Robert Frost Middle School

 

11/19/18

  • Need homework help? Then call Homework Hotline Live. With H-H-L, you get FREE after-school homework help from M-C-P-S teachers. You can call the LIVE TV show at 301-279-3234. You can also send a question online via text or e-mail. When school is in session, watch teachers answer your homework questions live on MCPS-TV from 4:30 to 6 pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. You can get online help from 6 to 9 pm on Monday through Thursday. Go to Ask H-H-L dot org for more info and to download the free HHL app!
  • The PTSA is hosting a restaurant night fundraiser at Cheeburger Cheeburger on Monday November 19th from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Come out and support the PTSA and twenty percent of sales from those showing our flyer will come back to the PTSA. If you forget your flyer, no problem. just let them know at the restaurant that you are there for our fundraiser, and they will give you one. We also have flyers in the Main Office for your convenience.
  • Hungry at the end of a long day at Frost? Not to worry! Bring some money to purchase snacks and water for a dollar in the cafeteria after school on Tuesday, November 27th; Wednesday, November 28th; and Thursday November 29th. The Model United Nations Club is hosting the fundraiser. Hope to see you there! Have any questions? Please see Mrs. Avila Miller.
  • There will be intramurals in the gym due to the holiday on Thursday 

 

11/16/18  

 

  • The PTSA is hosting a restaurant night fundraiser at Cheeburger Cheeburger on Monday November 19th from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Come out and support the PTSA and twenty percent of sales from those showing our flyer will come back to the PTSA. If you forget your flyer, no problem. Just let them know at the restaurant that you are there for our fundraiser, and they will give you one. We also have flyers in the Main Office for your convenience.
  • The PTSA is hosting a restaurant night fundraiser at Cheeburger Cheeburger on Monday November 19th from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Come out and support the PTSA and twenty percent of sales from those showing our flyer will come back to the PTSA. If you forget your flyer, no problem. just let them know at the restaurant that you are there for our fundraiser, and they will give you one. We also have flyers in the Main Office for your convenience.

 

11/15/18  

 

  •  Attention Frost Students: Frost is having a Mental Health Awareness Poster Contest! The theme this year is: Each One Trust One.There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes for each grade level. Various mediums are accepted including computer graphics, drawing, and painting. Include your first Name, last name and grade level. Please stop by Mrs. Endicter's room, 113, during SOAR to get your 18 by 24 white poster paper. All winning posters will be displayed throughout the school. Please submit entries to MRS. ENDICTER's ART room by Friday, November 16.  Winners will be announced soon after! Just remember: One trusted adult can make a positive difference in your life.
  • What did the turkey eat on Thanksgiving? Nothing- he was already stuffed!! HAHA! Don't forget to bring in your canned goods or cash donation to your PE Teacher for the City of Rockville Holiday Food Drive. The Turkey Trot is tomorrow! Don't forget to bring in your canned goods or cash donation to your PE Teacher for the City of Rockville Holiday Food Drive. The Turkey Trot is tomorrow!

 

 

  • SGA members: don't forget, we have a meeting today after school in room 105.
  • The PTSA is hosting a restaurant night fundraiser at Cheeburger Cheeburger on Monday November 19th from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Come out and support the PTSA and twenty percent of sales from those showing our flyer will come back to the PTSA. If you forget your flyer, no problem. Just let them know at the restaurant that you are there for our fundraiser, and they will give you one. We also have flyers in the Main Office for your convenience.
  • The class colors for the turkey trot are: blue for 6th grade, red for 7th grade, and white for 8th grade.
  • SGA members: don't forget, we have a meeting today after school in room 105.
  • The PTSA is hosting a restaurant night fundraiser at Cheeburger Cheeburger on Monday November 19th from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Come out and support the PTSA and twenty percent of sales from those showing our flyer will come back to the PTSA. If you forget your flyer, no problem. just let them know at the restaurant that you are there for our fundraiser, and they will give you one. We also have flyers in the Main Office for your convenience.

 

 

11/14/18  

 

  • Attention members of Generations Together: Remember, you need to submit your proof of flu vaccination to Mr. Anton or Ms. Gibbs, before you can visit visit the Village of Rockville again.
  • Attention Frost Students: Frost is having a Mental Health Awareness Poster Contest! The theme this year is: Each One Trust One.There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes for each grade level. Various mediums are accepted including computer graphics, drawing, and painting. Include your first Name, last name and grade level. Please stop by Mrs. Endicter's room, 113, during SOAR to get your 18 by 24 white poster paper. All winning posters will be displayed throughout the school. Please submit entries to MRS. ENDICTER's ART room by Friday, November 16.  Winners will be announced soon after! Just remember: One trusted adult can make a positive difference in your life.
  • What's a turkey's favorite dessert? Peach Gobbler!! HAHA! Don't forget to bring in your canned goods or cash donation to your PE Teacher for the City of Rockville Holiday Food Drive.   The Turkey Trot is this Friday! Don't forget to bring in your canned goods or cash donation to your PE Teacher for the City of Rockville Holiday Food Drive.   The Turkey Trot is this Friday!
  • Attention Robert Frost Jazz Band Members, please be sure to come to our next rehearsal on November 14th in room 233.
  • For those students who registered for the A-M-C 8 competition: Please remember that the event will be held on Wednesday, November 14 in room 203, from 3:15 until approximately 4:00 pm with Mr. Toy. He looks forward to seeing you there.
  • The Spelling Bee Club will be meeting today in Room 252 after school. Be there or be S-Q-U-A-R-E!

 

 

 

11/13/19  

 

  • Attention members of Generations Together: Remember, you need to submit your proof of flu vaccination to Mr. Anton or Ms. Gibbs, before you can visit the Village of Rockville again.
  • Attention students and staff: Makeup picture day is November 13th. Picture forms are available in the main office. If you did not have your picture taken, this is the day for makeups. Please remember that November 13th is makeup picture day.
  • Attention Frost Students: Frost is having a Mental Health Awareness Poster Contest! The theme this year is: Each One Trust One. There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes for each grade level. Various mediums are accepted including computer graphics, drawing, and painting. Include your first Name, last name and grade level. Please stop by Mrs. Endicter's room, 113, during SOAR to get your 18 by 24 white poster paper. All winning posters will be displayed throughout the school. Please submit entries to MRS. ENDICTER's ART room by Friday, November 16.  Winners will be announced soon after! Just remember: One trusted adult can make a positive difference in your life.
  •  Can a turkey jump higher than the Empire State Building? Yes! A building can't jump at all! HAHA! Don't forget to bring in your canned goods or cash donation to your PE Teacher for the City of Rockville Holiday Food Drive.   The Turkey Trot is this Friday!
  • Attention Robert Frost Jazz Band Members, please be sure to come to our next rehearsal on November 14th in room 233
  • For those students who registered for the A-M-C 8 competition: Please remember that the event will be held on Wednesday, November 14 in room 203, from 3:15 until approximately 4:00 pm with Mr. Toy. He looks forward to seeing you there.

 

11/12/18  

  •  Attention members of Generations Together: Remember, you need to submit your proof of flu vaccination to Mr. Anton or Ms. Gibbs, before you can visit visit the Village of Rockville again
  • Attention students and staff: Makeup picture day is November 13th. Picture forms are available in the main office. If you did not have your picture taken, this is the day for makeups. Please remember that November 13th is makeup picture day.
  • Need homework help?  Then call Homework Hotline Live or HHL for short.  With HHL, you get FREE after-school homework help from MCPS teachers.  You can call the LIVE TV show at 301-279-3234 OR send a question online via text or e-mail.  When school is in session, watch teachers answer your homework questions live on MCPS-TV from 4:30 to 6 pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. And you can get online help from 6 to 9 pm on Monday through Thursday.  Go to Ask H-H-L dot org for more info and to download the free HHL app!
  • Attention Frost Students: Frost is having a Mental Health Awareness Poster Contest! The theme this year is: Each One Trust One.There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes for each grade level. Various mediums are accepted including computer graphics, drawing, and painting. Include your first Name, last name and grade level. Please stop by Mrs. Endicter's room, 113, during SOAR to get your 18 by 24 white poster paper. All winning posters will be displayed throughout the school. Please submit entries to MRS. ENDICTER's ART room by Friday, November 16.  Winners will be announced soon after! Just remember: One trusted adult can make a positive difference in your life.
  • Why did the turkey cross the road twice? 
  • To prove he wasn't chicken!!! HAHA! Don't forget to bring in your canned goods or cash donation to your PE Teacher for the City of Rockville Holiday Food Drive.
  • Attention Robert Frost Jazz Band Members, please be sure to come to our next rehearsal on November 14th in room 233

 

11/10/18  

 

  •  Attention members of Generations Together: Remember, you need to submit your proof of flu vaccination to Mr. Anton or Ms. Gibbs, before you can visit visit the Village of Rockville again.
  • What's the best dance to do on Thanksgiving? The turkey trot! HAHA! That's right-- it's time for the annual RFMS Turkey Trot!  The turkey trot will be held on Friday, November 16th during school.  Our goal is to bring in $3500 in cash and 3000 cans to your PE Teacher for the City of Rockville Holiday Food Drive.  If you are interested in running sign up for the run with your PE teacher.
  • Attention Robert Frost Jazz Band Members, please be sure to come to our next rehearsal on November 14th in room 23

 

 

11/9/18  

  • Attention students and staff: Makeup picture day is November 13th. Picture forms are available in the main office. If you did not have your picture taken, this is the day for makeups. Please remember that November 13th is makeup picture day
  • Attention Frost Students: Frost is having a Mental Health Awareness Poster Contest! The theme this year is: Each One Trust One.There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes for each grade level. Various mediums are accepted including computer graphics, drawing, and painting. Include your first Name, last name and grade level. Please stop by Mrs. Endicter's room, 113, during SOAR to get your 18 by 24 white poster paper. All winning posters will be displayed throughout the school. Please submit entries to MRS. ENDICTER's ART room by Friday, November 16.  Winners will be announced soon after! Just remember: One trusted adult can make a positive difference in your life.
  • Attention members of Generations Together: Remember, you need to submit your proof of flu vaccination to Mr. Anton or Ms. Gibbs, before you can visit visit the Village of Rockville again.
  • Attention Robert Frost Jazz Band Members, please be sure to come to our next rehearsal on November 14th in room 233
  • What's the best dance to do on Thanksgiving? (Pause):  The turkey trot! HAHA! That's right-- it's time for the annual RFMS Turkey Trot!  The turkey trot will be held on Friday, November 16th during school.  Our goal is to bring in $3500 in cash and 3000 cans to your PE Teacher for the City of Rockville Holiday FoodDrive.  If you are interested in running sign up for the run with your PE teacher..

