Robert Frost Middle School 

 

 

6/11/18  

  •  EXTRA! EXTRA! Robert Frost's very own newspaper, The Eagle Eye, has published its final paper for the school year. Please pick one up! They are found in the cafeteria, main office and media center.
  •  If you haven't bought a yearbook, they  are on sale starting Friday morning. The yearbooks are $50 each, and can be bought before school or during Tuesday's EXCEL in the cafeteria. Interested students can see Ms. Lee in room 212.
  •  Attention cast and crew of Dessert Theater's Aladdin.  Your cast party will be held on Wednesday, June 13th at 3:00 in the Media Center.  DVD's and costumes will be distributed at that time.  Refreshments will be served!  Once again, this announcement is for both the Aladdin cast and the Aladdin crew!
  •  All current and hopeful, future yearbook club members will meet in room 212 on Monday during SOAR for a meet and greet!  

 

 

6/8/18  

 

 

  • EXTRA! EXTRA! Robert Frost's very own newspaper, The Eagle Eye, has published its final paper for the school year. Please pick one up!They are found in the cafeteria, main office and media center.
  • If you haven't bought a yearbook, they are on sale starting Friday morning. The yearbooks are $50 each, and can be bought before school or during Tuesday's EXCEL in the cafeteria. Interested students can see Ms. Lee in room 212.
  • Attention cast and crew of Dessert Theater's Aladdin. Your cast party will be held on Wednesday, June 13th at 3:00 in the Media Center.  DVD's and costumes will be distributed at that time.  Refreshments will be served!  Once again, this announcement is for both the Aladdin cast and crew!

 

 


 

 

6/7/18  

 

 

  • Attention 7th graders: Come join the friendly Just Dance video game competition this Thursday during 7th grade lunch in the gym and BUST A MOVE!
  •  The 2018 yearbooks have finally arrived and will be distributed during EXCEL on Thursday, June 7th. If you would haven't purchased a yearbook, you still have time! Yearbooks are $50 and go on sale Friday, June 8th!
  •  EXTRA! EXTRA! (read with enthusiasm) Robert Frost's very own newspaper, The Eagle Eye, has published its final paper for the school year. Please pick one up! They are found in the cafeteria, main office and media center.

 

 

  •  If you haven't bought one, but would like to, the yearbooks are on sale starting Friday morning. The yearbooks are $50 each, and can be bought before school or during Tuesday's EXCEL in the cafeteria. Interested students can see Ms. Lee in room 212.
  • Please join me in congratulating our students for the amazing job they did this year, placing Robert Frost Middle School among the topmost schools in the country.

 

 

INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

Distinguished Honors: Perfect score or 23/24, about top 1-2% in country

High Honors: Top 10% or better in country

Honors: About top 20% or better in country

Commendations: Additional high scoring students

Merit Awards: Younger students who did well in a level more than two years above their grade level.

SCHOOL AWARDS (only one category)

High Honors: Top 10% or better in country

High Honors

Nathan Chen (first place, RFMS)

Dhira Vadlamudi (second place tie, RFMS)

Digonto Chatterjee (second place tie, RFMS)

Reina Ouyang (second place tie, RFMS)

Rishi Iyer (second place tie, RFMS)

 

Honors

Emily Zhao (Third place, RFMS)

 

Commendation

Armand Fallah (Fourth place, RFMS)

 

Additional high placing students

Adrian Siles-Diaz (Fifth place tie, RFMS)

Ronal Chen (Fifth place tie, RFMS)

 

Middle School Level, 8th grade and below.

 

Perfect Score, Distinguished Honors (tied for first place in the country)

Daniel Yuan (First place, RFMS)

 

High Honors

Shreeya Venkatesh (Second place, RFMS)

Arya Palan (Third place tie, RFMS)

Saurav Pandey (Third place tie, RFMS)

 

Honors

Byron Wu, also High Honors for 7th grade and below (Fourth place tie, RFMS)

Claire Xu, also High Honors for 7th grade and below (Fourth place, RFMS)

Faadil Shaikh (Fourth place tie, RFMS)

Nathan Chen, also High Honors for 7th grade and below (Fourth place, RFMS)

Henry Ren (Fifth place, RFMS)

Claire Deng (Sixth place tie, RFMS)

Charles Liang (Sixth place tie, RFMS)

Kathereen Yang (Sixth place tie, RFMS)

Jiwon Park (Sixth place tie, RFMS)

Rishi Iyer, also High Honors for 7th grade and below (Sixth place tie, RFMS)

 

Commendations

Brian Lim

Michael Li

Shan Patani

Olivia Shi

Emily Zhao

 

6/6/18 

 

  • The 2018 yearbooks have finally arrived and will be distributed during EXCEL on Thursday, June 7th. If you would haven't purchased a yearbook, you still have time! Yearbooks are $50 and go on sale Friday, June 8th!
  • Attention STEM trip to California students:  We will have one last meeting to finalize menu orders, generate a contact list, and answer last minute questions before our trip begins.  We will meet on Wednesday during SOAR in room 216. You must see Mrs. Woo before the last day of school. There are still spaces available! Invite your friends to come along. If you need more information, or need someone to convince your guardian, see Mrs. Woo. There are 7 days of school left...don't forget to reserve your spot before the summer.
  • Attention 7th graders: Come join the friendly Just Dance video game competition this Thursday during 7th grade lunch in the gym and BUST A MOVE!

 



 

 6/5/18  

 

 

  • STEM trip to California students!!  We have one last meeting: to finalize menu orders on our trip, generate a contact list, and to answer last minute questions before our trip begins.  We will meet 6/6 on Wed during SOAR in room 216.  You must see Mrs. Woo before the last day of school! 
  •  The 2018 yearbooks have finally arrived and will be distributed during EXCEL on Thursday, June 7th. If you would haven't purchase a yearbook, you still have time! Yearbooks are $50 and go on sale Friday, June 8th!

 

 

 

6/4/18  

 

 

  • Attention all 8th grade students!  Seating charts for Tuesday's Eighth Grade Celebration rehearsal at Wootton and the Eighth Grade Celebration on Friday are posted in both the upstairs and downstairs halls.  Be sure to check your assigned seat prior to Tuesday's rehearsal.
  •  STEM trip to California students!!  We have one last meeting: to finalize menu orders on our trip, generate a contact list, and to answer last minute questions before our trip begins.  We will meet 6/6 on Wed during SOAR in room 216.  You must see Mrs. Woo before the last day of school! 
  •  The 2018 yearbooks have finally arrived and will be distributed during EXCEL on Thursday, June 7th. If you would haven't purchased a yearbook, you still have time! Yearbooks are $50 and go on sale Friday, June 8th!

 

 

5/31/18

 

  • All second semester SSL hours are due by the end of the school day tomorrow, June 1st. 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 second semester SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115
  • Attention 8th Graders: Do you like Music? Carmen's Ice? Candy? Would you like the chance to have a FUN night with your FROST Friends to celebrate your final year here together? Join the SGA for an OUT OF THIS WORLD 8th grade Dance on Friday June 1st from 8:30-10:30 pm. Tickets will be on SALE during lunch starting May 23rd for $8. Tickets will be $10 at the door. Please see Mrs. Yu with any questions.
  • TOMORROW, June 1st, there is a mandatory rehearsal in Ms. Weber's room during SOAR for 8th grade cast members of Aladdin and for musicians selected by Ms. Weber to perform at the 8th Grade Celebration. Be prompt!
  • The Yearbook Club will not meet on Wednesday, but on Friday, June 1st. The Yearbook Club will meet on the first day of June in room 212 during SOAR.

 

 

 

5/30/18  

 

  •  All second semester SSL hours are due this Friday, June 1st.  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 second semester SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.
  •  Attention 8th Graders: Do you like Music? Carmen's Ice? Candy? Would you like the chance to have a FUN night with your FROST Friends to celebrate your final year here together? Join the SGA for an OUT OF THIS WORLD 8th grade Dance on Friday June 1st from 8:30-10:30 pm. Tickets will be on SALE during lunch starting May 23rd for $8. Tickets will be $10 at the door. Please see Mrs. Yu with any questions.
  •  This Friday, June 1st, there is a mandatory rehearsal in Ms. Weber's room during SOAR for 8th grade cast members of Aladdin and for musicians selected by Ms. Weber to perform at the 8th Grade Celebration. Be prompt!
  •  The Yearbook Club will not meet on Wednesday, but on Friday, June 1st. The Yearbook Club will meet on the first day of June in room 212 during SOAR.
  •  The Yearbook Club will not meet on Wednesday, but on Friday, June 1st. The Yearbook Club will meet on the first day of June in room 212 during SOAR.

 

 


 

 

 5/29/18

 

  • All second semester SSL hours are due this Friday, June 1st.  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 second semester SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.
  • Attention 8th Graders: Do you like Music? Carmen's Ice? Candy? Would you like the chance to have a FUN night with your FROST Friends to celebrate your final year here together? Join the SGA for an OUT OF THIS WORLD 8th grade Dance on Friday June 1st from 8:30-10:30pm. Tickets will be on SALE during lunch starting May 23rd for $8. Tickets will be $10 at the door. Please see Mrs. Yu with any questions.

 

 

  • Students, as you know, we are in the final marking period for this school year. I encourage you to make good decisions and finish on a positive note. Don't allow one bad decision to overshadow one-hundred good decisions. If your behavior is not appropriate, you will not be allowed to participate in the end-of-year field trips or activities. Students, I challenge and Expect you to do the following: Get to class on time. This includes SOAR and EXCEL. Study hard and study smart. Complete and turn in all assignments. Seek support and help as needed. We are here for you. We care about you. Your wellness is important! We are here to help you. Finally, speak positive words to your peers. Most conflicts begin with inappropriate or miscommunicated words. Speak words that build up, not tear down. Speak words to encourage one another, not to discourage one another. YOUR WORDS MATTER! Make a POSITIVE DIFFERENCE with your WORDS. So the overall message is: Make GOOD DECISIONS & Continue to be Some of the Best Students on the Planet! Thank you. (Read by Dr. Jones as anchor 3)
  • Attention 8th Grade Girls:  There will be an informational meeting for girls soccer at Wootton High School on May 29th at 4:30 PM in room 183 for any girls interested in trying out for the Wootton girls soccer team this coming fall.  

 


 

5/25/18  

 

 

  • Attention 8th Graders: Do you like Music? Carmen's Ice? Candy? Would you like the chance to have a FUN night with your FROST Friends to celebrate your final year here together? Join the SGA for an OUT OF THIS WORLD 8th grade Dance on Friday June 1st from 8:30-10:30 PM. Tickets will be on SALE during lunch starting May 23rd for $8. Tickets will be $10 at the door. Please see Mrs. Yu with any questions.
  •  Informational and update meeting for the STEM trip to California this June 23-28, 2018. Remember to meet in room 216 during SOAR today for an update. We will discuss airport and ticket info, what to pack and such.   
  •  All second semester SSL hours are due on Friday, June 1st. 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 second semester SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115. Make sure to get preapproval for any summer SSL hours prior to June 1st.  Prior pre-approvals do not cover summer SSL hours.
  •  If you supported Culture Night (ambassador, performer, International Club) and have NOT gotten your SSL form signed please see Ms. Hagins in 213 before/ after school, or during SOAR/ EXCEL.
  •  Memorial Day 2018 is a United States federal holiday observed on the last Monday of May. Formerly known as Decoration Day, it commemorates U.S. soldiers who died while serving in the military. First enacted to honor Union soldiers of the American Civil War, it was extended after World War I to honor Americans who have died in all wars. Begun as a ritual of remembrance and reconciliation after the Civil War, by the early 20th century, Memorial Day was an occasion for more general expressions of memory, as ordinary people visited the graves of their deceased relatives, whether they had served in the military or not. Monday, May 28 is our Memorial Day remembrance.  
  • Girls interested in soccer at Wootton, there will be an information meeting on 5/29 at 4:30PM at Wootton, room 183 for any 8th grade girls interested in trying out for soccer this coming fall.

 

5/24/18  

 

 

  • Attention 8th Graders: Do you like Music? Carmen's Ice? Candy? Would you like the chance to have a FUN night with your FROST Friends to celebrate your final year here together? Join the SGA for an OUT OF THIS WORLD 8th grade Dance on Friday June 1st from 8:30-10:30 PM. Tickets will be on SALE during lunch starting May 23rd for $8. Tickets will be $10 at the door. Please see Mrs. Yu with any questions.
  • STEM early registration deadline is TODAY!  Remind your parents and your friends' parents to sign up for $49!  Go onto World Strides website for a chance to win $500 towards your trip cost!  
  • Update meeting for the STEM trip to California this June 23-28, 2018. We will meet in room 216 during Fri SOAR to discuss airport and ticket info, what to pack and such. Only 4 weeks to go! 
  • All second semester SSL hours are due on Friday, June 1st. 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 second semester SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115. Make sure to get preapproval for any summer SSL hours prior to June 1st.  Prior pre-approvals do not cover summer SSL hours.

 

 

 

5/23/18  

 

  • Attention all rising 9th graders, interested in running cross country at Wootton in the fall: There will be an information meeting for parents and students on May 23, at 5pm in Wootton's football stadium.  Please plan to attend.  You will meet the coaches and captains, hear about expectations for the season, learn about summer practices and mandatory start date, and receive a summer training plan.  Mark your calendar now for May 23 at 5pm!  Any questions, please email head coach Kellie Redmond at, kellie.redmond@yahoo.com or see Mrs. Horkan in room 155.
  • The last meeting for the newspaper club is Today. All articles should have been submitted by May, 21st
  • Attention members of Generations Together: Our last trip to the Village for this year will take place Wednesday, May 23rd. All who have participated this year are welcome to attend, even if you haven't gotten your flu shot.
  • STEM early registration deadline is almost over!  Remind your parents to sign up for $49!  Get the flyer to view questions and answers on World Strides website for a chance to win $500 towards your trip cost!  See Mrs. Woo for details; you have 1 more day!
  • Update meeting for the STEM trip to California this June 23-28, 2018. We will meet in room 216 during Fri SOAR to discuss airport and ticket info, what to pack and such. Only 4 weeks to go!
  • Attention 8th Graders: Do you like Music? Carmen's Ice? Candy? Would you like the chance to have a FUN night with your FROST Friends to celebrate your final year here together? Join the SGA for an OUT OF THIS WORLD 8th grade Dance on Friday June 1st from 8:30-10:30 PM. Tickets will be on SALE during lunch starting May 23rd for $8. Tickets will be $10 at the door. Please see Mrs. Yu with any questions.
  • All second semester SSL hours are due on Friday, June 1st. 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 second semester SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115. Make sure to get preapproval for any summer SSL hours prior to June 1st.  Prior preapprovals do not cover summer SSL hours. 

 


 

05/22/18

 

  • STEM early registration deadline is almost over!  Remind your parents to sign up for $49! Get the flyer to view questions and answers on World Strides website for a chance to win $500 towards your trip cost!  See Mrs. Woo for details; you have 2 days!
  • Attention Quiz Bowlers: Our last match of the season -- the championship of the Quiz Bowl tournament -- will take place Tuesday, May 22nd. All Quiz Bowlers are welcome to attend. We will be having our end-of-the-season celebration at that time, too.
  • The last meeting for the Newspaper Club is next Wednesday, May 23rd. All articles should be submitted by Monday, May 21st to be considered for the final issue. All members should attend the meeting.
  • Attention all rising 9th graders, interested in running cross country at Wootton in the fall: There will be an information meeting for parents and students on May 23, at 5pm in Wootton's football stadium.  Please plan to attend. You will meet the coaches and captains, hear about expectations for the season, learn about summer practices and mandatory start date, and receive a summer training plan. Mark your calendar now for May 23 at 5pm!  Any questions, please email head coach Kellie Redmond at, kellie.redmond@yahoo.com or see Mrs. Horkan in room 155. 

 

 

  • Update meeting for the STEM trip to California this June 23-28, 2018. We will meet in room 216 during Fri SOAR to discuss airport and ticket info, what to pack and such. Only 4 weeks to go!
  • Are you a current, former, or future French student at Frost? Come join the French club on Tuesday, May 22 in the FACS kitchen, where we will be making (and enjoying) a delicious French treat! Please note that space is limited to the first 30 students to show up, and anyone who comes to cook and eat must also help clean up. Satisfy your sweet tooth "à la française" (French-style)!
  • Attention 8th Graders: Do you like Music? Carmen's Ice? Candy? Would you like the chance to have a FUN night with your FROST Friends to celebrate your final year here together? Join the SGA for an OUT OF THIS WORLD 8th grade Dance on Friday June 1st from 8:30-10:30pm. Tickets will be on SALE during lunch starting May 23rd for $8. Tickets will be $10 at the door. Please see Mrs. Yu with any questions.

 



 

5/21/18  

 

 

  • Attention all rising 9th graders, interested in running cross country at Wootton in the fall: There will be an information meeting for parents and students on May 23, at 5pm in Wootton's football stadium.  Please plan to attend.  You will meet the coaches and captains, hear about expectations for the season, learn about summer practices and mandatory start date, and receive a summer training plan.  Mark your calendar now for May 23 at 5pm!  Any questions, please email head coach Kellie Redmond at, kellie.redmond@yahoo.com or see Mrs. Horkan in room 155.

 

 

  •  Attention Quiz Bowlers: Our last match of the season -- the championship of the Quiz Bowl tournament -- will take place Tuesday, May 22nd. All Quiz Bowlers are welcome to attend. We will be having our end-of-the-season celebration at that time, too.
  •  Update meeting for the STEM trip this year June 23-June 28, 2018 is here.  We will meet to discuss flight information, hotel rooms, what to pack, etc!  We will meet Wednesday, May 23rd in room 216.  Get excited we have 5 weeks until vacation!  If you cannot meet, see Mrs. Woo.
  •  STEM early registration deadline is almost over!  Remind your parents to sign up for $49!  Get the flyer to view questions and answers on World Strides website for a chance to win $500 towards your trip cost!  See Mrs. Woo for details; you have 3 days!
  •  The last meeting for the Newspaper Club is next Wednesday, May 23rd. All articles should be submitted by Monday, May 21st to be considered for the final issue. All members should attend the meeting.
  •  Attention 8th Graders: Do you like Music? Carmen's Ice? Candy? Would you like the chance to have a FUN night with your FROST Friends to celebrate your final year here together? Join the SGA for an OUT OF THIS WORLD 8th grade Dance on Friday June 1st from 8:30-10:30pm. Tickets will be on SALE during lunch starting May 23rd for $8. Tickets will be $10 at the door. Please see Mrs. Yu with any questions.
  •  Attention members of Generations Together: Our last trip to the Village for this year will take place Wednesday, May 23rd. All who have participated this year are welcome to attend, even if you haven't gotten your flu shot.
  •  Update meeting for the STEM trip to California this June 23-28, 2018. We will meet in room 216 during Fri SOAR to discuss airport and ticket info, what to pack and such. Only 4 weeks to go! 

 

 

 

 

5/17/18  

 

  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the look out for the next meeting date!
  • Extended Deadline for STEM!  STEM trip for June 2019 early registration deadline has been EXTENDED to next week, May 24th!  Deposit is $49 to reserve your spot.  Tell your friends and parents.  See Mrs. Woo in room 216 for information.  
  • In honor of National Prevention Week, we will be creating a Frost mural called: Color Your World with Wellness. Please help us create this Rainbow of Wellness during all 3 lunches on Thursday. The tables with the mural will be set up outside the cafeteria! See you then
  • Attention all rising 9th graders, interested in running cross country at Wootton in the fall:
  • There will be an information meeting for parents and students on May 23, at 5pm in Wootton's football stadium.  Please plan to attend.  You will meet the coaches and captains, hear about expectations for the season, learn about summer practices and mandatory start date, and receive a summer training plan.
  • Mark your calendar now for May 23 at 5pm!  Any questions, please email head coach Kellie Redmond at, kellie.redmond@yahoo.com or see Mrs. Horkan in room 155.
  • To recognize National Prevention Week, an annual health observance dedicated to increasing public awareness of, and action around, mental and/or substance use disorders, the Frost Counseling Department wish to inspire you with thoughts of wellness. 

 


1) You can't stop the wave, but you can learn to surf
2) Just when the caterpillar thought her life was over, she began to fly
3) Life finds a way
4) "Resilience, the ability to thrive despite adversity, enables us to lead healthy an fulfilling lives despite formidable obstacles.  Early hardship is a breeding ground for extraordinary strength and courage."
5) You can learn something new every day if you listen
6) Love yourself enough to live a healthy lifestyle

 

5/16/18  

 

  •  The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  •  HW club will be cancelled on May 2nd and onward. That last day was April 25th.
  •  Attention all rising 9th graders, interested in running cross country at Wootton in the fall: There will be an information meeting for parents and students on May 23, at 5pm in Wootton's football stadium.  Please plan to attend.  You will meet the coaches and captains, hear about expectations for the season, learn about summer practices and mandatory start date, and receive a summer training plan. Mark your calendar now for May 23 at 5pm!  Any questions, please email head coach Kellie Redmond at, kellie.redmond@yahoo.com or see Mrs. Horkan in room 155.

 

 

5/15/18

 

  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  • Extended Deadline for STEM!  STEM trip for June 2019 early registration deadline has been EXTENDED to next week, May 24th!  Deposit is $49 to reserve your spot. Tell your friends and parents. See Mrs. Woo in room 216 for information.  
  • Join Coach Maggie Dyer and the Girls Basketball Team for this fun event being held on May 15 from 6:30 to 8:00 in the main gym. Meet the players and coaches while improving your skills and learn some new tricks on the court. Admission is free - please bring a can of non-perishable food that will be donated to a local food bank.
  • Attention all rising 9th graders, interested in running cross country at Wootton in the fall:There will be an information meeting for parents and students on May 23, at 5pm in Wootton's football stadium.  Please plan to attend. You will meet the coaches and captains, hear about expectations for the season, learn about summer practices and mandatory start date, and receive a summer training plan.Mark your calendar now for May 23 at 5pm!  Any questions, please email head coach Kellie Redmond at, kellie.redmond@yahoo.com or see Mrs. Horkan in room 155.
  • Attention all rising 9th graders!  The Wootton Science, Technology and Research Program (STARs) has new, highly enriched programming starting with the graduating class of 2022.  We encourage all students who are interested in pursuing a career in STEM or STEM-related field to visit the website for more information about the exciting new components of the program.
  • Extended Deadline for STEM!  STEM trip for June 2019 early registration deadline has been EXTENDED to next week, May 24th!  Deposit is $49 to reserve your spot. Tell your friends and parents. See Mrs. Woo in room 216 for information.

 



 

5/14/18

 

  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  • Attention all rising 9th graders, interested in running cross country at Wootton in the fall: There will be an information meeting for parents and students on May 23, at 5pm in Wootton's football stadium.  Please plan to attend. You will meet the coaches and captains, hear about expectations for the season, learn about summer practices and mandatory start date, and receive a summer training plan. Mark your calendar now for May 23 at 5pm!  Any questions, please email head coach Kellie Redmond at, kellie.redmond@yahoo.com or see Mrs. Horkan in room 155.
  • Join Coach Maggie Dyer and the Girls Basketball Team for this fun event being held on May 15 from 6:30 to 8:00 in the main gym. Meet the players and coaches while improving your skills and learn some new tricks on the court. Admission is free - please bring a can of non-perishable food that will be donated to a local food bank.  
  • Attention all rising 9th graders!  The Wootton Science, Technology and Research Program (STARs) has new, highly enriched programming starting with the graduating class of 2022.  We encourage all students who are interested in pursuing a career in STEM or STEM-related field to visit the website for more information about the exciting new components of the program.

 


 

5/11/18  

 

  •  The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  •  HW club will be cancelled from now on. That last day will be April 25th.
  •  If you participated in the Math League Competition and would like to know your results, please stop by room 203 before school, after school or during SOAR to get your score from Mr. Toy.
  •  Attention all rising 9th graders, interested in running cross country at Wootton in the fall: There will be an information meeting for parents and students on May 23, at 5pm in Wootton's football stadium.  Please plan to attend.  You will meet the coaches and captains, hear about expectations for the season, learn about summer practices and mandatory start date, and receive a summer training plan. Mark your calendar now for May 23 at 5pm!  Any questions, please email head coach Kellie Redmond at, kellie.redmond@yahoo.com or see Mrs. Horkan in room 155.
  • Walter Reed Army Institute is holding a STEM Summer Camp at Wootton HS this year called BeSTEM.  They build immersive, project based STEM summer camps that are incredibly engaging to students that makes for a very effective learning environment. They are offering a scholarship program that covers the full cost of the camp. 

 

More information is available at https://www.BeSTEMcamp.com/Scholarship.  

