Robert Frost Middle School 

 

10/18/2019

  • Robert Frost Middle School will be hosting the AMC 8 math competition on Wednesday November 13th in room 203 from 3:15 until 4:00 pm.  To register, see Mr. Toy in room 203. 
  • Our annual talent show will be held on Wednesday October 30th at 7pm in the gym. Mark your calendars now so you can come enjoy our show!
  • Attention all students! Do you like French language, French Canadian food and folklore, or travel? Have you always wanted to explore a hotel made of ice, eat breakfast in a castle, go dog-sledding and snow-shoeing, or just experience a new culture? Join us for an amazing trip to Quebec, Canada this February! We'll do all of the things you just heard, plus comedy improv, living history activities, snow-tubing and much, much more! You don't have to take French to travel with us, but you'll probably learn some while you're there. Parent interest meetings are every Thursday night at 6 pm. See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for more information, and get ready to have a "bon voyage"!
  • The unthinkable has happened! A wave of contamination so epic, it has almost eliminated the entire human race! This is Survival Sagas : Mission Contamination! A special 100 word writing challenge! Tell a thrilling tale that answers the question: What would happen if the Earth was contaminated? You could win an ipad and get your work published. See Ms. Schmidt or Ms. Kittrie in the Media Center for more information. 
  • To celebrate Hispanic Heritage, come decorate sugar cookies for Días de los Muertos. It is back by popular demand! Join Mrs. Saunders-Endicter and Mrs. Gagnon in room 113. This invitation is for Grade 7 in room 113 during SOAR on Friday, October 18th. Please be prompt. See you this Friday Grade 7. Space is limited to 30 friends. Grade  8 listen for announcements in the coming weeks... Gracias.  
  • Attention 7th and 8th grade students. How would you like to visit China and our partner school, Beijing Number 166 Middle School, during Spring Break?
  • Here's your chance. An interest meeting for you and your parents will be held Tuesday, October 29, at 7:00 p.m. in the media center. See Dr. Jones if you have questions.  

10/17/2019 

 

  • Imagine this! You are in Florida, swimming with dolphins while in MoCo it is still cold and snowy. A wonderful STEM trip is planned in March to Key Largo, Florida which will include dolphins and visiting the Everglades and much more
  • A parent meeting is planned for October 17 at 6:30pm. For more info, please email Mrs Levenson. Merav_H_Levenson@mcpsmd.org.
  • Our annual talent show will be held on Wednesday October 30th at 7pm in the gym. Mark your calendars now so you can come enjoy our show!
  • Attention all students! Do you like French language, French Canadian food and folklore, or travel? Have you always wanted to explore a hotel made of ice, eat breakfast in a castle, go dog-sledding and snow-shoeing, or just experience a new culture? Join us for an amazing trip to Quebec, Canada this February! We'll do all of the things you just heard, plus comedy improv, living history activities, snow-tubing and much, much more! You don't have to take French to travel with us, but you'll probably learn some while you're there. Parent interest meetings are every Thursday night at 6 pm. See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for more information, and get ready to have a "bon voyage"!
  • The unthinkable has happened! A wave of contamination so epic, it has almost eliminated the entire human race! This is Survival Sagas : Mission Contamination! A special 100 word writing challenge! Tell a thrilling tale that answers the question: What would happen if the Earth was contaminated? You could win an ipad and get your work published. See Ms. Schmidt or Ms. Kittrie in the Media Center for more information.     October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In order to continue to raise awareness and show our support, Frost is encouraging all staff and students to wear pink this Friday, October 18!
  • To celebrate Hispanic Heritage, come decorate sugar cookies for Días de los Muertos. It is back by popular demand! Join Mrs. Saunders-Endicter and Mrs. Gagnon in room 113. This invitation is for Grade 7 in room 113 during SOAR on Friday, October 18th. Please be prompt. See you this Friday Grade 7. Space is limited to 30 friends. Grade  8 listen for announcements in the coming weeks... Gracias.  
  • Attention 7th and 8th grade students. How would you like to visit China and our partner school, Beijing Number 166 Middle School, during Spring Break?
  • Here's your chance. An interest meeting for you and your parents will be held Tuesday, October 29, at 7:00 p.m. in the media center. See Dr. Jones if you have questions. 

 

10/16/2019

 

