their skill level, will have the opportunity to play sports with their friends in a non-competitive environment. At each meeting, students will play a variety of sports and learn team-building skills. This club will meet on the 2 nd  Wednesday of each month at 3:10 P.M in the gym.  If you are interested, or have any questions, speak with Mr. DeSanto.  
  •  The list of students who made the 2017-2018 Book Wars Teams have been posted outside the Media Center. Our first meeting will be this Friday during the lunches. See Mrs. Yu if you have any questions.
  •  The Chamber Music Club will begin on Wednesday, October 11th, at 3:10 in room 232.
  •  Attention All Math Team Members: We will meet today, Tuesday, after school in room 204 for our first meeting. You must contact Ms. Minich if you are unable to attend.
  •  Wootton tutoring begins today, October 3rd, for any student that wants help with homework. We will be meeting in room 207 after school.
  •  Students working with Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Avila-Miller, please report to the main office conference room today (Tuesday, 10/3) at the start of Excel. Bring any work you have started with you. Thank you - Mr. Johnson.

 

 

 


 10/2/17


 

  • The Chamber music club will begin on Wednesday, October 11th at 3:10 in Room 232
  •  Attention 8 th  grade students: If you are interested in applying to a High School Magnet Program, you can stop in to the Counseling Office to pick up a flyer about the various programs and the Parent/Student Info meetings. The first info meeting is coming up on Monday, October 2 nd  at Poolesville HS for the Global Ecology House. You can also check the MCPS Website for information about the application process and due dates.
  •  Attention all students! Do you find it challenging to throw or catch a ball? Don't worry...You can still have a ball in Frost's new club, Bad Athletes Living Large , otherwise known as B.A.L.L. In this club, students, regardless of their skill level, will have the opportunity to play sports with their friends in a non-competitive environment. At each meeting, students will play a variety of sports and learn team-building skills. This club will meet on the 2 nd  Wednesday of each month at 3:10 P.M. in the gym.  If you are interested, or have any questions, speak with Mr. DeSanto.  
  •  6th graders: Remember to buy your tickets during lunch to the social this Friday, 10/6.
  •  The list of students on the Library Volunteers and Advisory Board have been posted outside the Media Center. There will be a mandatory training for Library Volunteers on Tuesday Oct 10th after school and the first Library Advisory Board meeting will be Tuesday Oct 17th. Please see Mrs. Yu with any questions.
  •  Congratulations to all of the students who auditioned for the talent show. The results are posted in the music hallway next to room 232. Please check the list and take the permission slip home. Act 1 rehearsal begins at 3:10 on Tuesday October 3rd and Act 2 rehearsal begins on Thursday October 5th. get ready for an exciting "Heart and Soul" talent show on October 26th!
  •  Attention all students and staff: A special homeroom period will be held today at 2:45 p.m. for the distribution of student emergency information forms. All teachers, please check your mailboxes before homeroom to pick up your needed materials.

 

 

 

9/29/17

 

 

