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     Keri Walsh and Family
    Walsh Family
    The Ramsey Board of Education is pleased to announce the appointment of  Mrs. Keri Walsh to the vacated seat.  Mrs. Walsh  is a 13 year Ramsey resident and, along with her husband Larry Walsh, have two daughters  – Mia, 10 years old and Ellie, 8 years old.   Mrs. Walsh is currently a Social Worker for the Woodcliff Lake School District where she has .  worked for the past 8 ½ years.  Mrs. Walsh was raised in Glen Rock, NJ.  After graduating from Holy Angels Academy, Mrs. Walsh attended Marist College where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology then went on to earn a Masters in Social Work   at Fordham University. Mrs. Walsh has worked with children for the past 21 years; her work history includes employment with the Division of Youth and Family Services, The Center for Food Action, The InterReligious Fellowship for the Homeless, Catholic Community Services, Care Plus and Christian Health Care Center.  Mrs. Walsh has a long history as a volunteer in Bergen County which includes  organizing Thanksgiving dinner for the homeless for several years.  She is an active member of the Trauma Loss Coalition of Bergen County responding to tragedies in Bergen County communities as a crisis counselor.  Mrs. Walsh is currently an assistant coach for the recreation soccer program in Ramsey as well as an assistant coach for her daughter’s Hotspur Soccer Team. The Board of Education welcomes Mrs. Walsh as our newest member and looks forward to working with her.

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  • CLASS OF 2015 - Best Wishes for continued success
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    Dr Michael J. Thumm, Principal of Ramsey High School, recently announced the names of the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Class of 2015.  They are Sabrina Casavechia, Valedictorian and Stuart Ian Harvey, Salutatorian. Both students are President’s Education Award recipients, three time recipients of the Scholastic “R” Award, and National Honor Society members.. .Read More.

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    Olympic Logo
    Thank you to all who participated in Ramsey's Relay for Life. Our community, staff, students, businesses, volunteers, and contributors made the evening a terrific success. This year's event marked a record fundraising year with over $175,788.38 in donations. 

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    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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    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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Parent Updates


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    • Incoming 8th-12th will be keeping their iPads over the summer. 

    • Tech Help will be offered on Wednesdays from 1-3 p.m. in the Ramsey High School Media Center - no appointment needed.  

    • If an iPad requires repair over the summer, bring the completed iPad repair form signed by a parent (if student is under 18) with the device to the media center. If an iPad has been lost or stolen a police report must accompany the paperwork in order to process an insurance claim.

    • Insurance for this school year expires on September 1st. In mid-August a notification will be sent and FamilyID will be updated and activated. Policies and Agreements, updated information, and payment of 2015-2016 insurance is expected by this date.

    •  Incoming 6th and 7th graders will receive their iPads during the second week of school at Smith.

    • Incoming 9th and 10th graders will exchange their iPads at the end of August-early September (dates will be set and notification sent) once insurance has been paid and FamilyID has been updated.

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    CALENDAR NEWS - 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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