 

 

5/10/18

 

  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  • HW club will be cancelled from now on. That last day will be April 25th.
  • Attention all rising 9th graders, interested in running cross country at Wootton in the fall: There will be an information meeting for parents and students on May 23, at 5pm in Wootton's football stadium.  Please plan to attend. You will meet the coaches and captains, hear about expectations for the season, learn about summer practices and mandatory start date, and receive a summer training plan. Mark your calendar now for May 23 at 5pm!  Any questions, please email head coach Kellie Redmond at, kellie.redmond@yahoo.com or see Mrs. Horkan in room 155.
  • If you participated in the Math League Competition and would like to know your results, please stop by room 203 before school, after school or during SOAR to get your score from Mr. Toy.
  • Walter Reed Army Institute is holding a STEM Summer Camp at Wootton HS this year called BeSTEM.  They build immersive, project based STEM summer camps that are incredibly engaging to students that makes for a very effective learning environment. They are offering a scholarship program that covers the full cost of the camp. More information is available at https://www.BeSTEMcamp.com/Scholarship.
  • Mr. Meyer's After School Math Help will be canceled on Thursday May 10th.

 


 

5/9/18

  • The next Newspaper Club meeting date will be today, May 9th, after school in room 207. 
  • The Newspaper Club has released a new issue. Please pick one up in the Media Center or Main Office!
  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  • HW club will be cancelled on May 2nd and onward.
  • Attention all rising 9th graders, interested in running cross country at Wootton in the fall: There will be an information meeting for parents and students on May 23, at 5pm in Wootton's football stadium.  Please plan to attend. You will meet the coaches and captains, hear about expectations for the season, learn about summer practices and mandatory start date, and receive a summer training plan. Mark your calendar now for May 23 at 5pm!  Any questions, please email head coach Kellie Redmond at, kellie.redmond@yahoo.com or see Mrs. Horkan in room 155.
  • Walter Reed Army Institute is holding a STEM Summer Camp at Wootton HS this year called BeSTEM.  They build immersive, project based STEM summer camps that are incredibly engaging to students that makes for a very effective learning environment. They are offering a scholarship program that covers the full cost of the camp. More information is available at https://www.BeSTEMcamp.com/Scholarship
  • Attention all rising 9th graders!  The Wootton Science, Technology and Research Program (STARs) has new, highly enriched programming starting with the graduating class of 2022.  We encourage all students who are interested in pursuing a career in STEM or STEM-related field to visit the website for more information about the exciting new components of the program
  • Mr. Meyer's After School Math Help will be canceled on Thursday May 10th.
  • The Newspaper Club is cancelled this Wednesday. The next meeting date will be Wednesday, May 16th. Club members should work on their articles, which are due  May 25th.
  • Last book club is Wed 5/9 after school!  We will meet in room 216 at 3:15 to discuss our last book Wonder.  All is welcome to come discuss the book!
  • THE STEM opportunity for June 2019 in California is now! The early registration deadline is May 10th to save up to $150. The deposit is only $49! Remind your parents to use the Frost website under the Students/Parents tab. Don't miss this great discount!
  • Rising 9th graders who would like to run for a class officer position please remember that your declaration card is due to Mrs Yu by 3:15 today.
  • Generations Together is canceled this week.  There will not be club today.

 

 

 

5/8/18  

 

  •  The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date! 
  • The Newspaper Club has released a new issue. Please pick one up in the Media Center or Main Office!
  •  HW club will be cancelled from now on. That last day will be April 25th.
  • Attention Quiz Bowlers: New Quiz Bowl schedules are now available from Mr. Anton. It's time for the Quiz Bowl tournament!
  • Attention all rising 9th graders, interested in running cross country at Wootton in the fall: There will be an information meeting for parents and students on May 23, at 5pm in Wootton's football stadium.  Please plan to attend.  You will meet the coaches and captains, hear about expectations for the season, learn about summer practices and mandatory start date, and receive a summer training plan. Mark your calendar now for May 23 at 5pm!  Any questions, please email head coach Kellie Redmond at, kellie.redmond@yahoo.com or see Mrs. Horkan in room 155.

 

 

  •  Walter Reed Army Institute is holding a STEM Summer Camp at Wootton HS this year called BeSTEM. They build immersive, project based STEM summer camps that are incredibly engaging to students that makes for a very effective learning environment. They are offering a scholarship program that covers the full cost of the camp. More information is available at https://www.BeSTEMcamp.com/Scholarship.

 

 

  •  Mr. Meyer's After School Math Help will be canceled on Thursday May 10th.
  •  The Newspaper Club is cancelled this Wednesday. The next meeting date will be Wednesday, May 16th. Club members should work on their articles, which are due May 25th.
  •  THE STEM opportunity for June 2019 in California is now! The early registration deadline is May 10th to save up to $150. The deposit is only $49! Remind your parents to use the Frost website under the Students/Parents tab. Don't miss this great discount!
  •  The last meeting of the book club is Wednesday May 9th after school! We will meet in room 216 at 3:15PM to discuss our last book Wonder. All are welcome to come discuss the book!  

 

 

5/7/18  

 

  •  HW club will be cancelled from now on. That last day will be April 25th.
  •  The Newspaper Club has released a new issue. Please pick one up in the Media Center or Main Office!
  •  The next Newspaper Club meeting date will be Wednesday, May 9th, after school in room 207. The Newspaper Club has released a new issue. Please pick one up in the Media Center or Main Office! Screen reader support enabled.
  •  The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  •  Attention Quiz Bowlers: New Quiz Bowl schedules are now available from Mr. Anton. It's time for the Quiz Bowl tournament!
  •  Attention all rising 9th graders, interested in running cross country at Wootton in the fall: There will be an information meeting for parents and students on May 23, at 5pm in Wootton's football stadium.  Please plan to attend.  You will meet the coaches and captains, hear about expectations for the season, learn about summer practices and mandatory start date, and receive a summer training plan. Mark your calendar now for May 23 at 5pm!  Any questions, please email head coach Kellie Redmond at, kellie.redmond@yahoo.com or see Mrs. Horkan in room 155.
  •  Attention all rising 9th graders!  The Wootton Science, Technology and Research Program (STARs) has new, highly enriched programming starting with the graduating class of 2022.  We encourage all students who are interested in pursuing a career in STEM or STEM-related field to visit the website for more information about the exciting new components of the program.
  •  Walter Reed Army Institute is holding a STEM Summer Camp at Wootton HS this year called BeSTEM.  They build immersive, project based STEM summer camps that are incredibly engaging to students that makes for a very effective learning environment. They are offering a scholarship program that covers the full cost of the camp. More information is available at https://www.BeSTEMcamp.com/Scholarship. 

 

 

  • Join Coach Maggie Dyer and the Girls Basketball Team for this fun event being held on May 15 from 6:30 to 8:00 in the main gym. Meet the players and coaches while improving your skills and learn some new tricks on the court. Admission is free - please bring a can of non-perishable food that will be donated to a local food bank.
  •  Mr. Meyer's After School Math Help will be canceled on Thursday May 10th.
  •  The Newspaper Club is cancelled this Wednesday. The next meeting date will be Wednesday, May 16th. Club members should work on their articles, which are due May 25th.

 


 

5/4/18  

 

  •  Attention all rising 9th graders!  The Wootton Science, Technology and Research Program (STARs) has new, highly enriched programming starting with the graduating class of 2022.  We encourage all students who are interested in pursuing a career in STEM or STEM-related field to visit the website for more information about the exciting new components of the program.
  •  The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  •  Attention ALL rising 9th Graders: Are you interested in running for a 9th grade class officer position for Wootton High School next year? If so, please attend the informational meeting Friday May 4th during SOAR in the Media Center.
  •  The next Newspaper Club meeting date will be Wednesday, May 9th, after school in room 207. The Newspaper Club has released a new issue. Please pick one up in the Media Center or Main Office!
  •  HW club will be cancelled on May 2nd and onward.
  •  Attention all students. The PARCC test will continue next week through May 17. In the next two weeks, all students will be taking four units for the English Language Arts (ELA) test. Students will take one unit of the test per day and thus, will test for four days. Sixth grade students will take the ELA test next week Monday through Thursday.  Seventh and eighth grade students will take the ELA test the week of May 14.  The schedule was sent home with you a few weeks ago and is posted on the Frost website. Please make every effort to avoid scheduling appointments and/or trips on these days. It is very important for you to be well rested, nourished and present for testing. Testing locations will be posted in the front lobby and in grade level hallways on the Friday before testing begins. Do NOT bring electronics, including cell phones to your testing location. Turn them off and leave all electronics in your locker. Please bring earbuds or headphones to testing as you will need to use these for the ELA test. A reminder that when you are finished with testing, you may sit quietly until the session has ended. Scrap paper may be used but will be collected as it is considered a secure document. We look forward to a successful test administration and encourage you to do your best!
  •  Attention all rising 9th graders, interested in running cross country at Wootton in the fall: There will be an informational meeting for parents and students on May 23rd at 5pm in Wootton's football stadium. Please plan to attend. You will meet the coaches and captains, hear about expectations for the season, learn about summer practices, the mandatory start date, and you e receive a summer training plan. Mark your calendar now for May 23rd at 5pm! Any questions, please email head coach Kellie Redmond at, kellie.redmond@yahoo.com, or see Mrs. Horkan in room 155.
  •  Attention Quiz Bowlers: New Quiz Bowl schedules are now available from Mr. Anton. It's time for the Quiz Bowl tournament!
  •  Seventh grader, Shayyan Ahmed, earned an honorable mention for his short story in the Mosaic: Celebrating Diversity through Creative Writing Contest. Shayyan has been invited to attend a celebration ceremony to honor the winners and honorable mentions. Kwame Alexander, New York Times Bestselling author of 25 books, including Newbery-medal winning novel, The Crossover, will be the keynote speaker at the ceremony. Congratulations to Shayyan!
  •  An important figure in the celebration of Asian/Pacific Heritage month was Fred Korematsu. He was a civil rights activist who fought against Japanese prison camps during World War II. His first stand was in 1942, when at the age of 23, he refused to be sent to the camp he was assigned. Eventually, he even took his case to the Supreme Court where they ruled against him because of "necessary military precautions." However, he kept fighting. In 1998, he won the highest medal of honor for civilians: The Presidential Award of Freedom. Fred Korematsu died on March 30th, 2005, but his legacy of justice and equality still stays with us to this day.

 

5/3/18

 

  •  The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  •  The next Newspaper Club meeting date will be Wednesday, May 9th, after school in room 207. The Newspaper Club has released a new issue. Please pick one up in the Media Center or Main Office! Screen reader support enabled.
  •  HW club will be cancelled on May 2nd and onward. That last day will be April 25th.
  •  If you participated in the Math League Competition and would like to know your results, please stop by room 203 before school, after school or during SOAR to get your score from Mr. Toy.
  •  Robert Frost Middle School 2018 dessert theater is proud to present Disney's Aladdin, Jr. on Thursday, May 3rd, at 7:00 pm; Friday, May, 4th at 7:00 pm; and Saturday, May, 5th at 2:00pm. Tickets are available on the Frost website. Come and support the hard working staff and students who always make our productions a huge success.
  •  Attention ALL rising 9th Graders: Are you interested in running for a 9th grade class officer position for Wootton High School next year? If so, please attend the informational meeting Friday May 4th during SOAR in the Media Center.
  •  The next Newspaper Club meeting date will be Wednesday, May 9th, after school in room 207.
  •  We have hearing and vision screening at Frost on May 23, 24, and 25th. We are looking for parent volunteers to help out during those days. The main job would be for the volunteer to go to the classes and bring the students to the screening room.

 

 

 

5/2/18  

 

 

  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  •  The next Newspaper Club meeting date will be Wednesday, May 9th, after school in room 207. The Newspaper Club has released a new issue. Please pick one up in the Media Center or Main Office! 
  •  If you participated in the Math League Competition and would like to know your results, please stop by room 203 before school, after school or during SOAR to get your score from Mr. Toy.
  • Join Coach Maggie Dyer and the Girls Basketball Team for this fun event being held on May 15 from 6:30 to 8:00 in the main gym. Meet the players and coaches while improving your skills and learn some new tricks on the court. Admission is free - please bring a can of non-perishable food that will be donated to a local food bank.

 

 

  • The SGA will meet today after school.
  • Robert Frost Middle School 2018 Dessert Theater is proud to present Disney's Aladdin, Jr. on Thursday, May 3rd, at 7:00 pm; Friday, May, 4th at 7:00 pm; and Saturday, May, 5th at 2:00pm. Tickets are available on the Frost website. Come and support the hard working staff and students who always make our productions a huge success.
  •  Attention ALL rising 9th Graders: Are you interested in running for a 9th grade class officer position for Wootton High School next year? If so, please attend the informational meeting Friday May 4th during SOAR in the Media Center.
  •  Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Ledo's Pizza in Travilah Square in North Potomac to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends, and appetites to Ledo's Pizza on Wednesday, May 2 nd  from 5 to 9 PM. Be sure to mention Frost for carry-out orders. See you there!
  •  Attention Games Club members: Our meetings have now ended. We will resume next year.
  •  Yesterday, we discussed the origins of Asian/Pacific Heritage Month. But why May specifically? Well...The first Japanese immigrant came to the United States on May 7, 1843.  The transcontinental railroad which employed many Chinese immigrants was also finished on May 10, 1896. Thank you for your attention, and have a great day!
  •  The next Newspaper Club meeting date will be Wednesday, May 9th, after school in room 207. 
  • The Newspaper Club has released a new issue. Please pick one up in the Media Center or Main Office!
  •  No Public Speaking Club today, May 2.

 

 

 


 

5/1/18  

  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  •  If you participated in the Math League Competition and would like to know your results, please stop by room 203 before school, after school or during SOAR to get your score from Mr. Toy.
  •  The SGA will meet tomorrow after school.
  •  Library Club is cancelled this week. We will meet again next week.
  •  Homework  club will be cancelled on May 2nd, and onward.
  •  Attention ALL rising 9th Graders: Are you interested in running for a 9th grade class officer position for Wootton High School next year? If so, please attend the informational meeting Friday, May 4th, during SOAR, in the Media Center.
  •  There will be a meeting of the sports performance club at soar today in the auxiliary gym. This club is open to all students and all ability levels who want to increase their athletic skills and play flag football. The first activity will be tomorrow at 3:15pm on the upper field.
  •  Robert Frost Middle School 2018 Dessert Theater is proud to present Disney's Aladdin, Jr. on Thursday, May 3rd, at 7:00 pm; Friday, May, 4th at 7:00 pm; and Saturday, May, 5th at 2:00pm. Tickets are available on the Frost website. Come and support the hard working staff and students who always make our productions a huge success.
  •  May marks the beginning of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. This commemoration began in June 1977 when Representatives Frank Horton of New York, and Norman Y. Mineta of California, introduced a bill that proclaimed the first ten days of May as Asian/Pacific Heritage Week. In 1990, President H.W. Bush lengthened the celebration into a month.
  •  Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Ledo's Pizza in Travilah Square in North Potomac to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends, and appetites to Ledo's Pizza on Wednesday, May 2 nd  from 5 to 9 PM. Be sure to mention Frost for carry-out orders. See you there!
  •  Attention Games Club members: Our meetings have now ended. We will resume next year.

 

 

 

4/30/18

 

  • Join Coach Maggie Dyer and the Girls Basketball Team for this fun event being held on May 15 from 6:30 to 8:00 in the main gym. Meet the players and coaches while improving your skills and learn some new tricks on the court. Admission is free - please bring a can of non-perishable food that will be donated to a local food bank.
  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  • Attention all rising 9th graders!  The Wootton Science, Technology and Research Program (STARs) has new, highly enriched programming starting with the graduating class of 2022.  We encourage all students who are interested in pursuing a career in STEM or STEM-related field to visit the website for more information about the exciting new components of the program.
  • If you participated in the Math League Competition and would like to know your results, please stop by room 203 before school, after school or during SOAR to get your score from Mr. Toy.
  • Homework  club will be cancelled on May 2nd, and onward.

 

 

 

4/26/18

 

  • The Wootton High School boys and girls lacrosse teams invite you to our annual Wootton Lacrosse Community Day on Saturday, April 28th. The event will be from 11 am to 1 pm on the grass fields near Frost Middle School. You can learn about the game, get tips, and win prizes. All ages are welcome. Free food and beverages will be provided while they last. Questions about the events can be directed to Nick Abid at nickabid@gmail.com.
  • The STEM opportunity for Robert Frost's West Coast trip for next school year 2019 is here! Remind your parents. The informational meeting will take place Thursday, April 26th at 6:30 pm in room 216. Our trip dates are June 22nd - 27th, 2019. For more information contact Mrs. Woo.
  •  The SGA is sponsoring a book drive for National School Library Month!! We are working with the organization Aaron's Book Buddies to give away books to students in need who attend an MCPS Title 1 elementary school. Our goal is to donate 1,000 books to the organization! The books donated should be for an elementary school audience. A box for collecting those donations will be in the main hallway. Please see Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep for any questions.
  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  • After School Math Help with Mr. Meyer will be cancelled today, April 26th.
  • Attention all rising 9th graders!  The Wootton Science, Technology and Research Program (STARs) has new, highly enriched programming starting with the graduating class of 2022.  We encourage all students who are interested in pursuing a career in STEM or STEM-related field to visit the website for more information about the exciting new components of the program.
  • Attention Frost Families: Saturday, April 28th, Wootton is sponsoring Baseball Day on the upper baseball field from 11:00am to 12:30pm. The Wootton coaches will be doing skills and drills with the kids. All ages are welcome. Food will be served. Hope to see you there!
  • Attention all 6th grade members of the Frost Byte News Club. Please arrange to attend tomorrow's important meeting to prepare for 8th grade PARCC testing.
  • Anyone interested in playing Wootton Girls Soccer this coming fall should attend an informational meeting this thursday, April 26th on the blacktop next to the tennis courts at dismissal. The meeting will last approximately 15 minutes.
  • Attention all 6th grade members of the Frost Byte News Club. Please arrange to attend tomorrow's important meeting to prepare for 8th grade PARCC testing.

 



 

 

4/25/18  

 

 

  • The SGA is sponsoring a book drive for National School Library Month!! We are working with the organization Aaron's Book Buddies to give away books to students in need who attend an MCPS Title 1 elementary school. Our goal is to donate 1,000 books to the organization! The books donated should be for an elementary school audience.  A box for collecting those donations will be in the main hallway. Please see Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep for any questions.
  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!

 

 

  • Attention 8th grade students, April 26th is the 8th grade panoramic picture. Picture forms were distributed in Excel last week. If you need a form, please stop by the main office. Remember, bring your form and payment April 26th, and give it to the photographer.

 

 

  •  Attention all middle school students, MCPS will sponsor career exploration camps for all rising 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Students will explore skilled and professional careers and match their career goals and interest with career academies and high school programs. Two camps will take place from 8:30 AM- 12:30 PM at Gaithersburg HS from June 25 to June 28, and Paint Branch from July 9 to July 12
  • The STEM opportunity for Robert Frost's West Coast trip for next school year 2019 is here! Remind your parents. The informational meeting will take place Thursday, April 26th at 6:30 pm in room 216. Our trip dates are June 22nd - 27th, 2019. For more information, contact Mrs. Woo.

 

 

  •  HW club will be cancelled on May 2nd and onward. Its last day will be today, April 25th
  •  After School Math Help with Mr. Meyer will be cancelled on Thursday April 26.
  •  There will be no after school Algebra support today, April 25th with Mr. Toy because of the Math League Competition.  If you have enrolled in the competition, please be in room 203 by 3:15 pm this afternoon.
  •  Attention Frost Families: Saturday, April 28th, Wootton is sponsoring Baseball Day on the upper baseball field from 11:00am to 12:30pm. The Wootton coaches will be doing skills and drills with the kids. All ages are welcome. Food will be served. Hope to see you there!

 

   

4/24/18

  • There is still available space if you are interested in participating in the Math League competition.  The date of the competition is April 25, it will be held in room 203 and begins at 3:15 pm. If you are interested please stop by and see Mr. Toy.
  • The SGA is sponsoring a book drive for National School Library Month!! We are working with the organization Aaron's Book Buddies to give away books to students in need who attend an MCPS Title 1 elementary school. Our goal is to donate 1,000 books to the organization! The books donated should be for an elementary school audience.  A box for collecting those donations will be in the main hallway. Please see Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep for any questions.
  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  • Attention 8th grade students, April 26th is the 8th grade panoramic picture. Picture forms were distributed in Excel last week. If you need a form, please stop by the main office. Remember, bring your form and payment April 26th, and give it to the photographer.
  • The STEM opportunity for Robert Frost's West Coast trip for next school year 2019 is here! Remind your parents. The informational meeting will take place Thursday, April 26th at 6:30 pm in room 216. Our trip dates are June 22nd - 27th, 2019. For more information contact Mrs. Woo.
  • HW club will be cancelled on May 2nd and onward. That last day will be April 25th.
  • After School Math Help with Mr. Meyer will be cancelled on Thursday April 26.
  • Serwaa Bosomtwi completed a spring Saturday course with the National Institute of Health (NIH) and received an award for completion and a second award for diligence.  Serwaa received a teacher recommendation and was selected amongst many students competing for the spots from all around the DC metro area. Congratulations Serwaa!


4/23/18


 

  • There is still available space if you are interested in participating in the Math League competition.  The date of the competition is April 25, it will be held in room 203 and begins at 3:15 pm. If you are interested please stop by and see Mr. Toy.
  • The SGA is sponsoring a book drive for National School Library Month!! We are working with the organization Aaron's Book Buddies to give away books to students in need who attend an MCPS Title 1 elementary school. Our goal is to donate 1,000 books to the organization! The books donated should be for an elementary school audience.  A box for collecting those donations will be in the main hallway. Please see Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep for any questions.
  • Attention all rising 9th graders!  The Wootton Science, Technology and Research Program (STARs) has new, highly enriched programming starting with the graduating class of 2022.  We encourage all students who are interested in pursuing a career in STEM or STEM-related field to visit the website for more information about the exciting new components of the program.
  • The Media Center will be having a Harry Potter party after school on Tuesday April 24th in the library. We will have games and crafts. Space is limited. Sign up in the Media Center.
  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  • Attention 8th grade students, April 26th is the 8th grade panoramic picture. Picture forms were distributed in Excel last week. If you need a form, please stop by the main office. Remember, bring your form and payment April 26th, and give it to the photographer.
  • Attention all middle school students: MCPS will sponsor career exploration camps for all rising 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Students will explore skilled and professional careers and match their career goals and interest with career academies and high school programs. One camp will take place at Gaithersburg high school from 8:30 AM- 12:30 PM from June 25 to June 28. A second camp will be held at Paint Branch high school from July 9th to July 12th.
  •  The STEM opportunity for Robert Frost's West Coast trip for next school year 2019 is here! Remind your parents. The informational meeting will take place Thursday, April 26th at 6:30 pm in room 216. Our trip dates are June 22nd - 27th, 2019. For more information contact Mrs. Woo.


 

4/20/18  

 

  •  The Media Center will be having a Harry Potter party after school on Tuesday April 24th in the library. We will have games and crafts. Space is limited. Sign up in the Media Center.
  •  The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  •  There is still available space if you are interested in participating in the Math League competition.  The date of the competition is April 25, it will be held in room 203 and begins at 3:15 pm.  If you are interested, please stop by and see Mr. Toy.
  •  Attention all rising 9th graders!  The Wootton Science, Technology and Research Program (STARs) has new, highly enriched programming starting with the graduating class of 2022.  We encourage all students who are interested in pursuing a career in STEM or STEM-related field to visit the website for more information about the exciting new components of the program.
  •  The SGA is sponsoring a book drive for National School Library Month!! We are working with the organization Aaron's Book Buddies to give away books to students in need who attend an MCPS Title 1 elementary school. Our goal is to donate 1,000 books to the organization! The books donated should be for an elementary school audience.  A box for collecting those donations will be in the main hallway. Please see Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep for any questions.
  •  Attention all students. The PARCC test will occur the weeks of April 23 through May 17. The assessment consists of three units for Math and four units for English Language Arts (ELA). Students will take one unit of the test per day and thus, will test for seven days in total. Sixth grade students will test next week and the week of May 7; seventh and eighth grade students will be testing the weeks of April 30 and May 14. The schedule was sent home with you a few weeks ago and is posted on the Frost website. Please make every effort to avoid scheduling appointments and/or trips on these days. It is very important for you to be well rested, nourished and present for testing. Testing locations will be posted in the front lobby and in grade level hallways on the Friday before testing begins. Do NOT bring electronics, including cell phones to your testing location. Turn them off and leave all electronics in your locker. Please bring earbuds or headphones to testing as you may need to use these for the test. A reminder that when you are finished with testing, you may sit quietly until the session has ended. Scrap paper may be used but will be collected as it is considered a secure document. We look forward to a successful test administration and encourage you to do your best!
  •  Attention 8th grade students, April 26th is the 8th grade panoramic picture. Picture forms were distributed in Excel last week. If you need a form, please stop by the main office. Remember, bring your form and payment April 26th, and give it to the photographer.