  • All summer SSL hours are due today, Friday, September 29th, 2017. You can submit all verification forms at the SSL drop box by the cafeteria. There are no exceptions to this deadline. If you have any questions about your summer SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.
  •  Girls on the Run is so much Fun! Heart and Sole is a 10 week program with a small team size of 8-15 girls. You will make strong connections with your coaches and the other girls through fun team building activities. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 to 4:30 in Room 211. Your coaches are Ms. Coon and Ms. Michaels. We end the season with a Girls on the Run 5K on November 19th at the Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda.  It is an awesome experience that will give you a real sense of achievement! Cost: scale based on FARMS eligibility and household income. Full scholarships are available to families experiencing financial hardship.  The fee covers program costs, program t-shirt, water bottle and entry into the GOTR Mo-Co 5K. Please contact Ms. Michaels or Ms. Coon for more information.
  •  Reminder: All Book Wars, Library Volunteers and Library Advisory Board applications are due to Mrs. Yu by this Friday. Students will be notified of the final roster for each program next week. See Mrs. Yu with any questions.
  • Attention 6th graders! Mark your calendars for the upcoming social, "How Sweet it is to be in middle school" Friday, October 6th 5:30-7:30pm in the cafeteria. Admission tickets for $5 will be sold during lunch next week and at the door. Food and drinks will be for sale at the event. There will be a DJ, raffle prizes and tons of fun!
  •  Attention ALL SGA representatives: Our first meeting will be after school on Wed Oct 4th in Room 105. See you there!
  •  Attention to the tech and stage crew for this year's talent show! There will be a mandatory meeting during SOAR on Friday, September 29, in room 232.
  •  Attention 8th grade students: If you are interested in applying to a High School Magnet Program, you can stop in to the Counseling Office to pick up a flyer about the various programs and the Parent/Student Info meetings. The first info meeting is coming up on Monday, October 2nd at Poolesville HS for the Global Ecology House. You can also check the MCPS Website for information about the application process and due dates.
  •  Attention all students! Do you find it challenging to throw or catch a ball? Don't worry...You can still have a ball in Frost's new club, Bad Athletes Living Large, otherwise known as B.A.L.L. In this club, students, regardless of their skill level, will have the opportunity to play sports with their friends in a non-competitive environment. At each meeting, students will play a variety of sports and learn team-building skills. This club will meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 3:10 P.M in the gym.  If you are interested, or have any questions, speak with Mr. DeSanto. 

 

 

 

9/28/17

 

 

  • All summer SSL hours are due tomorrow, Friday, September 29th, 2017. You can submit all verification forms at the SSL drop box by the cafeteria. There are no exceptions to this deadline. If you have any questions about your summer SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.
  •  Girls on the Run is so much Fun! Heart and Sole is a 10 week program with a small team size of 8-15 girls. You will make strong connections with your coaches and the other girls through fun team building activities. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 to 4:30 in Room 211. Your coaches are Ms. Coon and Ms. Michaels. We end the season with a Girls on the Run 5K on November 19th at the Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda.  It is an awesome experience that will give you a real sense of achievement! Cost: scale based on FARMS eligibility and household income. Full scholarships are available to families experiencing financial hardship.  The fee covers program costs, program t-shirt, water bottle and entry into the GOTR Mo-Co 5K. Please contact Ms. Michaels or Ms. Coon for more information.
  •  Reminder: All Book Wars, Library Volunteers and Library Advisory Board applications are due to Mrs. Yu by this Friday. Students will be notified of the final roster for each program next week. See Mrs. Yu with any questions.
  •  Attention 6th graders! Mark your calendars for the upcoming social, "How Sweet it is to be in middle school" Friday, October 6th 5:30-7:30pm in the cafeteria. Admission tickets for $5 will be sold during lunch next week and at the door. Food and drinks will be for sale at the event. There will be a DJ, raffle prizes and tons of fun!
  •  Starting this week, Homework Hotline Live is back on TV!  Get free, after-school homework help from MCPS teachers by calling, or submitting a question online, to Homework Hotline Live at 301-279-3234 or go to Ask H-H-L dot org.  Or check out the new Homework Hotline Live phone app!  Watch teachers address your homework questions live on MCPS-TV from 4:30 to 6 pm, Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Thursdays, or get online help from 6 to 9 pm, Monday through Thursday.  Go to Ask H-H-L dot org for more info, or download the free app!
  •  Attention ALL SGA representatives: Our first meeting will be after school on Wed Oct 4th in Room 105. See you there!
  •  Attention 8th grade students: If you are interested in applying to a High School Magnet Program, you can stop in to the Counseling Office to pick up a flyer about the various programs and the Parent/Student Info meetings. The first info meeting is coming up on Monday, October 2nd at Poolesville HS for the Global Ecology House. You can also check the MCPS Website for information about the application process and due dates.

