Robert Frost Middle School Foundations 

OUR NAMESAKE: Robert Frost Middle School is named after the great poet, Robert Frost.   He served as a teacher, cobbler, and editor.  His literary work was a huge inspiration to many during the late 1800's and mid-1900's.  Robert Frost was awarded four Pulitzer Prizes for his literary work. 
 

INSTRUCTIONAL FOCUS 

As a result of our data analysis, it was determined that teaching and learning at Frost will focus on:

  •   Frequent and varied opportunities to demonstrate critical thinking skills;
  • Multiple pathways to demonstrate learning and problem solving skills;
  • Classroom experiences enhancing social and emotional competencies.

SCHOOL VISION

 "EXPERIENCE EXCELLENCE!” 

 SCHOOL MISSION 

Robert Frost Middle School Is a dedicated partnership between staff, students and community united by a common responsibility to challenge, inspire, and assists students to grow and excel intellectually, emotionally and socially. Through collaboration, communication, trust and respect, our partnership reflects on, refines, and implements short and long term goals to measure student success.

 

 CORE VALUES

I.       Every person is valued and respected.

  • Being Trustworthy: showing that others can depend on you through honesty, promise keeping, loyalty, commitment and self-discipline; keeping your word.
  • Showing Respect for oneself and for others.  Valuing all persons, treating others as you would want to be treated, accepting and tolerating cultural and ethnic differences, being polite to all, honoring the freedom and privacy of others.
  • A safe nurturing environment is essential to learning.
  • Being Fair:  following the rules, listening actively, gathering all the facts and giving prior notice before you act.
  • Caring for others in our community:  being kind, considerate, helpful and polite; thinking in advance about how your choices affect others.
  • Showing good Citizenship by participating in our community: volunteer, be a good neighbor, respect the rules, do your best and participate actively in your classes and other activities.
  • Success is everyone’s responsibility.
  • Being Responsible for who we are and what we do:  doing our duty to help the community, meeting our obligations in class and at home, pursuing excellence, and showing self-control.  Accepting the consequences of our actions.   

II.    A safe nurturing environment is essential to learning

  • Being Fair:  following the rules, listening actively, gathering all the facts and giving prior notice before you act.
  • Caring for others in our community:  being kind, considerate, helpful and polite; thinking in advance about how your choices affect others.
  • Showing good Citizenship by participating in our community: volunteer, be a good neighbor, respect the rules, do your best and participate actively in your classes and other activities.

III.   Success is everyone’s responsibility

  • Being Responsible for who we are and what we do:  doing our duty to help the community, meeting our obligations in class and at home, pursuing excellence, and showing self-control.  Accepting the consequences of our actions.

   

This page is maintained by the Robert Frost Middle School's Web Team
Click here to log in