 

11/8/18

 

  • National STEM / STEAM Day arrives on November 8, bringing with it a focus on the incredibly important, and engaging subjects of science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics. Why is S.T.E.M./S.T.E.A.M. so important, now more than ever before? It's all around us and shapes our everyday experiences. The U.S. Labor Department's predicts that the ten fastest growing occupations will be S.T.E.M/S.T.E.A.M. careers. An interest in these jobs early on can lead to success later on in life. Tune in to Discovery Education with your MCPS student login to explore events, virtual field trips, and activities to celebrate National STEM / STEAM Day!
  • Attention members of Generations Together: Remember, you need to submit your proof of flu vaccination to Mr. Anton or Ms. Gibbs, before you can visit visit the Village of Rockville again.
  • Attention students and staff: Makeup picture day is November 13th. Picture forms are available in the main office. If you did not have your picture taken, this is the day for makeups. Please remember that November 13th is makeup picture day.
  • Attention Frost Students: Frost is having a Mental Health Awareness Poster Contest! The theme this year is: Each One Trust One.There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes for each grade level. Various mediums are accepted including computer graphics, drawing, and painting. Include your first Name, last name and grade level. Please stop by Mrs. Endicter's room, 113, during SOAR to get your 18 by 24 white poster paper. All winning posters will be displayed throughout the school. Please submit entries to MRS. ENDICTER's ART room by Friday, November 16.  Winners will be announced soon after! Just remember: One trusted adult can make a positive difference in your life.
  • The next Newspaper Club's meeting will be on Thursday, Nov. 8. Staff members are encouraged to complete an article before the next meeting. Thank you!
  • National STEM / STEAM Day arrives on November 8, bringing with it a focus on the incredibly important, and engaging subjects of science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics. Why is S.T.E.M./S.T.E.A.M. so important, now more than ever before? It's all around us and shapes our everyday experiences. The U.S. Labor Department's predicts that the ten fastest growing occupations will be S.T.E.M/S.T.E.A.M. careers. An interest in these jobs early on can lead to success later on in life. Tune in to Discovery Education with your MCPS student login to explore events, virtual field trips, and activities to celebrate National STEM / STEAM Day.
  • Calling all Student Ambassadors...we need more students. Please see Ms. Douglas today if you'd like to help on parent conference day next Monday for the 2nd shift of 3:00-5:30 PM.
  • Attention members of Generations Together: Remember, you need to submit your proof of flu vaccination to Mr. Anton or Ms. Gibbs, before you can visit visit the Village of Rockville again.

 


 

11/7/18  

 

  • The next Newspaper Club's meeting will be on Thursday, Nov. 8. Staff members are encouraged to complete an article before the next meeting. Thank you!
  • Attention students and staff: Makeup picture day is November 13th. Picture forms are available in the main office. If you did not have your picture taken, this is the day for makeups. Please remember that November 13th is makeup picture day.
  • Attention Frost Students: Frost is having a Mental Health Awareness Poster Contest! The theme this year is: Each One Trust One.There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes for each grade level. Various mediums are accepted including computer graphics, drawing, and painting. Include your first Name, last name and grade level. Please stop by Mrs. Endicter's room, 113, during SOAR to get your 18 by 24 white poster paper. All winning posters will be displayed throughout the school. Please submit entries to MRS. ENDICTER's ART room by Friday, November 16.  Winners will be announced soon after! Just remember: One trusted adult can make a positive difference in your life.

 

11/6/18

 

  • The next Newspaper Club's meeting will be on Thursday, Nov. 8. Staff members are encouraged to complete an article before the next meeting. Thank you!
  • Attention Frost students and parents - There will be a Parent Interest Meeting tomorrow, November 7, at 7:00 pm in the Media Center for the upcoming China Trip. We have packets in the main office with the trip information.   
  • Attention students and staff: Makeup picture day is November 13th. Picture forms are available in the main office. If you did not have your picture taken, this is the day for makeups. Please remember that November 13th is makeup picture day.
  • Attention Frost Students: Frost is having a Mental Health Awareness Poster Contest! The theme this year is: Each One Trust One.There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes for each grade level. Various mediums are accepted including computer graphics, drawing, and painting. Include your first Name, last name and grade level. Please stop by Mrs. Endicter's room, 113, during SOAR to get your 18 by 24 white poster paper. All winning posters will be displayed throughout the school. Please submit entries to MRS. ENDICTER's ART room by Friday, November 16.  Winners will be announced soon after! Just remember: One trusted adult can make a positive difference in your life.

 


 

11/2/18

 

  • Attention Frost students and parents - There will be a Parent Interest Meeting on November 7, at 7:00 pm in the Media Center for the upcoming China Trip.  We have packets in the main office with the trip information.    
  • The next Newspaper Club's meeting will be on Thursday, Nov. 8. Staff members are encouraged to complete an article before the next meeting. Thank you! 
  • Attention students and staff: Makeup picture day is November 13th. Picture forms are available in the main office. If you did not have your picture taken, this is the day for makeups. Please remember that November 13th is makeup picture day. 
  • There will be an information meeting in the gym on Friday, November 2nd during Soar for all girls interested in playing basketball this school year. Please see mrs. Reisch if you have any questions. 
  • Attention Frost Students: Frost is having a Mental Health Awareness Poster Contest! The theme this year is: Each One Trust One.There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes for each grade level. Various mediums are accepted including computer graphics, drawing, and painting. Include your first Name, last name and grade level. Please stop by Mrs. Endicter’s room, 113, during SOAR to get your 18 by 24 white poster paper. All winning posters will be displayed throughout the school. Please submit entries to MRS. ENDICTER's ART room by Friday, November 16.  Winners will be announced soon after! Just remember: One trusted adult can make a positive difference in your life. 
  • WOOHOO! We have 12 registered for the 2019 STEM trip to California. Don't miss out on a great trip. There is still space available. Contact Worldstrides today! 
  • If you haven't yet, don't forget to buy your yearbooks before prices go up! 
  • Yearbooks can be bought through the school website. Click on "Buy a Yearbook" on the left-side column on the homepage, or go to the following site: 

 

https://www.jostens.com/Robert-Frost-Middle-School

 

  • Attention students and staff: Makeup picture day is November 13th. Picture forms are available in the main office. If you did not have your picture taken, this is the day for makeups. Please remember that November 13th is makeup picture day. 

 

 

11/1/18

  • Attention Frost students and parents - There will be a Parent Interest Meeting on November 7, at 7:00 pm in the Media Center for the upcoming China Trip.  We have packets in the main office with the trip information.
  • The next Newspaper Club's meeting will be on Thursday, Nov. 8. Staff members are encouraged to complete an article before the next meeting. Thank you!
  • Attention students and staff: Makeup picture day is November 13th. Picture forms are available in the main office. If you did not have your picture taken, this is the day for makeups. Please remember that November 13th is makeup picture day.
  • There will be an information meeting in the gym on Friday, November 2nd during Soar for all girls interested in playing basketball this school year. Please see mrs. Reisch if you have any questions.
  • Attention Frost Students: Frost is having a Mental Health Awareness Poster Contest! The theme this year is: Each One Trust One. There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes for each grade level. Various mediums are accepted including computer graphics, drawing, and painting. Include your first Name, last name and grade level. Please stop by Mrs. Endicter's room, 113, during SOAR to get your 18 by 24 white poster paper. All winning posters will be displayed throughout the school. Please submit entries to MRS. ENDICTER's ART room by Friday, November 16.  Winners will be announced soon after! Just remember: One trusted adult can make a positive difference in your life.
  • Hola estudiantes de Robert Frost! The last activity for Hispanic Heritage Month, will be in Media Center after school Friday November 2. Coco the movie will be showing. Pick up permission slips in the Media Center and turn in by Friday Nov. 2 completed with a parent signature. We still have space and would love to see you there. A special treat will be served. Hope to see you there!
  • WOOHOO! We have 12 registered for the 2019 STEM trip to California. Don't miss out on a great trip. There is still space available. Contact World Strides today!

 

10/31/18

 

  • If you haven't yet, don't forget to buy your yearbooks before prices go up! 

Yearbooks can be bought through the school website. Click on "Buy a Yearbook" on the left-side column on the homepage, or go to the following site:
https://www.jostens.com/Robert-Frost-Middle-School  

 

 

  • Attention Frost students and parents - There will be a Parent Interest Meeting on November 7, at 7:00 pm in the Media Center for the upcoming China Trip.  We have packets in the main office with the trip information.
  • The next Newspaper Club's meeting will be on Thursday, Nov. 8. Staff members are encouraged to complete an article before the next meeting. Thank you
  • Hola estudiantes de Robert Frost! As we wrap up our festivities with Hispanic Heritage Month, please join Mrs. Schmidt and Mrs. Avila-Miller in the Media Center after school Friday November 2. Coco the movie will be showing. Pick up permission slips in the Media Center and turn in as soon as possible completed with a parent signature. There is a 75 student limit. A special treat will be served. Hope to see you there!
  • Can't find a good book in the media center? Why not write one! Take the National Novel Writing Month Challenge! NaNoWriMo permission slips                                                                                                     are due by October 31st to Mrs. Schmidt or Ms. Kittrie in the Media Center.
  • This week is spirit week! Tomorrow, wear your favorite hat or dress your hair up to show that it's crazy to do drugs! Check the signs around the school to see what's next for spirit week! 
  • Today is the last day to donate your spare change to UNICEF. Remember - the class the generates the most in donations will win a prize!
  • WOOHOO! we have 10 spots filled for the 2019 STEM trip to California. There are still spaces available. Contact World Strides TODAY!
  • Attention students and staff: Makeup picture day is November 13th. Picture forms are available in the main office. If you did not have your picture taken, this is the day for makeups. Please remember that November 13th is makeup picture day.
  • We have some late breaking news this morning: there will be an information meeting in the gym on friday, november 2nd during soar. Please see mrs reisch if you have any questions.

 


 

10/30/18  

 

 

  •  Attention A Capella Club members! We will be meeting in Room 231 after school, not in Room 101 as originally announced.
  • If you haven't yet, don't forget to buy your yearbooks before prices go up! 
  • Yearbooks can be bought through the school website. Click on "Buy a Yearbook" on the left-side column on the homepage, or go to the following site: 

 

https://www.jostens.com/Robert-Frost-Middle-School  

 

  • Attention Frost students and parents - There will be a Parent Interest Meeting on November 7, at 7:00 pm in the Media Center for the upcoming China Trip.  We have packets in the main office with the trip information.
  • The next Newspaper Club's meeting will be on Thursday, Nov. 8. Staff members are encouraged to complete an article before the next meeting. Thank you!
  • Thank you for everyone who attended the Yearbook Club's first meeting. Our next meeting will be today, Tuesday, Oct. 30. Don't forget to attend.   
  • Hola estudiantes de Robert Frost! As we wrap up our festivities with Hispanic Heritage Month, please join Mrs. Schmidt and Mrs. Avila-Miller in the Media Center after school Friday November 2. Coco the movie will be showing. Pick up permission slips in the Media Center and turn in as soon as possible completed with a parent signature. There is a 75 student limit. A special treat will be served. Hope to see you there!
  • The last day to donate your spare change to UNICEF is tomorrow, Wednesday, October 31! Remember - the class the generates the most in donations will win a prize!
  • WOOHOO! we have 10 spots filled for the 2019 STEM trip to California. There are still spaces available. Contact World Strides TODAY!
  • Attention students and staff: Makeup picture day is November 13th. Picture forms are available in the main office. If you did not have your picture taken, this is the day for makeups. Please remember that November 13th is makeup picture day.
  • This week is spirit week! Tomorrow, say BOO to drugs and wear your Halloween costume! Keep in mind that costumes should be safe, should pose no danger to others, and should be safe to move around in. That means no weapons of any type and no masks! Check the signs around the school to see what's next for spirit week!
  •  Students who choose to wear a costume to school tomorrow, Wednesday, 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

* Masks are not to be worn in the classroom

 

  • Thank you for your cooperation
  • Can't find a good book in the media center? Why not write one! 
  • Take the National Novel Writing Month Challenge! NaNoWriMo permission slips are due by tomorrow, October 31st to Mrs. Schmidt or Ms. Kittrie in the Media Center.

