The expectations for student behavior at the Frost Middle are summed up by a commitment to the message of our school mascot… the FROST FALCON:
Family “I belong here and I am proud to be a Frost Falcon!”
Ability “My talent and skill grow with my effort.”
Legacy “Once a Frostie, always a Frostie!”
Community “We are all responsible for making our school great.”
Opportunity “I will attend. I will join. I will contribute. I will try.”
Nobility “I am polite. I am kind. I am respectful of others.’
Sincerity “I am serious about reaching my full potential.”
Students at the Frost Middle School are able to participate in a vast palette of Extended Learning Day (ELD) opportunities which include intramural sports and Project Adventure; Computer Club; Dance, Dance, Revolution; American Sign Language, Robotics and Engineering; Beginning and Intermediate Guitar Lessons; Fashion and Accessories Club; Science Rocks!; Chorus: and many, many more! Additionally, our school works in partnership with Discovering Justice which offers a Mock Trial Program and Boston Shakespeare Company which supports our ELD Drama Club. With the Frost Middle School Honor Society and Frost Student Council, more than 65% of our students are involved in something outside of the academic program at the Frost Middle. That helps make this school a community of learners.
John Patterson, Assistant Principal
John Patterson has been a teacher in the Lawrence Public Schools for 15 years. He has taught middle school Humanities and most recently Mathematics at the Frost Middle School since 2001. John was a member of the first LEAP (Leadership in Education Advancement Program) and is also certified in NISL (National Institute for School Leadership) through Lawrence Public Schools. Mr. Patterson is a two-time Sontag Recipient, and has represented the Robert Frost Middle School on Superintendent Riley’s 2013-2014 Teacher Leader Cabinet.