 

4/19/18  

 

 

  • The SGA is sponsoring a book drive for National School Library Month!! We are working with the organization Aaron's Book Buddies to give away books to students in need who attend an MCPS Title 1 elementary school. Our goal is to donate 1,000 books to the organization! The books donated should be for an elementary school audience.  A box for collecting those donations will be in the main hallway. Please see Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep for any questions.
  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!

 

 

  • There is still available space if you are interested in participating in the Math League competition.  The date of the competition is April 25, it will be held in room 203 and begins at 3:15 pm.  If you are interested, please stop by and see Mr. Toy.

 

 

  • Attention ALL student ambassadors. The quarterly meeting will be held this Thursday, April 19th. The meeting will be during the first part of EXCEL in the cafeteria. Please see Ms. Douglas if you have any questions.
  • The Media Center will be having a Harry Potter party after school on Tuesday April 24th in the library. We will have games and crafts. Space is limited. Sign up in the Media Center
  •  Attention all students. The PARCC test will occur the weeks of April 23 through May 17. The assessment consists of three units for Math and four units for English Language Arts (ELA). Students will take one unit of the test per day and thus, will test for seven days in total. Sixth grade students will test next week and the week of May 7; seventh and eighth grade students will be testing the weeks of April 30 and May 14. The schedule was sent home with you a few weeks ago and is posted on the Frost website. Please make every effort to avoid scheduling appointments and/or trips on these days. It is very important for you to be well rested, nourished and present for testing. Testing locations will be posted in the front lobby and in grade level hallways on the Friday before testing begins. Do NOT bring electronics, including cell phones to your testing location. Turn them off and leave all electronics in your locker. Please bring earbuds or headphones to testing as you may need to use these for the test. A reminder that when you are finished with testing, you may sit quietly until the session has ended. Scrap paper may be used but will be collected as it is considered a secure document. We look forward to a successful test administration and encourage you to do your best!

 

 


 

 

4/18/18  

 

 

  • The SGA is sponsoring a book drive for National School Library Month!! We are working with the organization Aaron's Book Buddies to give away books to students in need who attend an MCPS Title 1 elementary school. Our goal is to donate 1,000 books to the organization! The books donated should be for an elementary school audience.  A box for collecting those donations will be in the main hallway. Please see Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep for any questions.
  •  The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  • There is still available space if you are interested in participating in the Math League competition.  The date of the competition is April 25, it will be held in room 203 and begins at 3:15 pm.  If you are interested, please stop by and see Mr. Toy.
  •  The Newspaper Club will not meet this week. The next meeting date is April 25th.  
  •  Attention ALL student ambassadors. The quarterly meeting will be held this Thursday, April 19th. The meeting will be during the first part of EXCEL in the cafeteria. Please see Ms. Douglas if you have any questions.
  •  Attention SGA Reps: We will meet TODAY after school in room 105.
  •  The Media Center will be having a Harry Potter party after school on Tuesday April 24th in the library. We will have games and crafts. Space is limited. Sign up in the Media Center.

 

 


 

4/17/18  

 

  • There is still available space if you are interested in participating in the Math League competition.  The date of the competition is April 25, it will be held in room 203 and begins at 3:15 pm.  If you are interested, please stop by and see Mr. Toy.
  • The SGA is sponsoring a book drive for National School Library Month!! We are working with the organization Aaron's Book Buddies to give away books to students in need who attend an MCPS Title 1 elementary school. Our goal is to donate 1,000 books to the organization! The books donated should be for an elementary school audience.  A box for collecting those donations will be in the main hallway. Please see Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep for any questions.
  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!

 

 

  • Book Club will discuss Story Thieves by James Riley on Wednesday after school 4/18 in room 216.  Don't forget to bring a book suggestion for the month of May!

 

 

  •  The Newspaper Club will not meet this week. The next meeting date is April 25th.
  •  Attention ALL student ambassadors. The quarterly meeting will be held this Thursday, April 19th. The meeting will be during the first part of EXCEL in the cafeteria. Please see Ms. Douglas if you have any questions.
  •  The Media Center will be having a Harry Potter party after school on Tuesday April 24th in the library. We will have games and crafts. Space is limited. Sign up in the Media Center.
  • Attention Library Advisory Board: We will meet TODAY after school in the library. Attention SGA Reps: We will meet TOMORROW in Room 105 after school.

 

 

4/16/18

 

  • There is still available space if you are interested in participating in the Math League competition.  The date of the competition is April 25, it will be held in room 203 and begins at 3:15 pm. If you are interested please stop by and see Mr. Toy.
  • The SGA is sponsoring a book drive for National School Library Month!! We are working with the organization Aaron's Book Buddies to give away books to students in need who attend an MCPS Title 1 elementary school. Our goal is to donate 1,000 books to the organization! The books donated should be for an elementary school audience.  A box for collecting those donations will be in the main hallway. Please see Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep for any questions.
  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!

 

 

 4/13/18

 

  • Wootton High School presents the Music Man on April 13, 14, 20, and 21 at 7pm and April 15 and 22 at 2pm. For more information or to purchase tickets, go to www.WoottonArts.com . Advanced purchase reserved seating is $15 and general admission seats are $12 for Adults and $10 for Students and Seniors.
  • There is still available space if you are interested in participating in the Math League competition.  The date of the competition is April 25, it will be held in room 203 and begins at 3:15 pm. If you are interested please stop by and see Mr. Toy.
  • The SGA is sponsoring a book drive for National School Library Month!! We are working with the organization Aaron's Book Buddies to give away books to students in need who attend an MCPS Title 1 elementary school. Our goal is to donate 1,000 books to the organization! The books donated should be for an elementary school audience.  A box for collecting those donations will be in the main hallway. Please see Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep for any questions.
  • -The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!Book Club will discuss Story Thieves by James Riley on Wednesday afterschool 4/18 in room 216.  Don't forget to bring a book suggestion for the month of May!

 


 

4/12/18

 

  • The SGA is sponsoring a book drive for National School Library Month!! We are working with the organization Aaron's Book Buddies to give away books to students in need who attend an MCPS Title 1 elementary school. Our goal is to donate 1,000 books to the organization! The books donated should be for an elementary school audience.  A box for collecting those donations will be in the main hallway. Please see Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep for any questions.
  • There is still available space if you are interested in participating in the Math League competition.  The date of the competition is April 25, it will be held in room 203 and begins at 3:15 pm. If you are interested please stop by and see Mr. Toy.
  • Attention all 8th grade students:  Thursday, April 12th at 7pm is a Wootton Patriots Football Meeting, in room 183 @ WHS.  Meet the coaches, review the schedule , spring season, summer camp, tryouts, fall season practice and parent volunteer opportunities.  Pizza will be served.
  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!

 


 

4/11/18  

 

 

  • Wootton High School presents the Music Man on April 13, 14, 20, and 21 at 7pm and April 15 and 22 at 2pm. For more information or to purchase tickets, go to www.WoottonArts.com . Advanced purchase reserved seating is $15 and general admission seats are $12 for Adults and $10 for Students and Seniors.
  •  The SGA is sponsoring a book drive for National School Library Month!! We are working with the organization Aaron's Book Buddies to give away books to students in need who attend an MCPS Title 1 elementary school. Our goal is to donate 1,000 books to the organization! The books donated should be for an elementary school audience.  A box for collecting those donations will be in the main hallway. Please see Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep for any questions.
  •  Attention all 8th grade students:  Thursday, April 12th at 7pm is a Wootton Patriots Football Meeting, in room 183 @ WHS.  Meet the coaches, review the schedule, spring season, summer camp, tryouts, fall season practice and parent volunteer opportunities.  Pizza will be served.
  •  The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  •  The Newspaper Club will meet after school on Wednesday, April 11th, in room 212.
  •  There is still available space if you are interested in participating in the Math League competition.  The date of the competition is April 25, it will be held in room 203 and begins at 3:15 pm.  If you are interested, please stop by and see Mr. Toy.
  •  Attention all rising 9th graders!  The Wootton Science, Technology and Research Program (STARs) has new, highly enriched programming starting with the graduating class of 2022.  We encourage all students who are interested in pursuing a career in STEM or STEM-related field to visit the website for more information about the exciting new components of the program.

 

 

 

4/10/18

 

  • Attention Students -  April 10th is Spring Picture Day.  Only students with picture forms and payment will be able to have their pictures taken.  Be sure to give the photographer your form and payment at the time your picture is taken.  Remember April 10th, dress for pictures and bring your forms.
  • The Yearbook Club will not meet after school until further notice. Please be on the lookout for the next meeting date!
  • The SGA is sponsoring a book drive for National School Library Month!! We are working with the organization Aaron's Book Buddies to give away books to students in need who attend an MCPS Title 1 elementary school. Our goal is to donate 1,000 books to the organization! The books donated should be for an elementary school audience.  A box for collecting those donations will be in the main hallway. Please see Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep for any questions.
  • Attention all 8th grade students:  Thursday, April 12th at 7pm is a Wootton Patriots Football Meeting, in room 183 @ WHS.  Meet the coaches, review the schedule , spring season, summer camp, tryouts, fall season practice and parent volunteer opportunities.  Pizza will be served.
  • Wootton High School presents the Music Man on April 13, 14, 20, and 21 at 7pm and April 15 and 22 at 2pm. 
  • For more information or to purchase tickets, go to www.WoottonArts.com. 
  • Advanced purchase reserved seating is $15 and general admission seats are $12 for Adults and $10 for Students and Seniors.
  • The Newspaper Club will meet after school on Wednesday, April 10th, in room 212.

 

 

 

4/9/18  

 

 

  • Attention:  All Chess Players: Come player chess against your peer and show off your skills in our first Robert Frost Chess Tournament. The tournament will be taking place after school on April 10th, 11th and 12th in Room 204.  There is a signup sheet at the library check out desk.   Hurry!  Only the first 32 people will get to play. For more information see Mrs. Engelman in room 204. 
  •  Wootton High School presents the Music Man on April 13, 14, 20, and 21 at 7pm and April 15 and 22 at 2pm. For more information or to purchase tickets, go to www.WoottonArts.com . Advanced purchase reserved seating is $15 and general admission seats are $12 for Adults and $10 for Students and Seniors.
  •  Attention Students -  April 10th is Spring Picture Day.  Only students with picture forms and payment will be able to have their pictures taken.  Be sure to give the photographer your form and payment at the time your picture is taken.  Remember April 10th, dress for pictures and bring your forms. 
  •  The SGA is sponsoring a book drive for National School Library Month!! We are working with the organization Aaron's Book Buddies to give away books to students in need who attend an MCPS Title 1 elementary school. Our goal is to donate 1,000 books to the organization! The books donated should be for an elementary school audience.  A box for collecting those donations will be in the main hallway. Please see Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep for any questions.
  •  Frost's Choose Kind Campaign was a huge success!  More than 300 compliments were written about our staff and students.  Although the official campaign has ended, it's never too late to Choose Kind!  Here are a few ways YOU can Choose Kind…invite someone to sit with you at lunch, ask someone about their day, or just say "hello" in the hall.  Thanks to everyone that wrote compliments and to those that did something kind for another person. As Wayne Dyer says, "When given the choice between being right and being kind, choose kind."   
  • Attention all 8th grade students:  Thursday, April 12th at 7pm is a Wootton Patriots Football Meeting, in room 183 @ WHS.  Meet the coaches, review the schedule, spring season, summer camp, tryouts, fall season practice and parent volunteer opportunities.  Pizza will be served.

 


 

 

 4/6/18  

 

  • Attention Students -  April 10th is Spring Picture Day.  Only students with picture forms and payment will be able to have their pictures taken.  Be sure to give the photographer your form and payment at the time your picture is taken.  Remember April 10th, dress for pictures and bring your forms. 
  •  The SGA is sponsoring a book drive for National School Library Month!! We are working with the organization Aaron's Book Buddies to give away books to students in need who attend an MCPS Title 1 elementary school. Our goal is to donate 1,000 books to the organization! The books donated should be for an elementary school audience.  A box for collecting those donations will be in the main hallway. Please see Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep for any questions.
  •  Wootton High School presents the Music Man on April 13, 14, 20, and 21 at 7pm and April 15 and 22 at 2pm. 
  • For more information or to purchase tickets, go to www.WoottonArts.com. 
  • Advanced purchase reserved seating is $15 and general admission seats are $12 for Adults and $10 for Students and Seniors. 
  • Attention All Chess Players: Come player chess against your peer and show off your skills in our first Robert Frost Chess Tournament. The tournament will be taking place after school on April 10th, 11th and 12th  in Room 204.  There is a signup sheet at the library check out desk. Hurry!  Only the first 32 people will get to play. For more information see Mrs. Engelman in room 204.

 

 

4/5/18

 

  • Attention All Chess Players: Come player chess against your peer and show off your skills in our first Robert Frost Chess Tournament. The tournament will be taking place after school on April 10th, 11th and 12th  in Room 204. There is a signup sheet at the library check out desk. Hurry! Only the first 32 people will get to play. For more information see Mrs. Engelman in room 204.
  • Frost's Choose Kind Campaign is off to a fantastic start! Many of you have written kind words about our staff and students. All compliments will be delivered on Thursdays during EXCEL. Each week a few compliments will be selected and shared right here on Frost Byte News. Please watch as some of our amazing students share their compliments.
  • Attention Quiz Bowlers: Please pick up a new Quiz Bowl schedule from Mr. Anton. There will be no Quiz Bowl this Thursday, April 5th.
  • Wootton High School presents the Music Man on April 13, 14, 20, and 21 at 7pm and April 15 and 22 at 2pm. For more information or to purchase tickets, go to www.WoottonArts.com . Advanced purchase reserved seating is $15 and general admission seats are $12 for Adults and $10 for Students and Seniors.
  • Attention Students -  April 10th is Spring Picture Day.  Only students with picture forms and payment will be able to have their pictures taken.  Be sure to give the photographer your form and payment at the time your picture is taken.  Remember April 10th, dress for pictures and bring your forms.

 



 

 4/4/18  

 

  • HW club will be cancelled on 4/4 and will resume on 4/11.
  •  Attention SGA: We will meet this Wed after school in Room 105.
  •  Attention Quiz Bowlers: Please pick up a new Quiz Bowl schedule from Mr. Anton. There will be no Quiz Bowl this Thursday, April 5th.

 

 

4/3/18

 

  • Attention:  All Chess Players: Come player chess against your peer and show off your skills in our first Robert Frost Chess Tournament. The tournament will be taking place after school on April 10th, 11th and 12th  in Room 204. There is a signup sheet at the library check out desk. Hurry! Only the first 32 people will get to play. 
  • For more information see Mrs. Engelman in room 204.  
  • Wootton High School presents the Music Man on April 13, 14, 20, and 21 at 7pm and April 15 and 22 at 2pm. For more information or to purchase tickets, go to www.WoottonArts.com . Advanced purchase reserved seating is $15 and general admission seats are $12 for Adults and $10 for Students and Seniors.
  • Attention Book Wars Teams: We will meet TODAY during EXCEL
  • Attention Quiz Bowlers: Please pick up a new Quiz Bowl schedule from Mr. Anton. There will be no Quiz Bowl this Thursday, April 5th.
  • Attention SGA: We will meet this Wed after school in Room 105.

 

 

3/22/18

 

  • Anyone interested in participating in the annual Math League Competition, please see Mr. Toy in room 203 to register. The competition will be held on Wednesday, April 25th, from 3:15 PM until 4:00 PM.
  • Attention Frost Students: Show your SCHOOL SPIRIT tomorrow by celebrating Frost Friday and wearing your favorite Frost Gear for the Basketball Jamboree!!
  • Frost's Choose Kind Campaign is off to a fantastic start! Many of you have written kind words about our staff and students. All compliments will be delivered on Thursdays during EXCEL. Each week a few compliments will be selected and shared right here on Frost Byte News. Please watch as some of our amazing students share their compliments.
  • Attention:  All Chess Players: Come player chess against your peer and show off your skills in our first Robert Frost Chess Tournament. The tournament will be taking place after school on April 10th, 11th and 12th  in Room 204. There is a signup sheet at the library check out desk. Hurry! Only the first 32 people will get to play. 
  • For more information see Mrs. Engelman in room 204.
  • Attention ALL Book Wars team members: We will meet this THURSDAY during lunch.  
  • Wootton Tutoring is cancelled this Thursday, March 22nd.

 

 

 3/20/18

 

 

  • Girls on the Run will be starting next Tuesday March 13th.  We still have some spots left if you would like to join. If you like fun, friendship, games and competition-you will love Girls on the Run.  Please sign up on the Girls on the Run website or contact Ms. Coon or Ms. Michaels.
  • Anyone interested in participating in the annual Math League Competition, please see Mr. Toy in room 203 to register. The competition will be held on Wednesday, April 25th, from 3:15 PM until 4:00 PM.
  • Attention Frost Students: Show your SCHOOL SPIRIT tomorrow by dressing up for Wacky Wednesday.
  • Attention All Chess Players: Come player chess against your peers and show off your skills in our first Robert Frost Chess Tournament. The tournament will be taking place after school on April 10th, 11th and 12th  in Room 204. There is a signup sheet at the library check out desk. Hurry! Only the first 32 people will get to play. For more information see Mrs. Engelman in room 204.
  • Library Advisory will meet Tuesday 3/20 after school in the Media Center.
  • Frost's Choose Kind Campaign is still going strong!  More than 200 compliments have been written about our staff and students.  Have you been kind lately? If not, here are some easy ways for YOU to Choose Kind…hold the door for someone, ask someone about their day or just smile in the hall. This is the last week for Frost's Choose Kind campaign, so please take the time to write a compliment. 
  • As Wayne Dyer says, "When given the choice between being right and being kind, choose kind."  

 


 

 

3/19/18  

 

 

  • Girls on the Run will be starting next Tuesday March 13th.  We still have some spots left if you would like to join.  If you like fun, friendship, games and competition-you will love Girls on the Run.  Please sign up on the Girls on the Run website or contact Ms. Coon or Ms. Michaels.
  •  Anyone interested in participating in the annual Math League Competition, please see Mr. Toy in room 203 to register. The competition will be held on Wednesday, April 25th, from 3:15 PM until 4:00 PM.
  •  Attention Frost Students: Show your SCHOOL SPIRIT tomorrow by wearing your Favorite Hat.
  •  Library Advisory will meet Tuesday 3/20 after school in the Media Center.
  • Buses 5304 and 5308 are late

 

 

3/16/18

 

  • Girls on the Run will be starting next Tuesday March 13th.  We still have some spots left if you would like to join. If you like fun, friendship, games and competition-you will love Girls on the Run.  Please sign up on the Girls on the Run website or contact Ms. Coon or Ms. Michaels.
  • Anyone interested in participating in the annual Math League Competition, please see Mr. Toy in room 203 to register. The competition will be held on Wednesday, April 25th, from 3:15 PM until 4:00 PM.
  • Attention Book Wars Team Members: 6th and 7th grade teams will meet today during their lunches.
  • Attention Frost Students: Show your SCHOOL SPIRIT on Monday by wearing your PAJAMAS.

 

 

 

 

3/15/18

 

  • The Yearbook Club needs your help! If you have any pictures of the girls' softball or basketball team games, or photos of students at Frost experiencing and achieving excellence, please send them to Ms. Lee at yun_lee@mcpsmd.org.
  • Girls on the Run will be starting next Tuesday March 13th.  We still have some spots left if you would like to join. If you like fun, friendship, games and competition-you will love Girls on the Run.  Please sign up on the Girls on the Run website or contact Ms. Coon or Ms. Michaels.
  • Frost's Choose Kind Campaign is off to a fantastic start! Many of you have written kind words about our staff and students. All compliments will be delivered on Thursdays during EXCEL. Each week a few compliments will be selected and shared right here on Frost Byte News. Please watch as some of our amazing students share their compliments.
  • Anyone interested in participating in the annual Math League Competition please see Mr. Toy in room 203 to register.  The competition will be held on Wednesday, April 25 from 3:15 until 4:00 pm in room 203.
  • Attention Frost Students: Next Week is Spirit Week. Make sure to show your FROST pride all week long. Check out the posters around the school and stay tuned to Frostbyte News to see what to wear throughout the week!

 


 

3/14/18

 

  • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, "We are not makers of history, we are made by history."  Does Dr King's quote make you wonder how historic events make us who we are today? If you answered yes to this question, than consider joining the Robert Frost History Club, where students of all grades will explore major historic events such as the American Revolution, The Civil Rights Movement, and political tensions between North and South Korea. These are only a few of the fascinating topics we will be discussing. Beginning on February, 28th, The history club will meet after school every Wednesday in Room 202. If you have any questions, or are interested in obtaining more information, please see Mr. Holloran in Room 202, right next to the counseling office.
  • The Yearbook Club needs your help! If you have any pictures of the girls' softball or basketball team games, or photos of students at Frost experiencing and achieving excellence, please send them to Ms. Lee at yun_lee@mcpsmd.org.
  • Anyone interested in participating in the annual Math League Competition, please see Mr. Toy in room 203 to register. The competition will be held on Wednesday, April 25th, from 3:15 PM until 4:00 PM.
  • There will be a walkout held this Wednesday, March 14, during SOAR. At the beginning of SOAR. At the beginning of SOAR, all those who wish to participate should report to their grade's fire drill locations. We will walk and protest for 17 minutes to honor the 17 who lost their lives. We encourage you to make signs and bring them, as long as they are school appropriate. Students are encouraged to wear orange to support this event. Finally, all students are expected to act in an appropriate manner. Hope to see you there!  
  • The Newspaper Club is not meet this week. It will meet on Wednesday, March 20th in room 207. All articles for the next issue should be submitted by Wednesday, March 13th.
  • There will be no after school Algebra support today with Mr. Toy.  We will resume next week.

 

 

 

3/13/18 

 

  • The Yearbook Club needs your help! If you have any pictures of the girls' softball or basketball team games, or photos of students at Frost experiencing and achieving excellence, please send them to Ms. Lee at yun_lee@mcpsmd.org.
  • Girls on the Run will be starting today. We still have some spots left if you would like to join.  If you like fun, friendship, games and competition you will love Girls on the Run. Please sign up on the Girls on the Run website or contact Ms. Coon or Ms. Michaels.
  • Anyone interested in participating in the annual Math League Competition, please see Mr. Toy in room 203 to register. The competition will be held on Wednesday, April 25th, from 3:15 PM until 4:00 PM.
  • Attention members of the stage crew for Aladdin Jr: We will begin painting the sets today Tuesday, March 13th, and Thursday, March 15th. Please see Mrs. Weber if you have any questions.  
  • There will be a walkout held this Wednesday, March 14, during SOAR. At the beginning of SOAR. At the beginning of SOAR, all those who wish to participate should report to their grade's fire drill locations. We will walk and protest for 17 minutes to honor the 17 who lost their lives. We encourage you to make signs and bring them, as long as they are school appropriate. Students are encouraged to wear orange to support this event. Finally, all students are expected to act in an appropriate manner. Hope to see you there!  
  • Reminder the Pokemon Nintendo 3DS Tournament is today after school in the Media Center. The first round matches have been posted.
  • The Newspaper Club is not meet this week. It will meet on Wednesday, March 20th in room 207. All articles for the next issue should be submitted by Wednesday, March 13th

 

 

3/12/18

 

  • The Yearbook Club needs your help! If you have any pictures of the girls' softball or basketball team games, or photos of students at Frost experiencing and achieving excellence, please send them to Ms. Lee at yun_lee@mcpsmd.org.
  • Girls on the Run will be starting next Tuesday March 13th.  We still have some spots left if you would like to join. If you like fun, friendship, games and competition you will love Girls on the Run.  Please sign up on the Girls on the Run website or contact Ms. Coon or Ms. Michaels.
  • Anyone interested in participating in the annual Math League Competition, please see Mr. Toy in room 203 to register. The competition will be held on Wednesday, April 25th, from 3:15 PM until 4:00 PM.
  • Attention members of the stage crew for Aladdin Jr: We will begin painting the sets on Tuesday, March 13th, and Thursday, March 15th. Please see Mrs. Weber if you have any questions.  

 

 

3/9/18

 

  • Attention all students interested in the upcoming pokemon tournament in the media center: the registration will conclude on Friday, march 9th. Make sure to sign up before it is too late.
  • Girls on the Run will be starting next Tuesday March 13th.  We still have some spots left if you would like to join. If you like fun, friendship, games and competition-you will love Girls on the Run.  Please sign up on the Girls on the Run website or contact Ms. Coon or Ms. Michaels.
  • Frost's Choose Kind Campaign is off to a fantastic start! Many of you have written kind words about our staff and students. All compliments will be delivered on Thursdays during EXCEL. Each week a few compliments will be selected and shared right here on Frost Byte News. Please watch as some of our amazing students share their compliments.