 


 

9/27/17


  • Meet and greet your Special Education Department Staff in room 202 during back to school night, 6:30-7:00pm. 
  • All summer SSL hours are due on Friday, September 29th, 2017. You can submit all verification forms at the SSL drop box by the cafeteria. There are no exceptions to this deadline. If you have any questions about your summer SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.
  •  Girls on the Run is so much Fun! Heart and Sole is a 10 week program with a small team size of 8-15 girls. You will make strong connections with your coaches and the other girls through fun team building activities. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 to 4:30 in Room 211. Your coaches are Ms. Coon and Ms. Michaels. We end the season with a Girls on the Run 5K on November 19th at the Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda.  It is an awesome experience that will give you a real sense of achievement! Cost: scale based on FARMS eligibility and household income. Full scholarships are available to families experiencing financial hardship.  The fee covers program costs, program t-shirt, water bottle and entry into the GOTR Mo-Co 5K. Please contact Ms. Michaels or Ms. Coon for more information.
  •  Reminder: All Book Wars, Library Volunteers and Library Advisory Board applications are due to Mrs. Yu by this Friday. Students will be notified of the final roster for each program next week. See Mrs. Yu with any questions.
  •  Attention 6th graders! Mark your calendars for the upcoming social, "How Sweet it is to be in middle school" Friday, October 6th 5:30-7:30pm in the cafeteria. Admission tickets for $5 will be sold during lunch next week and at the door. Food and drinks will be for sale at the event. There will be a DJ, raffle prizes and tons of fun!
  •  Attention to all students who are auditioning for the Talent Show: Auditions will take place this Tuesday and Thursday. Please meet in the cafeteria promptly at 3:10 on your audition Day. The audition list is posted outside of room 232.
  •  Starting this week, Homework Hotline Live is back on TV!  Get free, after-school homework help from MCPS teachers by calling, or submitting a question online, to Homework Hotline Live at 301-279-3234 or go to Ask H-H-L dot org.  Or check out the new Homework Hotline Live phone app!  Watch teachers address your homework questions live on MCPS-TV from 4:30 to 6 pm, Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Thursdays, or get online help from 6 to 9 pm, Monday through Thursday.  Go to Ask H-H-L dot org for more info, or download the free app!
  •  The Wootton High School Poms Team is sponsoring a Pee-Wee Clinic for all grades. Learn a routine with the high school team, and perform at this week's football game! The clinic is today and tomorrow from 5:30 to 7:00pm at Wootton High School. The cost is 50 dollars per participant. Please register at Pee Wee Poms at Gmail dot com.
  •  Attention ALL SGA representatives: Our first meeting will be after school on Wed Oct 4th in Room 105. See you there!

 

 

9/26/17  

 

  • Attention all students interested in trying out for Frost's Championship Math Team: The entrance test will take place immediately after school on Tuesday, September 26th, at 3:05 p.m. in the media center. The top 20 scorers who've made the team will be notified on September 29th. Your parents should expect to pick you up immediately after tryouts end, no later than 4:15 p.m. There is no activity busto take you home. Practice will be held on Tuesdays after school. The dates of Competitive Meets will be determined at a later date. Team members are expected to attend ALL practices and competitive meets. Should you have any questions, please email Ms. Minich.
  •  All summer SSL hours are due on Friday, September 29th, 2017. You can submit all verification forms at the SSL drop box by the cafeteria. There are no exceptions to this deadline. If you have any questions about your summer SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.
  •  Girls on the Run is so much Fun! Heart and Sole is a 10 week program with a small team size of 8-15 girls. You will make strong connections with your coaches and the other girls through fun team building activities. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 to 4:30 in Room 211. Your coaches are Ms. Coon and Ms. Michaels. We end the season with a Girls on the Run 5K on November 19th at the Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda.  It is an awesome experience that will give you a real sense of achievement! Cost: scale based on FARMS eligibility and household income. Full scholarships are available to families experiencing financial hardship.  The fee covers program costs, program t-shirt, water bottle and entry into the GOTR Mo-Co 5K. Please contact Ms. Michaels or Ms. Coon for more information.
  •  Reminder: All Book Wars, Library Volunteers and Library Advisory Board applications are due to Mrs. Yu by this Friday. Students will be notified of the final roster for each program next week. See Mrs. Yu with any questions.
  •  Attention 6th graders! Mark your calendars for the upcoming social, "How Sweet it is to be in middle school" Friday, October 6th 5:30-7:30pm in the cafeteria. Admission tickets for $5 will be sold during lunch next week and at the door. Food and drinks will be for sale at the event. There will be a DJ, raffle prizes and tons of fun!
  •  Attention to all students who are auditioning for the Talent Show: Auditions will take place this Tuesday and Thursday. Please meet in the cafeteria promptly at 3:10 on your audition Day. The audition list is posted outside of room 232.
  •  Starting this week, Homework Hotline Live is back on TV!  Get free, after-school homework help from MCPS teachers by calling, or submitting a question online, to Homework Hotline Live at 301-279-3234 or go to Ask H-H-L dot org.  Or check out the new Homework Hotline Live phone app!  Watch teachers address your homework questions live on MCPS-TV from 4:30 to 6 pm, Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Thursdays, or get online help from 6 to 9 pm, Monday through Thursday.  Go to Ask H-H-L dot org for more info, or download the free app!
  •  The Wootton High School Poms Team is sponsoring a Pee-Wee Clinic for all grades. Learn a routine with the high school team, and perform at this week's football game! The clinic is today and tomorrow from 5:30 to 7:00pm at Wootton High School. The cost is 50 dollars per participant. Please register at Pee Wee Poms at Gmail dot com.

