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  • Walk & Talk a Thon - May 1st

    Come join us for our 1st Annual Walk & Talk a Thon on May 1 - Tuesday at 7 pm at the Ramsey High School Track. This event is supported by the Ramsey Junior Woman's Club and the Ramsey Municipal Alliance. Cost is free! Click headline for more information.

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  • Seventh Grade Students Showcase Commercials at Ramsey Theatre

    The new Multimedia Production class at Smith School was invited to showcase their student produced commercials at the Ramsey Theatre on Saturday, January 27th. This experience was part of a thematic marketing campaign unit for the seventh grade exploratory class. As part of an initiative to create more authentic assessments, this project allowed students to produce a commercial for an audience outside the classroom. Laura and Dave Rose, owners of the Ramsey Theatre, collaborated with the students in tackling a real world issue: What is the best way to support a local business? Click headline for more.

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  • Preschool Registration for 2018-19 School Year

    As part of the experiences for Ramsey High School students enrolled in the Child Development Class, Ramsey and Saddle River preschool age children are invited to participate in a preschool program that is supervised by Ramsey High School students and the Child Development teaching staff. Registration forms for the October 2018 preschool class will be available at the High School General Office on March 16, 2018 beginning at 9:00am and will also be available on the preschool website, https://sites.google.com/ramsey.k12.nj.us/rhspreschool. The class for preschoolers meets three mornings a week, usually Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, for approximately 2½ hours each day. Click headline for more information.

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  • Martin Luther King Day 2018

    January 15th was a Day of Service around the district to honor and celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. There were learning activities and/or service learning projects across the district’s school. At Tisdale there were a host of activities including age-appropriate read alouds of picture books to teach lessons of equality, peace, and justice. Third graders worked with Ramsey High School students to explore the question, “How do Dr. Martin Luther King’s big words influence us today?” The classes identify key words in Dr. King’s teaching and used those words to create a mural to depict those big ideas. Click the headline to see a small sample of some.

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  • Kate Fagan Wrap Up

    Thank you to the Ramsey Community School for helping to bring Kate Fagan to Ramsey on January 29. Over the course of the day, over 1,000 students, parents, and residents were able to hear Ms. Fagan speak honestly and sincerely about the complex issues facing both children and parents today. This event capped a terrific professional development day in which the District continued its focus on mental health by providing awareness training for staff in the morning, and in the afternoon, specific presentations by Ms. Fagan were tailored to our staff and to our student-athletes. But, this was just one small part of Ramsey’s commitment to wellness.

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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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  • 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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