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  • Jazz
     
    UPCOMING THIS WEEK:
     
    Join Mr. Bialkin as he conducts an evening of Jazz as The Ramsey High School Jazz band plays an outdoor concert at the Rinlaub Park bandshell in Saddle River. Bring a blanket, chair, family and friends! It's free! Wednesday, May 27th at 7:00 p.m.
     

     
     
      

     
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  • VISUAL ARTS SHOW GALLERY 
     
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    Ramsey's outstanding fine arts teachers displayed selected pieces of their student's art to highlight the many various mediums and class lessons across the K-12 art classes. Here is a sampling of the works exhibited. Photo Gallery.
     
     
     

     
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  • RELAY FOR LIFE 
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    Ramsey Highschool is once again hosting Relay for Life on Friday, June 5, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. through June 6th at 6:00 a.m. 55 teams/626 participants/$103,834 raised and counting!.....Donate/SignUp for this event: Ramsey Relay.
      
     

     
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  • SUMMER CAMPS
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    Brochures and registration forms for Summer Vibrations, and Summer RED are now available online on the Ramsey Community School webpage. Registration begins on March 16th for Summer RED (before/aftercare) campers only. On March 18th for ALL Campers!
      

     
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  • NUTRISLICE SMART LUNCH MENUS 
     
    Students and parents can now selct a menu item and view the photo, description, nutritional content and carbohydrate counts. Menus can be filtered for students who have food allergies to identify foods that contain milk, egg, wheat, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish. Menus can be translated into several different languages with a click of a button. Nutrislice also offers a free App for nutrition information on the go! This program is now available for grades 1-8 with the high school activating in December. 
     

     
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  • BOARD MEMBER SOUGHT: The Ramsey Board of Education has announced its intention to appoint a resident of Ramsey to a position on the Board. A vacancy has been created by the resignation of Board Member Richard Muti. Any Ramsey resident interested in applying for the position should send a letter of application expressing interest, and include a resume of background experiences. Candidates for the Board vacancy must have resided in Ramsey for a minimum of one year at the time of appointment and be a registered voter. The appointment will be for a term which will run through January 2016. The Ramsey Board of Education traditionally holds regular meetings on the third and fourth Tuesday of each month. The information should be addressed to Mr. Robert J. Marcotulli, Assistant Superintendent-Business/Board Secretary, Ramsey Board of Education, 266 E. Main Street, Ramsey, New Jersey, 07446 by June 15, 2015. Candidates will be interviewed for the position on the evening of June 30, 2015.

     
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  • Ramsey Google Summit
     
    Ramsey School District will host this two day Google Apps Summit on  July 14-15 - 8:00 am-5:00 pm held at Dater School - Register Now on-line!  Flyer
      

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  • CREAMER FIELD DEDICATION
     
     Creamer
    On Tuesday April 14th the Ramsey Board of Education, along with many community residents, gathered  to celebrate the opening of our new athletic field at Ramsey High School, named after the Creamer Family. The new field will be home to lacrosse, soccer, field hockey, football and discus for both the Ramsey Public School District and Ramsey residents.  If you have not had the chance to see the new field, please take time to visit! View Photo Gallery

     
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  • COURTYARD REVIVAL AT RHS
     
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    The courtyard at Ramsey High School has become a hub for our community.  Last summer, with the support of the Ramsey Community School, the Ramsey Public Education Foundation, the Board of Education, and the Class of 2014, we remodeled our home economics kitchen and added a patio with two grills. This project continued during the school year when Zack Becher, a senior, completed an Eagle Scout project intended to honor three of our graduates who fell in the War on Terror.  This project involved cleaning up the courtyard, adding plants, and installing three benches dedicated to the fallen soldiers. Read More and View Presentation.
     
     

     
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  • ROBOTICS TEAM ESTABLISHED
     
    Robotics
    In the Spring of 2014 Mrs. Holly Falcone, Supervisor of Science and Technology Education, Mrs. Carol Burke, Science teacher, and Mr. Matt Eodice, Technology Education teacher visited schools in the area who have been involved in the league known as FIRST Robotics. Robotics has been a component in the technology education curriculum, however we only recently began the process of researching and investing in a competitive robotics team. At the April 21st board meeting, the teachers along with members of the team, showcased their accomplishments during the past year of this new endeavor.  Read More...
     
     

     
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  • Hubbard School
    NEWLY CREATED CULTURES UNIT AT HUBBARD SCHOOL
     
    At the February 3rd Board of Education Meeting, 3rd grade teachers from Hubbard School highlighted the newly created Cultures Unit implemented with all grade 3 students district wide. The Cultures Unit, written by teachers from both Hubbard and Tisdale during the district sponsored summer curriculum institute, highlights critical thinking, collaboration, and problem solving. Read More.
     
     

     
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  • SMITH SCHOOL PRESENTS AT BOARD MEETING
     
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    On Tuesday, March 31, Mrs. Poelstra, along with staff and students, shared the many ways in which the 21st Century Learning Initiative is being carried out at Smith School.  Emphasizing learning experiences that take students beyond the walls of the classroom, several examples which integrate 21st century skills with real world applications were shared.  From research-based projects, to college laboratory experiences, to community outreach, Smith School students have an array of opportunities to use the classroom as a starting point for making meaningful connections to their world.  
     
    Watch Smith School's Multimedia Video Presentation  
     

     
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  •  phone RAMSEY SCHOOL DISTRICT MOBILE APP     
     The mobile application is experiencing zoom issues on Android devices. Our provider is working on a solution.5-21-15
    Download our free app available on Google Play and iTunes App Store  
    Search Ramsey School District and look for The Ram. Once downloaded, there is no log in required. Scroll down and select "skip this step". Be sure to select all schools you want to receive feeds for.
            

     
     
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Parent Updates

  • question
    Questions about the Portal and our Communications? New Docs for Parents are posted under - Technology/Parents Tech Tips

     
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  • CALENDAR NEWS
    Calendar
     
    Did you know if you click on a calendar event using the blue Calendar Icon or the blue Calendar section on the left side of the main pages on our website, the event will open and provide additional information such as location, attachments, links, contact information, descriptions. Calendars can also be filtered, printed, and exported to your mobile device or Google Calendar!
     

     
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Summer Camps