 

 

  • After school algebra support with Mr. Toy is canceled for today, October 30th.
  • The Yearbook Club is cancelled today. Sorry for the inconvenience. The next meeting will be Tuesday, Nov. 6th. Please see Ms. Lee if you have any questions.
  • Congratulations to Rishi Iyer, a 7th grader who recently was awarded a scholarship to attend the Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop. The award included a $500 scholarship, travel, and registration to attend The Power of Synergy Symposium. Rishi also received a special tour of the space center by a NASA employee.  Rishi, congratulations, we are proud of you!

 

 

10/29/18  

 

  •  Need homework help?  Then call Homework Hotline Live or HHL for short.  With HHL, you get FREE after-school homework help from MCPS teachers.  You can call the LIVE TV show at 301-279-3234 OR send a question online via text or e-mail.  When school is in session, watch teachers answer your homework questions live on MCPS-TV from 4:30 to 6 pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. And you can get online help from 6 to 9 pm on Monday through Thursday.  Go to Ask H-H-L dot org for more info and to download the free HHL app!
  • If you haven't yet, don't forget to buy your yearbooks before prices go up! 
  • Yearbooks can be bought through the school website. Click on "Buy a Yearbook" on the left-side column on the homepage, or go to the following site: 

 

https://www.jostens.com/Robert-Frost-Middle-School  

 

  • Attention Frost students and parents - There will be a Parent Interest Meeting on November 7, at 7:00 pm in the Media Center for the upcoming China Trip.  We have packets in the main office with the trip information.
  • The next Newspaper Club's meeting will be on Thursday, Nov. 8. Staff members are encouraged to complete an article before the next meeting. Thank you!
  • Thank you for everyone who attended the Yearbook Club's first meeting. Our next meeting will be tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct. 30. Don't forget to attend.
  • This week is spirit week! Tomorrow, show that you're 'too smart for drugs' and wear your college shirt. If you don't have a college shirt, wear a jersey or a different team shirt. Check the signs around the school to see what's next for spirit week!
  • The last day to donate your spare change to UNICEF is Wednesday, October 31! Remember - the class the generates the most in donations will win a prize!
  • Students who choose to wear a costume to school on Wednesday, October 31st, should adhere to the following safety guidelines: safety is the number one priority when making or choosing a costume, therefore weapons and simulations 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. And masks are not to be worn in the classroom. Thank you for your cooperation. 
  • WOOHOO! we have 10 spots filled for the 2019 STEM trip to California. There are still spaces available. Contact World-Strides TODAY!

 

 

  • Hola estudiantes de Robert Frost! As we wrap up our festivities for Hispanic Heritage Month, please join Mrs. Schmidt and Mrs. Avila-Miller in the Media Center after school Friday November 2. Coco the movie will be shown. Pick up permission slips in the Media Center, and turn them in with a parent signature as soon as possible. There is a seventy-five student limit. A special treat will be served. Hope to see you there!
  • Attention students and staff: Makeup picture day is November 13th. Picture forms are available in the main office. If you did not have your picture taken, this is the day for makeups. Please remember that November 13th is makeup picture day.
  • Are you interested in French language or French-speaking cultures? Join your fellow fans of French on a trip to Quebec City this February 14th to 18th, and watch the language come to life! We'll explore the history, culture, and food of French-speaking Canada; take in North America's largest and oldest Winter Carnival; try dog-sledding & snow-shoeing; make our own maple butter; and even tour a hotel made entirely of ice and snow! See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for an info packet with more details.
  • This past weekend, our nation mourned, and continues to mourn for 11 innocent lives that were taken away while worshipping at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.  Additionally, two more innocent lives were taken while shopping at a Kroger grocery store in Kentucky.  Further ore, our nation trembles as we heard about the numerous mail bombs sent to former presidents and other citizen o four county.  At the center of these senseless crimes is hate.  Hate has never won.  Choose to WIN with love-Love for ourselves and Love for each other.  At this time, please join me for a moment of silence.  Thank you.

 

10/25/18  

 

  •  Today is the day to register for your 2019 California STEM trip!  If you have questions see Mrs. Woo in room 216.  Pick up a flyer or visit World Strides online to sign up.
  • Social studies classes will be collecting money to donate to UNICEF which is a fundraiser that helps people all around the world. Listen for your SGA representative to give you more information!
  • Greetings 6th graders: We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endicter and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 for various arts and crafts activities. We will meet during SOAR Monday Oct. 22, Wednesday Oct.24, and Friday Oct.26. The capacity is 30 students on a first come, first serve basis. The experience will be awesome. ¡Gracias!
  • The Newspaper Club's first meeting has been postponed to Oct. 25th. Please make a change in your calendars to attend the meeting after school on October 25th in room 212.  
  • If you haven't yet, don't forget to buy your yearbooks before prices go up! 

 

Yearbooks can be bought through the school website. Click on "Buy a Yearbook" on the left-side column on the homepage, or go to the following site:
https://www.jostens.com/Robert-Frost-Middle-School  

 

  • Be Kind. Promote positive behaviors such as respect, responsibility, and kindness around you in common areas, such as hallways, cafeterias, locker rooms, and playgrounds. Prevent negative behaviors such as bullying and harassment. Work together with peers to stand up to a bully, encourage them to reach out to lonely or excluded peers, promote acts of kindness, and seek the availability of adult support
  • Attention Frost students and parents - There will be a Parent Interest Meeting on November 7, at 7:00 pm in the Media Center for the upcoming China Trip.  We have packets in the main office with the trip information.  
  • Thank you for everyone who attended the Yearbook Club's first meeting. Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Don't forget to attend.
  • Hola estudiantes de Robert Frost! As we wrap up our festivities for Hispanic Heritage Month, please join Mrs. Schmidt and Mrs. Avila-Miller in the Media Center after school Friday November 2. Coco the movie will be shown. Pick up permission slips in the Media Center, and turn them in with a parent signature as soon as possible. There is a seventy-five student limit. A special treat will be served. Hope to see you there!
  • Red Ribbon Week begins next week! Take a stand against drugs and alcohol, and show your support for a drug-free school, by participating in our spirit days next week. On Monday, we are going to 'put drugs to bed' by wearing pajamas! Please check the signs around the school, and tune in to Frost Byte News to see what the other spirit days will entail.

 

 

 10/25/18

 

  • Today is the day to register for your 2019 California STEM trip!  If you have questions see Mrs. Woo in room 216. Pick up a flyer or visit World Strides online to sign up.
  • Social studies classes will be collecting money to donate to UNICEF which is a fundraiser that helps people all around the world. Listen for your SGA representative to give you more information!
  • Greetings 6th graders: We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endicter and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 for various arts and crafts activities. We will meet during SOAR Monday Oct. 22, Wednesday Oct.24, and Friday Oct.26. The capacity is 30 students on a first come, first serve basis. The experience will be awesome. ¡Gracias!
  • The Newspaper Club's first meeting has been postponed to Oct. 25th. Please make a change in your calendars to attend the meeting after school on October 25th in room 212.
  • If you haven't yet, don't forget to buy your yearbooks before prices go up! 
  • Yearbooks can be bought through the school website. Click on "Buy a Yearbook" on the left-side column on the homepage, or go to the following site: 

 

https://www.jostens.com/Robert-Frost-Middle-School  

 

  • Be Kind. Promote positive behaviors such as respect, responsibility, and kindness around you in common areas, such as hallways, cafeterias, locker rooms, and playgrounds. Prevent negative behaviors such as bullying and harassment. Work together with peers to stand up to a bully, encourage them to reach out to lonely or excluded peers, promote acts of kindness, and seek the availability of adult support.
  • Attention Frost students and parents - There will be a Parent Interest Meeting on November 7, at 7:00 pm in the Media Center for the upcoming China Trip.  We have packets in the main office with the trip information.
  • Thank you for everyone who attended the Yearbook Club's first meeting. Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Don't forget to attend.
  • Hola estudiantes de Robert Frost! As we wrap up our festivities for Hispanic Heritage Month, please join Mrs. Schmidt and Mrs. Avila-Miller in the Media Center after school Friday November 2. Coco the movie will be shown. Pick up permission slips in the Media Center, and turn them in with a parent signature as soon as possible. There is a seventy-five student limit. A special treat will be served. Hope to see you there!
  • -Red Ribbon Week begins next week! Take a stand against drugs and alcohol, and show your support for a drug-free school, by participating in our spirit days next week. On Monday, we are going to 'put drugs to bed' by wearing pajamas! Please check the signs around the school, and tune in to Frost Byte News to see what the other spirit days will entail.

 


10/24/18

 

  • California STEM trip in June still has space available!  If you missed the parent meeting last week, pick up a flyer from your science teacher, the front office or from Mrs. Woo.  Invite your friends and plan the to go. The deadline is Thursday to register!
  • Greetings 6th graders: We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endicter and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 for various arts and crafts activities. We will meet during SOAR Monday Oct. 22, Wednesday Oct.24, and Friday Oct.26. The capacity is 30 students on a first come, first serve basis. The experience will be awesome. ¡Gracias!
  • Frost Engineers (or FrostE) Afterschool Club's first meeting will be October 25th in Room 104. Please email Ms. Lee (Joy_Lee@mcpsmd.org) or Ms. Tan (etan1@umbc.edu) if you are interested or attending, space is very limited. We hope to see you there!
  • Want to see students from all grades showcase their talents? Come to the Talent Show on Thursday October 25th at 7pm. Tickets are $5 and will be on sale during lunches on October 23rd and 24th. We hope to see you there!
  • The Newspaper Club's first meeting has been postponed to Oct. 25th. Please make a change in your calendars to attend the meeting after school on October 25th in room 212.
  • If you haven't yet, don't forget to buy your yearbooks before prices go up! 
  • Yearbooks can be bought through the school website. Click on "Buy a Yearbook" on the left-side column on the homepage, or go to the following site: 

 

https://www.jostens.com/Robert-Frost-Middle-School   

 

  • Encourage helping others. Know that you can make a difference. Pro-social behaviors build self-esteem, foster contentedness, reinforce personal responsibility, and present opportunities for positive recognition. Helping others and getting involved reinforces being part of the community.
  • Attention Frost students and parents - There will be a Parent Interest Meeting on November 7, at 7:00 pm in the Media Center for the upcoming China Trip.  We have packets in the main office with the trip information.
  • Congratulations to Savannah Cuascut, 8th grader at Robert Frost Middle School. Recently, Savannah was selected to attend the "Girls Who Rule the World Camp," sponsored by the Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation. The event was held in Atlanta, Georgia. Students engaged in unique experiences related to problem solving, critical thinking, and leadership.
  • Thank you for everyone who attended the Yearbook Club's first meeting. Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Don't forget to attend.