  •  Imagine this! You are in Florida, swimming with dolphins while in MoCo it is still cold and snowy. A wonderful STEM trip is planned in March to Key Largo, Florida which will include dolphins and visiting the Everglades and much more.
  • A parent meeting is planned for October 17 at 6:30pm. For more info, please email Mrs Levenson. Merav_H_Levenson@mcpsmd.org.
  • Robert Frost Middle School will be hosting the AMC 8 math competition on Wednesday November 13th in room 203 from 3:15 until 4:00 pm.  To register, see Mr. Toy in room 203. 
  • A free volleyball clinic will be held on Saturday, October 19th in the Wootton Main Gym for boys and girls grades five through eight who would like to learn some volleyball. The clinic will start at 10:00 A.M. and end at noon. All levels and abilities may participate. Current Wootton volleyball players will be there to help you learn the basics of volleyball. Players will then be grouped by skill level for some game play.  Please register in advance by emailing Coach Mary at mary.malinauskas@mcpsmd.net. For safety, space will be limited to forty players.
  • Our annual talent show will be held on Wednesday October 30th at 7pm in the gym. Mark your calendars now so you can come enjoy our show!
  • Attention all students! Do you like French language, French Canadian food and folklore, or travel? Have you always wanted to explore a hotel made of ice, eat breakfast in a castle, go dog-sledding and snow-shoeing, or just experience a new culture? Join us for an amazing trip to Quebec, Canada this February! We'll do all of the things you just heard, plus comedy improv, living history activities, snow-tubing and much, much more! You don't have to take French to travel with us, but you'll probably learn some while you're there. Parent interest meetings are every Thursday night at 6 pm. See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for more information, and get ready to have a "bon voyage"!
  • The unthinkable has happened! A wave of contamination so epic, it has almost eliminated the entire human race! This is Survival Sagas : Mission Contamination! A special 100 word writing challenge! Tell a thrilling tale that answers the question: What would happen if the Earth was contaminated? You could win an ipad and get your work published. See Ms. Schmidt or Ms. Kittrie in the Media Center for more information. 
  • October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In order to continue to raise awareness and show our support, Frost is encouraging all staff and students to wear pink this Friday, October 18!

 

 

10/15/2019

 

  • Imagine this! You are in Florida, swimming with dolphins while in MoCo it is still cold and snowy. A wonderful STEM trip is planned in March to Key Largo, Florida which will include dolphins and visiting the Everglades and much more.
  • A parent meeting is planned for October 17 at 6:30pm. For more info, please email Mrs Levenson. Merav_H_Levenson@mcpsmd.org.
  • Our annual talent show will be held on Wednesday October 30th at 7pm in the gym. Mark your calendars now so you can come enjoy our show! 
  • Attention all students! Do you like French language, French Canadian food and folklore, or travel? Have you always wanted to explore a hotel made of ice, eat breakfast in a castle, go dog-sledding and snow-shoeing, or just experience a new culture? Join us for an amazing trip to Quebec, Canada this February! We'll do all of the things you just heard, plus comedy improv, living history activities, snow-tubing and much, much more! You don't have to take French to travel with us, but you'll probably learn some while you're there. Parent interest meetings are every Thursday night at 6 pm. See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for more information, and get ready to have a "bon voyage"!
  • Attention 6th grade SGA members: don't forget that you are meeting in room 214 TODAY during SOAR to vote for your 6th grade vice president. 
  • Attention members of Generations Together: Remember you must turn in your signed permission slip before Wednesday, October 16, if you will be joining us for our first visit to the Village of Rockville.
  • The unthinkable has happened! A wave of contamination so epic, it has almost eliminated the entire human race! This is Survival Sagas : Mission Contamination! A special 100 word writing challenge! Tell a thrilling tale that answers the question: What would happen if the Earth was contaminated? You could win an ipad and get your work published. See Ms. Schmidt or Ms. Kittrie in the Media Center for more information. 
  • October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In order to continue to raise awareness and show our support, Frost is encouraging all staff and students to wear pink this Friday, October 18!
  • To celebrate Hispanic Heritage, come decorate sugar cookies for Días de los Muertos. It is back by popular demand! Join Mrs. Saunders-Endicter and Mrs. Gagnon in room 113. This invitation is for Grade 7 in room 113 during SOAR on Friday, October 18th. Please be prompt. See you this Friday Grade 7. Space is limited to 30 friends. Grade  8 listen for announcements in the coming weeks... Gracias.  
  • The Yearbook Club's meeting is canceled today. The Yearbook Club will not meet today. The next meeting date is Tuesday, October 22nd. 

 

 

10/14/19

 

  • Imagine this! You are in Florida, swimming with dolphins while in MoCo it is still cold and snowy. A wonderful STEM trip is planned in March to Key Largo, Florida which will include dolphins and visiting the Everglades and much more.
  • A parent meeting is planned for October 17 at 6:30pm. For more info, please email Mrs Levenson. Merav_H_Levenson@mcpsmd.org.
  • Robert Frost Middle School will be hosting the AMC 8 math competition on Wednesday November 13th in room 203 from 3:15 until 4:00 pm.  To register, see Mr. Toy in room 203. 
  • A free volleyball clinic will be held on Saturday, October 19th in the Wootton Main Gym for boys and girls grades five through eight who would like to learn some volleyball. The clinic will start at 10:00 A.M. and end at noon. All levels and abilities may participate. Current Wootton volleyball players will be there to help you learn the basics of volleyball. Players will then be grouped by skill level for some game play.  Please register in advance by emailing Coach Mary at mary.malinauskas@mcpsmd.net. For safety, space will be limited to forty players.
  • Our annual talent show will be held on Wednesday October 30th at 7pm in the gym. Mark your calendars now so you can come enjoy our show!
  • Attention all students! Do you like French language, French Canadian food and folklore, or travel? Have you always wanted to explore a hotel made of ice, eat breakfast in a castle, go dog-sledding and snow-shoeing, or just experience a new culture? Join us for an amazing trip to Quebec, Canada this February! We'll do all of the things you just heard, plus comedy improv, living history activities, snow-tubing and much, much more! You don't have to take French to travel with us, but you'll probably learn some while you're there. Parent interest meetings are every Thursday night at 6 pm. See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for more information, and get ready to have a "bon voyage"!
  • Attention members of Generations Together: Remember you must turn in your signed permission slip before Wednesday, October 16, if you will be joining us for our first visit to the Village of Rockville.
  • The unthinkable has happened! A wave of contamination so epic, it has almost eliminated the entire human race! This is Survival Sagas : Mission Contamination! A special 100 word writing challenge! Tell a thrilling tale that answers the question: What would happen if the Earth was contaminated? You could win an ipad and get your work published. See Ms. Schmidt or Ms. Kittrie in the Media Center for more information. 
  • Attention 6th grade SGA members: don't forget to head to room 214 tomorrow during SOAR for the 6th grade VP elections!
  • October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In order to continue to raise awareness and show our support, Frost is encouraging all staff and students to wear pink this Friday, October 18!