 


 


 

9/25/17

 

 

  • Attention all students interested in trying out for Frost's Championship Math Team: The entrance test will take place immediately after school on Tuesday, September 26th, at 3:05 p.m. in the media center. The top 20 scorers who've made the team will be notified on September 29th. Your parents should expect to pick you up immediately after tryouts end, no later than 4:15 p.m. There is no activity bus to take you home. Practice will be held on Tuesdays after school. The dates of Competitive Meets will be determined at a later date. Team members are expected to attend ALL practices and competitive meets. Should you have any questions, please email Ms. Minich.
  •  All summer SSL hours are due on Friday, September 29th, 2017. You can submit all verification forms at the SSL drop box by the cafeteria. There are no exceptions to this deadline. If you have any questions about your summer SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.
  •  Girls on the Run is so much Fun! Heart and Sole is a 10 week program with a small team size of 8-15 girls. You will make strong connections with your coaches and the other girls through fun team building activities. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 to 4:30 in Room 211. Your coaches are Ms. Coon and Ms. Michaels. We end the season with a Girls on the Run 5K on November 19th at the Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda.  It is an awesome experience that will give you a real sense of achievement! Cost: scale based on FARMS eligibility and household income. Full scholarships are available to families experiencing financial hardship.  The fee covers program costs, program t-shirt, water bottle and entry into the GOTR Mo-Co 5K. Please contact Ms. Michaels or Ms. Coon for more information.
  •  Reminder: All Book Wars, Library Volunteers and Library Advisory Board applications are due to Mrs. Yu by this Friday. Students will be notified of the final roster for each program next week. See Mrs. Yu with any questions.
  •  Attention 6th graders! Mark your calendars for the upcoming social, "How Sweet it is to be in middle school" Friday, October 6th from 5:30-7:30PM in the cafeteria. Admission tickets will be sold during lunch next week, and at the door the day of the event. Each ticket will be  for $5. Food and drinks will be for sale at the event. There will be a DJ, raffle prizes, and tons of fun! See you there!
  •  Attention to all students who are auditioning for the Talent Show!
  • Auditions will take place this Tuesday and Thursday. Please meet in the cafeteria promptly at 3:10 on your audition Day. The audition list is posted outside of room 232.