 


 

10/23/18

 

  • The fundraiser last night was a success! We will announce the exact amount that was raised as soon as we know so watch out for the update! Thank you to students, parents, and staff for supporting our Chipotle Fundraiser.
  • Greetings 6th graders: We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endicter and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 for various arts and crafts activities. We will meet during SOAR Wednesday Oct.24, and Friday Oct.26. The capacity is 30 students on a first come, first serve basis. The experience will be awesome. ¡Gracias!
  • Frost Engineers (or FrostE) Afterschool Club's first meeting will be October 25th in Room 104. Please email Ms. Lee (Joy_Lee@mcpsmd.org) or Ms. Tan (etan1@umbc.edu) if you are interested or attending, space is very limited. We hope to see you there!
  •  Attention A-Capella Club members! We will be meeting in Room 231 after school, not in Room 101 as originally announced.
  • Want to see students from all grades showcase their talents? Come to the Talent Show on Thursday October 25th at 7pm. Tickets are $5 and will be on sale during lunches on October 23rd and 24th. We hope to see you there!
  • The Newspaper Club's first meeting has been postponed to Oct. 25th. Please make a change in your calendars to attend the meeting after school on October 25th in room 212.

 

 

  • If you haven't yet, don't forget to buy your yearbooks before prices go up! 
  • Yearbooks can be bought through the school website. Click on "Buy a Yearbook" on the left-side column on the homepage, or go to the following site: 
  • Identify and understand your feelings; psychological tip for well-being. When feeling angry, worried or troubled, discuss your feelings with a parent, another trusted adult, or a trusted friend. Teachers, counselors and coaches are examples of adults who can help.

 

 

  • Attention Frost students and parents: There will be a Parent Interest Meeting on November 7, at 7:00 pm in the Media Center for the upcoming China Trip.  We have packets in the main office with the trip information.  
  • California STEM trip in June still has space available!  If you missed the parent meeting last week, pick up a flyer from your science teacher, the front office or from Mrs. Woo.  Invite your friends and plan the to go.  The deadline is Thursday to register
  • Are you interested in French language or French-speaking cultures? Join your fellow fans of French on a trip to Quebec City this February 14th to 18th, and watch the language come to life! We'll explore the history, culture, and food of French-speaking Canada; take in North America's largest and oldest Winter Carnival; try dog-sledding & snow-shoeing; make our own maple butter; and even tour a hotel made entirely of ice and snow! See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for an info packet with more details.

 

10/22/18

 

  • 2019 California STEM trip still has space available.  Remember to sign up by Thursday, Oct. 25th. See Mrs. Woo for more information.
  • Social studies classes will be collecting money to donate to UNICEF which is a fundraiser that helps people all around the world. Listen for your SGA representative to give you more information!
  • Need homework help?  Then call Homework Hotline Live or HHL for short.  With HHL, you get FREE after-school homework help from MCPS teachers.  You can call the LIVE TV show at 301-279-3234 OR send a question online via text or e-mail.  When school is in session, watch teachers answer your homework questions live on MCPS-TV from 4:30 to 6 pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. And you can get online help from 6 to 9 pm on Monday through Thursday.  Go to Ask H-H-L dot org for more info and to download the free HHL app
  • Tonight is our fundraiser at the Fallsgrove Chipotle from 4 - 8pm. 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 Frost before paying.  See you there!
  • Greetings 6th graders: We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endicter and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 for various arts and crafts activities. We will meet during SOAR Monday Oct. 22, Wednesday Oct.24, and Friday Oct.26. The capacity is 30 students on a first come, first serve basis. The experience will be awesome. ¡Gracias!
  • Frost Engineers (or FrostE) Afterschool Club's first meeting will be October 25th in Room 104. Please email Ms. Lee (Joy_Lee@mcpsmd.org) or Ms. Tan (etan1@umbc.edu) if you are interested or attending, space is very limited. We hope to see you there!
  • Want to see students from all grades showcase their talents? Come to the Talent Show on Thursday October 25th at 7pm. Tickets are $5 and will be on sale during lunches on October 23rd and 24th. We hope to see you there!
  • The Newspaper Club's first meeting has been postponed to Oct. 25th. Please make a change in your calendars to attend the meeting after school on October 25th in room 212.
  • If you haven't yet, don't forget to buy your yearbooks before prices go up! 
  • Yearbooks can be bought through the school website. Click on "Buy a Yearbook" on the left-side column on the homepage, or go to the following site: https://www.jostens.com/Robert-Frost-Middle-School  

 

 

  • Attention Fall Study Circle Participants - We need you to return your yellow permission slip this week.  Without the permission slip you can not attend this special event. Return the permission slip to Mrs. Horkan in office 155 or to Mrs. Horkan's mailbox in the main office mailbox by Friday!   
  • Open and positive communication; social well-being. Talk about what is troubling you with a trusted adult. Know how to seek assistance when struggling or confused and unsure.
  • Attention Frost students and parents - There will be a Parent Interest Meeting on November 7, at 7:00 pm in the Media Center for the upcoming China Trip.  We have packets in the main office with the trip information.
  • If you haven't yet, don't forget to buy your yearbooks before prices go up!
  • Yearbooks can be bought through the school website. Click on "Buy a Yearbook" on the left-side column on the homepage, or go to the following site: https://www.jostens.com/Robert-Frost-Middle-School  

 

 

  • Student Ambassadors- if you would like to help sell tickets at your lunch this week for the talent show, please see Ms. Douglas in the counseling office to sign up.
  • SGA members who are working on the bulletin board and helping sort the UNICEF money: please come to room 211 during SOAR today to help!

 


10/19/18

 

  • We will be hosting auditions for the Robert Frost Jazz Band on October 23rd from 3:15-4:30pm. If you are interested in auditioning please see Ms. Ashman in room 232.
  • 2019 California STEM trip still has space available.  Remember to sign up by Thursday, Oct. 25th. See Mrs. Woo for more information.
  • Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Chipotle in Fallsgrove Shopping Center on Monday, October 22nd between 4 - 8pm. Bring in the flyer or simply tell the cashier you're there to support Robert Frost Middle School to make sure that 33% 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 Frost before paying. Let's come together and support our school!
  • Want to see students from all grades showcase their talents? Come to the Talent Show on Thursday October 25th at 7pm. Tickets are $5 and will be on sale during lunches on October 23rd and 24th. We hope to see you there!
  • Greetings Grade 6 Frost students. We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endictor and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 for various Arts and Crafts activities. SOAR Monday Oct.22, Wednesday Oct.24, and Friday Oct.26. First come first serve. Capacity is 30 students for an awesome experience. ¡Gracias!
  • Are you interested in the French language or French-speaking cultures? Join your fellow fans on a trip to Quebec City to watch the language come to life! The trip is scheduled for February 14th through the 18th. We will explore the history, culture, and food of French-speaking Canada, We will tour a hotel made entirely of ice and snow, and we will even try dog-sledding. See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for an info packet with more details.
  • Frost Engineers (or FrostE) Afterschool Club's first meeting will be October 25th in Room 104. Please email Ms. Lee (Joy_Lee@mcpsmd.org) or Ms. Tan (etan1@umbc.edu) if you are interested or attending, space is very limited. We hope to see you there!
  • Want to see students from all grades showcase their talents? Come to the Talent Show on Thursday October 25th at 7pm. Tickets are $5 and will be on sale during lunches on October 23rd and 24th. We hope to see you there!
  • The Newspaper Club's first meeting has been postponed to Oct. 25th. Please make a change in your calendars to attend the meeting after school on October 25th in room 212.
  • If you haven't yet, don't forget to buy your yearbooks before prices go up! Yearbooks can be bought through the school website. Click on "Buy a Yearbook" on the left-side column on the homepage, or go to the following site: https://www.jostens.com/Robert-Frost-Middle-School  

 

 

  • Attention Fall Study Circle Participants - We need you to return your yellow permission slip this week.  Without the permission slip you can not attend this special event. Return the permission slip to Mrs. Horkan in office 155 or to Mrs. Horkan's mailbox in the main office mailbox by Friday!  
  • Mind-body wellness; physical well-being. Get enough rest and sleep (8-10 hours daily). 
  • Have a "technology curfew"; limit screen time. Exercise and eat a balanced diet.

 



 

10/18/18

 

  • We will be hosting auditions for the Robert Frost Jazz Band on October 23rd from 3:15-4:30pm. If you are interested in auditioning please see Ms. Ashman in room 232
  • California 2019 STEM trip invitations should have been given to you! The parent information meeting is Thursday, Oct,. 18th. It will start at 5:30 pm in room 205. For more information, see Mrs. Woo in room 216.
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 23rd. The club will meet in room 212 after school. Please make an effort to attend.
  • Social studies classes will be collecting money to donate to UNICEF which is a fundraiser that helps people all around the world. Listen for your SGA representative to give you more information!
  • Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Chipotle in Fallsgrove Shopping Center on Monday, October 22nd between 4 - 8pm. Bring in the flyer or simply tell the cashier you're there to support Robert Frost Middle School to make sure that 33% 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 Frost before paying. Let's come together and support our school!
  • Greetings 7th graders: We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endicter and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 for various arts and crafts activities. We will meet during SOAR Monday Oct.15, Wednesday Oct.17, and Friday Oct.19. The capacity is 30 students on a first come, first serve basis. The experience will be awesome. ¡Gracias!
  • Attention All Robert Frost Students: Great News! Afternoon Intramurals will begin this week on Thursday, October 18, right after school in the gym with Mr. Martell. Intramurals will be open gym. All you need are sneakers and a positive attitude.
  • Are you interested in the French language or French-speaking cultures? Join your fellow fans on a trip to Quebec City to watch the language come to life! The trip is scheduled for February 14th through the 18th. We will explore the history, culture, and food of French-speaking Canada, We will tour a hotel made entirely of ice and snow, and we will even try dog-sledding. See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for an info packet with more details.
  • Frost Engineers (or FrostE) Afterschool Club's first meeting will be October 25th in Room 104. Please email Ms. Lee (Joy_Lee@mcpsmd.org) or Ms. Tan (etan1@umbc.edu) if you are interested or attending, space is very limited. We hope to see you there!
  • Want to see students from all grades showcase their talents? Come to the Talent Show on Thursday October 25th at 7pm. Tickets are $5 and will be on sale during lunches on October 23rd and 24th. We hope to see you there!
  • The Newspaper Club's first meeting has been postponed to Oct. 25th. Please make a change in your calendars to attend the meeting after school on October 25th in room 212.
  • If you haven't yet, don't forget to buy your yearbooks before prices go up! Yearbooks can be bought through the school website. Click on "Buy a Yearbook" on the left-side column on the homepage, or go to the following site: https://www.jostens.com/Robert-Frost-Middle-School  

 

 

  • Mental Health and Wellness Tips for Students. Use healthy coping skills to help overcome challenges. Utilize breathing exercises, visualization, and other mindfulness activities. Explore creative outlets, such as music, drawing, or writing. Reach out to trusted adults, friends and mentors. 