 

3/8/18  

 

  •  Due to 8th grade MISA testing, 8th grade students who have not yet submitted field trip forms and money may submit on the deadline, Thursday, March 8th during EXCEL. See Mrs. Bank in room 250 for extra forms.
  •  The Yearbook Club needs your help. If you have any photos of Frost members (students, staff, and teachers) experiencing excellence, please send them to Ms. Lee at yun_lee@mcpsmd.org.  
  •  Girls on the Run will be starting next Tuesday March 13th.  We still have some spots left if you would like to join.  If you like fun, friendship, games and competition-you will love Girls on the Run.  Please sign up on the Girls on the Run website or contact Ms. Coon or Ms. Michaels.

 

 

 3/7/18  

 

  • The Yearbook Club needs your help! If you have any pictures of the girls' softball or basketball team games, or photos of students at Frost experiencing and achieving excellence, please send them to Ms. Lee at yun_lee@mcpsmd.org .
  •  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, "We are not makers of history, we are made by history."  Does Dr King's quote make you wonder how historic events make us who we are today? If you answered yes to this question, then consider joining the Robert Frost History Club, where students of all grades will explore major historic events such as the American Revolution, The Civil Rights Movement, and political tensions between North and South Korea. These are only a few of the fascinating topics we will be discussing. Beginning on February, 28th, The history club will meet after school every Wednesday in Room 202. If you have any questions, or are interested in obtaining more information, please see Mr. Holloran in Room 202, right next to the counseling office.
  •  Attention all students interested in the upcoming pokemon tournament in the media center: the registration will conclude on friday, march 9th. Make sure to sign up before it is too late.
  •  Due to 8th grade MISA testing, 8th grade students who have not yet submitted field trip forms and money may submit on the deadline, Thursday, March 8th during EXCEL. See Mrs. Bank in room 250 for extra forms.
  •  Attention ALL SGA Reps: We will meet this Wed after school in Room 105.
  •  The Yearbook Club needs your help. If you have any photos of Frost members (students, staff, and teachers) experiencing excellence, please send them to Ms. Lee at yun_lee@mcpsmd.org.  
  •  Girls on the Run will be starting next Tuesday March 13th.  We still have some spots left if you would like to join.  If you like fun, friendship, games and competition-you will love Girls on the Run.  Please sign up on the Girls on the Run website or contact Ms. Coon or Ms. Michaels.

 

 

3/6/18  

 

  • Attention all students interested in the upcoming pokemon tournament in the media center: the registration will conclude on Friday, march 9th. Make sure to sign up before it is too late.
  •  Due to 8th grade MISA testing, 8th grade students who have not yet submitted field trip forms and money may submit on the deadline, Thursday, March 8th during EXCEL. See Mrs. Bank in room 250 for extra forms.

 


3/5/18

 

  • Attention 8th graders. The Maryland Integrated Science Assessment (MISA) will occur this week Today, March 5th and Tuesday, March 6th. The testing will occur in the morning. The schedule was sent home with you a few weeks ago and is posted on the Frost website. Please make every effort to avoid scheduling appointments and/or trips on these days. The assessment consists of four units and you will participate in testing two units per day. The performance assessment gathered from the administration of MISA provides schools with valuable data to support you to become career and college ready. It is very important for you to be well rested, nourished and present for testing. Testing locations will be posted in the front lobby and by classrooms 150 and 250 by this Friday at the latest. Do NOT bring electronics, including cell phones. Turn them off and leave all electronics in your locker. If you bring them to testing, you will be asked to turn  them off and they will be collected up front until the end of testing. A reminder that when you are finished with testing, you may sit quietly until the session has ended. Scrap paper may be used but will be collected as they are secure documents. We look forward to a successful test administration and encourage you to do your best!
  • The Book Fair will be open all week from 7:45am - 3:00pm with a special event on Thursday evening from 5:30-8:00pm during the STEAM Night. You will each visit the fair with your English or Reading classes Monday through Friday, and you may also visit before school, during SOAR, and during lunch. The PTA accepts cash, checks, credit cards, and new this year is an eWallet option that you can register for through the Book Fair webpage: www.scholastic.com/robertfrostmiddleschool  -SB
  • The Yearbook Club needs your help! If you have any pictures of the girls' softball or basketball team games, or photos of students at Frost experiencing and achieving excellence, please send them to Ms. Lee at yun_lee@mcpsmd.org .
  • Attention all students interested in the upcoming pokemon tournament in the media center: the registration will conclude on friday, march 9th. Make sure to sign up before it is too late.

 

 

 

2/28/18  

 

 

  • In celebration of Black History Month, please stop by the media center to view the display and artifacts. Enjoy!
  •  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, "We are not makers of history, we are made by history."  Does Dr King's quote make you wonder how historic events make us who we are today? If you answered yes to this question, than consider joining the Robert Frost History Club, where students of all grades will explore major historic events such as the American Revolution, The Civil Rights Movement, and political tensions between North and South Korea. These are only a few of the fascinating topics we will be discussing. Beginning on February, 28th, The history club will meet after school every Wednesday in Room 202. If you have any questions, or are interested in obtaining more information, please see Mr. Holloran in Room 202, right next to the counseling office.
  •  The next Final Frontiers competition is Today, Wednesday February 28th during SOAR. This month's students will be competing with Slow Rollers!  There is still time if you wish to compete. See Mrs. Fishman in room 106 if you are interested.
  •  Are you sad that you weren't in the yearbook last year? If that's the case, make sure to attend Culture and Steam Night on Thursday, March 1st from 6-8pm. A professional photographer will be here to take yearbook photos.
  •  Registration packets for Wootton Ice Hockey's Spring League are available in the Main office/Cafeteria for those 8th graders who would like to join the team.  The fee to play is $300.  All Packets are due today
  •  This is an announcement for all 8th grade students.  On Thursday, February 22 you received from your English teacher an 8th grade packet for a field trip to the American Film Institute.  Permission slips and money will be collected at the beginning of Excel classes next week.   You are to report to your Excel class.  An announcement will be made over the PA to report with 2 signed permission slips and money to the hall outside of Room 250.  Mrs. Freedenberg and Mrs. Bank will collect.  
  •  The Newspaper club will meet today in room 207
  •  Any student interested in participating in the 3rd Annual Frost Table Tennis Tournament please see your health or PE teacher. The tournament will take place this Thursday evening at STEAM night in the main gym. All Participants need to do is sign up and be present this Thursday to compete. A Table Tennis Champion will be crowned.
  •  There will be no after school intramurals until further notice.
  •  The Book Fair will be open all week from 7:45am - 3:00pm with a special event on Thursday evening from 5:30-8:00pm during the STEAM Night. You will each visit the fair with your English or Reading classes Monday through Friday, and you may also visit before school, during SOAR, and during lunch. The PTA accepts cash, checks, credit cards, and new this year is an eWallet option that you can register for through the Book Fair webpage: www.scholastic.com/robertfrostmiddleschool  
  •  Frost's Choose Kind Campaign is going strong!  More than 200 compliments have been written about our staff and students.  Have you been kind lately? If not, here are some easy ways for YOU to Choose Kind…hold the door for someone, ask someone about their day, smile in the hall, or take the time to write a compliment.  All compliments will be delivered in EXCEL class and a few will be shared right here on Frost Byte News!  As Wayne Dyer says, "When given the choice between being right and being kind, choose kind."  
  •  Attention 8th graders. The Maryland Integrated Science Assessment (MISA) will occur next week on Monday, March 5th and Tuesday, March 6th. The testing will occur in the morning. The schedule was sent home with you a few weeks ago and is posted on the Frost website. Please make every effort to avoid scheduling appointments and/or trips on these days. The assessment consists of four units and you will participate in testing two units per day. The performance assessment gathered from the administration of MISA provides schools with valuable data to support you to become career and college ready. It is very important for you to be well rested, nourished and present for testing. Testing locations will be posted in the front lobby and by classrooms 150 and 250 by this Friday at the latest. Do NOT bring electronics, including cell phones. Turn them off and leave all electronics in your locker. If you bring them to testing, you will be asked to turn them off and they will be collected up front until the end of testing. A reminder that when you are finished with testing, you may sit quietly until the session has ended. Scrap paper may be used but will be collected as they are secure documents. We look forward to a successful test administration and encourage you to do your best!
  •  Frost's Choose Kind Campaign is going strong!  More than 200 compliments have been written about our staff and students.  Have you been kind lately? If not, here are some easy ways for YOU to Choose Kind…hold the door for someone, ask someone about their day, smile in the hall, or take the time to write a compliment.  All compliments will be delivered in EXCEL class and a few will be shared right here on Frost Byte News!  As Wayne Dyer says, "When given the choice between being right and being kind, choose kind."
  •  The Yearbook Club needs your help! If you have any pictures of the girls' softball or basketball team games, or photos of students at Frost experiencing and achieving excellence, please send them to Ms. Lee at yun_lee@mcpsmd.org.

 

 

2/27/18  

 

 

  • It's that time of year again! Steam and culture night at frost will be taking place on Thursday, March 1, 2018 from 6 to 8 pm. Experience family traditions, and enjoy the steam night at frost all in the same evening. What's steam? It stands for science, technology, engineering, art, and math. What's culture? It's replacing international night. Expect to see a planetarium, ping pong matches, musical solos and quartets, dances, robotics, food, henna, or take a gallery walk to witness magnificent artwork from the students taking art courses. You can fill out the google form on the frost website. If you would like to perform during the culture portion of the steam and culture night, please see Mrs. Avila-miller at soar in room 215. Available dates in February are 28th.
  •  The fundraiser last night was a success! We will announce the exact amount that was raised as soon so watch out for the update! Thank you to students, parents, and staff for supporting our Chipotle Fundraiser.
  •  In celebration of Black History Month, please stop by the media center to view the display and artifacts. Enjoy!
  •   The next Final Frontiers competition is Wednesday February 28th during SOAR. This month's students will be competing with Slow Rollers!  There is still time if you wish to compete. See Mrs. Fishman in room 106 if you are interested.
  •  Registration packets for Wootton Ice Hockey's Spring League are available in the Main office/Cafeteria for those 8th graders who would like to join the team.  The fee to play is $300.  All Packets are due by Feb. 28, 2018.
  •  STEM Club will be held TODAY (Tuesday February 27) instead of this Thursday.

 

 

 

 

2/26/18

 

  • Do you like to READ? Do you like PIZZA? Join the Media Center and the SGA for our annual joint fundraiser Locked in the Library on Thursday March 8th from 11am-1:30pm. What is a lock-in? It's when students commit to reading for 90 minutes while "locked" in the Media Center. Clues are also given out every 30 minutes to assist with your escape from the library. It turns a solitary experience into a social event while also raising money for a good cause! See Mrs. Yu for more information.
  • Tonight is our fundraiser at the Fallsgrove Chipotle from 4 to 8 PM. Come one, come all to support Robert Frost Middle School. Be sure to mention Frost before paying. If you place your order online, you must choose the pay in-store option, and inform the cashier you are supporting. See you there!
  • In celebration of Black History Month, please stop by the media center to view the display and artifacts. Enjoy!
  • The Yearbook Club is in need of photos of the boys' and girls' softball team and games, cross country, and girls' basketball games. If you have any, please send them to yun_lee@mcpsmd.org .
  • Are you sad that you weren't in the yearbook last year? If that's the case, make sure to attend Culture and Steam Night on Thursday, March 1st from 6-8pm. A professional photographer will be here to take yearbook photos.
  • The next Final Frontiers competition is Wednesday February 28th during SOAR. This month's students will be competing with Slow Rollers!  There is still time if you wish to compete. See Mrs. Fishman in room 106 if you are interested.
  • Registration packets for Wootton Ice Hockey's Spring League are available in the Main office/Cafeteria for those 8th graders who would like to join the team.  The fee to play is $300.  All packets are due by Feb. 28, 2018.
  • This is an announcement for all 8th grade students.  On Thursday, February 22 you received an 8th grade packet for a field trip to the American Film Institute from your English teacher  Permission slips and money will be collected at the beginning of Excel classes next week. You are to report to your Excel class.  An announcement will be made over the PA to report with 2 signed permission slips and money to the hall outside of Room 250.  Mrs. Freedenberg and Mrs. Bank will collect.  
  • STEM Club will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, February 27th instead of this Thursday.
  • The Book Fair will be open all week from 7:45am - 3:00pm with a special event on Thursday evening from 5:30-8:00pm during the STEAM Night. You will each visit the fair with your English or Reading classes Monday through Friday, and you may also visit before school, during SOAR, and during lunch. The PTA accepts cash, checks, credit cards, and new this year is an eWallet option that you can register for through the Book Fair webpage: www.scholastic.com/robertfrostmiddleschool

 



 

 

 

2/23/18

 

  • Do you like to READ? Do you like PIZZA? Join the Media Center and the SGA for our annual joint fundraiser Locked in the Library on Thursday March 8th from 11am-1:30pm. What is a lock-in? It's when students commit to reading for 90 minutes while "locked" in the Media Center. Clues are also given out every 30 minutes to assist with your escape from the library. It turns a solitary experience into a social event while also raising money for a good cause! See Mrs. Yu for more information.  
  • It's that time of year again! Steam and culture night at frost will be taking place on Thursday, March 1, 2018 from 6 to 8 pm. Experience family traditions, and enjoy the steam night at frost all in the same evening. What's steam? It stands for science, technology, engineering, art, and math. What's culture? It's replacing international night. Expect to see a planetarium, ping pong matches, musical solos and quartets, dances, robotics, food, henna, or take a gallery walk to witness magnificent artwork from the students taking art courses. You can fill out the google form on the frost website. If you would like to perform during the culture portion of the steam and culture night, please see Mrs. Avila-miller at soar in room 215. Available dates in February are the 16th, 21st, 23rd, or 28th.
  • Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Chipotle in Fallsgrove Shopping Center on Monday, February 26th from 4 to 8 PM. Bring in the flyer, or simply tell the cashier you're there to support Robert Frost Middle School. 50 percent of the proceeds will be donated to our school. Flyers are located in the main office. If you place your order online, you must choose the pay in-store option and inform the cashier you are supporting the Frost fundraiser. Let's come together and support our school!
  • In celebration of Black History Month, please stop by the media center to view the display and artifacts. Enjoy!
  • The next Final Frontiers competition is Wednesday February 28th during SOAR. This month's students will be competing with Slow Rollers!  There is still time if you wish to compete. See Mrs. Fishman in room 106 if you are interested.
  • The Yearbook Club is in need of photos of the boys' and girls' softball team and games, cross country, and girls' basketball games. If you have any, please send them to yun_lee@mcpsmd.org.
  • Are you sad that you weren't in the yearbook last year? If that's the case, make sure to attend Culture and Steam Night on Thursday, March 1st from 6-8pm. A professional photographer will be here to take yearbook photos.
  • Registration packets for Wootton Ice Hockey's Spring League are available in the Main office/Cafeteria for those 8th graders who would like to join the team.  The fee to play is $300.  All Packets are due by Feb. 28, 2018.
  • This is an announcement for all 8th grade students.  On Thursday, February 22 you received from your English teacher an 8th grade packet for a field trip to the American Film Institute.  Permission slips and money will be collected at the beginning of Excel classes next week.   You are to report to your Excel class.  An announcement will be made over the PA to report with 2 signed permission slips and money to the hall outside of Room 250.  Mrs. Freedenberg and Mrs. Bank will collect.  

 



 

2/22/18


 

  • Do you like to READ? Do you like PIZZA? Join the Media Center and the SGA for our annual joint fundraiser Locked in the Library on Thursday March 8th from 11am-1:30pm. What is a lock-in? It's when students commit to reading for 90 minutes while "locked" in the Media Center. Clues are also given out every 30 minutes to assist with your escape from the library. It turns a solitary experience into a social event while also raising money for a good cause! See Mrs. Yu for more information.
  • Frost's Choose Kind Campaign is off to a fantastic start!  Many of you have written kind words about our staff and students.  All compliments will be delivered on Thursdays during EXCEL.  Each week a few compliments will be selected and shared right here on Frost Byte News.  Please watch as some of our amazing students share their compliments.
  • Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Chipotle in Fallsgrove Shopping Center on Monday, February 26th from 4 to 8 PM. Bring in the flyer, or simply tell the cashier you're there to support Robert Frost Middle School. 50 percent of the proceeds will be donated to our school. Flyers are located in the main office. If you place your order online, you must choose the pay in-store option and inform the cashier you are supporting the Frost fundraiser. Let's come together and support our school!
  • In celebration of Black History Month, please stop by the media center to view the display and artifacts. Enjoy!
  • It's that time of year again! Steam and culture night at frost will be taking place on Thursday, March 1, 2018 from 6 to 8 pm. Experience family traditions, and enjoy the steam night at frost all in the same evening. What's steam? It stands for science, technology, engineering, art, and math. What's culture? It's replacing international night. Expect to see a planetarium, ping pong matches, musical solos and quartets, dances, robotics, food, henna, or take a gallery walk to witness magnificent artwork from the students taking art courses. You can fill out the google form on the frost website. If you would like to perform during the culture portion of the steam and culture night, please see Mrs. Avila-miller at soar in room 215. Available dates in February are the 16th, 21st, 23rd, or 28th.

 


 

2/21/18  

 

 

  • Are you interested in an after school club that helps you to build strong connections, make lasting friendships, overcome obstacles in school and outside of school, and make decisions? Well, Girls on the Run: Heart and Sole is coming to Robert Frost! Not only will we work on these life skills, we will also be practicing for a 5k run in May! You can register for the club on the Girls on the Run website. Please see Mrs. Coon or Ms. Michaels for any more information.
  •  Intramurals will be hosting a 3 on 3 basketball tournament after school. This week, Tuesday the 13th, Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th will be practice games and next week Tuesday the 20th, Wednesday the 21st and Thursday the 22nd will be the tournament. Please fill out a team registration form and turn it in to Mr. Niverth or your PE teacher. Forms can be found on the bulletin board at the front of the building.
  •  Do you like to READ? Do you like PIZZA? Join the Media Center and the SGA for our annual joint fundraiser Locked in the Library on Thursday March 8th from 11am-1:30pm. What is a lock-in? It's when students commit to reading for 90 minutes while "locked" in the Media Center. Clues are also given out every 30 minutes to assist with your escape from the library. It turns a solitary experience into a social event while also raising money for a good cause! See Mrs. Yu for more information.
  •  Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Chipotle in Fallsgrove Shopping Center on Monday, February 26th from 4 to 8 PM. Bring in the flyer, or simply tell the cashier you're there to support Robert Frost Middle School. 50 percent of the proceeds will be donated to our school. Flyers are located in the main office. If you place your order online, you must choose the pay in-store option and inform the cashier you are supporting the Frost fundraiser. Let's come together and support our school!
  •  In celebration of Black History Month, please stop by the media center to view the display and artifacts. Enjoy!
  •  There will be no Algebra after school support with Mr. Toy this week.  We will resume next week on the 28th.
  •  The Newspaper Club will NOT meet on Wednesday, Feb. 21st. It will meet on Feb. 28th.
  •  It's that time of year again! Steam and culture night at frost will be taking place on Thursday, March 1, 2018 from 6 to 8 pm. Experience family traditions, and enjoy the steam night at frost all in the same evening. What's steam? It stands for science, technology, engineering, art, and math. What's culture? It's replacing international night. Expect to see a planetarium, ping pong matches, musical solos and quartets, dances, robotics, food, henna, or take a gallery walk to witness magnificent artwork from the students taking art courses. You can fill out the google form on the frost website. If you would like to perform during the culture portion of the steam and culture night, please see Mrs. Avila-miller at soar in room 215. Available dates in February are the 16th, 21st, 23rd, or 28th.
  •  Attention members of the Public Speaking Club. The club is cancelled today February 21st. The next meeting will be Wednesday March 7th.
  •  In celebration of Black History Month, please stop by the media center to view the display and artifacts. Enjoy!

 

 

 

2/20/18  

 

 

  • Are you interested in an after school club that helps you to build strong connections, make lasting friendships, overcome obstacles in school and outside of school, and make decisions? Well, Girls on the Run: Heart and Sole is coming to Robert Frost! Not only will we work on these life skills, we will also be practicing for a 5k run in May! You can register for the club on the Girls on the Run website. Please see Mrs. Coon or Ms. Michaels for any more information.
  •  Intramurals will be hosting a 3 on 3 basketball tournament after school. This week, Tuesday the 13th, Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th will be practice games and next week Tuesday the 20th, Wednesday the 21st and Thursday the 22nd will be the tournament. Please fill out a team registration form and turn it in to Mr. Niverth or your PE teacher. Forms can be found on the bulletin board at the front of the building.
  •  Do you like to READ? Do you like PIZZA? Join the Media Center and the SGA for our annual joint fundraiser Locked in the Library on Thursday March 8th from 11am-1:30pm. What is a lock-in? It's when students commit to reading for 90 minutes while "locked" in the Media Center. Clues are also given out every 30 minutes to assist with your escape from the library. It turns a solitary experience into a social event while also raising money for a good cause! See Mrs. Yu for more information.
  •  It's that time of year again! Steam and culture night at frost will be taking place on Thursday, march 1, 2018 from 6 to 8 pm. Experience family traditions, and enjoy the steam night at frost all in the same evening. What's steam? It stands for science, technology, engineering, art, and math. What's culture? It's replacing international night. Expect to see a planetarium, ping pong matches, musical solos and quartets, dances, robotics, food, henna, or take a gallery walk to witness magnificent artwork from the students taking art courses. You can fill out the google form on the frost website. If you would like to perform during the culture portion of the steam and culture night, please see Mrs. Avila-miller at soar in room 215. Available dates in February are the 16th, 21st, 23rd, or 28th.
  •  The Newspaper Club will NOT meet on Wednesday, Feb. 21st. It will meet on Feb. 28th.
  •  Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Chipotle in Fallsgrove Shopping Center on Monday, February 26th from 4 to 8 PM. Bring in the flyer, or simply tell the cashier you're there to support Robert Frost Middle School. 50 percent of the proceeds will be donated to our school. Flyers are located in the main office. If you place your order online, you must choose the pay in-store option and inform the cashier you are supporting the Frost fundraiser. Let's come together and support our school!

 

 

 2/16/18


 

  • Are you interested in an after school club that helps you to build strong connections, make lasting friendships, overcome obstacles in school and outside of school, and make decisions? Well, Girls on the Run: Heart and Sole is coming to Robert Frost! Not only will we work on these life skills, we will also be practicing for a 5k run in May! You can register for the club on the Girls on the Run website. Please see Mrs. Coon or Ms. Michaels for any more information.
  • Intramurals will be hosting a 3 on 3 basketball tournament after school. This week, Tuesday the 13th, Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th will be practice games and next week Tuesday the 20th, Wednesday the 21st and Thursday the 22nd will be the tournament. Please fill out a team registration form and turn it in to Mr. Niverth or your PE teacher. Forms can be found on the bulletin board at the front of the building.-Do you like to READ? Do you like PIZZA? Join the Media Center and the SGA for our annual joint fundraiser Locked in the Library on Thursday March 8th from 11am-1:30pm. What is a lock-in? It's when students commit to reading for 90 minutes while "locked" in the Media Center. Clues are also given out every 30 minutes to assist with your escape from the library. It turns a solitary experience into a social event while also raising money for a good cause! See Mrs. Yu for more information.
  • Attention to all 7th and 8th grade boys who are interested in trying out for the boys soccer team. There will be a informational meeting this Friday, February 16th during SOAR in the fitness center. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeSanto.
  • Greetings! For students who would like to perform during the Culture portion of the STEAM and Culture Night March 1, please see Mrs. Avila-Miller for rehearsals  on any of these dates Wed. 3/14, 3/21  Fri. 3/16, 3/23 at SOAR in room 215.  OR Wed. 3/21 after school in room 215. See you there!
  • The Newspaper Club will NOT meet on Wednesday, Feb. 21st. It will meet on Feb. 28th.
  • Attention Book Wars Team Members: We are meeting TODAY during lunch in the Media Center.
  • It's that time of year again! Steam and culture night at frost will be taking place on thursday, march 1, 2018 from 6 to 8 pm. Experience family traditions, and enjoy the steam night at frost all in the same evening. What's steam? It stands for science, technology, engineering, art, and math. What's culture? It's replacing international night. Expect to see a planetarium, ping pong matches, musical solos and quartets, dances, robotics, food, henna, or take a gallery walk to witness magnificent artwork from the students taking art courses. You can fill out the google form on the frost website. If you would like to perform during the culture portion of the steam and culture night, please see Mrs. Avila-miller at soar in room 215. Available dates in february are the 16th, 21st, 23rd, or 28th.
  • This year the beginning of Chinese New Year falls on Friday, February 16. The Montgomery County libraries celebrate as well. Many have performances and crafts. There are events on Saturday Feb 24th at the Potomac, Rockville, and Germantown locations.
  • Bus 5320 and 5314 are late

 


 


2/15/18

 

  • Are you interested in an after school club that helps you to build strong connections, make lasting friendships, overcome obstacles in school and outside of school, and make decisions? Well, Girls on the Run: Heart and Sole is coming to Robert Frost! Not only will we work on these life skills, we will also be practicing for a 5k run in May! You can register for the club on the Girls on the Run website. Please see Mrs. Coon or Ms. Michaels for any more information.
  • Intramurals will be hosting a 3 on 3 basketball tournament after school. This week, Tuesday the 13th, Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th will be practice games and next week Tuesday the 20th, Wednesday the 21st and Thursday the 22nd will be the tournament. Please fill out a team registration form and turn it in to Mr. Niverth or your PE teacher. Forms can be found on the bulletin board at the front of the building.
  • Do you like to READ? Do you like PIZZA? Join the Media Center and the SGA for our annual joint fundraiser Locked in the Library on Thursday March 8th from 11am-1:30pm. What is a lock-in? It's when students commit to reading for 90 minutes while "locked" in the Media Center. Clues are also given out every 30 minutes to assist with your escape from the library. It turns a solitary experience into a social event while also raising money for a good cause! See Mrs. Yu for more information.
  • Come and join us after school at 3:10 for Culture Club on Tuesday February 13 and Thursday February 15 in Room 213 help us support culture night!
  • It's that time of year again! STEAM and Culture Night at Frost will be taking place on Thursday, March 1, 2018 from 6pm-8pm. Experience families' traditions AND enjoy the STEAM Night at Frost all in the same evening. What's STEAM? Science Technology Engineering Art Math. What's Culture? It is replacing International Night. Expect to see a Planetarium, ping pong matches, solos, quartets, dances, robotics, food, henna, or take a gallery walk to witness magnificent artwork from the students taking art courses. You can fill out the Google form on the Frost website. Please see Mrs. Avila-Miller or Ms. Redden with questions.
  • Attention to all 7th and 8th grade boys who are interested in trying out for the boys soccer team. There will be a informational meeting this Friday, February 16th during SOAR in the fitness center. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeSanto.
  • Greetings! For students who would like to perform during the Culture portion of the STEAM and Culture Night March 1st, please see Mrs. Avila-Miller at SOAR in room 215, for rehearsals on any of the following days: March 14th, March 16th, March 21st, or March 23rd. See you there!
  • Frost's Choose Kind Campaign is off to a fantastic start!  Many of you have written kind words about our staff and students.  All compliments will be delivered on Thursdays during EXCEL. Each week a few compliments will be selected and shared right here on Frost Byte News.  Please watch as some of our amazing students share their compliments.