 


 

10/11/2019

 

  • Imagine this! You are in Florida, swimming with dolphins while in MoCo it is still cold and snowy. A wonderful STEM trip is planned in March to Key Largo, Florida which will include dolphins and visiting the Everglades and much more
  • A parent meeting is planned for October 17 at 6:30pm. For more info, please email Mrs Levenson. Merav_H_Levenson@mcpsmd.org.
  • Robert Frost Middle School will be hosting the AMC 8 math competition on Wednesday November 13th in room 203 from 3:15 until 4:00 pm.  To register, see Mr. Toy in room 203. 
  • A free volleyball clinic will be held on Saturday, October 19th in the Wootton Main Gym for boys and girls grades five through eight who would like to learn some volleyball. The clinic will start at 10:00 A.M. and end at noon. All levels and abilities may participate. Current Wootton volleyball players will be there to help you learn the basics of volleyball. Players will then be grouped by skill level for some game play.  Please register in advance by emailing Coach Mary at mary.malinauskas@mcpsmd.net. For safety, space will be limited to forty players.
  • Attention all students! Do you like French language, French Canadian food and folklore, or travel? Have you always wanted to explore a hotel made of ice, eat breakfast in a castle, go dog-sledding and snow-shoeing, or just experience a new culture? Join us for an amazing trip to Quebec, Canada this February! We'll do all of the things you just heard, plus comedy improv, living history activities, snow-tubing and much, much more! You don't have to take French to travel with us, but you'll probably learn some while you're there. Parent interest meetings are every Thursday night at 6 pm. See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for more information, and get ready to have a "bon voyage"!
  • To celebrate Hispanic Heritage, come decorate sugar cookies for Días de los Muertos. It is back by popular demand! Join us- Mrs. Saunders-Endictor and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113. This invitation is for Grade 6 in room 113 at SOAR, Friday, October 11. Be prompt.See you this Friday Grade 6. space is limited to 30 friends
  • Grade 7 and 8 listen for announcements in the coming weeks... Gracias. 
  • Attention 7th grade SGA members: don't forget that you are meeting in room 214 TODAY during SOAR to vote for your 7th grade vice president.  
  • Attention members of Generations Together: Remember you must turn in your signed permission slip before Wednesday, October 16, if you will be joining us for our first visit to the Village of Rockville.
  • Did you know that 62 percent of breast cancer cases are diagnosed at the localized stage?

 

 

10/10/2019

 

 

  •  Imagine this! You are in Florida, swimming with dolphins while in MoCo it is still cold and snowy. A wonderful STEM trip is planned in March to Key Largo, Florida which will include dolphins and visiting the Everglades and much more.
  • A parent meeting is planned for October 17 at 6:30pm. For more info, please email Mrs Levenson. Merav_H_Levenson@mcpsmd.org .
  • Attention all students! Do you like French language, French Canadian food and folklore, or travel? Have you always wanted to explore a hotel made of ice, eat breakfast in a castle, go dog-sledding and snow-shoeing, or just experience a new culture? Join us for an amazing trip to Quebec, Canada this February! We'll do all of the things you just heard, plus comedy improv, living history activities, snow-tubing and much, much more! You don't have to take French to travel with us, but you'll probably learn some while you're there. Parent interest meetings are every Thursday night at 6 pm. See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for more information, and get ready to have a "bon voyage"!
  • To celebrate Hispanic Heritage, come decorate sugar cookies for Días de los Muertos. It is back by popular demand! Join us- Mrs. Saunders-Endictor and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113. This invitation is for Grade 6  in room 113 at SOAR, Friday, October 11. Be prompt.See you this Friday Grade 6. space is limited to 30 friends.
  • Grade 7 and 8 listen for announcements in the coming weeks... Gracias.     
  • Attention 8th grade SGA members: don't forget that you are meeting in the media center TODAY during EXCEL to vote for your 8th grade vice president. 
  • Attention 4th, 5th, and 7th period students in Ms. Brown's classes. Please see Mrs. Avila-Miller during Now Reading today in room 150 if you have any questions. Be prompt. You will be given a pass to your now reading class.