 

 

 

9/22/17

 

 

  • Attention All Students: After-school activities and clubs begin Tuesday, October 3. Sign-up information for after-school clubs and activities are available at the after-school activities bulletin board, located in the main lobby. Sign-up packets are also available in the cafeteria. You should decide along with your parents which clubs and activities to sign up for. A parent signature is required. The sign-up application forms are due by Friday, September 22. Clubs are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Activity buses will be available as well. There is no M-C-P-S after school activity fee this year. If you have questions, please see your grade level administrator. Thank you.
  •  Attention all students interested in trying out for Frost's Championship Math Team: The entrance test will take place immediately after school on Tuesday, September 26th, at 3:05 p.m. in the media center. The top 20 scorers who've made the team will be notified on September 29th. Your parents should expect to pick you up immediately after tryouts end, no later than 4:15 p.m. There is no activity busto take you home. Practice will be held on Tuesdays after school. The dates of Competitive Meets will be determined at a later date. Team members are expected to attend ALL practices and competitive meets. Should you have any questions, please email Ms. Minich.
  •  All summer SSL hours are due next  Friday, September 29th, 2017. You can submit all verification forms at the SSL drop box by the cafeteria. There are no exceptions to this deadline. If you have any questions about your summer SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.
  •  I'm sure that all of you have heard about the devastating Hurricanes in Texas and Florida.  Hundreds of schools in Texas and Florida are under water, and many of those schools will not be able to open again.  When school opened for us last week, the majority of you did not have to wonder whether or not you would have the supplies you needed for a successful school year.  Unfortunately, students in places impacted by hurricanes, will not have basic supplies like pencils, markers, and glue sticks.  Operation F.R.E.S.H. Start (Frost Responds to Elevate Students of Hurricanes) is our way of supporting the thousands of school children affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.  Our school-wide supply drive will help provide school supplies to children in desperate need!  A donation bin is located in the main lobby.  We will be collecting items beginning Wednesday, September 13th.  We need you to help elevate and lift those students up by providing the school supplies critical to helping ensure they are prepared for the school year!  We are asking for everyone to bring in the following newly purchased items to donate: Pencils, pens, colored pencils, markers, and glue sticks. We Care Higher…we give higher…we reach higher…we soar higher…because we are Robert Frost Middle School.

 

 


 

 

9/20/17

 

 

  • Attention All 6th Graders: There will be an informational meeting about the November Chesapeake Bay trip this Wednesday in Room 103 during SOAR. Please see Ms. Varghese if you have any questions. 
  •  Attention All Students: After-school activities and clubs begin Tuesday, October 3. Sign-up information for after-school clubs and activities are available at the after-school activities bulletin board, located in the main lobby. Sign-up packets are also available in the cafeteria. You should decide along with your parents which clubs and activities to sign up for. A parent signature is required. The sign-up application forms are due by Friday, September 22. Clubs are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Activity buses will be available as well. There is no M-C-P-S after school activity fee this year. If you have questions, please see your grade level administrator. Thank you.
  •  Attention all students interested in trying out for Frost's Championship Math Team:  The entrance test will take place immediately after school on Tuesday, September 26th, at 3:05 p.m. in the media center. The top 20 scorers who've made the team will be notified on September 29th. Your parents should expect to pick you up immediately after tryouts end, no later than 4:15 p.m. There is no activity busto take you home. Practice will be held on Tuesdays after school. The dates of Competitive Meets will be determined at a later date. Team members are expected to attend ALL practices and competitive meets. Should you have any questions, please email Ms. Minich.
  •  The Book Wars interest meeting will be held during SOAR on Wed September 20, 2017 in the Media Center. All students, in all grades who are interested, should come learn more about how to apply for this awesome program!  
  •  Did you know basketball intramurals have started. When?? Every Tuesday and Thursday before school in the gym starting at 7:15.  Many of you know the known physical health benefits of moving your body but did you know physical activity can improve your mood and brain function. Come out and get active all year long before school Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Frost Intramurals program.
  •  The Frost Student Ambassadors are a group of students selected from all grade levels dedicated to helping different people at Frost Middle School. Students who are involved in this program gain valuable experience in working with others, and learning leadership skills. Students who are members of the Frost Student Ambassador Program volunteer to represent and assist in the school's programs and activities. Ambassadors aid in helping new students, assisting in school events, and helping with evening activities. Students from each grade level may apply. If you are interested in being a Frost Student Ambassador, please plan to attend the information meeting during SOAR this Wednesday right outside the Cafeteria. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Douglas in the Counseling Office.  
  •  All summer SSL hours are due on Friday, September 29th, 2017. You can submit all verification forms at the SSL drop box by the cafeteria. There are no exceptions to this deadline. If you have any questions about your summer SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.
  •  I'm sure that all of you have heard about the devastating Hurricanes in Texas and Florida.  Hundreds of schools in Texas and Florida are under water, and many of those schools will not be able to open again.  When school opened for us last week, the majority of you did not have to wonder whether or not you would have the supplies you needed for a successful school year.  Unfortunately, students in places impacted by hurricanes, will not have basic supplies like pencils, markers, and glue sticks.  Operation F.R.E.S.H. Start (Frost Responds to Elevate Students of Hurricanes) is our way of supporting the thousands of school children affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.  Our school-wide supply drive will help provide school supplies to children in desperate need!  A donation bin is located in the main lobby.  We will be collecting items beginning Wednesday, September 13th.  We need you to help elevate and lift those students up by providing the school supplies critical to helping ensure they are prepared for the school year!  We are asking for everyone to bring in the following newly purchased items to donate: Pencils, pens, colored pencils, markers, and glue sticks. We Care Higher…we give higher…we reach higher…we soar higher…because we are Robert Frost Middle School.