 



 

2/13/18

 

  • Are you interested in an after school club that helps you to build strong connections, make lasting friendships, overcome obstacles, and make decisions? Well, Girls on the Run: Heart and Sole is coming to Robert Frost! Not only will we work on these life skills, but we will also be practicing for a 5-k run in May! You can register for the club on the Girls on the Run website. Please see Mrs. Coon or Ms. Michaels for any more information.
  • Attention to all the 7th and 8th grade girls who are interested in trying out for the girls soccer team. There will an informational meeting on Tuesday February 13th during the 7th and 8th grade lunches in the fitness center. If you have any questions please see Mr. DeSanto or email coach Blume at Scott_Blume@mcpsmd.org .
  • Intramurals will be hosting a 3 on 3 basketball tournament after school. This week, Tuesday the 13th, Wednesday the 14th, and Thursday the 15th; will be practice games. Next week Tuesday the 20th, Wednesday the 21st, and Thursday the 22nd; will be the actual tournament. Please fill out a team registration form and turn it in to Mr. Niverth or your P-E teacher. Forms can be found on the bulletin board between the main office and cafeteria.
  • Do you like to READ? Do you like PIZZA? Join the Media Center and the SGA for our annual joint fundraiser Locked in the Library on Thursday March 8th from 11am-1:30pm. What is a lock-in? It's when students commit to reading for 90 minutes while "locked" in the Media Center. Clues are also given out every 30 minutes to assist with your escape from the library. It turns a solitary experience into a social event while also raising money for a good cause! See Mrs. Yu for more information.
  • Attention 6th Graders: There is a Valentine's Day Party on Wednesday Feb 14th during lunch in the Media Center. There will be games, music and prizes. All are welcome but please sign up in the Media Center by Tuesday.
  • The Yearbook Club will meet after school today in room 207.  
  • The Newspaper Club will meet after school on Wednesday in room 207.
  • Come and join us after school at 3:10 for Culture Club today and Thursday February 15th in room 213. Please help us support culture night!
  • Attention Quiz Bowlers: Please pick up the first schedule of the year from Mr. Anton in Room 255.
  • It's that time of year again! STEAM and Culture Night at Frost will be taking place on Thursday, March 1, 2018 from 6pm-8pm. Experience families' traditions AND enjoy the STEAM Night at Frost all in the same evening. What's STEAM? Science Technology Engineering Art Math. What's Culture? It is replacing International Night. Expect to see a Planetarium, ping pong matches, solos, quartets, dances, robotics, food, henna, or take a gallery walk to witness magnificent artwork from the students taking art courses. You can fill out the Google form on the Frost website. Please see Mrs. Avila-Miller or Ms. Redden with questions.

 


 

2/12/18

 

  • Are you interested in an after school club that helps you to build strong connections, make lasting friendships, overcome obstacles in school and outside of school, and make decisions? Well, Girls on the Run: Heart and Sole is coming to Robert Frost! Not only will we work on these life skills, we will also be practicing for a 5k run in May! You can register for the club on the Girls on the Run website. Please see Mrs. Coon or Ms. Michaels for any more information.
  • We are excited to announce Frost's Choose Kind Campaign! Everyone is invited to participate. It's easy! Find a compliment card in the media center, cafeteria or outside the main office. Write a compliment and put it in the box. Some compliments will be shared right here on Frost Byte News, and others will be shared in EXCEL classes. As Wayne Dyer (Die-er)  says, "When given the choice between being right and being kind, choose kind."
  •  Attention to all 7th and 8th grade girls who are interested in trying out for the girls soccer team: There will an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 13th during the 7th and 8th grade lunches in the fitness center. If you have any questions please see Mr. DeSanto or email coach Blume at Scott_Blume@mcpsmd.org .
  •  Attention Quiz Bowlers: Please pick up the first schedule of the year from Mr. Anton in Room 255.
  • Do you like to READ? Do you like PIZZA? Join the Media Center and the SGA for our annual joint fundraiser Locked in the Library on Thursday March 8th from 11am-1:30pm. What is a lock-in? It's when students commit to reading for 90 minutes while "locked" in the Media Center. Clues are also given out every 30 minutes to assist with your escape from the library. It turns a solitary experience into a social event while also raising money for a good cause! See Mrs. Yu for more information.
  • The Yearbook Club will meet after school on Tuesday in room 207.  

 

 

2/9/18

  

 

  • Montgomery College is holding its 21st annual Sonya Kovalevsky Winter Cohort, free three day STEM Explorations Program for Montgomery County 6th grade girls tomorrow.
  • Gotta Catch them All! The Media Center is hosting a Nintendo 3DS tournament for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon on Tuesday March 13th after school! See Mrs. Yu to sign up, or to find out more details about the tournament. Space is limited so please sign up early!
  •  The Yearbook Club will meet during SOAR on Friday, February 9th, 2018.
  •  We are excited to announce Frost's Choose Kind Campaign! Everyone is invited to participate. It's easy! Find a compliment card in the media center, cafeteria or outside the main office. Write a compliment and put it in the box. Some compliments will be shared right here on Frost Byte News, and others will be shared in EXCEL classes. As Wayne Dyer (Die-er)  says, "When given the choice between being right and being kind, choose kind."  
  •  Attention to all 7th and 8th grade girls who are interested in trying out for the girls soccer team: There will an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 13th during the 7th and 8th grade lunches in the fitness center. If you have any questions please see Mr. DeSanto or email coach Blume at Scott_Blume@mcpsmd.org.

 



 

2/8/18  

 

 

  • Montgomery College is holding its 21 st  annual Sonya Kovalevsky Winter Cohort, free three-day STEM Explorations Program for Montgomery County 6 th  grade girls on February 10, 2018.
  •  Gotta Catch them All! The Media Center is hosting a Nintendo 3DS tournament for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon on Tuesday March 13th after school! See Mrs. Yu to sign up, or to find out more details about the tournament. Space is limited so please sign up early!
  •  Last chance to sign up and join us for the California STEM trip!  Trip dates are June 23 - June 28, 2018.  See Mrs. Woo if you are interested.  
  •  Attention those of you who signed up for the Quiz Bowl club: Please see Mr. Anton in Room 255 for your team name and sign-up form. Our first Quiz Bowl meeting will be Thursday, February 8th.
  •  STEAM Ahead Club is canceled for this Thursday, February 8th.
  •  The Yearbook Club will meet during SOAR on Wednesday, 2/7 and Friday, 2/9.
  • Attention 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. This week is Counselor Appreciation Week! Make sure to show your appreciation for your class by signing your counselor's poster in the cafeteria during lunch.
  • In recognition of National School Counselors Week, we say thank you to our wonderful counselors. We appreciate everything you do to serve and meet the needs of students and families. Thank you.

 


  

 

2/7/18  

 

 

  • Montgomery College is holding its 21 st  annual Sonya Kovalevsky Winter Cohort, free three-day STEM Explorations Program for Montgomery County 6 th  grade girls on February 10, 2018
  •  Last chance to sign up and join us for the California STEM trip!  Trip dates are June 23 - June 28, 2018.  See Mrs. Woo if you are interested.  
  •  Gotta Catch them All! The Media Center is hosting a Nintendo 3DS tournament for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon on Tuesday March 13th after school! See Mrs. Yu to sign up, or to find out more details about the tournament. Space is limited so please sign up early!
  •  Attention those of you who signed up for the Quiz Bowl club: Please see Mr. Anton in Room 255 for your team name and sign-up form. Our first Quiz Bowl meeting will be Thursday, February 8th.
  •  Homework club will be cancelled on Wednesday, 2/7.
  •  Friendly reminder that book club meets today after school in room 216. Come ready to share Spy Ski School, and to share our next pick for February.
  •  STEAM Ahead Club is canceled for this Thursday, February 8th.
  •  The Newspaper Club will not meet today. Next meeting will be on Wednesday, 2/14.
  •  The Yearbook Club will meet during SOAR on Wednesday, 2/7 and Friday, 2/9.
  •  Attention 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. This week is Counselor Appreciation Week! Make sure to show your appreciation for your class by signing your counselor's poster in the cafeteria during lunch.

 

 

 

2/6/18  

 

 

  • Montgomery College is holding its 21 st  annual Sonya Kovalevsky Winter Cohort, free three-day STEM Explorations Program for Montgomery County 6 th  on February 10, 2018.
  •  Gotta Catch them All! The Media Center is hosting a Nintendo 3DS tournament for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon on Tuesday March 13th after school! See Mrs. Yu to sign up, or to find out more details about the tournament. Space is limited so please sign up early!
  •  Attention those of you who signed up for the Quiz Bowl club: Please see Mr. Anton in Room 255 for your team name and sign-up form. Our first Quiz Bowl meeting will be Thursday, February 8th.
  •  Homework club will be cancelled on Wednesday, February 7th, 2018.
  •  All Student Ambassadors: There will be a mandatory meeting today during EXCEL. Please report to the cafeteria during EXCEL today to meet with Ms. Douglas.
  •  STEAM Ahead Club is canceled for this Thursday, February 8th.

 

 

 

2/5/18  

 

  •  Montgomery College is holding its 21 st  annual Sonya Kovalevsky Winter Cohort, free three-day STEM Explorations Program for Montgomery County 6 th  grade girls on February 10, 2018.
  •  Gotta Catch them All! The Media Center is hosting a Nintendo 3DS tournament for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon on Tuesday March 13th after school! See Mrs. Yu to sign up, or to find out more details about the tournament. Space is limited so please sign up early!
  •  Attention those of you who signed up for the Quiz Bowl club: Please see Mr. Anton in Room 255 for your team name and sign-up form. Our first Quiz Bowl meeting will be Thursday, February 8th."
  •  Congratulations to our Geography Bee winner: Rico Anderson. Rico won by successfully responding that HON-SHOO is the Japanese island that is South of HO-KAI-DOH. Rico will now try to qualify for the National Geographic State bee, and National bee, and a possible Fifty Thousand Dollar Prize! Thanks to the Social Studies Department, The Media Center Staff, the student ambassadors, and the P.T.S.A. for their sponsorship of this event. Good luck Rico.
  •  Come join Wootton High School for a fundraiser night! The event will be held at the Panera Bread in the Fallgrove shopping Center from 6PM to 9PM today,  Monday, February 5th, 2018. Phone in and carry out orders are welcome. The proceeds benefit the swim and dive team. See you there!  
  •  Homework club will be cancelled on Wednesday, 2/7.

 

 

2/2/18  

 

 

  • Attention NaNoWriMo writers: We will have a meeting this Friday in the media center during SOAR. Hope to see you there!
  •  Gotta Catch Them All! The Media Center is hosting a Nintendo 3DS tournament for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon on Tuesday March 13th after school! See Mrs. Yu to sign up or to find out more details about the tournament. Limited space so sign up early!
  •  Montgomery College is holding its 21 st  annual Sonya Kovalevsky Winter Cohort, free three-day STEM Explorations Program for Montgomery County 6 th  grade girl's tomorrow and February 10, 2018.
  •  QUICK!!! What's the capital of Tunisia? Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji are the names for writing systems used in which Country?... What is the Latitude of the Tropic of Capricorn? STUCK? I'll tell you who's not! The 60 Finalists who will be participating in the Annual Frost National Geography Bee Today! These finalists all scored over 50 on the qualifying test that we took after Winter Break.  The winners of today's bee get gift cards, t-shirts, food, and a shot at the national and state bee with a TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR scholarship for the winner! Good luck to all the participants! Note - all the participants should report to their bee location AFTER the Frost Byte News concludes.   
  • Teachers - please check Mr. Childs' email for a list of student participants.  
  •  Attention Book Wars Teams: We will meet TODAY during lunch. 7th Graders will meet in Room 112. 6th and 8th graders will meet in the Media Center.

 

 

 

 

 

2/1/18  

 

 

  • Montgomery College is holding its 21 st  annual Sonya Kovalevsky Winter Cohort, free three-day STEM Explorations Program for Montgomery County 6 th  grade girls on February 3 and February 10, 2018.
  • Make sure to remember your time at Frost. Don't forget to purchase a yearbook for $40!
  •  Attention 6th and 7th grade students. Please be sure to register for your courses online via the PORTAL and complete your planning registration card by Thursday, February 1st, 2018. You will return your card and a printout of your requests to your EXCEL class on Thursday. Any questions? Come see your counselor for help.
  •  Attention NaNoWriMo writers: We will have a meeting this Friday in the media center during SOAR. Hope to see you there!
  •  Gotta Catch them All! The Media Center is hosting a Nintendo 3DS tournament for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon on Tuesday March 13th after school! See Mrs. Yu to sign up, or to find out more details about the tournament. Space is limited so please sign up early!
  •  Attention all students: STEM Club is canceled today.

 


 


 

1/31/18  

 

 

  • Montgomery College is holding its 21 st  annual Sonya Kovalevsky Winter Cohort, free three-day STEM Explorations Program for Montgomery County 6 th  grade girls on February 3 and February 10, 2018.
  •  Make sure to remember your time at Frost. Don't forget to purchase a yearbook for $40!
  •  Attention 6th and 7th grade students. Please be sure to register for your courses online via the PORTAL and complete your planning registration card by Thursday, February 1st, 2018. You will return your card and a printout of your requests to your EXCEL class on Thursday. Any questions? Come see your counselor for help.
  •  Attention NaNoWriMo writers: We will have a meeting this Friday in the media center during SOAR. Hope to see you there!
  •  Gotta Catch them All! The Media Center is hosting a Nintendo 3DS tournament for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon on Tuesday March 13th after school! See Mrs. Yu to sign up, or to find out more details about the tournament. Space is limited so please sign up early!
  •  Attention all students: STEM Club is canceled this Thursday.

 

 

1/30/18  

 

 

  • Montgomery College is holding its 21 st  annual Sonya Kovalevsky Winter Cohort, free three-day STEM Explorations Program for Montgomery County 6 th  grade girls on February 3 and February 10, 2018.
  •  Make sure to remember your time at Frost. Don't forget to purchase a yearbook for $40!
  •  Attention 6th and 7th grade students. Please be sure to register for your courses online via the PORTAL and complete your planning registration card by Thursday, February 1st, 2018. You will return your card and a printout of your requests to your EXCEL class on Thursday. Any questions? Come see your counselor for help.
  •  Gotta Catch Them All! The Media Center is hosting a Nintendo 3DS tournament for Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon on Tuesday March 13th after school! See Mrs. Yu to sign up, or to find out more details about the tournament. Space is limited so please sign up early!
  •  Attention NaNoWriMo writers: We will have a meeting this Friday in the media center during SOAR. Hope to see you there!

 

 


 

1/29/18  

 

 

  • Attention Book Wars Team Members: Our meeting is TODAY during the lunch periods. See you there!
  •  Montgomery College is holding its 21 st  annual Sonya Kovalevsky Winter Cohort, free three-day STEM Explorations Program for Montgomery County 6 th  grade girls on February 3 and February 10, 2018.
  •  Sign-up information for second semester, after-school clubs and activities have been distributed. You only need to complete the application if you are joining a club for the first time or joining a newly created club. 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 today. Clubs and activities will begin on Tuesday, January 30, 2018. Activity buses will be available. If you have questions, please see Dr. Jones or your grade level administrator.
  •  Attention 6th and 7th grade students. Please be sure to register for your courses online via the PORTAL and complete your planning registration card by Thursday, February 1st, 2018. You will return your card and a printout of your requests to your EXCEL class on Thursday. Any questions? Come see your counselor for help.

 

 

1/25/18

 

 

  • Montgomery College is holding its 21st annual Sonya Kovalevsky Winter Cohort, free three day STEM Explorations Program for Montgomery County 6th grade girls on January 27, February 3 and February 10, 2018.
  •  New update for the California STEM trip!  The trip dates have been changed to June 23-June 28, 2018.  It is one week later than originally scheduled.  If you can come with us to CA and have not signed up yet, see Mrs. Woo for details immediately.  She is in room 216.  There is a small open window to sign up.  Updated information will be posted outside room 216 as well.  Last chance sign up is now until Friday, February 9th!
  •  WE HAVE SOME LATE BREAKING NEWS THIS MORNING. SIGN-UP INFORMATION FOR SECOND SEMESTER, AFTER-SCHOOL CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES HAVE BEEN DISTRIBUTED. YOU ONLY NEED TO COMPLETE THE APPLICATION IF YOU ARE JOINING A CLUB FOR THE FIRST TIME OR JOINING A NEWLY CREATED CLUB. 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 MONDAY, JANUARY 29TH. CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES WILL BEGIN ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2018. ACTIVITY BUSES WILL BE AVAILABLE. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE DR. JONES OR YOUR GRADE LEVEL ADMINISTRATOR.

 

 

1/24/18

 

  • Montgomery College is holding its 21st annual Sonya Kovalevsky Winter Cohort, free three day STEM Explorations Program for Montgomery County 6th grade girls on January 27, February 3 and February 10, 2018.
  •  Make sure to remember your time at Frost. Don't forget to purchase a yearbook for $40!
  •  Book Club Members:  please come for a meeting on Wednesday, January 24th.  We will get our yearbook picture taken and choose our next book reading.  If you cannot make it, please see Mrs. Woo.
  •  New update for the California STEM trip!  The trip dates have been changed to June 23-June 28, 2018.  It is one week later than originally scheduled.  If you can come with us to CA and have not signed up yet, see Mrs. Woo for details immediately.  She is in room 216.  There is a small open window to sign up.  Updated information will be posted outside room 216 as well.  Last chance sign up is now until Friday, February 9th!
  •  California STEM students: yearbook pictures will be taken after school today. Stay after school and meet in room 216 with Mrs. Woo.

 

 

1/24/18

 

-Montgomery College is holding its 21st annual Sonya Kovalevsky Winter Cohort, free three day STEM Explorations Program for Montgomery County 6th grade girls on January 27, February 3 and February 10, 2018.

 

-Make sure to remember your time at Frost. Don't forget to purchase a yearbook for $40!

 

-Book Club Members:  please come for a meeting on Wednesday, January 24th.  We will get our yearbook picture taken and choose our next book reading.  If you cannot make it, please see Mrs. Woo.

 

-New update for the California STEM trip!  The trip dates have been changed to June 23-June 28, 2018.  It is one week later than originally scheduled.  If you can come with us to CA and have not signed up yet, see Mrs. Woo for details immediately.  She is in room 216.  There is a small open window to sign up.  Updated information will be posted outside room 216 as well.  Last chance sign up is now until Friday, February 9th!

 

-California STEM students: yearbook pictures will be taken after school today. Stay after school and meet in room 216 with Mrs. Woo.

  

1/23/18  

 

  • Montgomery College is holding its 21 st  annual Sonya Kovalevsky Winter Cohort, free three-day STEM Explorations Program for Montgomery County 6 th  grade girls on January 27, February 3 and February 10, 2018.
  •  Book Club Members:  please come for a meeting on Wednesday, January 24th.  We will get our yearbook picture taken and choose our next book reading.  If you cannot make it, please see Mrs. Woo.
  •  New update for the California STEM trip!  The trip dates have been changed to June 23-June 28, 2018.  It is one week later than originally scheduled.  If you can come with us to CA and have not signed up yet, see Mrs. Woo for details immediately.  She is in room 216.  There is a small open window to sign up.  Updated information will be posted outside room 216 as well.  Last chance sign up is now until Friday, February 9th!
  •  Attention 6th and 7th graders: The deadline to return your course registration cards and online registration has been extended to February 1. You will return your card to your EXCEL/HOMEROOM teacher on February 1 during EXCEL. Counselors will be available to answer questions in the cafeteria during lunches Friday, and several days next week as well.
  •  Make sure to remember your time at Frost. Don't forget to purchase a yearbook for $40!
  •  California STEM students: yearbook pictures will be taken after school tomorrow January 24th. Stay after school and meet in room 216 with Mrs. Woo.
  •  The Yearbook Club will not meet on Tuesday, Jan. 23rd. It will meet on Wednesday, January 24, in room 207.
  •  Due to the snow day last week, we didn't raise as much as we usually do at the Ledo's Pizza Fundraiser. However, we still raised $145! Thank you to the students, parents, and staff that braved the weather and came out. Our next Ledo's fundraiser will be held on March 14th.


1/22/18  

 

 

  • California STEM students: yearbook pictures will be taken after school on Wednesday January 24th. Stay after school and meet in room 216 with Mrs. Woo.
  • The Yearbook Club will not meet on Tuesday, Jan. 23rd. It will meet on Wednesday, January 24, in room 207.
  •  Make sure to remember your time at Frost. Don't forget to purchase a yearbook for $40!
  •  Book Club Members: Please come for a meeting on Wednesday, January 24th.  We will get our yearbook picture taken and choose our next book reading.  If you cannot make it, please see Mrs. Woo.
  •  There's a new update for the California STEM trip!  The trip dates have been changed to June 23-June 28, 2018.  It is one week later than originally scheduled.  If you can come with us to CA and have not signed up yet, see Mrs. Woo for details immediately.  She is in room 216.  There is a small open window to sign up.  Updated information will be posted outside room 216 as well.  Last chance sign up is now until Friday, February 9th!
  •  Attention 6th and 7th graders: The deadline to return your course registration cards and online registration has been extended to February 1st. You will return your card to your EXCEL/HOMEROOM teacher during EXCEL. Counselors will be available to answer questions outside the cafeteria during lunches on Friday, and several days this week as well.

 

 

1/19/18

 

 

  • Attention all 7th graders:  this is for you. If you haven't heard, there is currently a petition circulating regarding a field trip to Hershey park. The amusement park features chocolate, rides, and so much more! Something you may not know is that they provide a real-time, outside of the box learning experience. There are already arrangements being made to travel at the lowest price possible. We need your support. We must gather at least three-hundred signatures by January 19th! So far, we are currently at one hundred and thirty. If you have any questions or suggestions, contact Preeti Kulkarni (kuhl-car-nee) or your S-G-A representative. We hope to make this trip a reality.
  •  Make sure to remember your time at Frost. Don't forget to purchase a yearbook for $40!
  •  Attention 8th graders: Please note the deadline for registration for your 9th grade classes has been extended, and you will have until Monday, 1/22/18, end of the day, to turn in your registration card to the Frost Counseling Office. Counselors will be available at lunch, outside the cafeteria, this week, to answer questions.
  •  Book Club Members:  please come for a meeting on Wed., Jan 24th.  We will get our yearbook picture taken and choose our next book reading.  If you cannot make it, please see Mrs. Woo.
  •  Attention 6th and 7th graders: The deadline to return your course registration cards and online registration has been extended to February 1st. You will return your card to your EXCEL/HOMEROOM teacher during EXCEL. Counselors will be available to answer questions outside the cafeteria during lunches on Friday, and several days next week as well.
  •  STEM students: yearbook pictures will be taken after school on Wednesday January 24th. Stay after school and meet in room 216 with Mrs. Woo.
  •  The Yearbook Club will not meet on Tuesday, Jan. 23rd. It will meet on Wednesday, January 24, in room 207.