 


 10/8/19  

 

 

  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is today. Please make a note in your agenda books.  All members must attend the first meeting.  
  • Imagine this! You are in Florida, swimming with dolphins while in MoCo it is still cold and snowy. A wonderful STEM trip is planned in March to Key Largo, Florida which will include dolphins and visiting the Everglades and much more.
  • A parent meeting is planned for October 17 at 6:30pm. For more info, please email Mrs Levenson. Merav_H_Levenson@mcpsmd.org .
  • Attention all students! Do you like French language, French Canadian food and folklore, or travel? Have you always wanted to explore a hotel made of ice, eat breakfast in a castle, go dog-sledding and snow-shoeing, or just experience a new culture? Join us for an amazing trip to Quebec, Canada this February! We'll do all of the things you just heard, plus comedy improv, living history activities, snow-tubing and much, much more! You don't have to take French to travel with us, but you'll probably learn some while you're there. Parent interest meetings are every Thursday night at 6 pm. See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for more information, and get ready to have a "bon voyage"!
  • To celebrate Hispanic Heritage, come decorate sugar cookies for Días de los Muertos. It is back by popular demand! Join us- Mrs. Saunders-Endictor and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113. This invitation is for Grade 6  in room 113 at SOAR, Friday, October 11. Be prompt.See you this Friday Grade 6. space is limited to 30 friends
  • Grade 7 and 8 listen for announcements in the coming weeks... Gracias.  

 

 

10/7/19

 

  • Robert Frost Middle School will be hosting the AMC 8 math competition on Wednesday November 13th in room 203 from 3:15 until 4:00 pm.  To register, see Mr. Toy in room 203. 
  • A free volleyball clinic will be held on Saturday, October 19th in the Wootton Main Gym for boys and girls grades five through eight who would like to learn some volleyball. The clinic will start at 10:00 A.M. and end at noon. All levels and abilities may participate. Current Wootton volleyball players will be there to help you learn the basics of volleyball. Players will then be grouped by skill level for some game play.  Please register in advance by emailing Coach Mary at mary.malinauskas@mcpsmd.net. For safety, space will be limited to forty players.
  • Imagine this! You are in Florida, swimming with dolphins while in MoCo it is still cold and snowy. A wonderful STEM trip is planned in March to Key Largo, Florida which will include dolphins and visiting the Everglades and much more.
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 8th. Please make a note in your agenda books.  All members must attend the first meeting.  
  • Attention Students interested in being an MC for the Talent Show, you must audition during SOAR on Monday 10/7 in room 232. See Ms. Ashman for the audition script. 
  • Talent Show Performer Auditions have concluded.We are still searching for Tech Crew members. See Ms. Ashman in room 232 ASAP if you are interested in joining the tech crew. Our next Tech Rehearsal is on October 8th.
  • To celebrate Hispanic Heritage, come decorate sugar cookies for Días de los Muertos. It is back by popular demand! Join us- Mrs. Saunders-Endictor and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113. This invitation is for Grade 6  in room 113 at SOAR, Friday, October 11. Be prompt.See you this Friday Grade 6. space is limited to 30 friends
  • Grade 7 and 8 listen for announcements in the coming weeks... Gracias. 
  • With the exception of skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common kind of cancer.
  • Attention all students! Do you like French language, French Canadian food and folklore, or travel? Have you always wanted to explore a hotel made of ice, eat breakfast in a castle, go dog-sledding and snow-shoeing, or just experience a new culture? Join us for an amazing trip to Quebec, Canada this February! We'll do all of the things you just heard, plus comedy improv, living history activities, snow-tubing and much, much more! You don't have to take French to travel with us, but you'll probably learn some while you're there. Parent interest meetings are every Thursday night at 6 pm. See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for more information, and get ready to have a "bon voyage"!

 

10/4/19

 

  • Attention all students interested in joining the Wootton HIgh School Poms Team: The clinics will be held on Wednesday October 2nd, and Thursday October 3rd in the Wooton cafeteria. Participants will get the chance to perform at the Wootton Varsity Football Game on October 4th at 6:15 pm. The fee is forty five dollars per participant. Any student in grades K through 8 are eligible to participate. If you have any questions, please email Lindsay.Roberts@mcpsmd.net. A completed registration form is required. 
  • Cluster Night is October 4th at 6:30 PM!  We hope all the Wootton Cluster schools will come out and support Wootton in a battle against the BCC Barons.  The Pee Wee Poms will perform prior to the game and there will be lots of food and some free giveaways too. Come out and cheer on the Patriots!!!
  • Attention all Frost students. Before school intramurals start this week. Intramurals will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays before school from 7:15am to 8:00am in the gym. Basketball will be the sport offering and all skills and abilities are welcome. An Intramural parent permission form is required and can be picked up in the hallway near the cafeteria.
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 8th. Please make a note in your agenda books.  All members must attend the first meeting.  
  • If you are interested in auditioning to MC the Talent Show please plan to meet with Ms. Ashman in room 232 during Soar on October 7 to audition. Be sure to stop by room 232 before your audition date so that you may ask any questions.
  • Robert Frost Middle School will be hosting the AMC 8 math competition on Wednesday November 13th in room 203 from 3:15 until 4:00 pm.  To register, see Mr. Toy in room 203. 
  • Imagine this! You are in Florida, swimming with dolphins while in MoCo it is still cold and snowy. A wonderful STEM trip is planned in March to Key Largo, Florida which will include dolphins and visiting the Everglades and much more
  • A parent meeting is planned for October 17 at 6:30pm. For more info, please email Mrs Levenson. Merav_H_Levenson@mcpsmd.org .
  • Robert Frost Middle School will be hosting the AMC 8 math competition on Wednesday November 13th in room 203 from 3:15 until 4:00 pm.  To register, see Mr. Toy in room 203. 
  • Attention Students interested in being an MC for the Talent Show, you must audition during SOAR on Monday 10/7 in room 232. See Ms. Ashman for the audition script.
  • A free volleyball clinic will be held on Saturday, October 19th in the Wootton Main Gym for boys and girls grades five through eight who would like to learn some volleyball. The clinic will start at 10:00 A.M. and end at noon. All levels and abilities may participate. Current Wootton volleyball players will be there to help you learn the basics of volleyball. Players will then be grouped by skill level for some game play.  Please register in advance by emailing Coach Mary at mary.malinauskas@mcpsmd.net. For safety, space will be limited to forty players.
  • Buy your yearbooks now before prices increase. Yearbooks are on sale for thirty five dollars through the school website. Buy one now! 
  • Talent Show Performer Auditions have concluded.We are still searching for Tech Crew members. See Ms. Ashman in room 232 ASAP if you are interested in joining the tech crew. Our next Tech Rehearsal is on October 8th.
  • Our annual talent show will be held on Wednesday October 30th at 7pm in the gym. Mark your calendars now so you can come enjoy our show!