 


 

10/17/18

 

  • We will be hosting auditions for the Robert Frost Jazz Band on October 23rd from 3:15-4:30pm. If you are interested in auditioning please see Ms. Ashman in room 232.
  • California 2019 STEM trip invitations should have been given to you! The parent information meeting is Thursday, Oct,. 18th. It will start at 5:30 pm in room 205. For more information, see Mrs. Woo room 216.
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 23rd. The club will meet in room 212 after school. Please make an effort to attend.
  • Important correction to the after school clubs packet: Math Team practices will take place every WEDNESDAY, not Tuesday. First practice will take place today, October 17th.
  • Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Chipotle in Fallsgrove Shopping Center on Monday, October 22nd between 4 - 8pm. Bring in the flyer or simply tell the cashier you're there to support Robert Frost Middle School to make sure that 33% 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 Frost before paying. Let's come together and support our school!
  • Greetings 7th graders: We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endicter and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 for various arts and crafts activities. We will meet during SOAR Monday Oct.15, Wednesday Oct.17, and Friday Oct.19. The capacity is 30 students on a first come, first serve basis. The experience will be awesome. ¡Gracias!
  • Attention All Robert Frost Students: Great News! Afternoon Intramurals will begin this week on Thursday, October 18, right after school in the gym with Mr. Martell. Intramurals will be open gym. All you need are sneakers and a positive attitude.
  • Are you interested in the French language or French-speaking cultures? Join your fellow fans on a trip to Quebec City to watch the language come to life! The trip is scheduled for February 14th through the 18th. We will explore the history, culture, and food of French-speaking Canada, We will tour a hotel made entirely of ice and snow, and we will even try dog-sledding. See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for an info packet with more details.
  • Attention 7th grade SGA representatives: Please come to room 211 during SOAR on Wednesday, October 17, to cast your final vote for 7th grade Vice President! All 7th grade representatives must attend.
  • Frost Engineers (or FrostE) Afterschool Club's first meeting will be October 25th in Room 104. Please email Ms. Lee (Joy_Lee@mcpsmd.org) or Ms. Tan (etan1@umbc.edu) if you are interested or attending, space is very limited. We hope to see you there!

 


 

 

10/16/18

 

 

  • The Wootton High School Poms will be holding a Pee Wee Pom Clinic on Wednesday, October 17th and Thursday, October 18th (5:30-7:00 pm) in the Wootton High School cafeteria. Participants will learn an age appropriate poms dance routine and have the opportunity to perform alongside the Wootton Pom squad at the Wootton Football game on Friday evening, October 19th (against Walkersville High School).  The cost is $45 per participant and includes a Pee Wee Pom t-shirt and a set of mini-poms. All are welcome; no dance or poms experience needed! For more information or to register, please email us at PeeWeePoms@gmail.com. Please note that you must register to attend by mailing the registration form or emailing PeeWeePoms@gmail.com no later than October 11th. 
  • We will be hosting auditions for the Robert Frost Jazz Band on October 23rd from 3:15-4:30pm. If you are interested in auditioning please see Ms. Ashman in room 232.
  • California 2019 STEM trip invitations should have been given to you! The parent information meeting is Thursday, Oct,. 18th. It will start at 5:30 pm in room 205. For more information, see Mrs. Woo room 216.
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 23rd. The club will meet in room 212 after school. Please make an effort to attend.
  • Important correction to the after school clubs packet: Math Team practices will take place every WEDNESDAY, not Tuesday. First practice will take place October 17th.
  • Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Chipotle in Fallsgrove Shopping Center on Monday, October 22nd between 4 - 8pm. Bring in the flyer or simply tell the cashier you're there to support Robert Frost Middle School to make sure that 33% 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 Frost before paying. Let's come together and support our school!
  • Greetings 7th graders: We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endicter and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 for various arts and crafts activities. We will meet during SOAR Monday Oct.15, Wednesday Oct.17, and Friday Oct.19. The capacity is 30 students on a first come, first serve basis. The experience will be awesome. ¡Gracias!
  • Attention All Robert Frost Students: Great News! Afternoon Intramurals will begin this week on Thursday, October 18, right after school in the gym with Mr. Martell. Intramurals will be open gym. All you need are sneakers and a positive attitude.
  • Are you interested in the French language or French-speaking cultures? Join your fellow fans on a trip to Quebec City to watch the language come to life! The trip is scheduled for February 14th through the 18th. We will explore the history, culture, and food of French-speaking Canada, We will tour a hotel made entirely of ice and snow, and we will even try dog-sledding. See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for an info packet with more details.
  •  Attention A Capella Club members! We will be meeting in Room 231 after school, not in Room 101 as originally announced.

 



 

 10/15/18

 

  • We will be hosting auditions for the Robert Frost Jazz Band on October 23rd from 3:15-4:30pm. If you are interested in auditioning please see Ms. Ashman in room 232.
  • Need homework help?  Then call Homework Hotline Live or HHL for short.  With HHL, you get FREE after-school homework help from MCPS teachers.  You can call the LIVE TV show at 301-279-3234 OR send a question online via text or e-mail.  When school is in session, watch teachers answer your homework questions live on MCPS-TV from 4:30 to 6 pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. And you can get online help from 6 to 9 pm on Monday through Thursday.  Go to Ask H-H-L dot org for more info and to download the free HHL app!
  • California 2019 STEM trip invitations should have been given to you! The parent information meeting is Thursday, Oct,. 18th. It will start at 5:30 pm in room 205. For more information, see Mrs. Woo room 216.
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 23rd. The club will meet in room 212 after school. Please make an effort to attend.
  • Important correction to the after school clubs packet: Math Team practices will take place every WEDNESDAY, not Tuesday. First practice will take place October 17th.
  • Social studies classes will be collecting money to donate to UNICEF which is a fundraiser that helps people all around the world. Listen for your SGA representative to give you more information!
  • Attention Frost students and staff! We will have a fundraiser at the Chipotle in Fallsgrove Shopping Center on Monday, October 22nd between 4 - 8pm. Bring in the flyer or simply tell the cashier you're there to support Robert Frost Middle School to make sure that 33% 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 Frost before paying. Let's come together and support our school!
  • Greetings 7th graders: We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endicter and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 for various arts and crafts activities. We will meet during SOAR Monday Oct.15, Wednesday Oct.17, and Friday Oct.19. The capacity is 30 students on a first come, first serve basis. The experience will be awesome. ¡Gracias!
  • Attention All Robert Frost Students: Great News! Afternoon Intramurals will begin this week on Thursday, October 18, right after school in the gym with Mr. Martell. Intramurals will be open gym. All you need are sneakers and a positive attitude.
  • Are you interested in the French language or French-speaking cultures? Join your fellow fans on a trip to Quebec City to watch the language come to life! The trip is scheduled for February 14th through the 18th. We will explore the history, culture, and food of French-speaking Canada, We will tour a hotel made entirely of ice and snow, and we will even try dog-sledding. See Madame Temkin in Room 101 for an info packet with more details.

 



 

10/12/18

 

  • The Wootton High School Poms will be holding a Pee Wee Pom Clinic on Wednesday, October 17th and Thursday, October 18th (5:30-7:00 pm) in the Wootton High School cafeteria. Participants will learn an age appropriate poms dance routine and have the opportunity to perform alongside the Wootton Pom squad at the Wootton Football game on Friday evening, October 19th (against Walkersville High School).  The cost is $45 per participant and includes a Pee Wee Pom t-shirt and a set of mini-poms. All are welcome; no dance or poms experience needed! For more information or to register, please email us at PeeWeePoms@gmail.com. Please note that you must register to attend by mailing the registration form or emailing PeeWeePoms@gmail.com no later than October 11th.
  • Important correction to the after school clubs packet: Math Team practices will take place every WEDNESDAY, not Tuesday. First practice will take place October 17th.
  • Order your yearbooks through the school's website now! Don't wait until prices go up!!
  • We will be hosting auditions for the Robert Frost Jazz Band on October 23rd from 3:15-4:30pm. If you are interested in auditioning please see Ms. Ashman in room 232.
  • California 2019 STEM trip is here! We will be going in June. Save the date and pay attention to the science announcement in classes. See Mrs. Woo for more details in room 216.
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 23rd. The club will meet in room 212 after school. Please make an effort to attend.
  • Greetings 8th grade Frost students: We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endicter and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 during SOAR for various arts and crafts activities on Wednesday October 10th, and Friday October 12. The capacity is 30 students on a first come first serve basis. Please prepare for an awesome experience. ¡Gracias!
  • This is a reminder for SGA delegates to meet in your assigned location during SOAR/EXCEL this week to vote for your SGA vice president. See Mrs. Coon if you have any questions.

 

 

10/11/18  

 

  •  Order your yearbooks through the school's website now! Don't wait until prices go up!!
  • We will be hosting auditions for the Robert Frost Jazz Band on October 23rd from 3:15-4:30pm. If you are interested in auditioning please see Ms. Ashman in room 232.
  • Important correction to the after school clubs packet: Math Team practices will take place every WEDNESDAY, not Tuesday. First practice will take place October 17th.
  • California 2019 STEM trip is here! We will be going in June. Save the date and pay attention to the science announcement in classes. See Mrs. Woo for more details in room 216.
  •  The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 23rd. The club will meet in room 212 after school. Please make an effort to attend.
  • Social studies classes will be collecting money to donate to UNICEF which is a fundraiser that helps people all around the world. Listen for your SGA representative to give you more information!
  • This is a reminder for SGA delegates to meet in your assigned location during SOAR/EXCEL this week to vote for your SGA vice president. See Mrs. Coon if you have any questions.

 

 

 

10/10/18

 

  • The Wootton High School Poms will be holding a Pee Wee Pom Clinic on Wednesday, October 17th and Thursday, October 18th (5:30-7:00 pm) in the Wootton High School cafeteria. Participants will learn an age appropriate poms dance routine and have the opportunity to perform alongside the Wootton Pom squad at the Wootton Football game on Friday evening, October 19th (against Walkersville High School).  The cost is $45 per participant and includes a Pee Wee Pom t-shirt and a set of mini-poms. All are welcome; no dance or poms experience needed! For more information or to register, please email us at PeeWeePoms@gmail.com. Please note that you must register to attend by mailing the registration form or emailing PeeWeePoms@gmail.com no later than October 11th.
  • Order your yearbooks through the school's website now! Don't wait until prices go up!!
  • We will be hosting auditions for the Robert Frost Jazz Band on October 23rd from 3:15-4:30pm. If you are interested in auditioning please see Ms. Ashman in room 232.
  • California 2019 STEM trip is here! We will be going in June. Save the date and pay attention to the science announcement in classes. See Mrs. Woo for more details in room 216.
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 23rd. The club will meet in room 212 after school. Please make an effort to attend.
  • Important correction to the after school clubs packet: Math Team practices will take place every WEDNESDAY, not Tuesday. First practice will take place October 17th.
  • Greetings 8th grade Frost students: We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endicter and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 during SOAR for various arts and crafts activities on Wednesday October 10th, and Friday October 12. The capacity is 30 students on a first come first serve basis. Please prepare for an awesome experience. ¡Gracias!
  • In order to support the 7th grade AFI fieldtrip, please note the following change for SOAR this week. The 6th Graders will have SOAR on Wednesday and 7th Grade will have SOAR on Friday 
  • This is a reminder for SGA delegates to meet in your assigned location during SOAR/EXCEL this week to vote for your SGA vice president. See Mrs. Coon if you have any questions.