 


 

 

9/19/17

 

 

  • Attention All 6th Graders: There will be an informational meeting about the November Chesapeake Bay trip this Wednesday in Room 103 during SOAR. Please see Ms. Varghese if you have any questions.
  •  Attention all students interested in trying out for Frost's Championship Math Team:
  •  The entrance test will take place immediately after school on Tuesday, September 26th, at 3:05 p.m. in the media center. The top 20 scorers who've made the team will be notified on September 29th. Your parents should expect to pick you up immediately after tryouts end, no later than 4:15 p.m. There is no activity bus to take you home. Practice will be held on Tuesdays after school. The dates of Competitive Meets will be determined at a later date. Team members are expected to attend ALL practices and competitive meets. Should you have any questions, please email Ms. Minich.
  •  The Book Wars interest meeting will be held during SOAR on Wed September 20, 2017 in the Media Center. All students, in all grades who are interested, should come learn more about how to apply for this awesome program!
  •  Attention all students. Morning Intramurals are starting tomorrow morning before school. Intramurals starts at 7:15 AM. Basketball is the first sport. Morning Intramurals will run all school year on Tuesdays and Thursdays. A parent permission form is needed prior to participation. For more information see Mr. Blott.
  •  Frost Student Ambassadors are a group of students selected from all grade levels dedicated to helping different people at Frost Middle School. Students who are involved in this program gain valuable experience in working with others, and learning leadership skills. Students who are members of the Frost Student Ambassador Program volunteer to represent and assist in the school's programs and activities. Ambassadors aid in helping new students, assisting in school events, and helping with evening activities. Students from each grade level may apply. If you are interested in being a Frost Student Ambassador, please plan to attend the information meeting during SOAR this Wednesday right outside the Cafeteria. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Douglas in the Counseling Office.  
  •  All summer SSL hours are due on Friday, September 29th, 2017. You can submit all verification forms at the SSL drop box by the cafeteria. There are no exceptions to this deadline. If you have any questions about your summer SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.
  •  I'm sure that all of you have heard about the devastating Hurricanes in Texas and Florida.  Hundreds of schools in Texas and Florida are under water, and many of those schools will not be able to open again.  When school opened for us last week, the majority of you did not have to wonder whether or not you would have the supplies you needed for a successful school year.  Unfortunately, students in places impacted by hurricanes, will not have basic supplies like pencils, markers, and glue sticks.  Operation F.R.E.S.H. Start (Frost Responds to Elevate Students of Hurricanes) is our way of supporting the thousands of school children affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.  Our school-wide supply drive will help provide school supplies to children in desperate need!  A donation bin is located in the main lobby.  We will be collecting items beginning Wednesday, September 13th.  We need you to help elevate and lift those students up by providing the school supplies critical to helping ensure they are prepared for the school year!  We are asking for everyone to bring in the following newly purchased items to donate: Pencils, pens, colored pencils, markers, and glue sticks. We Care Higher…we give higher…we reach higher…we soar higher…because we are Robert Frost Middle School.
  •  Attention All Students: After-school activities and clubs begin Tuesday, October 3. Sign-up information for after-school clubs and activities are available at the after-school activities bulletin board, located in the main lobby. Sign-up packets are also available in the cafeteria. You should decide along with your parents which clubs and activities to sign up for. A parent signature is required. The sign-up application forms are due by Friday, September 22. Clubs are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Activity buses will be available as well. There is no M-C-P-S after school activity fee this year. If you have questions, please see your grade level administrator. Thank you.

