ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Frost starts Model UN club

Nitya Kumar managing editor For the first time, Robert Frost Middle School has an official Model United Nations Club. It is sponsored by this school’s own successful Model United Nations Club. Junior Vice President Joel Shapiro is a Co-Head Ambassador with sophomore Junior Officer Abbey Damonte, and both the students created this club. “Basically I coordinate with Mrs. Avila-Miller at Frost to take the Frost … Continue reading ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Frost starts Model UN club

SMOB reaches out to school

Ananya Tadikonda visits to convene with She’s the First Nitya Kumar managing editor Student Member of the Board senior Ananya Tadikonda came to this school on Sept. 18 to meet with She’s the First, a popular club that fundraises and advocates for girls’ education, to discuss her new projects and to hear from the student community. Tadikonda is the 41st student member of the Board … Continue reading SMOB reaches out to school

Large workloads put student mental well-being at risk

This is a common scenario at this school: a student comes home at 6 pm. After going to school, dealing with exams, doing classwork, and staying late for extracurricular activities, sports, or rehearsal, the student is tired. But then they have to do homework for 30 minutes for each class. This is a tough reality, because although homework is important, students have to balance their … Continue reading Large workloads put student mental well-being at risk

Attire: drugs, alcohol, visible bras, improper headwear, too much skin; administration bans it all

Walking around the hallways, students display a variety of clothes due to their unique fashion statements. Some of the clothes students want to wear, such as short crop tops, booty shorts and sagging pants, are prohibited. This school, just like all public schools, has a dress code that students must abide by, and the dress code is enforced by the security team, administration and teachers. … Continue reading Attire: drugs, alcohol, visible bras, improper headwear, too much skin; administration bans it all