 

 

10/9/18

 

  • Order your yearbooks through the school's website now! Don't wait until prices go up!!
  • We will be hosting auditions for the Robert Frost Jazz Band on October 23rd from 3:15-4:30pm. If you are interested in auditioning please see Ms. Ashman in room 232.
  • Need homework help?  Then call Homework Hotline Live or HHL for short.  With HHL, you get FREE after-school homework help from MCPS teachers.  You can call the LIVE TV show at 301-279-3234 OR send a question online via text or e-mail.  When school is in session, watch teachers answer your homework questions live on MCPS-TV from 4:30 to 6 pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. And you can get online help from 6 to 9 pm on Monday through Thursday.  Go to Ask H-H-L dot org for more info and to download the free HHL app!
  • California 2019 STEM trip is here! We will be going in June. Save the date and pay attention to the science announcement in classes. See Mrs. Woo for more details in room 216.
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 23rd. The club will meet in room 212 after school. Please make an effort to attend.
  • Greetings 8th grade Frost students: We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endicter and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 during SOAR for various arts and crafts activities on Wednesday October 10th, and Friday October 12. The capacity is 30 students on a first come first serve basis. Please prepare for an awesome experience. ¡Gracias!
  • Important correction to the after school clubs packet: Math Team practices will take place every WEDNESDAY, not Tuesday. The first practice will take place October 17th.
  • Starting today, social studies classes will be collecting money to donate to UNICEF which is a fundraiser that helps people all around the world. Listen for your SGA representative to give you more information!
  • In order to support the 7th grade AFI fieldtrip, please note the following change for SOAR this week. The 6th Graders will have SOAR on Wednesday and 7th Grade will have SOAR on Friday

 

 

10/8/18

 

  • The Wootton High School Poms will be holding a Pee Wee Pom Clinic on Wednesday, October 17th and Thursday, October 18th (5:30-7:00 pm) in the Wootton High School cafeteria. Participants will learn an age appropriate poms dance routine and have the opportunity to perform alongside the Wootton Pom squad at the Wootton Football game on Friday evening, October 19th (against Walkersville High School).  The cost is $45 per participant and includes a Pee Wee Pom t-shirt and a set of mini-poms. All are welcome; no dance or poms experience needed! For more information or to register, please email us at PeeWeePoms@gmail.com. Please note that you must register to attend by mailing the registration form or emailing PeeWeePoms@gmail.com no later than October 11th.
  • Order your yearbooks through the school's website now! Don't wait until prices go up!!
  • We will be hosting auditions for the Robert Frost Jazz Band on October 23rd from 3:15-4:30pm. If you are interested in auditioning please see Ms. Ashman in room 232.
  • Attention Math Team Members: Our first team practice will take place October 17th after school in room 202.
  • California 2019 STEM trip is here! We will be going in June. Save the date and pay attention to the science announcement in classes. See Mrs. Woo for more details in room 216.
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 23rd. The club will meet in room 212 after school. Please make an effort to attend.
  • Greetings 8th grade Frost students: We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endicter and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 during SOAR for various arts and crafts activities on Wednesday October 10th, and Friday October 12. The capacity is 30 students on a first come first serve basis. Please prepare for an awesome experience. ¡Gracias!
  • The Maryland Art Education Association has selected Ms. Cynthia Saunders-Endicter as the Maryland Middle School Art Teacher of the Year. Ms. Endicter will be recognized and honored for the award on Friday, October 19th, in Towson, Maryland. Congratulations Ms. Endicter!
  • Starting today, social studies classes will be collecting money to donate to UNICEF which is a fundraiser that helps people all around the world. Listen for your SGA representative to give you more information!

 

 

  1. On behalf of the staff and students, we welcome the Frost parents to our Open House. Today, you will get a glimpse of the many great learning opportunities available at Frost. We thank you for coming and we value your support. Have a great day.

 


 

10/5/18  

 

 

  • Today, at 6:30 PM is Homecoming as the Patriots play Springbrook. The theme this year is Amusement Parks. Each class sponsors a float that will be displayed in the parking lot near the stadium. During halftime, there's a parade. The Homecoming Court and the King and Queen will be revealed. Come early to check out the floats, have dinner, and enjoy the festivities. Come cheer on the Patriots!
  • Order your yearbooks through the school's website now! Don't wait until prices go up!!
  • We will be hosting auditions for the Robert Frost Jazz Band on October 23rd from 3:15-4:30pm. If you are interested in auditioning please see Ms. Ashman in room 232.
  • Attention Math Team Members: Our first team practice will take place October 17th after school in room 202.
  • California STEM trip 2019 is here!  We will be giving out student invitations through a science class near you. We will be going in June.  Save the date and pay attention to the science announcement in classes.  See Mrs. Woo for more details in room 216.
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 23rd. The club will meet in room 212 after school. Please make an effort to attend.
  • Greetings 8th grade Frost students: We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endicter and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 during SOAR for various arts and crafts activities on Wednesday October 10th, and Friday October 12. The capacity is 30 students on a first come first serve basis. Please prepare for an awesome experience. ¡Gracias

 

 

 

10/4/18

 

  • The Wootton Patriots Football season has begun! We would love for you to be a part of the excitement and see you at these upcoming events: September 21st at 6:30 PM is Cluster Night! We hope all the Wootton Cluster schools will come out and support our team in a match up against the Rockville Rams. There will be lots of food and some free giveaways too. Come make some noise! October 5th at 6:30 PM is Homecoming as the Patriots play Springbrook. The theme this year is Amusement Parks. Each class sponsors a float that will be displayed in the parking lot near the stadium. During halftime, there's a parade. The Homecoming Court and the King and Queen will be revealed. Come early to check out the floats, have dinner, and enjoy the festivities. Come cheer on the Patriots!
  • Order your yearbooks through the school's website now! Don't wait until prices go up!!
  • We will be hosting auditions for the Robert Frost Jazz Band on October 23rd from 3:15-4:30pm. If you are interested in auditioning please see Ms. Ashman in room 232.
  • Attention Math Team Members: Our first team practice will take place October 17th after school in room 202.
  • California STEM trip 2019 is here!  We will be giving out student invitations through a science class near you. We will be going in June.  Save the date and pay attention to the science announcement in classes. See Mrs. Woo for more details in room 216.
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 23rd. The club will meet in room 212 after school. Please make an effort to attend.
  • Greetings Grade 8 Frost students. We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endictor and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 for various Arts and Crafts activities. SOAR Monday Oct.8, Wednesday Oct.10, and Friday Oct.12. First come first serve. The capacity is 30 students for an awesome experience. ¡Gracias!
  • Welcome to our visiting teachers from Korea. We hope you experience excellence at Robert Frost Middle School. We are glad you are here. Welcome!

 

 

10/3/18  

 

 

  • The Wootton Patriots Football season has begun! We would love for you to be a part of the excitement and see you at these upcoming events: September 21st at 6:30 PM is Cluster Night! We hope all the Wootton Cluster schools will come out and support our team in a match up against the Rockville Rams. There will be lots of food and some free giveaways too. Come make some noise! October 5th at 6:30 PM is Homecoming as the Patriots play Springbrook. The theme this year is Amusement Parks. Each class sponsors a float that will be displayed in the parking lot near the stadium. During halftime, there's a parade. The Homecoming Court and the King and Queen will be revealed. Come early to check out the floats, have dinner, and enjoy the festivities. Come cheer on the Patriots!
  • Order your yearbooks through the school's website now! Don't wait until prices go up!!
  • We will be hosting auditions for the Robert Frost Jazz Band on October 23rd from 3:15-4:30pm. If you are interested in auditioning please see Ms. Ashman in room 232.
  • Attention Math Team Members: Our first team practice will take place October 17th after school in room 202.
  • All dance acts chosen for this year's Frost Talent Show must report with recorded music to the gym after school on Wednesday, October 3rd.  Your rehearsal will run from 3:10 until 4:30. Be prompt
  • California STEM trip 2019 is here!  We will be giving out student invitations through a science class near you.  We will be going in June.  Save the date and pay attention to the science announcement in classes.  See Mrs. Woo for more details in room 216.
  • A reminder for SGA students: Our first meeting is on Thursday, October 4. We will meet in room 105. Don't forget that after-school buses are not running yet, so you will need to find an alternative ride home. Please see Mrs. Coon if you have any questions.
  • The first meeting date for the Yearbook Club is Tuesday, October 23rd. The club will meet in room 212 after school. Please make an effort to attend.
  • Greetings Grade 8 Frost students. We want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with you. Please join Mrs. Endictor and Mrs. Avila-Miller in room 113 for various Arts and Crafts activities. First come first serve. Capacity is 30 students for an awesome experience. ¡Gracias!

 

10/2/18

 

  • The Wootton Patriots Football season has begun! Come make some noise! October 5th at 6:30 PM is Homecoming as the Patriots play Springbrook. The theme this year is Amusement Parks. Each class sponsors a float that will be displayed in the parking lot near the stadium. During halftime, there's a parade. The Homecoming Court and the King and Queen will be revealed. Come early to check out the floats, have dinner, and enjoy the festivities. Come cheer on the Patriots!
  • Order your yearbooks through the school's website now! Don't wait until prices go up!!
  • We will be hosting auditions for the Robert Frost Jazz Band on October 23rd from 3:15-4:30pm. If you are interested in auditioning please see Ms. Ashman in room 232.
  • Attention Students:  Please turn your signed Club applications in to the Main Office by Tuesday, October 2nd, and if you have any question, see your grade level administrator or the club sponsor.  
  • Attention Math Team Members: Our first team practice will take place October 17th after school in room 202.
  • Need homework help?  Then call Homework Hotline Live or HHL for short.  With HHL, you get FREE after-school homework help from MCPS teachers.  You can call the LIVE TV show at 301-279-3234 OR send a question online via text or e-mail.  When school is in session, watch teachers answer your homework questions live on MCPS-TV from 4:30 to 6 pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. And you can get online help from 6 to 9 pm on Monday through Thursday.  Go to Ask H-H-L dot org for more info and to download the free HHL app!
  • A reminder for SGA students: Our first meeting is on Thursday, October 4. We will meet in room 105. Don't forget that after-school buses are not running yet, so you will need to find an alternative ride home. Please see Mrs. Coon if you have any questions.
  • All dance acts chosen for this year's Frost Talent Show must report with recorded music to the gym after school on Wednesday, October 3rd.  Your rehearsal will run from 3:10 until 4:30. Be prompt

 


 

 10/1/18

 

  • The Wootton Patriots Football season has begun! We would love for you to be a part of the excitement and see you at these upcoming events: September 21st at 6:30 PM is Cluster Night! We hope all the Wootton Cluster schools will come out and support our team in a match up against the Rockville Rams. There will be lots of food and some free giveaways too. Come make some noise! October 5th at 6:30 PM is Homecoming as the Patriots play Springbrook. The theme this year is Amusement Parks. Each class sponsors a float that will be displayed in the parking lot near the stadium. During halftime, there's a parade. The Homecoming Court and the King and Queen will be revealed. Come early to check out the floats, have dinner, and enjoy the festivities. Come cheer on the Patriots!
  • The Wootton High School Poms will be holding a Pee Wee Pom Clinic on Wednesday, October 17th and Thursday, October 18th (5:30-7:00 pm) in the Wootton High School cafeteria. Participants will learn an age appropriate poms dance routine and have the opportunity to perform alongside the Wootton Pom squad at the Wootton Football game on Friday evening, October 19th (against Walkersville High School).  The cost is $45 per participant and includes a Pee Wee Pom t-shirt and a set of mini-poms. All are welcome; no dance or poms experience needed! For more information or to register, please email us at PeeWeePoms@gmail.com. Please note that you must register to attend by mailing the registration form or emailing PeeWeePoms@gmail.com no later than October 11th.
  • Order your yearbooks through the school's website now! Don't wait until prices go up!!
  • Attention Students:  Please turn your signed Club applications in to the Main Office by Tuesday, October 2nd, and if you have any question, see your grade level administrator or the club sponsor.  
  • We will be hosting auditions for the Robert Frost Jazz Band on October 23rd from 3:15-4:30pm. If you are interested in auditioning please see Ms. Ashman in room 232.
  • Attention Math Team Members: Our first team practice will take place October 17th after school in room 202.