 

 

10/3/19

 

  • Attention all Frost students. Before school intramurals start this week. Intramurals will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays before school from 7:15am to 8:00am in the gym. Basketball will be the sport offering and all skills and abilities are welcome. An Intramural parent permission form is required and can be picked up in the hallway near the cafeteria.
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 8th. Please make a note in your agenda books.  All members must attend the first meeting.  
  • If you are interested in auditioning to MC the Talent Show please plan to meet with Ms. Ashman in room 232 during Soar on October 2 or October 7 to audition. Be sure to stop by room 232 before your audition date so that you may ask any questions.
  • Imagine this! You are in Florida, swimming with dolphins while in MoCo it is still cold and snowy. A wonderful STEM trip is planned in March to Key Largo, Florida which will include dolphins and visiting the Everglades and much more.
  • A parent meeting is planned for October 17 at 6:30pm. For more info, please email Mrs Levenson. Merav_H_Levenson@mcpsmd.org .
  • All Wootton Cluster families are invited to Wootton High School Cluster Night, Friday, October, 4th, 2019. There will be special treats while they last. Admission is free to all cluster students. Show your Patriot Pride by wearing Wootton colors: red, white and blue.  Come and support the Wootton players and have lots of fun!
  • Buy your yearbooks now before prices increase. Yearbooks are on sale for thirty five dollars through the school website. Buy one now! 
  • According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, an estimated 268, 600 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be found in women during the year of 2019.

 

10/2/19

 

  • Are you interested in an after school club that helps you to build strong connections, make lasting friendships, and overcome obstacles in and out of school? 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 5k run in November! Come join us each Tuesday and Thursday after school from 3 to 4:30 PM starting September 24th in room 214.Be sure to come ready to run in comfortable clothes and sneakers. You can register for the club on the Girls on the Run website. just search Girls on the Run of MO-CO. 
  • Please see Mrs. Coon in Room 214, or Mrs. Koh in Room 218 if you have any questions.
  • Attention all students interested in joining the Wootton HIgh School Poms Team: The clinics will be held on Wednesday October 2nd, and Thursday October 3rd in the Wooton cafeteria. Participants will get the chance to perform at the Wootton Varsity Football Game on October 4th at 6:15 pm. The fee is forty five dollars per participant. Any student in grades K through 8 are eligible to participate. If you have any questions, please email Lindsay.Roberts@mcpsmd.net. A completed registration form is required. 
  • Attention all Frost students. Before school intramurals start this week. Intramurals will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays before school from 7:15am to 8:00am in the gym. Basketball will be the sport offering and all skills and abilities are welcome. An Intramural parent permission form is required and can be picked up in the hallway near the cafeteria.
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 8th. Please make a note in your agenda books.  All members must attend the first meeting.  
  • If you are interested in auditioning to MC the Talent Show please plan to meet with Ms. Ashman in room 232 during Soar on October 2 or October 7 to audition. Be sure to stop by room 232 before your audition date so that you may ask any questions.
  • Robert Frost Middle School will be hosting the AMC 8 math competition on Wednesday November 13th in room 203 from 3:15 until 4:00 pm.  To register, see Mr. Toy in room 203. 
  • Attention Math Team Members: Our first team meeting will take place this Wednesday, October 2nd immediately after school in room 202. Get ready for another winning season!
  • Imagine this! You are in Florida, swimming with dolphins while in MoCo it is still cold and snowy. A wonderful STEM trip is planned in March to Key Largo, Florida which will include dolphins and visiting the Everglades and much more
  • A parent meeting is planned for October 17 at 6:30pm. For more info, please email Mrs Levenson. Merav_H_Levenson@mcpsmd.org .
  • Attention Students: We have posted the club lists on the Club Bulletin Board right outside of the cafeteria. Please be sure to check the lists for your name, the day of the week your club meets, and the room number where your club meets.  Your name may be listed on more than one club that meets on the same day. You will have to make a decision as to which club you want to attend. The choice is yours to make. Any questions? Stop in at the front office, or ask the listed club sponsor.  
  • Cluster Night is October 4th at 6:30 PM!  We hope all the Wootton Cluster schools will come out and support Wootton in a battle against the BCC Barons.  The Pee Wee Poms will perform prior to the game and there will be lots of food and some free giveaways too. Come out and cheer on the Patriots!
  • A free volleyball clinic will be held on Saturday, October 19th in the Wootton Main Gym for boys and girls grades five through eight who would like to learn some volleyball. The clinic will start at 10:00 A.M. and end at noon. All levels and abilities may participate. Current Wootton volleyball players will be there to help you learn the basics of volleyball. Players will then be grouped by skill level for some game play.  Please register in advance by emailing Coach Mary at mary.malinauskas@mcpsmd.net. For safety, space will be limited to forty players.
  • As Breast Cancer Month continues, did you know that men can get breast cancer too?

