News & Information

Homeroom Lists

Attached are the 2019/2018 Homeroom Lists.  Tuesday the 6th grade students will go to the cafeteria first and the teachers will then take the students to their Homeroom classes.  The 7th ad 8th grade students will go directly to their Homerooms.  They can find their Homeroom number by checking the website or the posters which are posted in the lobby as they enter the school.  Thank you and we are excited to see all of our students on Tuesday, September 3rd.  Remember school begins at 8:15am. Click here Homeroom List.

Locker Information(Students Only)

Students to enter locker information during homeroom.  Please enter: Name, Locker number, Serial number and Combination.

RFMS PE Clothes Order Form

Order your 2019-2020 physical education clothes today! Orders can be made online or in class.  

Students Ride Free all the Time with Youth Cruiser Smartrip card

Any Ride On and most Metrobuses in Montgomery County you can now ride free with a Youth Cruiser Smart Trip card.  You can pick one up at public libraries and select schools, and a few select locations noted on the flyer attached.  Also subscribe to email alerts at www.Montgomerycountymd.gov/govdelivery.

Immunizations required for 7th Grade students and locations of free clinics

All incoming seventh grade students must receive vaccinations against Tetanus-diphtheria-acellular pertussis (Tdap) and Meningococcal meningitis (MCV4) prior to the start of the 2019-2020 school year.  We have a list of walk in clinic locations and hours of operation that offer these vaccinations free of charge for our students.  If you have any questions, call the Robert Frost Health Room at 301-279-3960.

Dr. Jones 2019/2020 Welcome Back Letter to the Students and Parents of Robert Frost Middle School

Parents and Students of Robert Frost Middle School, Get ready to "Experience Excellence" at Robert Frost Middle School. Attached is Dr. Jones letter to the Robert Frost families.    

Information for the upcoming school year 2019-2020 @ Robert Frost Middle School

We are very excited and are looking forward to the new school year 2019-2020.  We hope everyone is enjoying your summer and experiencing new adventures, and relaxing with family.  We are listing information that should be useful for the new school year.  We hope everyone enjoys the rest of the summer, and we will look forward to seeing everyone on the first day of school, September 3, 2019.  Our Back To School Night is Thursday, September 26, 2019, 7:00 p.m.  Included here are school supplies, MCPS calendar, bus lists, PTA membership forms, attendance policy, and Principal/Parent Breakfast schedule.

Robert Frost Summer Math Packets

Our Summer Math Packets are available here on the website for your convenience.  The packets are also available in the counseling office if you would prefer to stop by the school and pick a packet up at the school.  If you are unsure of which packet to complete, call the office and we will direct you to your counselor and they will help you in determining which packet to work on.  We hope everyone has a great summer, and we look forward to seeing everyone back at Frost this September.

Yearbook Expectations

Robert Frost Yearbooks have been distributed to students.  We have a few left and we are selling them at SOAR for $50.00.  Students please heed the five expectations we have outlined for the yearbook.

Florida STEM Trip - Parent Meeting

Are you interested in going on the March 2020 Florida STEM Trip?Come to the parent meeting on May 9, 2019 @ 6 pm in room 205. 

Internet Safety & Cyber Bullying Presentation

Mr. Steve Chaikin was our guest speaker at the Principal-Parent Breakfast on Friday April 12, 2019.  Mr. Chaikin gave an important presentation on internet safety, cyber bulling, and new laws that protect our students.  To view Mr. Chaikin's presentation, please click this link.

Powerpoint presented at Principal/Parent Breakfast by J. Darius Greene

On January 11, 2019, we had our 3rd Principal/Parent Breakfast at Robert Frost Middle School.  Our special guest speaker was J. Darius Greene, the Assistant Director of Arts and Humanities at University of Maryland.  Mr. Greene gave an outstanding presentation on "What Parents Can Do To Prepare Their Middle School Students For College".  We have made the Power Point presentation available for your viewing.

2019/2020 Robert Frost Middle School Course Bulletin

Robert Frost Middle School continues to offer a wide range of academic choices in order to meet the needs of all students.  We believe that each student who passes through our doors will be successful and experience excellence.  We encourage you to carefully review our Course Bulletin o make wise and informed choices for your child's academic program.

West Coast through STEM Trip

 The West Coast trip is an awesome way for your child to explore the WEST COAST through STEM-Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math!  Your World Strides trip is all inclusive!  Click here for more information.