 


  • 9/28/18
  • 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.
  • The Wootton Patriots Football season has begun! We would love for you to be a part of the excitement and see you at these upcoming events: September 21st at 6:30 PM is Cluster Night! We hope all the Wootton Cluster schools will come out and support our team in a match up against the Rockville Rams. There will be lots of food and some free giveaways too. Come make some noise! October 5th at 6:30 PM is Homecoming as the Patriots play Springbrook. The theme this year is Amusement Parks. Each class sponsors a float that will be displayed in the parking lot near the stadium. During halftime, there's a parade. The Homecoming Court and the King and Queen will be revealed. Come early to check out the floats, have dinner, and enjoy the festivities. Come cheer on the Patriots!
  • Please submit all Summer SSL hours to the drop box by September 28th. See Ms. Warner for any questions.
  • Order your yearbooks through the school's website now! Don't wait until prices go up!!
  • Attention Students:  Please turn your signed Club applications in to the Main Office by Tuesday, October 2nd, and if you have any question, see your grade level administrator or the club sponsor.  
  • Thank you to all the students who auditioned for the talent show. Results will be posted outside of room 232 at 3pm. Please be sure to get a permission slip directly from Ms. Ashman that afternoon.
  • Talent Show Tech Crew, please be sure to get a permission slip directly from Ms. Ashman on or before Friday at 3:15pm.
  • Attention Math Team Members: Our first team practice will take place October 17th after school in room 202.

 

9/27/18

 

  • 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.
  • Please submit all Summer SSL hours to the drop box by September 28th. See Ms. Warner for any questions.  
  • Attention all students interested in MathCounts program at Frost. Please have your parents fill out an interest form at https://tinyurl.com/frostMC2018. You may also see Mr. Toy or Dr. Jones if you have questions.
  • The Wootton Patriots Football season has begun! We would love for you to be a part of the excitement and see you at these upcoming events: September 21st at 6:30 PM is Cluster Night! We hope all the Wootton Cluster schools will come out and support our team in a match up against the Rockville Rams. There will be lots of food and some free giveaways too. Come make some noise! October 5th at 6:30 PM is Homecoming as the Patriots play Springbrook. The theme this year is Amusement Parks. Each class sponsors a float that will be displayed in the parking lot near the stadium. During halftime, there's a parade. The Homecoming Court and the King and Queen will be revealed. Come early to check out the floats, have dinner, and enjoy the festivities. Come cheer on the Patriots!
  • Order your yearbooks through the school's website now! Don't wait until prices go up!!
  • Attention Math Team Members: Our first team practice will take place October 17th after school in room 202.
  • Attention Students:  Please turn your signed Club applications in to the Main Office by Tuesday, October 2nd, and if you have any question, see your grade level administrator or the club sponsor.
  • Thank you to all the students who auditioned for the talent show. Results will be posted outside of room 232 at 3pm. Please be sure to get a permission slip directly from Ms. Ashman that afternoon.
  • Talent Show Tech Crew, please be sure to get a permission slip directly from Ms. Ashman on or before Friday at 3:15pm.

 



 

9/26/18

 

  • 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.
  • Do you love books? Do you love competition? Then Book Wars is for you! There will be a Book Wars informational meeting in the Media Center on Wednesday, Sept. 26th during SOAR. Applications will be handed out during the meeting. Can't wait to see you there!
  • The Wootton Patriots Football season has begun! We would love for you to be a part of the excitement and see you at these upcoming events: Come make some noise! October 5th at 6:30 PM is Homecoming as the Patriots play Springbrook. The theme this year is Amusement Parks. Each class sponsors a float that will be displayed in the parking lot near the stadium. During halftime, there's a parade. The Homecoming Court and the King and Queen will be revealed. Come early to check out the floats, have dinner, and enjoy the festivities. Come cheer on the Patriots!
  • Please submit all Summer SSL hours to the drop box by September 28th. See Ms. Warner for any questions.  
  • Attention all students interested in MathCounts program at Frost. Please have your parents fill out an interest form at https://tinyurl.com/frostMC2018. You may also see Mr. Toy or Dr. Jones if you have questions.
  • The first Measures of Academic Progress for Math (MAP Growth: Math) assessment be tomorrow Thursday, September 27th. Make sure you are well rested, nourished and present. You will report to your homeroom class in the morning and participate in the assessment. You will have about a total of 90 minutes. You should give your best effort but you will not know every answer so it is important to not spend too much time on any question and finish within the allotted time. Please also bring a pencil.
  • Order your yearbooks through the school's website now! Don't wait until prices go up!!
  • Attention Students:  Please turn your signed Club applications in to the Main Office by Tuesday, October 2nd, and if you have any question, see your grade level administrator or the club sponsor.  
  • Students! Remember, today is the Book Wars information session in the media center. Please, only come to the media center if you are attending the information session. Remember, the media center will be closed for regular SOAR. Thank you!

 


 

9/25/18

 

  • Tonight is our Silver Diner fundraiser from 5 - 8pm. Come out to have a delicious dinner and support Robert Frost Middle School!
  • It's that time of the year again. Start thinking about what talent you want to showcase in the annual Frost talent show. Auditions will be held on Tuesday, September 25th; and Wednesday, September 26th; from from 3:10 to 4:30pm. You will need to sign up for an audition slot outside of room 232. If you are interested in joining the stage crew, please stop by room 232. Contact Ms. Ashman with any questions.
  • 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.
  • Do you love books? Do you love competition? Then Book Wars is for you! There will be a Book Wars informational meeting in the Media Center on Wednesday, Sept. 26th during SOAR. Applications will be handed out during the meeting. Can't wait to see you there!
  • October 5th at 6:30 PM is Homecoming as the Patriots play Springbrook. The theme this year is Amusement Parks. Each class sponsors a float that will be displayed in the parking lot near the stadium. During halftime, there's a parade. The Homecoming Court and the King and Queen will be revealed. Come early to check out the floats, have dinner, and enjoy the festivities. Come cheer on the Patriots!
  • Attention all students interested in MathCounts program at Frost. Please have your parents fill out an interest form at https://tinyurl.com/frostMC2018. You may also see Mr. Toy or Dr. Jones if you have questions.
  • Please submit all Summer SSL hours to the drop box by September 28th. See Ms. Warner with any questions.  
  • The first Measures of Academic Progress for Math (MAP Growth: Math) assessment be this Thursday, September 27th. Make sure you are well rested, nourished and present. You will report to your homeroom class in the morning and participate in the assessment. You will have about a total of 90 minutes. You should give your best effort but you will not know every answer so it is important to not spend too much time on any question and finish within the allotted time. Please also bring a pencil.
  • Order your yearbooks through the school's website now! Don't wait until prices go up!!

 


 

9/24/18

 

  • Tomorrow night is our Silver Diner fundraiser from 5 - 8pm. Come out to have a delicious dinner and support Robert Frost Middle School!
  • It's that time of the year again. Start thinking about what talent you want to showcase in the annual Frost talent show. Auditions will be held on Tuesday, September 25th; and Wednesday, September 26th; from from 3:10 to 4:30pm. You will need to sign up for an audition slot outside of room 232. If you are interested in joining the stage crew, please stop by room 232. Contact Ms. Ashman with any questions.
  • 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.
  • Do you love books? Do you love competition? Then Book Wars is for you! There will be a Book Wars informational meeting in the Media Center on Wednesday, Sept. 26th during SOAR. Applications will be handed out during the meeting. Can't wait to see you there!
  • The Wootton Patriots Football season has begun! We would love for you to be a part of the excitement and see you at these upcoming events: September 21st at 6:30 PM is Cluster Night! We hope all the Wootton Cluster schools will come out and support our team in a match up against the Rockville Rams. There will be lots of food and some free giveaways too. Come make some noise! October 5th at 6:30 PM is Homecoming as the Patriots play Springbrook. The theme this year is Amusement Parks. Each class sponsors a float that will be displayed in the parking lot near the stadium. During halftime, there's a parade. The Homecoming Court and the King and Queen will be revealed. Come early to check out the floats, have dinner, and enjoy the festivities. Come cheer on the Patriots!
  • Please submit all Summer SSL hours to the drop box by September 28th. See Ms. Warner for any questions.  
  • Attention all students interested in MathCounts program at Frost. Please have your parents fill out an interest form at https://tinyurl.com/frostMC2018. You may also see Mr. Toy or Dr. Jones if you have questions.
  • Picture Day is Tuesday, September 25th.  Remember to bring in your picture form with your selection and check to the photographer at the time of your picture.  There is a website on the picture form where you can place an order if you would like to order on line. Remember Tuesday, September 25th is Picture Day!

 

 

9/21/18

 

  • -Attention Frost students and staff! We will have our first fundraiser of the year 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 Tuesday, September 25th between 5 - 8pm. See you there!
  • It's that time of the year again. Start thinking about what talent you want to showcase in the annual Frost talent show. Auditions will be held on Tuesday, September 25th; and Wednesday, September 26th; from from 3:10 to 4:30pm. You will need to sign up for an audition slot outside of room 232. If you are interested in joining the stage crew, please stop by room 232. Contact Ms. Ashman with any questions.
  • 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.
  • -Do you love books? Do you love competition? Then Book Wars is for you! There will be a Book Wars informational meeting in the Media Center on Wednesday, Sept. 26th during SOAR. Applications will be handed out during the meeting. Can't wait to see you there!Attention all students who took the math team entrance test, but didn't make the cut. If you would like to view your test, please see Ms. Minich this Friday in room 205. You will not be allowed to take it with you.
  • The Wootton Patriots Football season has begun!  We would love for you to be a part of the excitement and see you at these upcoming events: September 21st at 6:30 PM is Cluster Night!  We hope all the Wootton Cluster schools will come out and support our team in a match up against the Rockville Rams. There will be lots of food and some free giveaways too. Come make some noise! October 5th at 6:30 PM is Homecoming as the Patriots play Springbrook. The theme this year is Amusement Parks.  Each class sponsors a float that will be displayed in the parking lot near the stadium. During halftime, there's a parade. The Homecoming Court and the King and Queen will be revealed. Come early to check out the floats, have dinner, and enjoy the festivities. Come cheer on the Patriots!
  • Please submit all Summer SSL hours to the drop box by September 28th. See Ms. Warner for any questions.  
  • All students...this is the last call to apply to be a student ambassador. Please see Ms. Douglas for an application if you are interested. A reminder that applications are due on the 24th to Ms. Douglas in the counseling office.
  • Attention all students interested in MathCounts program at Frost. Please have your parents fill out an interest form at https://tinyurl.com/frostMC2018. You may also see Mr. Toy or Dr. Jones if you have questions.
  • Yearbooks are for sale through the Robert Frost homepage. Buy your yearbooks today for 30 dollars. Prices go up tomorrow!