 

 


 

1/18/18  

 

 

  • Join the SGA for this year's Martin Luther King Week of Service Project by spreading joy, hope, and magic through cards. The S-G-A will be hosting a card making event every lunch period in the Media Center during the week of January 16th. The organization "Cards for Hospitalized Kids" is an internationally recognized charitable organization that has delivered over one hundred thousand cards to kids in hospitals in all 50 states! The S-G-A hopes YOU will get involved, and help us brighten the days of as many hospitalized kids as possible.
  •  Greetings Frost students of Excellence: Can you draw, sing, dance, sew, write poetry, tell a story, create, or mix music? Come and join us after school at 3:10 P.M for International Club on Thursday, January 18th in Room 213. Help us support culture night!
  •  Make sure to remember your time at Frost. Don't forget to purchase a yearbook for $40!

 

 


1/17/18  

 

 

  • The Newspaper Club will meet today after school in room 212.
  •  Tonight is our Ledo's Pizza fundraiser from 5-9pm. Come out to support Robert Frost Middle School. Be sure to mention Frost for carry-out orders.  See you there!
  •  Join the SGA for this year's Martin Luther King Week of Service Project by spreading joy, hope, and magic through cards. The S-G-A will be hosting a card making event every lunch period in the Media Center during the week of January 16th. The organization "Cards for Hospitalized Kids" is an internationally recognized charitable organization that has delivered over one hundred thousand cards to kids in hospitals in all 50 states! The S-G-A hopes YOU will get involved, and help us brighten the days of as many hospitalized kids as possible.
  •  Greetings Frost students of Excellence: Can you draw, sing, dance, sew, write poetry, tell a story, create, or mix music? Come and join us after school at 3:10 P.M. for International Club on Thursday, January 18th in Room 213. Help us support culture night!
  •  Attention 8th graders: Please note the deadline for registration for your 9th grade classes have been extended, and you will have until this Friday, 1/19/18, end of the day, to turn in your registration card to the Frost Counseling Office. Counselors will be available at lunch, outside the cafeteria, this week, to answer questions.

 

 

  •  Attention all 7th graders:  this is for you. If you haven't heard, there is currently a petition circulating regarding a field trip to Hershey park. The amusement park features chocolate, rides, and so much more! Something you may not know is that they provide a real-time, outside of the box learning experience. There are already arrangements being made to travel at the lowest price possible. We need your support. We must gather at least three-hundred signatures by January 19th! So far, we are currently at one hundred and thirty. If you have any questions or suggestions, contact Preeti Kulkarni (kuhl-car-nee) or your s-g-a representative. We hope to make this trip a reality.

 

 

 

 

1/16/18

 

 

  • Attention Library Advisory Board Members: Our next meeting is next Tuesday January 16th in the Media Center after school. See you there!
  •  Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Ledo's Pizza in Travilah Square in North Potomac to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends and your appetites to Ledo's Pizza on Wednesday, January 17th from 5 - 9pm. Be sure to mention Frost for carry-out orders. See you there!
  •  Join the SGA for this year's Martin Luther King Week of Service Project by spreading joy, hope, and magic through cards. The S-G-A will be hosting a card making event every lunch period in the Media Center during the week of January 16th. The organization "Cards for Hospitalized Kids" is an internationally recognized charitable organization that has delivered over one hundred thousand cards to kids in hospitals in all 50 states! The S-G-A hopes YOU will get involved, and help us brighten the days of as many hospitalized kids as possible.
  •  Greetings Frost students of Excellence: Can you draw, sing, dance, sew, write poetry, tell a story, create, or mix music? Come and join us after school at 3:10 P.M for International Club on Thursday, January 18th in Room 213. Help us support culture night!
  •  Attention 8th graders: Please note the deadline for registration for your 9th grade classes has been extended, and you will have until this Friday, January 19th at the end of the day, to turn in your registration card to the Frost Counseling Office.Counselors will be available at lunch, outside the cafeteria, this week, to answer questions.
  •  Attention members of the yearbook club. We will have a meeting today after school in room 207. See you there!
  •  Attention all 7th graders:  this is for you. If you haven't heard, there is currently a petition circulating regarding a field trip to hershey park. The amusement park features chocolate, rides, and so much more! Something you may not know is that they provide a real-time, outside of the box learning experience. There are already arrangements being made to travel at the lowest price possible. We need your support. We must gather at least three-hundred signatures by january 19th! So far, we are currently at one hundred and thirty. If you have any questions or suggestions, contact preeti kulkarni (kuhl-car-nee) or your s-g-a representative. We hope to make this trip a reality.

 

 

 

1/11/18

 

  •  The deadline for applications for the Saturday Science Academy Foundation for Advanced Education for the Sciences, at National Institutes of Health is January 15th, 2018. This is your final reminder to send in the applications before the deadline. We know this will be a great opportunity for the you to strengthen your science literacy and interest in STEM careers. For more info, visit www.faes.org/ssa  or email biotech@faes.org .
  •  Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Ledo's Pizza in Travilah Square in North Potomac to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends and your appetites to Ledo's Pizza on Wednesday, January 17th from 5 to 9pm. Be sure to mention Frost for carry-out orders. See you there!
  •  Join the SGA for this year's Martin Luther King Week of Service Project by spreading joy, hope, and magic through cards. The S-G-A will be hosting a card making event every lunch period in the Media Center during the week of January 16th. The organization "Cards for Hospitalized Kids" is an internationally recognized charitable organization that has delivered over one hundred thousand cards to kids in hospitals in all 50 states! The S-G-A hopes YOU will get involved, and help us brighten the days of as many hospitalized kids as possible.
  •  Attention Library Advisory Board Members: Our next meeting is next Tuesday January 16th in the Media Center after school. See you there!
  •  Attention all members of the tech and stage crews for Aladdin, Jr! We will have a meeting on Friday, January 12 in room 232 during SOAR.

 


 

 1/10/18

 

 

  • Meet and greet the California STEM group. If you have signed up to go with us to California, we will be meeting today after school. The meeting is with Mrs. Woo in room 216.  Please come and meet the group. We will try to take a yearbook picture too.
  •  Book Club will have a reading date today and take a yearbook picture.  Don't miss the reading day!
  •  HW club will be cancelled on 1/10 and will resume on 1/17. 
  • The deadline for applications for the Saturday Science Academy Foundation for Advanced Education for the Sciences, at National Institutes of Health is January 15th, 2018. This is your final reminder to send in the applications before the deadline. We know this will be a great opportunity for the you to strengthen your science literacy and interest in STEM careers. For more info, visit www.faes.org/ssa  or email biotech@faes.org .
  •  Attention STEM and STEAM students:  There is a SOAR meeting in Ms. Gibbs' room, 154, on Wednesday., January. 10th.  Please come to receive information about a STEM trip opportunity this summer!
  •  Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Ledo's Pizza in Travilah Square in North Potomac to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends and your appetites to Ledo's Pizza on Wednesday, January 17th from 5 to 9pm. Be sure to mention Frost for carry-out orders. See you there!
  •  Join the SGA for this year's Martin Luther King Week of Service Project by spreading joy, hope, and magic through cards. The S-G-A will be hosting a card making event every lunch period in the Media Center during the week of January 16th. The organization "Cards for Hospitalized Kids" is an internationally recognized charitable organization that has delivered over one hundred thousand cards to kids in hospitals in all 50 states! The S-G-A hopes YOU will get involved, and help us brighten the days of as many hospitalized kids as possible.
  •  The Newspaper Club will meet during SOAR today in room 212. There is no club meeting after school.
  •  Attention Library Advisory Board Members: Our next meeting is next Tuesday January 16th in the Media Center after school. See you there!

 

 

 

1/9/18

 

 

  • Meet and greet the California STEM group. If you have signed up to go with us to California, we will be meeting on tomorrow after school.  The meeting is with Mrs. Woo in room 216.  Please come and meet the group.  We will try to take a yearbook picture too.
  •  Book Club will have a reading date tomorrow and take a yearbook picture.  Don't miss the reading day!
  •  HW club will be cancelled on 1/10 and will resume on 1/17.
  •  Attention ALL Library Club Volunteers: We will have a mandatory meeting this Tuesday Jan 9th after school in the media center. Please see Mrs. Yu if you cannot make it.
  •  The deadline for applications for the Saturday Science Academy Foundation for Advanced Education for the Sciences, at National Institutes of Health is January 15th, 2018. This is your final reminder to send in the applications before the deadline. We know this will be a great opportunity for the you to strengthen your science literacy and interest in STEM careers. For more info, visit www.faes.org/ssa  or email biotech@faes.org .
  •  Attention STEM and STEAM students:  There is a SOAR meeting in Ms. Gibbs' room, 154, on Wednesday., January. 10th.  Please come to receive information about a STEM trip opportunity this summer!
  •  Wootton high school counselors and program coordinators will be at Frost to speak with you on Wednesday, January 10, 2018.  Your eighth grade teachers will give you information about where to report Wednesday morning for the special program starting at 8:15 AM. Get ready for high school!
  •  Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Ledo's Pizza in Travilah Square in North Potomac to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends and your appetites to Ledo's Pizza on Wednesday, January 17th from 5 to 9pm. Be sure to mention Frost for carry-out orders. See you there!
  •  Join the SGA for this year's Martin Luther King Week of Service Project by spreading joy, hope, and magic through cards. The S-G-A will be hosting a card making event every lunch period in the Media Center during the week of January 16th. The organization "Cards for Hospitalized Kids" is an internationally recognized charitable organization that has delivered over one hundred thousand cards to kids in hospitals in all 50 states! The S-G-A hopes YOU will get involved, and help us brighten the days of as many hospitalized kids as possible.
  •  The Yearbook Club will meet after school in room 207. Yearbook prices are now forty dollars. Please buy a yearbook before prices go up. The Newspaper Club will not meet after school tomorrow. The Newspaper Club will meet during SOAR tomorrow, in room 212.

 


 

1/8/18

 

 

  • Meet and greet the California STEM group.  If you have signed up to go with us to California, we will be meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 10th after school.  The meeting is with Mrs. Woo in room 216.  Please come and meet the group.  We will try to take a yearbook picture too.
  •  Book Club will have a reading date Jan. 10th and take a yearbook picture.  Don't miss the reading day!
  •  HW club will be cancelled on 1/10 and will resume on 1/17.
  •  Attention ALL Library Club Volunteers: We will have a mandatory meeting this Tuesday Jan 9th after school in the media center. Please see Mrs. Yu if you cannot make it.
  • The deadline for applications for the Saturday Science Academy Foundation for Advanced Education for the Sciences, at National Institutes of Health is January 15th, 2018. This is your final reminder to send in the applications before the deadline. We know this will be a great opportunity for the you to strengthen your science literacy and interest in STEM careers. For more info, visit www.faes.org/ssa  or email biotech@faes.org .
  •  Attention STEM and STEAM students:  There is a SOAR meeting in Ms. Gibbs' room, 154, on Wednesday., January. 10th.  Please come to receive information about a STEM trip opportunity this summer!
  •  Wootton high school counselors and program coordinators will be at Frost to speak with you on Wednesday, January 10, 2018.  Your eighth grade teachers will give you information about where to report Wednesday morning for the special program starting at 8:15 AM. Get ready for high school!

 

1/5/18

 

 

  • All first semester S-S-L hours are due by the end of the school day TODAY. 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 first semester SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.
  •  Meet and greet the California STEM group.  If you have signed up to go with us to California, we will be meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 10th after school.  The meeting is with Mrs. Woo in room 216.  Please come and meet the group.  We will try to take a yearbook picture too.
  •  All Frost students are invited to both the Wootton community basketball game on Friday, January 5th at 7:15 pm vs Clarksburg; and the Wootton community day clinic on Saturday, January 6th from 10:30am-12pm. Go Patriots!
  •  HW club will be cancelled on 1/10 and will resume on 1/17.

 

   

 

 

1/4/18

 

 

  • All first semester SSL hours are due by the end of the school day tomorrow, January 5th. 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 first semester SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room 115
  •  All Frost students are invited to both the Wootton community basketball game on Friday, January 5th at 7:15 pm vs Clarksburg; and the Wootton community day clinic on Saturday, January 6th from 10:30am-12pm. Go Patriots!
  •  Meet and greet the California STEM group.  If you have signed up to go with us to California, we will be meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 10th after school.  The meeting is with Mrs. Woo in room 216.  Please come and meet the group.  We will try to take a yearbook picture too.
  •  Today Wednesday, 1/4, Final Frontiers will meet in room 106 with Mrs. Fishman to discuss January's Challenge:  The Lunar Bridge.  We will meet at SOAR to discuss this month's engineering problem.  This is a student favorite, designing a wood bridge to hold bricks suspended between tables. In addition, Final Frontiers now has a Google Classroom.  Ask your science teacher for the code to join or stop in to see Mrs. Fishman.  The site has a calendar and instructions for each challenge
  •  Homework club will be cancelled next Wednesday January 10th. The club will resume the following week on January 17, 2018. See you there!
  •  STEM Club is canceled today, January 4th.
  •  Attention members of Generations Together: Please see Mrs. Gibbs today for your SSL forms.   

 

 

 

1/3/18

 

-All first semester SSL hours are due this Friday, January 5th. 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.

 

 

  • All Frost students are invited to both the Wootton community basketball game on Friday, January 5th at 7:15 pm vs Clarksburg; and the Wootton community day clinic on Saturday, January 6th from 10:30am-12pm. Go Patriots!
  • Attention members of Generations Together: Until further notice, all members can attend every Wednesday outing to the Village, as long as they have their flu shot
  •  Meet and greet the California STEM group.  If you have signed up to go with us to California, we will be meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 10th after school.  The meeting is with Mrs. Woo in room 216.  Please come and meet the group.  We will try to take a yearbook picture too.
  •  Book Club is meeting this week!  We will have a meeting today afterschool.  Please meet in room 216 afterschool to discuss When Friendship Followed Me Home.  We will find a new book for January as well. 
  • This is an announcement for the Dessert Theater Cast of Aladdin.  There will be full cast rehearsals in Room 232 today and tomorrow this week beginning at 3:10 in Room 232.  Arrive promptly!
  •  Attention SGA Members: We are meeting today after school in room 105. See you there!
  •  This Wednesday, Final Frontiers will meet in room 106 with Mrs. Fishman to discuss January's Challenge:  The Lunar Bridge.  We will meet at SOAR to discuss this month's engineering problem.  This is a student favorite involving designing a wood bridge to hold bricks suspended between tables. In addition, Final Frontiers now has a Google Classroom.  Ask your science teacher for the code to join, or stop in to see Mrs. Fishman.  The site has a calendar and instructions for each challenge.
  •  HW club will be cancelled on 1/10 and will resume on 1/17.

 

 


1/2/18  

 

 

  • All first semester SSL hours are due this Friday, January 5th. 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.
  •  All Frost students are invited to both the Wootton community basketball game on Friday, January 5th at 7:15 pm vs Clarksburg; and the Wootton community day clinic on Saturday January 6th from 10:30am-12pm. Go Patriots!
  •  Attention members of Generations Together: Until further notice, all members can attend every Wednesday outing to the Village, as long as they have their flu shot.
  •  Book Club is meeting this week!  We will have a meeting Wednesday, January 3rd afterschool.  Please meet in room 216 afterschool to discuss When Friendship Followed Me Home.  We will find a new book for Jan as well. 
  • Montgomery College is holding its 21st annual Sonya Kovalevsky Winter Cohort, free three-day STEM Explorations Program for Montgomery County 6th grade girls on Jan 27, Feb 3 and Feb 10, 2018. The first twenty-four 6th grade girls from Montgomery County that register are guaranteed seats.
  •  This is an announcement for the Dessert Theater Cast of Aladdin.  There will be full cast rehearsals in Room 232 on Wednesday, January 3rd and Thursday January 4th this week beginning at 3:10 in Room 232.  Arrive promptly!

 

 

 

 

12/22/17  

 

 

  • All first semester SSL hours are due on Friday, January 5 th . This includes hours during winter break.  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 semester SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.
  •  It's time for the Mosaic Celebrating Diversity through Creative Writing competition. Submit a poem, short story, or essay that reflects the theme "My Culture" to your English teacher by Monday, January 8th to enter. Winners will have their work published in an anthology and attend an awards dinner with successful writers. Please see Ms. Solomon or your English teacher for more details.
  •  All frost students are invited to both then Wootton community basketball game on Friday January 5th at 7:15 pm vs Clarksburg and the Wootton community day clinic on Saturday January 6th from 10:30am-12pm. Go patriots!

 


 

12/21/17

 

 

  • All first semester SSL hours are due on Friday, January 5th. This includes hours during winter break.  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 semester SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room 115.
  •  Mr. Meyer's after school math help will be cancelled this Thursday December 21. After school math help with Mr. Meyer will resume on Thursday January 4, 2018
  •  It's time for the Mosaic Celebrating Diversity through Creative Writing competition. Submit a poem, short story, or essay that reflects the theme "My Culture" to your English teacher by Monday, January 8th to enter. Winners will have their work published in an anthology and attend an awards dinner with successful writers. Please see Ms. Solomon or your English teacher for more details.
  •  Attention all students and staff: Today, December 21, the 8th Grade will attend an Arts Assembly at Wootton High School. In response, the 8th Grade will eat during the  7th grade lunch period,  and then proceed to period 4. The 8th grade will then leave period 4 at 12:15 PM with their period 4 teachers to walk to the Wootton Auditorium. The 8th Grade will return to Frost at 1:30PM during period 7. The 7th Grade will report to period. 4 at 11:13AM, and will report to 8th Grade lunch. They will then follow a regular bell schedule for the rest of the day.
  •  All frost students are invited to both then Wootton community basketball game on Friday January 5th at 7:15 pm vs Clarksburg and the Wootton community day clinic on Saturday January 6th  from 10:30am-12pm. Go patriots!

 

 


12/20/217

 

 

  • All first semester SSL hours are due on Friday, January 5th. This includes hours during winter break.  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 semester SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.
  •  Attention all students and staff: Tomorrow, December 21, the 8th Grade will attend an Arts Assembly at Wootton High School. In response, the 8th Grade will eat during the  7th grade lunch period,  and then proceed to period 4. The 8th grade will then leave period 4 at 12:15 PM with their period 4 teachers to walk to the Wootton Auditorium. The 8th Grade will return to Frost at 1:30PM during period 7. The 7th Grade will report to period. 4 at 11:13AM, and will report to 8th Grade lunch. They will then follow a regular bell schedule for the rest of the day.
  •  Mr. Meyer's after school math help will be cancelled this Thursday December 21. After school math help with Mr. Meyer will resume on Thursday January 4, 2018.
  •  It's time for the Mosaic Celebrating Diversity through Creative Writing competition. Submit a poem, short story, or essay that reflects the theme "My Culture" to your English teacher by Monday, January 8th to enter. Winners will have their work published in an anthology and attend an awards dinner with successful writers. Please see Ms. Solomon or your English teacher for more details.
  •  All Frost students are invited to both then Wootton community basketball game on Friday, January 5th at 7:15 pm vs clarksburg and the wootton community day clinic on saturday january 6th  from 10:30am-12pm. Go Patriots!
  •  The SGA meeting is cancelled this afternoon. We will meet again after Winter Break

 


  

12/19/17  

 

  •  Mr. Meyer's after school math help will be cancelled this Thursday December 21. 
  • After school math help with Mr. Meyer will resume on Thursday January 4, 2018.
  •  The Silver Diner fundraiser we had a few weeks ago on December 4th was a success! The total amount raised was $349.  Thank you again to students, parents, and staff for supporting our school.
  •  All first semester SSL hours are due on Friday, January 5 th . This includes hours during winter break.  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 semester SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.
  •  It's time for the Mosaic Celebrating Diversity through Creative Writing competition. Submit a poem, short story, or essay that reflects the theme "My Culture" to your English teacher by Monday, January 8th to enter. Winners will have their work published in an anthology and attend an awards dinner with successful writers. Please see Ms. Solomon or your English teacher for more details.
  •  Attention all students and staff: On Thursday, December 21, the 8 th  Grade will attend an Arts Assembly at Wootton High School. In response, the 8 th  Grade will eat during the 7 th  grade lunch period, and then proceed to period 4. The 8 th  grade will then leave period 4 at 12:15 PM with their period 4 teachers to walk to the Wootton Auditorium. The 8 th  Grade will return to Frost at 1:30PM during period 7. The 7 th  Grade will report to period. 4 at 11:13AM, and will report to 8 th  Grade lunch. They will then follow a regular bell schedule for the rest of the day.
  •  All frost students are invited to both then Wootton community basketball game on Friday January 5th at 7:15 pm vs Clarksburg and the Wootton community day clinic on Saturday January 6th from 10:30am-12pm. Go patriots!

 

 

 

12/18/17

 

 

  • Attention members of the Frost Byte News Team. As a result of Outdoor Ed, we will not meet this week. See you after Winter vacation. Don't forget to take video while you're gone.  
  •  This year's yearbook theme is diversity. We are working hard to have everyone's picture in the yearbook. Don't miss out on an opportunity to see your published face! This is the last time to buy a yearbook for $35. Prices will increase next week. Buy a yearbook before prices go up!
  •  All first semester SSL hours are due on Friday, January 5th. This includes hours during winter break.  You can submit all verification forms to the SSL drop box by the cafeteria. There are NO exceptions to this deadline. If you have any questions about your semester SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room #115.

 

 



12/15/17

 

 

  •  Help the Robert Frost SGA make a child's holiday special through our Toys for Tots holiday drive! TODAY, December 15, is the last day to bring in new and unwrapped toys to the bins at the front of the school. You may also donate cash or check to Mrs. Yu in the Media Center. Join the Marine Corp in their 70th year donating gifts to those less fortunate. Our goal is 70 toys for each grade's bin. That's 210 toys in total! We can do this! Have any questions? Ask Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep. Be the change you want to see in the world!
  •  This year's yearbook theme is diversity. We are working hard to have everyone's picture in the yearbook. Don't miss out on an opportunity to see your published face! This is the last time to buy a yearbook for $35. Prices will increase next week. Buy a yearbook before prices go up!
  •  Attention 6th Grade Book Wars team: We will meet TODAY during lunch. 7th and 8th graders, you will meet next Friday.

 


 

 

12/14/17  

 

  •  This year's yearbook theme is diversity. We are working hard to have everyone's picture in the yearbook. Don't miss out on an opportunity to see your published face! This is the last time to buy a yearbook for $35. Prices will increase next week. Buy a yearbook before prices go up!
  •  Students , staff, and families are invited to listen to the choruses and orchestras perform  in tonight's winter concert. The concert is this evening, December 14th,  at 7:00 PM in the Robert Frost Middle School gymnasium.
  •  Today is the FINAL day to bring in new and unwrapped toys for the TOYS for TOTS holiday drive. Thank you SO much to the entire Frost community for making this such a successful holiday fundraiser! 

 

 


 

12/13/17

 

 

  • Help the Robert Frost SGA make a children's holiday special through our Toys for Tots holiday drive! Now until December 15, bring in new and unwrapped toys to the bins at the front of the school. You may also donate cash or check or to Mrs. Yu in the to Media Center. Join the Marine Corp in their 70th year donating gifts to those less fortunate. Our goal is 70 toys for each grade's bin. That's 210 toys into total! We can do this! Have any questions? Ask Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep. Be the change you want to see in the world!
  •  This year's yearbook theme is diversity. We are working hard to have everyone's picture in the yearbook. Don't miss out on an opportunity to see your published face! This is the last time to buy a yearbook for $35. Prices will increase next week. Buy a yearbook before prices go up!
  •  Final Frontiers will have an after school building event for the Micro mass Tower on Thursday, December 14th.  All students are welcome to join us in room 106 with Mrs. Fishman.

 


 

 

12/12/17

 

  •  Help the Robert Frost SGA make a child's holiday special through our Toys for Tots holiday drive! Now until December 15, bring in new and unwrapped toys to the bins at the front of the school. You may also donate cash or check to Mrs. Yu in the Media Center. Join the Marine Corp in their 70th year donating gifts to those less fortunate. Our goal is 70 toys for each grade's bin. That's 2.10 toys in total! We can do this! Have any questions? Ask Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep. Be the change you want to see in the world!
  •  Are you one with the Force? Do you love the winter? If so, then our Star Wars and Snowflakes party is perfect for you! Come to the Media Center after school TODAY, Tuesday, December 12 to be a part of fun games, trivia, snowflake-making and delicious snacks. See Mrs. Yu in the media center to sign up. May the flakes be with you.
  •  Final Frontiers will have an after school building event for the Micro mass Tower on Thursday, December 14th.  All students are welcome to join us in room 106 with Mrs. Fishman.