 


 

 

9/18/17

 

  • Attention All 6th Graders:There will be an informational meeting about the November Chesapeake Bay trip this Wednesday in Room 103 during SOAR. Please see Ms. Varghese if you have any questions.
  •  Would you like to get more fit? Participate in a book club? Or be part of the Newspaper Club? Well, the after-school clubs and activities program is just right for you. Over 15 clubs and activities will be offered first semester. Sign-up information for after-school clubs and activities will be distributed during the week of September 18th, during each lunch period. You should decide along with your parents which clubs and activities to sign up for. A parent signature is required. The sign-up application forms are due by Friday, September 22, and clubs and activities will begin on Tuesday, October 3. Clubs are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Activity buses will be available as well. If you have questions, please see your grade level administrator. Thank you.
  •  Attention all students interested in trying out for Frost's Championship Math Team:The entrance test will take place immediately after school on Tuesday, September 26th, at 3:05 p.m. in the media center. The top 20 scorers who've made the team will be notified on September 29th. Your parents should expect to pick you up immediately after tryouts end, no later than 4:15 p.m. There is no activity bus to take you home. Practice will be held on Tuesdays after school. The dates of Competitive Meets will be determined at a later date. Team members are expected to attend ALL practices and competitive meets. Should you have any questions, please email Ms. Minich.
  •  The Book Wars interest meeting will be held during SOAR on Wednesday September 20, 2017 in the Media Center. All students, in all grades who are interested, should come learn more about how to apply for this awesome program!  
  •  Attention all students. Morning Intramurals are starting tomorrow morning before school. Intramurals starts at 7:15 AM. Basketball is the first sport. Morning Intramurals will run all school year on Tuesdays and Thursdays. A parent permission form is needed prior to participation. For more information see Mr. Blott.
  •  Attention all students and staff: Mark your calendars: Tuesday, September 26th is picture Day. Picture forms will be distributed in the 2nd week of school through Excel Classes. Be sure to bring your picture form with payment the day of pictures and hand them to the photographer. Remember the date 9/26/17
  •  The Frost Student Ambassadors are a group of students selected from all grade levels dedicated to helping different people at Frost Middle School. Students who are involved in this program gain valuable experience in working with others, and learning leadership skills. Students who are members of the Frost Student Ambassador Program volunteer to represent and assist in the school's programs and activities. Ambassadors aid in helping new students, assisting in school events, and helping with evening activities. Students from each grade level may apply. If you are interested in being a Frost Student Ambassador, please plan to attend the information meeting during SOAR this Wednesday right outside the Cafeteria. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Douglas in the Counseling Office.  
  •  All summer SSL hours are due on Friday, September 29th, 2017. You can submit all verification forms at the SSL drop box by the cafeteria. There are no exceptions to this deadline. If you have any questions about your summer SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.
  •  I'm sure that all of you have heard about the devastating Hurricanes in Texas and Florida.  Hundreds of schools in Texas and Florida are under water, and many of those schools will not be able to open again.  When school opened for us last week, the majority of you did not have to wonder whether or not you would have the supplies you needed for a successful school year.  Unfortunately, students in places impacted by hurricanes, will not have basic supplies like pencils, markers, and glue sticks.  Operation F.R.E.S.H. Start (Frost Responds to Elevate Students of Hurricanes) is our way of supporting the thousands of school children affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.  Our school-wide supply drive will help provide school supplies to children in desperate need!  A donation bin is located in the main lobby.  We will be collecting items beginning Wednesday, September 13th.  We need you to help elevate and lift those students up by providing the school supplies critical to helping ensure they are prepared for the school year!  We are asking for everyone to bring in the following newly purchased items to donate: Pencils, pens, colored pencils, markers, and glue sticks. We Care Higher…we give higher…we reach higher…we soar higher…because we are Robert Frost Middle School.

