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  • RHS Chorus Students opening for the Rockettes

    We are proud to announce that the Ramsey High School Chorus has been selected to open for the Rockettes at the esteemed Radio City Music Hall in NYC on December 12th at the 8 p.m. show. The Radio City Music Hall is one of the most famous halls in NYC (and the world) and it is a true honor that we have been asked to sing there! People come from all over the world to see the Rockettes and now they will be treated to hearing our chorus sing as well. Come and enjoy the music!

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  • RAMdom Acts of Kindess

    At a time when schools and young people are so often the subjects of bad news and to help kick off Ramsey’s Week of Respect Mr. Matteo and Dr. Murphy are offering a special hand delivered breakfast to students who perform “RAMdom Acts Of Kindness” during the month of October.

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  • A Student's Perspective on World Challenge Trip to Bolivia

    Please enjoy Abby Greenberg, a Ramsey High School student's perspective on her World Challenge trip to Bolivia this past summer.

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  • 2nd Annual Meet and Greet Transition Fair - Hosted by Ramsey's Special Services and Guidance Departments

    Save the Date: Wednesday, November 1, 2017 from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. in the Dater School Gym. Attendees may also visit the cafeteria where ice cream, cookies and coffee will be served hosted by Ramsey Is For Everyone (RIFE) along with an on-going game of Bingo!

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  • Ramsey School District - Referendum Committee

    The Ramsey School District is considering posing a referendum question next year asking residents to support the district’s capital improvement plans at the state-allowed maximum. The referendum for consideration would help ensure that our facilities and programming are current and reflect the type of learning experiences that we expect but can not afford due to our inadequate state funding.

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  • Proud To Be Stigma-Free

    Despite its prevalence, many individuals fail to seek help or treatment due to the stigma that society has attached to mental illness. Many people with a mental illness experience shame and fear of judgment from friends, family and co-workers. Such judgment is often rooted in a lack of awareness that mental illness is a disease that warrants the same recognition and treatment as any physical disease.

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  • One Book - One Community Initiative

    Over the past three years, Our One Book - One Community initiative has been very well received. Together, we have read, The Smartest Kids in the World, Most Likely To Succeed, and How to Raise an Adult - and as a community we have discussed, debated, and asked questions of each other .......

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