 

 

 10/1/19

 

 

  • Attention all students: Got talent? Do you want to share your talent with the Robert Frost community? Sign up to audition for the 2019 Talent Show. See Ms. Ashman in room 232 for more information, and to sign up. Tech crew and MC information will be coming soon. 
  • Attention all Frost students. Before school intramurals start this week. Intramurals will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays before school from 7:15am to 8:00am in the gym. Basketball will be the sport offering and all skills and abilities are welcome. An Intramural parent permission form is required and can be picked up in the hallway near the cafeteria. 
  • Would you like to learn how to program computers? Make your own video games or animations? Test your skills in Scratch, Python, and JavaScript? Coding classes will start on Tuesday October 1st from 3:05pm to 4:30pm in room 215 and continue every Tuesday through the school year. Activity buses will be available to take you home right after. Bring your friends! Sign up at www.PandaProgrammer.com. If you have any more questions, please feel free to stop by our table during the Back to School Night on September 26th. Come code with us while still having fun. See you soon! 
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 8th. Please make a note in your agenda books.  All members must attend the first meeting.   
  • If you are interested in auditioning to MC the Talent Show please plan to meet with Ms. Ashman in room 232 during Soar on October 2 or October 7 to audition. Be sure to stop by room 232 before your audition date so that you may ask any questions. 
  • Imagine this! You are in Florida, swimming with dolphins while in MoCo it is still cold and snowy. A wonderful STEM trip is planned in March to Key Largo, Florida which will include dolphins and visiting the Everglades and much more. 
  • A parent meeting is planned for October 17 at 6:30pm. For more info, please email Mrs Levenson. Merav_H_Levenson@mcpsmd.org. 
  • Attention Math Team Members: Our first team meeting will take place this Wednesday, October 2nd immediately after school in room 202. Get ready for another winning season! 
  • Attention all students interested in joining the Wootton HIgh School Poms Team: The clinics will be held on Wednesday October 2nd, and Thursday October 3rd in the Wooton cafeteria. Participants will get the chance to perform at the Wootton Varsity Football Game on October 4th at 6:15 pm. The fee is forty five dollars per participant. Any student in grades K through 8 are eligible to participate. If you have any questions, please email Lindsay.Roberts@mcpsmd.net. A completed registration form is required.  
  • All Wootton Cluster families are invited to Wootton High School Cluster Night, Friday, October, 4th, 2019. There will be special treats while they last. Admission is free to all cluster students. Show your Patriot Pride by wearing Wootton colors: red, white and blue.  Come and support the Wootton players and have lots of fun! 
  • Buy your yearbooks now before prices increase. Yearbooks are on sale for thirty five dollars through the school website. Buy one now!  
  • Attention all students who applied to Library Helpers Club. We will not meet today! Our first meeting will be on Tuesday Oct. 8th. Please see the list posted outside the Media Center and Cafeteria to see if you have been selected.  
  • Robert Frost Middle School will be hosting the AMC 8 math competition on Wednesday November 13th in room 203 from 3:15 until 4:00 pm.  To register, see Mr. Toy in room 203.  
  • Attention Students: We have posted the club lists on the Club Bulletin Board right outside of the cafeteria. Please be sure to check the lists for your name, the day of the week your club meets, and the room number where your club meets.  Your name may be listed on more than one club that meets on the same day.  You will have to make a decision as to which club you want to attend.  The choice is yours to make.  Any questions? Stop in at the front office, or ask the listed club sponsor.  

