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Welcome to Robert Frost Elementary School and the 2018-19 school year!

As we continue our journey of continuous improvement, this school year we will refine and build upon our work of embracing modern learning where students can apply skills within authentic experiences that allow them to make lasting connections, collaborate with others, and think critically.

At Frost we have dedicated and talented staff who care deeply about your child’s success and well-being. Our staff work diligently everyday to create positive learning environments where you child can grow in both academics and social-emotional learning. As principal, I believe one of my primary responsibilities is to ensure that the conditions for learning, for both adults and students, are positive and supportive. This allows everyone, including myself, the chance to try new things and share ideas so everyone in the school community can grow and learn.

Our district vision is “Preparing Students to be Successful for Life.” A critical piece in ensuring this vision flourishes is developing a strong home and school partnership. This year we will continue to seek opportunities to work together and engage in positive dialogue about nurturing and educating all of our students.

This year my son enters his senior year of high school and prepares to embark on his next journey. I can’t help but reflect on what I believe is truly important in becoming a lifelong learner and valuable citizen: embrace your strengths, dream big, set goals, work hard, and always support one another.

Robert Frost is a special place where our sense of unity comes from our common goal of every child being engaged in positive learning, every day. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or would like to explore ways to get involved.

Sincerely,

Ms. Susan Savage, Principal
(847) 593-4378 | [email protected]

 

Susan Square

Welcome to Robert Frost Elementary School and the 2018-19 school year!

As we continue our journey of continuous improvement, this school year we will refine and build upon our work of embracing modern learning where students can apply skills within authentic experiences that allow them to make lasting connections, collaborate with others, and think critically.

At Frost we have dedicated and talented staff who care deeply about your child’s success and well-being. Our staff work diligently everyday to create positive learning environments where you child can grow in both academics and social-emotional learning. As principal, I believe one of my primary responsibilities is to ensure that the conditions for learning, for both adults and students, are positive and supportive. This allows everyone, including myself, the chance to try new things and share ideas so everyone in the school community can grow and learn.

Our district vision is “Preparing Students to be Successful for Life.” A critical piece in ensuring this vision flourishes is developing a strong home and school partnership. This year we will continue to seek opportunities to work together and engage in positive dialogue about nurturing and educating all of our students.

This year my son enters his senior year of high school and prepares to embark on his next journey. I can’t help but reflect on what I believe is truly important in becoming a lifelong learner and valuable citizen: embrace your strengths, dream big, set goals, work hard, and always support one another.

Robert Frost is a special place where our sense of unity comes from our common goal of every child being engaged in positive learning, every day. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or would like to explore ways to get involved.

Sincerely,

Ms. Susan Savage, Principal
(847) 593-4378 | [email protected]

 

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