 



  

 

12/11/17

 

 

  • Help the Robert Frost SGA make a child's holiday special through our Toys for Tots holiday drive! Now until December 15, bring in new and unwrapped toys to the bins at the front of the school. You may also donate cash or check to Mrs. Yu in the Media Center. Join the Marine Corp in their 70th year donating gifts to those less fortunate. Our goal is 70 toys for each grade's bin. That's 210 toys in total! We can do this! Have any questions? Ask Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep. Be the change you want to see in the world!
  •  Are you one with the Force? Do you love the winter? If so, then our Star Wars and Snowflakes party is perfect for you! Come to the Media Center after school Tuesday, December 12 to be a part of fun games, trivia, snowflake-making and delicious snacks. See Mrs. Yu in the media center to sign up. May the flakes be with you. 
  • Attention all 8th graders! Please join the staff and administration of Thomas S. Wootton high school for an open house on December 11, 2017 at 7 PM in the Wootton Auditorium. You will have an opportunity to learn about the school, and how to successfully transition from middle to high school. You will also learn about all of the specialty programs that the Patriots have to offer.
  • Final Frontiers will have an after school building event for the Micro mass Tower on Thursday, December 14th.  All students are welcome to join us in room 106 with Mrs. Fishman.

 

 

12/8/17  

 

  •  Help the Robert Frost SGA make a child's holiday special through our Toys for Tots holiday drive! Now until December 15, bring in new and unwrapped toys to the bins at the front of the school. You may also donate cash or check to Mrs. Yu in the Media Center. Join the Marine Corp in their 70th year donating gifts to those less fortunate. Our goal is 70 toys for each grade's bin. That's 210 toys in total! We can do this! Have any questions? Ask Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep. Be the change you want to see in the world!
  •  Are you one with the Force? Do you love the winter? If so, then our Star Wars and Snowflakes party is perfect for you! Come to the Media Center after school Tuesday, December 12 to be a part of fun games, trivia, snowflake-making and delicious snacks. See Mrs. Yu in the media center to sign up. May the flakes be with you.
  •  Attention Book Wars Teams: We will meet today during the lunches in ROOM 217.
  •  Attention all 8th graders! Please join the staff and administration of Thomas S. Wootton high school for an open house on December 11, 2017 at 7 PM in the Wootton Auditorium. You will have an opportunity to learn about the school, and how to successfully transition from middle to high school. You will also learn about all of the specialty programs that the Patriots have to offer.

 

 

12/7/17  

 


  • Help the Robert Frost SGA make a child's holiday special through our Toys for Tots holiday drive! Now until December 15, bring in new and unwrapped toys to the bins at the front of the school. You may also donate cash or check to Mrs. Yu in the Media Center. Join the Marine Corp in their 70th year donating gifts to those less fortunate. Our goal is 70 toys for each grade's bin. That's 210 toys in total! We can do this! Have any questions? Ask Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep. Be the change you want to see in the world!
  •  Attention all 7th graders! This Friday, December 8th is Career Day. It is requested that you dress for success in business attire, as though you were going to a job interview.
  •  Wootton Tutoring will be cancelled this Thursday, December 7th.  The club will resume on Tuesday, December 12th.  
  •  Attention frost students and staff: get ready for our next spirit day is Thursday December 14th. show your school spirit and wear your best tacky holiday sweater. there will be prizes for the tackiest student and staff member.
  •  Mr. Meyer's after school math help club will be cancelled this Thursday December 7 th . The club will resume the following week on Thursday, December 14th.
  •  Are you one with the Force? Do you love the winter? If so, then our Star Wars and Snowflakes party is perfect for you! Come to the Media Center after school Tuesday, December 12 to be a part of fun games, trivia, snowflake-making and delicious snacks. See Mrs. Yu in the media center to sign up. May the flakes be with you.

 

 

 

12/6/17  

 

 

  • Help the Robert Frost SGA make a child's holiday special through our Toys for Tots holiday drive! Now until December 15, bring in new and unwrapped toys to the bins at the front of the school. You may also donate cash or check to Mrs. Yu in the Media Center. Join the Marine Corp in their 70th year donating gifts to those less fortunate. Our goal is 70 toys for each grade's bin. That's 210 toys in total! We can do this! Have any questions? Ask Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep. Be the change you want to see in the world!
  •  Attention members of Generations Together: It is now REQUIRED for you to have a flu shot in order to participate in the club. Make sure Ms. Gibbs and Mr. Anton have a hard copy verification of your flu shot before you attend your next session.
  •  The Newspaper Club will not meet today. There will be a meeting during SOAR on Friday, Dec. 8 th .
  •  Final Frontiers will be starting a new Challenge for December and everyone is welcome to participate.  Wednesday Dec 6th is an informational meeting on the MicroMass Tower Challenge.  Students will individually or in a small group design and construct a paper tower to hold quarters.  Come to Mrs. Fishman's classroom, room 106, to find out more. Our after school build will be on Thursday December 14th. The MicroMass Tower competition is scheduled for December 20th.  Any 6th graders going to OUTDOOR ED will need to compete earlier on Friday December 15th .
  •  Attention all 7th graders! This Friday, December 8th is Career Day. It is requested that you dress for success in business attire, as though you were going to a job interview.
  •  Mr. Meyer's after school math help club will be cancelled this Thursday December 7 th . The club will resume the following week on Thursday, December 14th.
  •  Wootton Tutoring will be cancelled this Thursday, December 7th.  The club will resume on Tuesday, December 12th.  
  •  Are you one with the Force? Do you love the winter? If so, then our Star Wars and Snowflakes party is perfect for you! Come to the Media Center after school Tuesday, December 12 to be a part of fun games, trivia, snowflake-making, and delicious snacks. See Mrs. Yu in the media center to sign up. May the flakes be with you.
  •  Attention Frost Students and Staff: Get ready for our next Spirit Day is Thursday December 14th. Show your school spirit and wear your best Tacky Holiday Sweater. There will be prizes for the tackiest student and staff member. 

 

 

 


12/5/17

 

  • The fundraiser last night was another success! Thank you to students, parents, and staff for supporting our Silver Diner fundraiser! 

 

  • Help the Robert Frost SGA make a child's holiday special through our Toys for Tots holiday drive! Now until December 15, bring in new and unwrapped toys to the bins at the front of the school. You may also donate cash or check to Mrs. Yu in the Media Center. Join the Marine Corp in their 70th year donating gifts to those less fortunate. Our goal is 70 toys for each grade's bin. That's 210 toys in total! We can do this! Have any questions? Ask Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep. Be the change you want to see in the world!
  •  Attention members of Generations Together: It is now REQUIRED for you to have a flu shot in order to participate in the club. Make sure Ms. Gibbs and Mr. Anton have a hard copy verification of your flu shot before you attend your next session.
  •  Attention Math Team Members: Meet #2 will take place this Wednesday, December 6 th , at North Bethesda Middle School. If you have not yet turned in your transportation permission slips, do so immediately or you will not get a ride to the meet.
  •  The Yearbook Club will meet in room 207. Hurry up, and buy a yearbook. Yearbook prices will soon go up!
  • Final Frontiers will be starting a new Challenge for December and everyone is welcome to participate.  Wednesday Dec 6th is an informational meeting on the MicroMass Tower Challenge.  Students will individually or in a small group design and construct a paper tower to hold quarters.  Come to Mrs. Fishman's classroom, room 106, to find out more. Our after school build will be on Thursday December 14th. The MicroMass Tower competition is scheduled for December 20th.  Any 6th graders going to OUTDOOR ED will need to compete earlier on Friday December 15th . On behalf the Frost community we would like to thank so all the art students who participated in the show!
  •  Homework club will be closed again tomorrow December 6th. The club will resume on December 13th. See you there!
  •  Mr. Meyer's after school math help club will be cancelled this Thursday December 7 th . The club will resume the following week on Thursday, December 14th.
  • Attention all 7th graders! This Friday, December 8th is Career Day. It is requested that you dress for success in business attire, as though you were going to a job interview.
  • Robert Frost MS has a premier Visual Arts Program.  This year we want to congratulate the students who were selected and placed in the top three categories at the Visual Arts Center Middle School 2017 Art Show at Albert Einstein High School. For the category of Art Realism: Yolandi Li won first place and Valeriya Rozhdestvenskaya, won 2 nd  place.   Also for the category of Digital Photography we would like to recognize Ava Ehrich for receiving 3 rd  Place. The Visual Arts Center also awarded the Certificate of Artistic Excellence  for the following students: Elizabeth Stephanov, Elaine Cheng, Kathleen Kerns, Christina Wray, Abby Damonte, and Owen Matus. Great JOB Frost Artists!  On behalf the Frost community we would like to thank so all the art students who participated in the show!

 

 

 

 12/4/17

 

 

  • Tonight is our Silver Diner fundraiser from 5 - 8pm. Come out to have a delicious dinner and support Robert Frost Middle School!
  •  Help the Robert Frost SGA make a child's holiday special through our Toys for Tots holiday drive! Now until December 15, bring in new and unwrapped toys to the bins at the front of the school. You may also donate cash or check to Mrs. Yu in the Media Center. Join the Marine Corp in their 70th year donating gifts to those less fortunate. Our goal is 70 toys for each grade's bin. That's 210 toys in total! We can do this! Have any questions? Ask Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep. Be the change you want to see in the world!
  •  Attention members of Generations Together: It is now REQUIRED for you to have a flu shot in order to participate in the club. Make sure Ms. Gibbs and Mr. Anton have a hard copy verification of your flu shot before you attend your next session.
  •  Attention NaNoWriMo Writers: Your celebration will be tomorrow during EXCEL. Please report directly to the Media Center.
  •  Attention Math Team Members: Meet number two will take place this Wednesday, December 6th, at North Bethesda Middle School. If you have not turned in your transportation permission slips, please do so immediately, or you will not get a ride to the meet.

 

 

 

12/1/17

 

  •  Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Silver Diner in Rockville in to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends and your appetites to Silver Diner on Monday, December 4th between 5 - 8pm. See you there!
  •  Help the Robert Frost SGA make a child's holiday special through our Toys for Tots holiday drive! Now until December 15, bring in new and unwrapped toys to the bins at the front of the school. You may also donate cash or check to Mrs. Yu in the Media Center. Join the Marine Corp in their 70th year donating gifts to those less fortunate. Our goal is 70 toys for each grade's bin. That's 210 toys in total! We can do this! Have any questions? Ask Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep. Be the change you want to see in the world!
  •  Congratulations to the two groups that participated in our first Final Frontiers Competition yesterday.  Our first group were seventh graders, Richard Yin and Nick Peng, who designed and built an incredibly accurate and consistent catapult to land a Golf ball onto two targets.  Our second group were eighth graders, Faadil Shaikh, Jiwon Park, and Daniel Shim.  This team decided on a slingshot design.  Our participants and winners will all be recognized in April. December 6th is our SOAR informational meeting for the second Final Frontiers challenge.  Come to room 106 at SOAR to learn how you can compete on the MicroMass Tower.
  •  Attention NaNoWriMo Writers: We will have a meeting TODAY during SOAR to discuss the end of the challenge and Next Steps.
  •  This is an announcement for all those who registered to audition for Aladdin: The audition schedule is now posted outside room 250.  You must confirm the exact spelling of your first and last name prior to Friday's dismissal. Be sure to check the list for your name and your order of audition.

 

 

 

 

11/30/17  

 

 

  • Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Silver Diner in Rockville in to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends and your appetites to Silver Diner on Monday, December 4th between five and 8 PM. See you there!
  •  Help the Robert Frost SGA make a child's holiday special through our Toys for Tots holiday drive! Now until December 15, bring in new and unwrapped toys to the bins at the front of the school. You may also donate cash or check to Mrs. Yu in the Media Center. Join the Marine Corp in their 70th year donating gifts to those less fortunate. Our goal is 70 toys for each grade's bin. That's 210 toys in total! We can do this! Have any questions? Ask Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep. Be the change you want to see in the world!
  •  Attention members of the Frost Byte Evening Edition: We will be meeting today in the TV studio at 3:15 PM. If you have not done so already, please bring your signed liability form. It can be found on our Google Classroom page. See you there!
  •  Attention all 7 th  and 8 th  grade girls: Basketball tryouts for the Frost team start Tuesday, December 5 th .  If you are interested in trying out, you need to make sure that you have turned in an updated physical, and a signed parent permission slip to Ms. Reisch (ree-sch) by Monday, December 4 th .  If you have any questions or need the paperwork, please see Ms. Reisch.
  •  This is an announcement for all those interested in signing up to audition for Frost's 2018 performance of Aladdin. Dance Clinics for all those auditioning will continue today, after school in the cafeteria, beginning at 3:10 PM. The clinics will end at the Activity Bus dismissal time.  If you are unable to attend at least one clinic, you must learn the audition choreography from a friend in order to audition for the show.

 

 

 11/29/17

 

 

  • Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Silver Diner in Rockville in to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends and your appetites to Silver Diner on Monday, December 4th between 5 - 8pm. See you there!
  •  Homework Club is cancelled today, November 29th, 2017. It will resume on December 6th, 2017.
  •  Attention 7th and 8th grade students: Openings for the China Trip during Spring Break are still available. You may pick up a China Trip Packet in the main office. Please see Dr. Jones if you have any questions.
  •  Today at SOAR is the Golf Ball Barrage competition.  Please arrive promptly to get all of our contestants time to participate.  Room 106.
  •  Help the Robert Frost SGA make a child's holiday special through our Toys for Tots holiday drive! Now until December 15, bring in new and unwrapped toys to the bins at the front of the school. You may also donate cash or check to Mrs. Yu in the Media Center. Join the Marine Corp in their 70th year donating gifts to those less fortunate. Our goal is 70 toys for each grade's bin. That's 210 toys in total! We can do this! Have any questions? Ask Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep. Be the change you want to see in the world!
  •  The Newspaper Club will meet today, after school, in room 212.
  •  This is an announcement for all those interested in signing up to audition for Frost's 2018 performance of Aladdin. Dance Clinics for all those auditioning will be held today and Thursday  after school in the cafeteria beginning at 3:10 and ending at Activity Bus dismissal time.  If you are unable to attend at least one clinic, you must learn the audition choreography from a friend in order to audition for the show.

 


 

 

11/28/17

 

 

  • Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Silver Diner in Rockville in to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends and your appetites to Silver Diner on Monday, December 4th between 5 - 8pm. See you there!
  •  Homework Club is cancelled on November 29th, 2017. The club will resume on December 6th, 2017. See you there!
  •  Attention 7th and 8th grade students: Openings for the China Trip during Spring Break are still available. You may pick up a China Trip Packet in the main office. Please see Dr. Jones if you have any questions.
  •  Attention all 7th and 8th grade girls: Basketball tryouts for the Frost team start Tuesday, December 5th.  If you are interested in trying out, you need to make sure that you have turned in an updated physical, and a signed parent permission slip to Ms. Reisch (ree-sch) by Monday, December 4th.  If you have any questions or need the paperwork, please see Ms. Reisch.
  •  This is an announcement for all those interested in signing up to audition for Frost's 2018 performance of Aladdin: Today is the final day to register.  Sign-up sheets are posted outside room 250.
  •  In related Dessert Theater news: Dance Clinics for all those auditioning will be held tomorrow and Thursday  after school in the cafeteria, beginning at 3:10 PM. The clinics will be ending at the activity bus dismissal time.  If you are unable to attend at least one clinic, you must learn the audition choreography from a friend in order to audition for the show.
  •  Don't forget that this Wednesday is the first Final Frontiers Competition during SOAR in Room 106 for the Golf Ball Barrage. Please come promptly at the beginning of SOAR to get the competition underway.
  •  The Yearbook Club will meet today, after school, in room 207. Yearbook prices will increase next month. Please buy your yearbooks if you haven't already!
  •  Attention Library Club: We will NOT meet today after school. Library Advisory Board members, please visit see Mrs. Yu during SOAR on Wednesday.
  •  Help the Robert Frost SGA make a child's holiday special through our Toys for Tots holiday drive! Now until December 15, bring in new and unwrapped toys to the bins at the front of the school. You may also donate cash or check to Mrs. Yu in the Media Center. Join the Marine Corp in their 70th year donating gifts to those less fortunate. Our goal is 70 toys for each grade's bin. That's 210 toys in total! We can do this! Have any questions? Ask Mrs. Yu or your SGA rep. Be the change you want to see in the world!

 

 

 

 

11/27/17

 

 

  • Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Silver Diner in Rockville in to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends, and appetites to Silver Diner on Monday, December 4th from 5 to 8PM. See you there!
  •  Homework Club is cancelled on November 29th, 2017. The club will resume on December 6th, 2017. See you there!
  •  Attention 7th and 8th grade students: Openings for the China Trip during Spring Break are still available. You may pick up a China Trip Packet in the main office. Please see Dr. Jones if you have any questions.
  •  This is an announcement for all students interested in auditioning for Frost's 2018 production of Aladdin. The final day to register for auditions is Tuesday, November 28th.  Sign-up sheets are posted outside room 250!

 


  

11/22/17

 

 

  • Homework Club is cancelled on November 22nd and November 29th, 2017. The club will resume on December 6th, 2017. See you there!
  •  Attention all students and staff: Yearbook prices will increase next month, so please buy your yearbooks now!
  •  This is a message for those interested in auditioning for Frost's production of Aladdin.  If you missed Monday's informational meeting, you must see Mrs. Bank in room 250 prior to today's early dismissal.
  •  Attention 7th and 8th grade students: Openings for the China Trip during Spring Break are still available. You may pick up a China Trip Packet in the main office. Please see Dr. Jones if you have any questions.

 

 

 

11/21/17  

 

 

  • Homework Club is cancelled on November 22nd and November 29th, 2017. The club will resume on December 6th, 2017. See you there!
  •  This is an announcement for all those who attended the Dessert Theater Information meeting yesterday: Today you may register for your audition date outside Room 250.  Registration will close, and registration sheets will be taken down on Tuesday, November 28 th  at dismissal time.
  •  There are two audition scripts for Jasmine.  If you did not pick up your 2 nd  script yesterday, you must pick it up today in room 250.  Also, if you need another audition script, please see Mrs. Bank today in room 250.
  •  The yearbook club will meet today after school in room 207. Yearbook prices will increase next month, so please buy your yearbooks now!
  •  Attention 7 th and 8 th  grade students: Openings for the China Trip during Spring Break are still available. You may pick up a China Trip Packet in the main office. Please see Dr. Jones if you have any questions. 

 


 

 

 

11/17/17

 

 

  • Woo Hoo!  We are going to California on June 16-21, 2018.  If you would like to join us…there is still space.  We will extend the sign up deadline to TODAY, Nov. 17th! Don't delay.
  •  Students who are interested in being part of the tech crew for Aladdin, jr should attend the information meeting on Monday, November 20. The meeting will be in the cafeteria during SOAR.
  •  Attention ALL STUDENTS! This is an announcement about Frost's 2017-18 Dessert Theater production of Aladdin! You are invited to the Dessert Theater Information Meeting which will be held in the Cafeteria during SOAR on Monday, November 20th.   Interested 6th, 7th and 8th grade students will receive information packets and permission slips.  You must be in your cafeteria seat at the sound of the tardy bell.
  •  A note to all 8th grade students.  The cafeteria will be closed to 8th grade students on Monday, November 20th.  No snacks will be sold.
  •  Attention Book Wars Team Members: We will meet TODAY during the lunches.
  •  The Music Department is delighted to announce the results of the Junior Honors Band and Orchestra auditions. The following 7th and 8th grade students listed below successfully auditioned, and were accepted into the following prestigious music ensembles. Congratulations, musicians!

 

 


 

11/16/17

 

  • ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: TODAY, November 16th is the BIG day! It's our annual Turkey Trot Run! Not only is it a fun race, it's an opportunity to make a BIG IMPACT in our community. We are collecting money and canned food items to support the City of Rockville's Holiday Drive. Our BIG IMPACT goal is at least $3500 and 3000 canned food items. Turn in your money and canned food items to your PE teacher. We have nearly 1100 students. We can do this! We are Robert Frost Middle School! If you have questions, see Mr. Niverth, Health & PE Department Chair. Gobble! Gobble!
  •  Woo Hoo!  We are going to California on June 16-21, 2018.  If you would like to join us…there is still space.  We will extend the sign up deadline to Tomorrow, Nov. 17th! Don't delay.
  •  Students and Staff: Show your Spirit and Pride on Nov 16th for the runners of the Turkey Trot by wearing your Grade Level's COLOR- 6th grade is WHITE, 7th grade is BLUE and 8th grade is RED!
  •  Students who are interested in being part of the tech crew for Aladdin, jr should attend the information meeting on Monday, November 20. The meeting will be in the cafeteria during SOAR.
  •  Attention ALL STUDENTS! This is an announcement about Frost's 2017-18 Dessert Theater production of Aladdin! You are invited to the Dessert Theater Information Meeting which will be held in the Cafeteria during SOAR on Monday, November 20th.   Interested 6th, 7th and 8th grade students will receive information packets and permission slips.  You must be in your cafeteria seat at the sound of the tardy bell.
  •  A note to all 8th grade students. The cafeteria will be closed to 8th grade students on Monday, November 20th.  No snacks will be sold.
  •  Attention all students, Wootton Tutoring is cancelled today. Thursday Wootton Tutoring will resume after Thanksgiving. See you then!

 


 

11/15/17

 

  • ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Tomorrow,  November 16th is the BIG day! It's our annual Turkey Trot Run! Not only is it a fun race, it's an opportunity to make a BIG IMPACT in our community. We are collecting money and canned food items to support the City of Rockville's Holiday Drive. Our BIG IMPACT goal is at least $3500 and 3000 canned food items. Turn in your money and canned food items to your PE teacher. We have nearly 1100 students. We can do this! We are Robert Frost Middle School! If you have questions, see Mr. Niverth, Health & PE Department Chair. Gobble! Gobble!
  •  Students and Staff: Show your Spirit and Pride on Nov 16th for the runners of the Turkey Trot by wearing your Grade Level's COLOR- 6th grade is WHITE, 7th grade is BLUE and 8th grade is RED!
  •  The Newspaper Club will meet today in room 207. Since there are no clubs next week, all club members are encouraged to attend.
  •  This Friday is the last day to register for the STEM trip to California!  Consider joining us.  There are blue flyers available in Math classes for you  to take home if needed.  Remind your parents, and contact Ms. Woo if there are any questions.
  •  Students who are interested in being part of the tech crew for Aladdin, jr should attend the information meeting on Monday, November 20. The meeting will be in the cafeteria during SOAR.
  •  Attention ALL STUDENTS! This is an announcement about Frost's 2017-18 Dessert Theater production of Aladdin! You are invited to the Dessert Theater Information Meeting which will be held in the Cafeteria during SOAR on Monday, November 20th.   Interested 6th, 7th and 8th grade students will receive information packets and permission slips.  You must be in your cafeteria seat at the sound of the tardy bell.
  •  A note to all 8th grade students. The cafeteria will be closed to 8th grade students on Monday, November 20th.  No snacks will be sold.
  •  As you know during the month of October the Frost SGA was fundraising for Trick or Treat for Unicef through their Social Studies classes. As a school total we raised $580!! Good job students and staff lets aim for even more next year! The top fundraisers were: Starting at 3rd place we have Mr. Anton's Pd. 5 who  raised $51.28! Moving on to 2nd place we have Mr. Child's Pd. 4 with $60.25! Now what you've all been waiting for, with over $75 dollars is Mrs. Engelman's Pd. 4! Congratulations on raising the most money!
  •  Attention all students, Wootton Tutoring is cancelled this Thursday, November 16th. I repeat, Wootton Tutoring is cancelled this Thursday, November 16th. Thursday Wootton Tutoring will resume after Thanksgiving. See you then!

 



 

 

11/14/17

 

 

  • Attention Students and Staff:  Makeup Picture Day is TODAY, November 14 th .  We have picture forms in the Main Office.  Please bring your form and payment to the photographer on picture day.  Remember Picture Makeup Day is TODAY, Tuesday, November 14 th .
  •  ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Thursday, November 16 th  is the BIG day! It's our annual Turkey Trot Run! Not only is it a fun race, it's an opportunity to make a BIG IMPACT in our community. We are collecting money and canned food items to support the City of Rockville's Holiday Drive. Our BIG IMPACT goal is at least $3500 and 3000 canned food items. Turn in your money and canned food items to your PE teacher. We have nearly 1100 students. We can do this! We are Robert Frost Middle School! If you have questions, see Mr. Niverth, Health & PE Department Chair. Gobble! Gobble!
  •  Students and Staff: Show your Spirit and Pride on Nov 16 th  for the runners of the Turkey Trot by wearing your Grade Level's COLOR- 6 th  grade is WHITE, 7 th  grade is BLUE and 8 th  grade is RED!
  •  The Yearbook Club will meet in room 212 after school today. All members are encouraged to attend.
  •  The Newspaper Club will meet tomorrow in room 207 after school.
  •  This Friday is the last day to register for the STEM trip to California!  Consider joining us. There are blue flyers available in Math classes for you  to take home if needed.  Remind your parents, and contact Ms. Woo if there are any questions.