 

 

9/30/19

 

  • Are you interested in an after school club that helps you to build strong connections, make lasting friendships, and overcome obstacles in and out of school? 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 5k run in November! Come join us each Tuesday and Thursday after school from 3 to 4:30 PM starting September 24th in room 214.Be sure to come ready to run in comfortable clothes and sneakers. You can register for the club on the Girls on the Run website. just search Girls on the Run of MO-CO. 
  • Please see Mrs. Coon in Room 214, or Mrs. Koh in Room 218 if you have any questions. 
  • Attention all students interested in joining the Wootton HIgh School Poms Team: The clinics will be held on Wednesday October 2nd, and Thursday October 3rd in the Wooton cafeteria. Participants will get the chance to perform at the Wootton Varsity Football Game on October 4th at 6:15 pm. The fee is forty five dollars per participant. Any student in grades K through 8 are eligible to participate. If you have any questions, please email Lindsay.Roberts@mcpsmd.net. A completed registration form is required.  
  • Attention all Frost students. Before school intramurals start this week. Intramurals will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays before school from 7:15am to 8:00am in the gym. Basketball will be the sport offering and all skills and abilities are welcome. An Intramural parent permission form is required and can be picked up in the hallway near the cafeteria. 
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 8th. Please make a note in your agenda books.  All members must attend the first meeting.  
  • A free volleyball clinic will be held on Saturday, October 19th in the Wootton Main Gym for boys and girls grades five through eight who would like to learn some volleyball. The clinic will start at 10:00 A.M. and end at noon. All levels and abilities may participate. Current Wootton volleyball players will be there to help you learn the basics of volleyball. Players will then be grouped by skill level for some game play.  Please register in advance by emailing Coach Mary at mary.malinauskas@mcpsmd.net. For safety, space will be limited to forty players.   
  • Attention students who signed up for the Generations Together after-school club: We will have our first meeting on Wednesday, October 2nd in Room 255. 
  • Attention Math Team Members: Our first team meeting will take place this Wednesday, October 2nd immediately after school in room 202. Get ready for another winning season! 
  • Robert Frost Middle School will be hosting the AMC 8 math competition on Wednesday November 13th in room 203 from 3:15 until 4:00 pm.  To register, see Mr. Toy in room 203.  

 

9/27/19

 

  • Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are 30 dollars and you get 4 FREE icons if you purchase one by the 27th.  
  • All summer S-S-L hours are due by the end of the school day today. You can submit all verification forms to the S-S-L drop box by the cafeteria. If you have any questions about your summer SSL hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room 115.  
  • Attention all students: Got talent? Do you want to share your talent with the Robert Frost community? Sign up to audition for the 2019 Talent Show. See Ms. Ashman in room 232 for more information, and to sign up. Tech crew and MC information will be coming soon. 
  • Attention all Frost students. Before school intramurals start this week. Intramurals will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays before school from 7:15am to 8:00am in the gym. Basketball will be the sport offering and all skills and abilities are welcome. An Intramural parent permission form is required and can be picked up in the hallway near the cafeteria. 
  • Would you like to learn how to program computers? Make your own video games or animations? Test your skills in Scratch, Python, and JavaScript? Coding classes will start on Tuesday October 1st from 3:05pm to 4:30pm in room 215 and continue every Tuesday through the school year. Activity buses will be available to take you home right after. Bring your friends! Sign up at www.PandaProgrammer.com. If you have any more questions, please feel free to stop by our table during the Back to School Night on September 26th. Come code with us while still having fun. See you soon! 
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 8. Please make a note in your agenda books.  All members must attend the first meeting.   
  • Thank you to all who auditioned for the Annual Talent Show. You should be very proud of yourselves! Results will be posted outside of room 232 at 3pm on Friday September 27th. 
  • If you are interested in auditioning to MC the Talent Show please plan to meet with Ms. Ashman in room 232 during Soar on October 2 or October 7 to audition. Be sure to stop by room 232 before your audition date so that you may ask any questions. 
  • Attention students who signed up for the Generations Together after-school club: We will have our first meeting on Wednesday, October 2nd in Room 255. 

 

9/26/19

 

  • Are you interested in an after school club that helps you to build strong connections, make lasting friendships, and overcome obstacles in and out of school? 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 5k run in November! Come join us each Tuesday and Thursday after school from 3 to 4:30 PM starting September 24th in room 214.Be sure to come ready to run in comfortable clothes and sneakers. You can register for the club on the Girls on the Run website. just search Girls on the Run of MO-CO.  
  •  Please see Mrs. Coon in Room 214, or Mrs. Koh in Room 218 if you have any questions.

 

 

  • After a cool winter in MoCo, going to sunny and warm Florida to swim with the dolphins sounds oh, so cool. Before back to school night, Parents can stop by to learn about this amazing STEM trip opportunity to the sunshine state in the spring. There will be an information table set up with freebies. Stop by and say hi. 
  • Buy your yearbooks now before prices increase. Yearbooks are on sale for thirty five dollars through the school website. Buy one now!  
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 8th. Please make a note in your agenda books.  All members must attend the first meeting. 
  • All summer SSL hours are due by the end of the school day tomorrow, September 27th. You can submit all verification forms to the S-S-L drop box by the cafeteria. If you have any questions about your summer S-S-L hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room 115. 
  • Attention all students interested in joining the Wootton HIgh School Poms Team: The clinics will be held on Wednesday October 2nd, and Thursday October 3rd in the Wooton cafeteria. Participants will get the chance to perform at the Wootton Varsity Football Game on October 4th at 6:15 pm. The fee is forty five dollars per participant. Any student in grades K through 8 are eligible to participate. If you have any questions, please email Lindsay.Roberts@mcpsmd.net. A completed registration form is required.  
  • Attention all students: Got talent? Do you want to share your talent with the Robert Frost community? Sign up to audition for the 2019 Talent Show. See Ms. Ashman in room 232 for more information, and to sign up. Tech crew and MC information will be coming soon. 
  • Attention all Frost students. Before school intramurals start this week. Intramurals will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays before school from 7:15am to 8:00am in the gym. Basketball will be the sport offering and all skills and abilities are welcome. An Intramural parent permission form is required and can be picked up in the hallway near the cafeteria. 
  • Attention students who signed up for the Generations Together after-school club: We will have our first meeting on Wednesday, October 2nd in Room 255.   