 


9/20/18

 

  • Attention Frost students and staff! We will have our first fundraiser of the year 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 Tuesday, September 25th between 5 - 8pm. See you there!
  • It's that time of the year again. Start thinking about what talent you want to showcase in the annual Frost talent show. Auditions will be held on Tuesday, September 25th; and Wednesday, September 26th; from from 3:10 to 4:30pm. You will need to sign up for an audition slot outside of room 232. If you are interested in joining the stage crew, please stop by room 232. Contact Ms. Ashman with any questions.
  • 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.
  • Do you love books? Do you love competition? Then Book Wars is for you! There will be a Book Wars informational meeting in the Media Center on Wednesday, Sept. 26th during SOAR. Applications will be handed out during the meeting. Can't wait to see you there!
  • Attention all students who took the math team entrance test, but didn't make the cut. If you would like to view your test, please see Ms. Minich this Friday in room 205. You will not be allowed to take it with you.
  • The Wootton Patriots Football season has begun!  We would love for you to be a part of the excitement and see you at these upcoming events: September 21st at 6:30 PM is Cluster Night!  We hope all the Wootton Cluster schools will come out and support our team in a match up against the Rockville Rams. There will be lots of food and some free giveaways too. Come make some noise! October 5th at 6:30 PM is Homecoming as the Patriots play Springbrook. The theme this year is Amusement Parks.  Each class sponsors a float that will be displayed in the parking lot near the stadium. During halftime, there's a parade. The Homecoming Court and the King and Queen will be revealed. Come early to check out the floats, have dinner, and enjoy the festivities. Come cheer on the Patriots!
  • Please submit all Summer SSL hours to the drop box by September 28th. See Ms. Warner for any questions.  

 

9/19/18

 

  • Attention Frost students and staff! We will have our first fundraiser of the year 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 Tuesday, September 25th between 5 - 8pm. See you there!
  • It's that time of the year again. Start thinking about what talent you want to showcase in the annual Frost talent show. Auditions will be held on Tuesday, September 25th; and Wednesday, September 26th; from from 3:10 to 4:30pm. You will need to sign up for an audition slot outside of room 232. If you are interested in joining the stage crew, please stop by room 232. Contact Ms. Ashman with any questions.
  • Would you like to learn how to program computers or make your own video games and animations? Maybe you'd like to test your skills in Scratch, Python, and JavaScript. Coding Club is back at R-F-M-S this year. Classes are every Tuesday from 3:05 PM to 4:30 PM. Activity buses will be available starting in October to take you home. Coding Club begins on Tuesday, September 25th.  Sign up at www.PandaProgrammer.com.
  • 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.
  • Do you love books? Do you love competition? Then Book Wars is for you! There will be a Book Wars informational meeting in the Media Center on Wednesday, Sept. 26th during SOAR. Applications will be handed out during the meeting. Can't wait to see you there!
  • Attention all students who took the math team entrance test, but didn't make the cut. If you would like to view your test, please see Ms. Minich this Friday in room 205. You will not be allowed to take it with you.
  • The Wootton Patriots Football season has begun!  We would love for you to be a part of the excitement and see you at these upcoming events: September 21st at 6:30 PM is Cluster Night!  We hope all the Wootton Cluster schools will come out and support our team in a match up against the Rockville Rams. There will be lots of food and some free giveaways too. Come make some noise! October 5th at 6:30 PM is Homecoming as the Patriots play Springbrook. The theme this year is Amusement Parks.  Each class sponsors a float that will be displayed in the parking lot near the stadium. During halftime, there's a parade. The Homecoming Court and the King and Queen will be revealed. Come early to check out the floats, have dinner, and enjoy the festivities. Come cheer on the Patriots!
  • Please submit all Summer SSL hours to the drop box by September 28th. See Ms. Warner for any questions.  

 


9/18/18

 

  • -Attention Frost students and staff! We will have our first fundraiser of the year 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 Tuesday, September 25th between 5 - 8pm. See you there!
  • It's that time of the year again. Start thinking about what talent you want to showcase in the annual Frost talent show. Auditions will be held on Tuesday, September 25th; and Wednesday, September 26th; from from 3:10 to 4:30pm. You will need to sign up for an audition slot outside of room 232. If you are interested in joining the stage crew, please stop by room 232. Contact Ms. Ashman with any questions.
  • Would you like to learn how to program computers or make your own video games and animations? Maybe you'd like to test your skills in Scratch, Python, and JavaScript. Coding Club is back at R-F-M-S this year. Classes are every Tuesday from 3:05 PM to 4:30 PM. Activity buses will be available starting in October to take you home. Coding Club begins on Tuesday, September 25th.  Sign up at www.PandaProgrammer.com.
  • 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. It starts September 18th, but we are still accepting new members. Your coaches are Mrs. Coon and Ms. Michaels. We end the season with a Girls on the Run 5K on November 18 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 MoCo 5K.To Register: Please visit www.girlsontherunofmoco.org/register to sign up. Please visit www.girlsontherunofmoco.org for more information or ask Ms. Michaels or Mrs. Coon.
  • Do you love books? Do you love competition? Then Book Wars is for you! There will be a Book Wars informational meeting in the Media Center on Wednesday, Sept. 26th during SOAR. Applications will be handed out during the meeting. Can't wait to see you there!
  • Attention all students who took the math team entrance test, but didn't make the cut. If you would like to view your test, please see Ms. Minich this Friday in room 205. You will not be allowed to take it with you.
  • Please submit all Summer SSL hours to the drop box by September 28th. See Ms. Warner for any questions.  

 


 

9/17/18

 

  • Attention Frost students and staff! We will have our first fundraiser of the year 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 Tuesday, September 25th between 5 - 8pm. See you there!
  • It's that time of the year again. Start thinking about what talent you want to showcase in the annual Frost talent show. Auditions will be held on Tuesday, September 25th; and Wednesday, September 26th; from from 3:10 to 4:30pm. You will need to sign up for an audition slot outside of room 232. If you are interested in joining the stage crew, please stop by room 232. Contact Ms. Ashman with any questions.
  • Attention all students interested in serving as student ambassadors: Please report to Mrs. Douglas in the counseling suite during SOAR today for a very important informational meeting.
  • Would you like to learn how to program computers or make your own video games and animations? Maybe you'd like to test your skills in Scratch, Python, and JavaScript. Coding Club is back at R-F-M-S this year. Classes are every Tuesday from 3:05 PM to 4:30 PM. Activity buses will be available starting in October to take you home. Coding Club begins on Tuesday, September 25th.  Sign up at www.PandaProgrammer.com.
  • Congratulations to the new members of the  2018-2019 Math Team. The team roster is posted outside of the cafeteria doors. Thank you to all who tried out!
  • Attention all students interested in playing softball or running cross country this year. Tryouts will resume tomorrow. Please see Mr. DeSanto with questions.

 

9/14/18

 

  • It's that time of year, start thinking about what talent you want to showcase in the Frost Annual talent show!  Auditions will be on Tuesday September 25 th and Wednesday September 26 th  from 3:10-4:30 on both days.   You will need to sign up for audition time slot outside of room 232.  If you are interested in joining the crew please stop by room 232.  Contact Ms. Ashman with any questions.  
  • Attention to all 7 th  and 8 th grade girls who are trying out for the girls' softball team.  There will be no tryouts this week.  The tryouts will now start on Tuesday September 18 th .  Please see Mr. DeSanto if you have any questions.
  • Coding Club: Would you like to learn how to program computers? Make your own video games or animations?  Test you skills in Scratch, Python and JavaScript?  Coding Club is back at RFMS this year.  Classes are every Tuesday from 3:05-4:30pm.  Activity buses will be available in October to take you home!  Come learn programming with your friends.  Coding Club begins on Tuesday, September 25 th .  Sign up at www.pandaprogrammer.com   or see the flyers in the main lobby.   
  • Frost Byte News  Club, please report to the TV studio at the beginning of SOAR today. 

 


9/13/18
  • ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Math team tryouts for this school year will take place September 13th promptly from 3:05 p.m.- 4:05 p.m. in the media center. You will need to bring a pencil (no calculator) and arrange for transportation home immediately following tryouts. TRYOUTS ARE ONE DAY ONLY, PLAN ACCORDINGLY. See Ms. Minich if you have any questions.
  • It's that time of year, start thinking about what talent you want to showcase in the Frost Annual talent show!  Auditions will be on Tuesday September 25 th and Wednesday September 26 th  from 3:10-4:30 on both days.   You will need to sign up for audition time slot outside of room 232.  If you are interested in joining the crew please stop by room 232.  Contact Ms. Ashman with any questions.   
  • This Thursday is our first NOW Reading of the year- let's start it off on the right track!  When you go to your NOW reading class on Thursday bring your favorite text-this can be a magazine, graphic novel, piece of fiction or non-fiction.  Let's continue on this pathway of success in education by keeping ourselves mentally fit as well!
  • Attention to all 7 th  and 8 th grade girls who are trying out for the girls' softball team.  There will be no tryouts this week.  The tryouts will now start on Tuesday September 18 th .  Please see Mr. DeSanto if you have any questions. 

9/12/18  

 

  • ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Math team tryouts for this school year will take place, today,  September 13th promptly from 3:05 p.m.- 4:05 p.m. in the media center. You will need to bring a pencil (no calculator) and arrange for transportation home immediately following tryouts. TRYOUTS ARE ONE DAY ONLY, PLAN ACCORDINGLY. See Ms. Minich if you have any questions.
  • It's that time of year, start thinking about what talent you want to showcase in the Frost Annual talent show!  Auditions will be on Tuesday September 25 th and Wednesday September 26 th  from 3:10-4:30 on both days.   You will need to sign up for audition time slot outside of room 232.  If you are interested in joining the crew please stop by room 232.  Contact Ms. Ashman with any questions.  
  • Today is our first NOW Reading of the year-  let's start it off on the right track!  When you go to your NOW reading class after period 2 bring your favorite text-this can be a magazine, graphic novel, piece of fiction or non-fiction.  Let's continue on this pathway of success in education by keeping ourselves mentally fit as well!
  • Attention to all 7 th  and 8 th grade girls who are trying out for the girls' softball team.  There will be no tryouts this week.  The tryouts will now start on Tuesday September 18 th .  Please see Mr. DeSanto if you have any questions.
  • Coding Club: Would you like to learn how to program computers? Make your own games?  Program educational projects?  Coding Club is back at RFMS this year.  Classes are every Tuesday from 3:05-4:30pm.  Activity buses will be available in October to take you home!  Come learn programming with your friends.  Coding Club begins on Tuesday, September 25 th .  Sign up at www.pandaprogrammer.com   or see the flyers in the main lobby.