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Our Mission

"Through partnerships with families, community and staff, we will provide exemplary educational opportunities, preparing all students for successful futures."

~Learning Communities Striving Toward Individual Excellence~

Ramsey staff believe that every child will be successful. An established, well-trained staff; a continuous, progressive, developmentally-appropriate curriculum; a supportive Board of Education; and an extensive parent program have given our students an edge.

Ramsey Elementary has students in grades 1-3. Over the last 25 years, the elementary staff has developed a number of instructional options to fit the needs of our students and families.  The primary objective in all our programs is to develop a deep and long lasting academic relationship between teachers, parents and students.

Parents can choose to have their students learn in a:

  • Traditional Option – A traditional classroom option is available in grades 1-3. A traditional classroom will have students of the same grade spend one school year with a teacher and will have a different teacher as they move to the next grade level.
  • Looping (multi-year) Option – This option is available to students entering first grade. Students are all in the same grade and they stay together as a class with the same teacher for 1st and 2nd grade.
  • Multi-Age Option – Multi-age classrooms will have students in grades 1, 2 & 3 learning at appropriate age levels.  Student will stay with the same teacher for all three years.

Reading, writing, spelling and math are priorities. Science, social studies and health are many times integrated to provide relevant and meaningful experiences for the child. Each child attends music and physical education classes five days a week, has a 50-minute library class weekly and accesses the computer lab for 50 minutes a week or more.

Supplemental services in reading and math (Title 1) are available within the classroom for children who qualify. Special needs services are offered within the classroom as well or in a resource room setting.

The Discovery Program, a children’s Day Treatment Program, is provided on site. Services are provided to develop:  self-esteem, positive peer relations, self-management skills, problem-solving skills, friendship skills, and management of emotional concerns and communications.‚Äč