 

 

 

9/20/17

 

-Attention All 6th Graders:
There will be an informational meeting about the November Chesapeake Bay trip this Wednesday in Room 103 during SOAR. Please see Ms. Varghese if you have any questions.

 

 -Attention All Students: After-school activities and clubs begin Tuesday, October 3. Sign-up information for after-school clubs and activities are available at the after-school activities bulletin board, located in the main lobby. Sign-up packets are also available in the cafeteria. You should decide along with your parents which clubs and activities to sign up for. A parent signature is required. The sign-up application forms are due by Friday, September 22. Clubs are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Activity buses will be available as well. There is no M-C-P-S after school activity fee this year. If you have questions, please see your grade level administrator. Thank you.

 

-Attention all students interested in trying out for Frost's Championship Math Team:

 The entrance test will take place immediately after school on Tuesday, September 26th, at 3:05 p.m. in the media center. The top 20 scorers who've made the team will be notified on September 29th. Your parents should expect to pick you up immediately after tryouts end, no later than 4:15 p.m. There is no activity busto take you home. Practice will be held on Tuesdays after school. The dates of Competitive Meets will be determined at a later date. Team members are expected to attend ALL practices and competitive meets. Should you have any questions, please email Ms. Minich.

 

-The Book Wars interest meeting will be held during SOAR on Wed September 20, 2017 in the Media Center. All students, in all grades who are interested, should come learn more about how to apply for this awesome program!  

 

-Did you know basketball intramurals have started. When?? Every Tuesday and Thursday before school in the gym starting at 7:15.  Many of you know the known physical health benefits of moving your body but did you know physical activity can improve your mood and brain function. Come out and get active all year long before school Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Frost Intramurals program.

 

-The Frost Student Ambassadors are a group of students selected from all grade levels dedicated to helping different people at Frost Middle School. Students who are involved in this program gain valuable experience in working with others, and learning leadership skills. Students who are members of the Frost Student Ambassador Program volunteer to represent and assist in the school's programs and activities. Ambassadors aid in helping new students, assisting in school events, and helping with evening activities. Students from each grade level may apply. If you are interested in being a Frost Student Ambassador, please plan to attend the information meeting during SOAR this Wednesday right outside the Cafeteria. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Douglas in the Counseling Office.  

 

-All summer SSL hours are due on Friday, September 29th, 2017. You can submit all verification forms at the SSL drop box by the cafeteria. There are no exceptions to this deadline. If you have any questions about your summer SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.

 

-I'm sure that all of you have heard about the devastating Hurricanes in Texas and Florida.  Hundreds of schools in Texas and Florida are under water, and many of those schools will not be able to open again.  When school opened for us last week, the majority of you did not have to wonder whether or not you would have the supplies you needed for a successful school year.  Unfortunately, students in places impacted by hurricanes, will not have basic supplies like pencils, markers, and glue sticks.  Operation F.R.E.S.H. Start (Frost Responds to Elevate Students of Hurricanes) is our way of supporting the thousands of school children affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.  Our school-wide supply drive will help provide school supplies to children in desperate need!  A donation bin is located in the main lobby.  We will be collecting items beginning Wednesday, September 13th.  We need you to help elevate and lift those students up by providing the school supplies critical to helping ensure they are prepared for the school year!  We are asking for everyone to bring in the following newly purchased items to donate: Pencils, pens, colored pencils, markers, and glue sticks. We Care Higher…we give higher…we reach higher…we soar higher…because we are Robert Frost Middle School.


 

  

 


 

 

 

 

 


 

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