Ramsey Magnet School of Science

Big School -> Bigger Heart

Ramsey is proud to be one of two schools in the district to institute a uniform policy. This process could not have been completed without the help of staff, parents and administration. Please click on the links below for more information.

Maintenance and Operations Levy

On March 10th the Coeur d’Alene School District will ask voters to consider approving a two-year Maintenance and Operations (M&O) Levy of $15M. The current M&O levy expires in June 2015. 


Local taxpayer support of public schools has become essential. One out of five dollars the district spends on educating our students comes from the local levy.  Levy dollars fund the day-to-day operations of the district’s educational programs, bridging the gap between the funding provided by the state and the cost of meeting the educational needs of our students.


This spring’s request will include a multi-year plan to reduce class sizes and hire more teachers. The levy request will also include purchasing curriculum materials and textbooks for students.


Want to learn more about the upcoming March 10th Maintenance & Operations levy? Additional facts and voter information may be found here.

Jump Rope for Heart
February is American Heart Month, making it an ideal time for Ramsey to schedule a school-home-community wellness celebration. Jump Rope for Heart is a National event promoting fitness and cardiovascular health, while raising funds to help local Heart Associations fight against heart disease. Heart disease is our country's NUMBER ONE KILLER. Please review the information sent home with your child. This event will take place during the week of February 2nd.You will need to sign a permission slip in order for your child to participate. If you have any questions, please contact Trena Burt at tburt@cdaschools.org or (208)765-2010. Please click here for more information.

Two of our many amazing staff members have been recognized recently with special awards. The Coeur d'Alene Educational Partnership (CEP) surprised second grade teacher Chris Inlow December 4th. CEP chose her as this month's Invest, Inspire, and Innovate Award Recipient for certified staff. On the morning of December 5th, Superintendent Matt Handelman named Monica Annis-Hilliard as Classified Employee of the Month. Ms. Annis-Hilliard leads science exploratory classes in grades K-2 and keyboarding classes in grades 3-5. Congrats, Mrs. Inlow and Ms. Annis-Hilliard! We are lucky to have you here at Ramsey Magnet School of Science!                             

Mrs. Inlow  Mrs. Annis-Hillard  


ANOTHER Big Thank You! 
“How beautiful a day can be when kindness touches it” (George Elliston). On the morning of December 1st, Office Depot/Office Max presented boxes upon boxes of school supplies to Ramsey Magnet School of Science through their “A Day Made Better” program. Their foundation recognizes that teachers often spend their own money on school supplies, and as such, they donated a myriad of essential items for classroom and school use, from pencils and paper to glue and post-it dispensers. What a joy! We thank Office Depot/Office Max for their generosity and thoughtfulness. They certainly made our day better!

Nondiscrimination Notice
The Coeur d’Alene School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability in any educational programs or activities receiving federal financial assistance or in employment practices. The District provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.
Inquiries regarding compliance with this nondiscrimination policy may be directed to the Director of Special Services or Director of Human Resources at the District Administrative Center, 1400 N. Northwood Center Ct., Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 83814-2472, (208) 664-8241.

Current Events

1/29: District Spelling Bee

1/30: Report Cards Sent Home

2/2-2/6: Jump Rope for Heart

2/9: PTO Meeting

2/12: Winter Literacy Night 3-5

What Makes Ramsey Special? 
Ramsey Magnet School of Science is a School-wide, National Title One School.
  • 23 highly qualified teachers in grades 1-5.
  • Specialists in Art, Music, PE, Special Education, Speech/Language Title One, and Advanced Learning.
  • Full time principal and vice-principal
  • Full time guidance counselor
  • Part time school psychologist
  • Full time media specialist
  • Intervention specialist
  • Highly qualified Title One assistants, math and reading remediation teachers and special education para-professionals.

At Ramsey, we have:

  • A 32-computer lab with Smartboard Display, computers available for every classroom, and a mobile computer lab with 16 laptops, all with internet access.
  • A fully equipped science lab
  • Excellent library with many Accelerated Reader books
  • Many science-related events and experiences including:  school-wide science vocabulary, mini-science days, two science fairs, before and after school science clubs, robotic teams, Mars Rover competitive teams, three 9-week hands-on science lab kits for each classroom, science exploratory for grades 1-3, outdoor habitat and school garden, science-related assemblies and field trips, summer science camp, and much more!
  • Extra-curricular events and activities such as cross country, fall and spring book fairs, D.A.S.H. (after-school classes), Junior Achievement, Run for Fun, Fall Family Fun Night, etc.

Our motto at

Ramsey Magnet School of Science


Big School... Bigger Heart!