Dominique Dennis is currently serving her second year as school principal. Previous principals include current Stevens Middle School principal Carla Lobos, former Director of Technology Denny Delafield, and school board vice president Bill Leggett.
The school’s name is a tribute to the great early 20th century American poet and thinker, Robert Frost. Known for his realistic depictions of rural life, Frost earned four Pulitzer Prizes for Poetry.
Frost Elementary is unique in its students and programs. Most things are taught in three languages, Spanish, Russian and English. Seventy-eight students are enrolled in the school’s 1st–5th grade Russian late exit transitional bilingual program. The Spanish bilingual Spectrum Program has 78 students enrolled in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades. Additionally, Frost has two Structured Learning classrooms for students who need extra support both socially and academically. Frost Elementary holds daily drawings for students who have earned Cougar Paws, an incentive program recognizing students for doing their best, helping others, solving problems, making good decisions, and showing respect.