​STUDENT LIFE

School Culture

In addition to our unique approach to instruction, Robert Frost Public Charter School places strong emphasis on developing a culture of harmony & respect to ensure students are provided with a safe, supportive learning environment.

To accomplish this we will:

  • Embrace all families & work to develop a strong school community.

  • Value parents, teachers & students for the significant role that each play in our community.

  • Promote personal responsibility & accountability, collaboration & communication.

  • Emphasize the importance of individual personal best.

  • Develop a sense of respect for oneself, fellow students & the greater community.

  • Encourage students to collaborate as stewards of the environment.

Parent Group

All are welcome, join us for one or more meetings and sign-up for email updates!

Email info@robertfrostcharterschool.org for more information.

SOCIAL INTEGRITY

LANGUAGE ARTS

MATHEMATICS

HISTORY

SPANISH

CIVICS & SERVICE

SCIENCE

PRACTICAL LIFE

WORLD LANGUAGES

GEOGRAPHY & CULTURE

TECHNOLOGY

VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS

PHYS ED & HEALTH

PROJECT-BASED LEARNING

 

Using the principles of Project-Based Learning, students are given opportunities to work with their peers to solve complex problems by sharing ideas, formulating a plan for success, delegating the responsibility of implementation, supporting each other to identify snags, adjusting the plan when necessary to develop a solution, and celebrating the achievement together.

GEOGRAPHY & CULTURE

 

Through regular curriculum as well as enrichment opportunities, students will learn about our world, continents, biomes, plants & animals, cultural diversity, political boundaries, climate zones, topography, flags of nations, etc.

SPECIAL EVENTS

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Board member Belinda Kustan with a student selling books at our first annual Harvest Festival, Oct. 27, 2018!

VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS

Using individual activities and group collaborative projects, students have daily opportunities to create and express themselves through the arts. They will have access to listening centers, musical instruments, paint, clay and other mediums.  Periodic group performance projects encourage whole body creative expression. Projects and study in all academic areas incorporate artist expression and creativity.

PRACTICAL LIFE

 

A unique element in the Montessori tradition is the area of Practical Life where skills pertaining to care of self, the environment and all living things are taught with the goal that students become fully capable and responsible adults. It is in Practical Life where the youngest students develop fine and gross motor skills learning to dress, pour, sort, wash and dry dishes and prepare simple foods, among other basic activities. As they mature, our students also aid in maintaining the school both inside and out, all with an emphasis on being stewards of their community and surroundings. 

 

Practical Life activities encourage independence, responsibility, self-discipline and self reliance, and aid in the development of concentration and cooperation, thus expanding students’ social and emotional education and growth. It is also here where students develop and practice responsible social skills. By establishing a school-wide atmosphere of kindness and respect, children work cooperatively with faculty and parents to create a safe and secure learning environment where differences can be recognized and valued, and diversity celebrated. This prepares the students for the experience of community service.

PHYS ED & HEALTH

Students have the opportunity to experience the importance of team building and teamwork through cooperative games and group sports. Our physical education program is geared toward building physical strength and coordination to the best of each student’s abilities, rather than competitive play. We use local resources as well as accessing national programs to develop a well-rounded physical education experience for our students. The Health curriculum will explore the function of body systems, such as skeletal, circulatory, digestive, etc. and basic healthy practices, like proper nutrition, regular exercise, adequate rest and renewal practices.

ESSC SKI PROGRAM

All RFPCS students can participate in the ESSC Ski Program.  Our school includes all ages in this program.  Ski day is Tuesdays, and students are bused to Cranmore Mountain and then picked up at the mountain at the end of the day.

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Robert Frost Public Charter School

110 Main Street

PO Box 1038

Conway, NH 03818

Phone: 603-356-6332

info@robertfrostcharterschool.org

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