 


  

 

 

 11/13/17

 

  • Attention Students and Staff:  Makeup Picture Day is tomorrow, November 14th.  We have picture forms in the Main Office.  Please bring your form and payment to the photographer on picture day.  Remember Picture Makeup Day is Tuesday, November 14th.
  • Woo Hoo!  We are going to California on June 16-21, 2018.  If you would like to join us…there is still space.  We will extend the sign up deadline to Nov. 17th! Don't delay.
  • ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Thursday, November 16th is the BIG day! It's our annual Turkey Trot Run! Not only is it a fun race, it's an opportunity to make a BIG IMPACT in our community. We are collecting money and canned food items to support the City of Rockville's Holiday Drive. Our BIG IMPACT goal is at least $3500 and 3000 canned food items. Turn in your money and canned food items to your PE teacher. We have nearly 1100 students. We can do this! We are Robert Frost Middle School! If you have questions, see Mr. Niverth, Health & PE Department Chair. Gobble! Gobble!
  •  ALL STUDENT AMBASSADORS….There will be an brief meeting TODAY, during SOAR for all ambassadors. The meeting will be held in the cafeteria alcove outside the cafeteria. If you cannot attend the meeting, please see Ms. Douglas.
  •  Students and Staff: Show your Spirit and Pride on Nov 16th for the runners of the Turkey Trot by wearing your Grade Level's COLOR- 6th grade is WHITE, 7th grade is BLUE and 8th grade is RED!

 


 

11/10/17

 

  • Attention Students and Staff:  Makeup Picture Day is November 14th.  We have picture forms in the Main Office.  Please bring your form and payment to the photographer on picture day.  Remember Picture Makeup Day is Tuesday, November 14th.
  • Woo Hoo!  We are going to California on June 16-21, 2018.  If you would like to join us…there is still space.  We will extend the sign up deadline to Nov. 17th! Don't delay.
  • ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Thursday, November 16th is the BIG day! It's our annual Turkey Trot Run! Not only is it a fun race, it's an opportunity to make a BIG IMPACT in our community. We are collecting money and canned food items to support the City of Rockville's Holiday Drive. Our BIG IMPACT goal is at least $3500 and 3000 canned food items. Turn in your money and canned food items to your PE teacher. We have nearly 1100 students. We can do this! We are Robert Frost Middle School! If you have questions, see Mr. Niverth, Health & PE Department Chair. Gobble! Gobble!
  •  The Ledos fundraiser on Monday was a success! The total amount raised was $310!  Thank you again to students, parents, and staff for supporting our school. The next Ledos fundraiser will be on January 17th so let's set a goal to raise even more than $310 for our school. Looking forward to seeing you there!
  •  World War I - known at the time as "The Great War" - officially ended when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919 , outside the town of Versailles , France.However, fighting ceased seven months earlier when a truce, between the Allied nations and Germany went into effect on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. For that reason, November 11, 1918 , is generally regarded as the end of "the war to end all wars." In November 1919, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed November 11 as the first commemoration of Armistice Day with the following words: To us in America, the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country's service and with gratitude for the victory, both because of the thing from which it has freed us and because of the opportunity it has given America to show her sympathy with peace and justice in the councils of the nations.With that said, Veterans Day is the day set aside to thank and honor ALL those who served honorably in the military - in wartime or peacetime. In fact, Veterans Day is largely intended to thank LIVING veterans for their service and to acknowledge that their contributions to our national security are appreciated. At this time, we would like to acknowledge and thank our veterans: Mr. Ryan Holloran, United States Marine Corp Ms. Lisa Sorensen, Israeli Army. Thank you for serving! We wish everyone a Wonderful Veterans Day!
  •  Attention all student ambassadors: There will be an brief meeting MONDAY, during SOAR for all ambassadors. The meeting will be held in the cafeteria alcove. If you cannot attend the meeting, please see Ms. Douglas. 

 

11/9/17

 

  • Attention Students and Staff:  Makeup Picture Day is November 14th.  We have picture forms in the Main Office.  Please bring your form and payment to the photographer on picture day.  Remember Picture Makeup Day is Tuesday, November 14th.
  •  Woo Hoo!  We are going to California on June 16-21, 2018.  If you would like to join us…there is still space.  We will extend the sign up deadline to Nov. 17th! Don't delay.
  •  ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Thursday, November 16th is the BIG day! It's our annual
  • Turkey Trot Run! Not only is it a fun race, it's an opportunity to make a BIG IMPACT in our community. We are collecting money and canned food items to support the City of Rockville's Holiday Drive. Our BIG IMPACT goal is at least $3500 and 3000 canned food items. Turn in your money and canned food items to your PE teacher. We have nearly 1100 students. We can do this! We are Robert Frost Middle School! If you have questions, see Mr. Niverth, Health & PE Department Chair. Gobble! Gobble!
  •  Attention Students: Please be sure your Frost lock is securing your items in your locker at all times.  If you have lost your lock, please stop by the main office to check to see if your lock has been turned into the office. Thank you.
  •  Attention all students: Due to the half day schedule today, there will be no after-school clubs in session. There will also be no activity buses. All clubs will resume on Tuesday, November 14th, 2017. Thank you!

 

 

 

 

 

11/8/17  

 

 

  • Attention Students and Staff:  Makeup Picture Day is November 14 th .  We have picture forms in the Main Office.  Please bring your form and payment to the photographer on picture day.  Remember Picture Makeup Day is Tuesday, November 14 th .
  •  Woo Hoo!  We are going to California on June 16-21, 2018.  If you would like to join us…there is still space.  We will extend the sign up deadline to Nov. 17 th ! Don't delay.
  •  Attention all 7th and 8th grade athletes interested in developing strategies to help manage pre-game sports anxiety:  Ms. Alalfey, a local athlete and therapist, will come speak with 7th and 8th graders on Wednesday, 11/8/17 during their lunches. Please see Ms. Braun or Ms. Hallas in the Counseling Office to sign up.
  •  The Newspaper Club will meet on Wednesday, after-school, in room 207.
  •  ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Thursday, November 16 th  is the BIG day! It's our annual Turkey Trot Run! Not only is it a fun race, it's an opportunity to make a BIG IMPACT in our community. We are collecting money and canned food items to support the City of Rockville's Holiday Drive. Our BIG IMPACT goal is at least $3500 and 3000 canned food items. Turn in your money and canned food items to your PE teacher. We have nearly 1100 students. We can do this! We are Robert Frost Middle School! If you have questions, see Mr. Niverth, Health & PE Department Chair. Gobble! Gobble!
  •  Attention Students: Please be sure your Frost  lock is securing your items in your locker at all times.  If you have lost your lock, please stop by the main office to check to see if your lock has been turned into the office. Thank you.

 

     

   

11/7/17  

 

 

  • Attention Students and Staff:  Makeup Picture Day is November 14 th .  We have picture forms in the Main Office.  Please bring your form and payment to the photographer on picture day.  Remember Picture Makeup Day is Tuesday, November 14 th .
  •  Woo Hoo!  We are going to California on June 16-21, 2018.  If you would like to join us…there is still space.  We will extend the sign up deadline to Nov. 17 th ! Don't delay.
  •  The fundraiser last night was a success! Thank you to students, parents, and staff for supporting our Ledo's Pizza Fundraiser.
  •  Attention all 7th and 8th grade athletes: Want strategies to make a try-out team? Come hear Ms. Alalfey, a local athlete and sports therapist. She will speak during 7 th  & 8 th  grade lunches on Wednesday, November 8th. Please see Ms. Braun or Ms. Hallas in the Counseling Office to sign up.
  •  The Yearbook Club will meet after school today in room 207.
  •  The Newspaper Club will meet tomorrow, Wednesday, November 8th, after-school, in room 207.
  •  ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Thursday, November 16 th  is the BIG day! It's our annual Turkey Trot Run! Not only is it a fun race, it's an opportunity to make a BIG IMPACT in our community. We are collecting money and canned food items to support the City of Rockville's Holiday Drive. Our BIG IMPACT goal is at least $3500 and 3000 canned food items. Turn in your money and canned food items to your PE teacher. We have nearly 1100 students. We can do this! We are Robert Frost Middle School! If you have questions, see Mr. Niverth, Health & PE Department Chair. Gobble! Gobble!
  •  Library Club will be cancelled today after school. Please check our Google Classroom for the rescheduled volunteer date.

 

 


 

 

11/6/17  

 

 

  • Woo Hoo!  We are going to California on June 16-21, 2018.  If you would like to join us…there is still space.  We will extend the sign up deadline to Nov. 17 th ! Don't delay.Attention Students and Staff:  Makeup Picture Day is November 14 th .  We have picture forms in the Main Office.  Please bring your form and payment to the photographer on picture day.  Remember Picture Makeup Day is Tuesday, November 14 th .
  •  Attention All Students: Tonight is our Ledo's Pizza fundraiser from 5-9pm. Come out to support Robert Frost Middle School. Be sure to mention Frost for carry-out orders.  See you there!
  •  Attention all 7th and 8th grade athletes:  Want strategies to make a try-out team? Come hear Ms. Alalfey, a local athlete and sports therapist. She will speak during 7 th  & 8 th  grade lunches on Wednesday, November 8th. Please see Ms. Braun or Ms. Hallas in the Counseling Office to sign up.
  •  The Yearbook Club will meet Tuesday, after school in room 207. The Newspaper Club will meet on Wednesday, afterschool in room 207.
  •  ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Thursday, November 16 th  is the BIG day! It's our annual Turkey Trot Run! Not only is it a fun race, it's an opportunity to make a BIG IMPACT in our community. We are collecting money and canned food items to support the City of Rockville's Holiday Drive.
  • Our BIG IMPACT goal is at least $3500 and 3000 canned food items. Turn in your money and canned food items to your PE teacher. We have nearly 1100 students. We can do this! We are Robert Frost Middle School! If you have questions, see Mr. Niverth, Health & PE Department Chair. Gobble! Gobble!

 

 

 

11/3/17

 

  • 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 TODAY, Friday, November 3rd. The testing date is Saturday December 2nd. The specific testing  times and locations can be found in the application.
  • Attention Frost students and staff. We will have a fundraiser at the Ledo's Pizza in Travilah Square in North Potomac to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends and your appetites to Ledo's Pizza on Monday, November 6th from 5-9pm. Be sure to mention Frost for carry-out orders. See you there!
  • It is not too late to come to California!  Join your 11 friends on the STEM trip with World Strides.  Sign up by TODAY, Nov. 3.
  • A reminder to all Book Wars teams that we have a meeting TODAY during your lunch period.
  • Attention all 7th and 8th grade athletes:  Want strategies to make a try-out team? Come hear Ms. Alalfey, a local athlete and sports therapist. She will speak during 7th & 8th grade lunches on Wednesday, November 8th. Please see Ms. Braun or Ms. Hallas in the Counseling Office to sign up.
  • Attention Students and Staff:  Makeup Picture Day is November 14th.  We have picture forms in the Main Office.  Please bring your form and payment to the photographer on picture day.  Remember Picture Makeup Day is Tuesday, November 14th.
  • Attention all boys interested in trying out for the boys basketball team: There is a mandatory meeting this Friday during SOAR in the Aux Gym.
  • Attention Na-No-Wri-Mo participants: If you missed the meeting yesterday please see Mrs. Yu either during LUNCH or SOAR TODAY so you can join the Classroom and start the challenge.

 


 

 

11/2/17

 

  • 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 TOMORROW Friday, November 3rd. The testing date is Saturday December 2nd. The specific testing  times and locations can be found in the application.
  • A reminder to all Book Wars teams that we will have a meeting this Friday during your lunch period.
  • It is not too late to come to California!  Join your 11 friends on the STEM trip with World Strides.  Sign up by Friday, Nov. 3.
  • Attention Frost students and staff. We will have a fundraiser at the Ledo's Pizza in Travilah Square in North Potomac to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends and your appetites to Ledo's Pizza on Monday, November 6th from 5-9pm. Be sure to mention Frost for carry-out orders. See you there!
  • Attention all 7th and 8th grade athletes interested in developing strategies to help manage pre-game sports anxiety:  Ms. Alalfey, a local athlete and therapist, will come speak with 7th and 8th graders on Wednesday, 11/8/17 during their lunches. Please see Ms. Braun or Ms. Hallas in the Counseling Office to sign up.
  • Attention Students and Staff:  Makeup Picture Day is November 14th.  We have picture forms in the Main Office.  Please bring your form and payment to the photographer on picture day.  Remember Picture Makeup Day is Tuesday, November 14th.
  • Attention all boys interested in trying out for the boys basketball team: There is a mandatory meeting this Friday during SOAR in the Aux Gym.

 

 

 

11/1/17

 

  • 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.
  • It is not too late to come to California!  Join your 11 friends on the STEM trip with World Strides. The application deadline is November 3rd.
  • Attention Frost students and staff. We will have a fundraiser at the Ledo's Pizza in Travilah Square in North Potomac to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends and your appetites to Ledo's Pizza on Monday, November 6th from 5-9pm. Be sure to mention Frost for carry-out orders. See you there!
  • Book Club today after school at 3:15 pm.  Join us for a discussion on Nightmares! In room 216 and to choose our next book!
  •  Attention all 7th and 8th grade athletes interested in developing strategies to help manage pre-game sports anxiety:  Ms. Alalfey, a local athlete and therapist, will come speak with 7th and 8th graders on Wednesday, 11/8/17 during their lunches. Please see Ms. Braun or Ms. Hallas in the Counseling Office to sign up.
  •  Attention NaNoWriMo participants: If you missed the meeting yesterday please see Mrs. Yu either during LUNCH or SOAR today so you can join the Classroom and start the challenge.
  • Attention all 7th and 8th grade athletes interested in developing strategies to help manage pre-game sports anxiety:  Ms. Alalfey, a local athlete and therapist, will come speak with 7th and 8th graders on Wednesday, 11/8/17 during their lunches. Please see Ms. Braun or Ms. Hallas in the Counseling Office to sign up.
  •  Attention Students and Staff:  Makeup Picture Day is November 14th.  We have picture forms in the Main Office.  Please bring your form and payment to the photographer on picture day.  Remember Picture Makeup Day is Tuesday, November 14th.
  •  A reminder to ALL SGA reps that we have a meeting today after school in room 105.
  •  Attention NaNoWriMo participants: If you missed the meeting yesterday please see Mrs. Yu either during LUNCH or SOAR TODAY so you can join the Classroom and start the challenge.

 


10/31/17  

 

 

  • 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.
  •   Attention All Students: Coding Club will not meet today.
  •  Attention Students! Follow these rules on Halloween:  
  • Inspect all candy and treats before consuming!
  • Costumes should be flame resistant, light or bright enough to be seen in the dark and fit to prevent falling or tripping.WALK, not run from house to house in a neighborhood you are familiar with. Be cautious of motorists and use the sidewalk if available, rather than walk in the street. Think Safety and enjoy your day! -
  • Don't forget to participate in the SGA sponsored Trick or Treat for UNICEF fundraiser through your Social Studies classes. It's a national movement powered by kids for kids to make the world a better place for ALL children!! The last day to bring in your donation is Today, Tuesday Oct 31st. The class that raises the largest donation will receive a prize!
  •  It is not too late to come to California!  Join your 11 friends on the STEM trip with World Strides.  Sign up by Friday, Nov. 3.
  •  Attention Girls' Softball Team: Please come and help distribute the Frost Instagram's we have collected. We need you to help deliver positive messages around the school during Excel on Tuesday 10/31. Wear your jerseys and meet us in the main office mail room. Thank you, and see you soon!  -  
  •  Attention Frost students and staff. We will have a fundraiser at the Ledo's Pizza in Travilah Square in North Potomac to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends and your appetites to Ledo's Pizza on Monday, November 6 th  from 5-9pm. Be sure to mention Frost for carry-out orders. See you there!

 

 

 10/30/17

 

  • Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Ledo's Pizza in Travilah Square in North Potomac to help raise money for all of the wonderful programs here at Robert Frost Middle School. Please bring your family, friends and your appetites to Ledo's Pizza on Monday, November 6th from 5-9pm. Be sure to mention Frost for carry-out orders. See you there!
  • 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/      
  • 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.
  •  Red Ribbon Week Continues… Show your school spirit and your continued pledge to stay drug free. Today we rocked the red to show we're ready to take a stand against drugs and tomorrow wear your Halloween costume to say BOO to drugs!
  • Attention All Students: Coding Club will not meet on Tuesday, October 31, Halloween.
  • Attention All Students: Students who choose to wear a costume to school on Tuesday October 31st, should adhere to the following safety guidelines:
  • Safety is the number one priority when making or choosing a costume
  • Weapons and simulations thereof are not allowed!
  • The costume should not restrict your vision or mobility
  • Be cautious of walking up and down stairs while wearing your costume
  • Costumes should not be a distraction in the classroom.  Thank you for your cooperation
  • Don't forget to participate in the SGA sponsored Trick or Treat for UNICEF fundraiser through your Social Studies classes. It's a national movement powered by kids for kids to make the world a better place for ALL children!! The last day to bring in your donation is Tuesday Oct 31st. The class that raises the largest donation will receive a prize!
  • The World Strides STEM trip to California is waiting for you!  Mrs. Woo is excited to have a group of 10 coming with her.  Information is on the school website!  Sign up  before November 3rd
  • Attention Girl's Softball Team: Please come and help distribute the Frost Instagrams we have collected. We need you to help deliver positive messages around the school  during Excel on Tuesday 10/31. Wear your jerseys and meet us in the main office mail room. Thank you, and see you soon!  

 



 

 

10/27/17

 

  • 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/      
  • TODAY 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  
  • 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, TODAY, Friday October 27th, during SOAR for more information.  Everyone is welcome!-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.
  • Red Ribbon Week Continues… Show your school spirit and your continued pledge to stay drug free. Today we showed we're too wacky for drugs and on Monday ROCK the Red to show we're READY to take a stand against drugs!
  •  Students who choose to wear a costume to school on Tuesday October 31st, should adhere to the following safety guidelines:
  • Safety is the number one priority when making or choosing a costume
  • Weapons and simulations thereof are not allowed!
  • The costume should not restrict your vision or mobility
  • Be cautious of walking up and down stairs while wearing your costume
  • Costumes should not be a distraction in the classroom.  Thank you for your cooperation
  • Don't forget to participate in the SGA sponsored Trick or Treat for UNICEF fundraiser through your Social Studies classes. It's a national movement powered by kids for kids to make the world a better place for ALL children!! The last day to bring in your donation is Tuesday Oct 31st. The class that raises the largest donation will receive a prize!
  • The World Strides STEM trip to California is waiting for you!  Mrs. Woo is excited to have a group of 10 coming with her.  Information is on the school website!  Sign up before November 3rd
  • Attention members of the Girls' Softball Team! Please come and help distribute the grams we have collected. We need you to help deliver positive messages around the school during Excel on Tuesday, October 31st. Wear your jerseys and meet us in the main office mail room. See Mrs. Avila-Miller or Mr. Johnson with questions.
  • Reminder to Mr. Anton's 1st period: Try to make it to his room during SOAR today, Friday the 27th."
  • Congratulations to the performers  and crew of the "Heart and Soul" Talent Show for a fabulous show last night!

 

 

10/26/17  

 

 

  • 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! 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. 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. There are 7 signed up to go with Mrs. Woo.  Names are posted in room 216.  We would like you to join us and not miss the fun.  Information can be found on the school website.  Sign up is until Nov. 3rd.
  •  The Talent show is today, Thursday, October 26th, 7:00 pm,  in the RFMS gymnasium. Tickets, $5,  will be sold during lunches this 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 27 th , during SOAR for more information.  Everyone is welcome!
  •  Looking for SSL opportunities?  Take part and Celebrate the 31st Annual Montgomery County Community Service Week, October 22-29 th .  Visit the MCPS volunteer website for approved opportunities as well as check out the SSL bulletin board.
  •  Attention students interested in participating in the upcoming AMC 8 math competition:
  • 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
  • Red Ribbon Week Continues… Show your school spirit and your continued pledge to stay drug free. Today we showed we're too smart for drugs and tomorrow wear a wacky hat or hairstyle to show we're TOO WACKY for drugs!
  • Attention Students: The SGA will be selling refreshments Thursday evening during the Talent Show intermission. All proceeds from this fundraiser will go to the American Red Cross.
  •  Don't forget to participate in the SGA sponsored Trick or Treat for UNICEF fundraiser through your Social Studies classes. It's a national movement powered by kids for kids to make the world a better place for ALL children!! The last day to bring in your donation is Tuesday Oct 31st. The class that raises the largest donation will receive a prize!

 

 

10/25/17  

 

 

  • 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.
  •  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 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. 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.  There are 7 signed up to go with Mrs. Woo.  Names are posted in room 216.  We would like you to join us and not miss the fun.  Information can be found on the school website.  Sign up is until Nov. 3rd.
  •  The Talent show is on Thursday, October 26th, 7:00 pm,  in the RFMS gymnasium. Tickets, $5,  will be sold during lunches this week.
  •  Final Frontiers is a school wide STEM competition here at Robert Frost.  You can engineer a catapult, a bridge, a micromass 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 27 th , during SOAR for more information.  Everyone is welcome!
  •  Looking for SSL opportunities?  Take part and Celebrate the 31st Annual Montgomery County Community Service Week, October 22-29 th .  Visit the MCPS volunteer website for approved opportunities as well as check out the SSL bulletin board.
  •  Attention students interested in participating in the upcoming AMC 8 math competition:
  • 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!
  •  Red Ribbon Week Continues… Show your school spirit and your continued pledge to stay drug free. Today we showed we're too bright for drugs and tomorrow wear your favorite College or Sports gear to show we're TOO SMART for drugs!
  • Attention members of Generations Together: The list of which members are going which weeks of the month is now posted outside Ms. Gibbs and Mr. Anton's rooms. It's also on the club board near the cafeteria. You can also find the list on our Google classroom page. Make sure you check the list to find out whether you should attend this Wednesday, October 25 th.  
  •  Attention Students: The SGA will be selling refreshments Thursday evening during the Talent Show intermission. All proceeds from this fundraiser will go to the American Red Cross.
  •  Don't forget to participate in the SGA sponsored Trick or Treat for UNICEF fundraiser through your Social Studies classes. It's a national movement powered by kids for kids to make the world a better place for ALL children!! The last day to bring in your donation is Tuesday Oct 31st. The class that raises the largest donation will receive a prize!
  • 2017 School-Based Seasonal Flu Vaccine Clinics  The Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) will conduct free, injectable influenza (flu) vaccine clinics for all school-aged children at three Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) high schools. The clinics will be held on Thursday, November 9, 2017, from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., at John F. Kennedy, Northwest, and Rockville high schools. The injectable flu vaccine will be administered at these clinics. Parents/guardians must make an appointment for their child online at www.montgomerycountymd.gov/resident/flu.html or by calling 311 for assistance.

 

 


10/24/17

 

 

  • 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. 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.
  •  The Talent show is on Thursday, October 26th, 7:00 pm,  in the RFMS gymnasium. Tickets, $5,  will be sold during lunches this 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!
  •  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 students interested in participating in the upcoming AMC 8 math completion:
  • 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!
  •  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.
  •  Red Ribbon Week Continues… Show your school spirit and your continued pledge to stay drug free. Today we showed our pride in pink and tomorrow wear NEON colors to show that we're TOO BRIGHT for drugs!
  •  Attention members of Generations Together: The list of which members are going which weeks of the month is now posted outside Ms. Gibbs and Mr. Anton's rooms. It's also on the club board near the cafeteria. You can also find the list on our Google classroom page. Make sure you check the list to find out whether you should attend this Wednesday, October 25th.

 

 


 

 

10/23/17

 

 

  • 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  
  •  The Talent show is on Thursday, October 26th, 7:00 pm,  in the RFMS gymnasium. Tickets, $5,  will be sold during lunches this 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!
  •  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 students interested in participating in the upcoming AMC 8 math competition:
  • 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(CAT-HER-EEN) Asaro(AZ-AR-O) 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!
  •  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.
  •  Red Ribbon Week Continues… Show your school spirit and your continued pledge to stay drug free. Today we put drugs to bed by wearing pajamas and tomorrow be sure to show your PRIDE in PINK  by wearing PINK to show our support for breast cancer awareness.

 


 

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.