 

9/25/19

 

  • After a cool winter in MoCo, going to sunny and warm Florida to swim with the dolphins sounds oh, so cool. Before back to school night, Parents can stop by to learn about this amazing STEM trip opportunity to the sunshine state in the spring. There will be an information table set up with freebies. Stop by and say hi. 
  • Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are 30 dollars and you get 4 FREE icons if you purchase one by the 27th.  
  • All summer SSL hours are due this Friday, September 27th. You can submit all verification forms to the S-S-L drop box by the cafeteria. If you have any questions about your summer S-S-L hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room 115.  
  • Attention all students: Got talent? Do you want to share your talent with the Robert Frost community? Sign up to audition for the 2019 Talent Show. See Ms. Ashman in room 232 for more information, and to sign up. Tech crew and MC information will be coming soon. 
  • Attention all Frost students. Before school intramurals start this week. Intramurals will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays before school from 7:15am to 8:00am in the gym. Basketball will be the sport offering and all skills and abilities are welcome. An Intramural parent permission form is required and can be picked up in the hallway near the cafeteria. 
  • Would you like to learn how to program computers? Make your own video games or animations? Test your skills in Scratch, Python, and JavaScript? Coding classes will start on Tuesday October 1st from 3:05pm to 4:30pm in room 215 and continue every Tuesday through the school year. Activity buses will be available to take you home right after. Bring your friends! Sign up at www.PandaProgrammer.com. If you have any more questions, please feel free to stop by our table during the Back to School Night on September 26th. Come code with us while still having fun. See you soon. 

 


9/24/19

 

  • Are you interested in an after school club that helps you to build strong connections, make lasting friendships, and overcome obstacles in and out of school? 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 5k run in November! Come join us each Tuesday and Thursday after school from 3 to 4:30 PM starting September 24th in room 214.Be sure to come ready to run in comfortable clothes and sneakers. You can register for the club on the Girls on the Run website. just search Girls on the Run of MO-CO.  
  • Please see Mrs. Coon in Room 214, or Mrs. Koh in Room 218 if you have any questions.
  • After a cool winter in MoCo, going to sunny and warm Florida to swim with the dolphins sounds oh, so cool. Before back to school night, Parents can stop by to learn about this amazing STEM trip opportunity to the sunshine state in the spring. There will be an information table set up with freebies. Stop by and say hi. 
  • Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are 30 dollars and you get 4 FREE icons if you purchase one by the 27th.  
  • All summer SSL hours are due this Friday, September 27th. You can submit all verification forms to the S-S-L drop box by the cafeteria. If you have any questions about your summer S-S-L hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room 115.  
  • In September and October, we will be recognizing and celebrating Hispanic Heritage. We have some cool activities back by popular demand this year. Stay tuned for days, times, and locations by grade level. Have an idea you want to explore? See Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 255 during SOAR. Gracias. 
  • Attention all students interested in joining the Wootton High School Poms Team: The clinics will be held on Wednesday October 2nd, and Thursday October 3rd in the Wooton cafeteria. Participants will get the chance to perform at the Wootton Varsity Football Game on October 4th at 6:15 pm. The fee is forty five dollars per participant. Any student in grades K through 8 are eligible to participate. If you have any questions, please email Lindsay.Roberts@mcpsmd.net. A completed registration form is required.  

 

9/23/19

 

  •  Attention all students, got talent? Do you want to share your talent with the Robert Frost community? Sign up to audition for the 2019 Talent Show. See Ms. Ashman in room 232 for more information and to sign up. Tech crew and MC information will be coming soon. 
  • Are you interested in an after school club that helps you to build strong connections, make lasting friendships, and overcome obstacles in and out of school? 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 5k run in November! Come join us each Tuesday and Thursday after school from 3 to 4:30 PM starting September 24th in room 214.Be sure to come ready to run in comfortable clothes and sneakers. You can register for the club on the Girls on the Run website. just search Girls on the Run of MO-CO. Please see Mrs. Coon in Room 214, or Mrs. Koh in Room 218 if you have any questions. 
  • After a cool winter in MoCo, going to sunny and warm Florida to swim with the dolphins sounds oh, so cool. Before back to school night, Parents can stop by to learn about this amazing STEM trip opportunity to the sunshine state in the spring. There will be an information table set up with freebies. Stop by and say hi. 
  • Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are 30 dollars and you get 4 FREE icons if you purchase one by the 27th.  
  • All summer SSL hours are due this Friday, September 27th. You can submit all verification forms to the S-S-L drop box by the cafeteria. If you have any questions about your summer S-S-L hours, please contact Ms. Warner in room 115.  
  • In September and October, we will be recognizing and celebrating Hispanic Heritage. We have some cool activities back by popular demand this year. Stay tuned for days, times, and locations by grade level. Have an idea you want to explore? See Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 255 during SOAR. Gracias.