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  • Survey: Profile of a Ramsey Graduate and District Curriculum

    The Ramsey School District has put forth extensive effort to ensure that each of our students is well prepared for college, work, and life in the 21st century. Several years ago the district carefully researched global trends and identified essential student competencies that were considered essential for success in a rapidly changing society. These competencies were formalized in a document called A Ramsey Student Will. One of the District goals for the 2017-2018 school year is to revise A Ramsey Student Will and develop a Profile of a Ramsey Graduate...(Click to read more)

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  • One Book, One Community Initiative - January 29, 2018 at 7 p.m. at RHS Auditorium

    On January 29, 2018 at 7 p.m. we are excited to announce that the author, Kate Fagan, of the NY Times bestseller book "What Made Maddy Run" will be speaking in the Ramsey High School auditorium. We hope you can join us.

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  • A New Year Message - from Laura Behrmann, Ramsey BOE President

    At our January 2nd reorganization meeting, those trustees elected to office during the November election were sworn in for their terms. The Board also elected David Rockefeller to the role of Vice President and me, Laura Behrmann as President for the upcoming calendar year. As previously announced, we established a Referendum Committee to evaluate and prepare a report to the Board regarding the possibility of a referendum to upgrade and expand our facilities. Many thanks to all who submitted an application for consideration. (Click headline for more)

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  • A Students Perspective of Frank Bruni Visit - by Jack Kramer

    As a RHS junior who is just beginning the college application process, I can feel the frenzy starting all around me. My classmates and I are constantly thinking about essays, extracurriculars, sports, SATs and ACTs, GPAs, and ranks, trying to perfect our image to get into our dream school. The stress and pressure we are under can be, at times, incredibly overwhelming. We have it fixed in our minds that the colleges that accept us and the schools we ultimately attend will make or break our future. We firmly believe that getting into a big-name school like Harvard or Yale will lead us to success, and getting rejected will end our futures. (Click headline for more)

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  • Kindergarten Registration for 2018-2019

    Kindergarten registration applications for the 2018 - 2019 school year are now available. To be eligible for Kindergarten, students must be 5 years old on or before October 1, 2018. Click above for important dates related to the registration process, the pre-registration link and information on the RCS WRAP program.

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  • Preschool Registration for 2018 - 2019

    Registration applications for the tuition based Integrated Preschool Program for the 2018 - 2019 school year are now available. To be eligible for Preschool, general education students must be 4 years old on or before October 1, 2018. All children enrolled in the program will attend for 5 1/2 hours five days a week. Click above for important dates related to the preschool registration process and the pre-registration link.

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  • January - Profile of a Graduate

    The Ramsey School District has put forth extensive effort to ensure that each of our students is well prepared for college, work, and life in the 21st century. Several years ago the district carefully researched global trends and identified essential student competencies that were considered essential for success in a rapidly changing society. These competencies were formalized in a document called A Ramsey Student Will. One of the District goals for the 2017-2018 school year is to revise A Ramsey Student Will and develop a Profile of a Ramsey Graduate. This is part of a nationwide campaign - Click headline for more information.

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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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  • District Testing Report - BOE Presentation

    At the October 30th Board of Education meeting Mr. Matteo gave a report on the results of the 2017 standardized testing. While there are areas in which we can continue to improve, you will notice that we continue to shine. Click to read more...

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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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