Ramsey Magnet School of Science

Big School — Bigger Heart!

Big School — Bigger Heart!

Uniform Information

  • 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.

    Ramsey Uniform Policy 2016-17  l  Logo l Where to Buy

Stand Up, Speak Up

  • We are committed to eliminating bullying in our schools. When you see someone being bullied, don't stand by —choose action! READ MORE about this initiative.

    Report a Bully!



    Applications will soon be accepted for the 2017-18 school year at Ramsey Magnet School of Science.  The first Open Application Window is for any incoming kindergarten – 5th grade student not currently enrolled at Ramsey.  This application window runs from March 1, 2017, to April 21, 2017.  Applications will be available online once the windows open. 


    Please note:  Even if you live in the Ramsey attendance zone, enrollment is not guaranteed unless you are currently enrolled at Ramsey.  Be sure to fill out an application in the earliest “Window” possible to increase your child’s chances of securing a spot. 


    Food Drive

    Food Drive Information

    Dash  Dynamic After School Hours

     DASH begins on February 13, 2017.

    We are still in need of both instructors and volunteers for our DASH program.   If you have a special interest or talent that you would like to share, or know of anyone else that may be interested in teaching, please contact Elise Dunkin at dashramseypto@gmail.com.   Classes this year will be on Mondays and Wednesdays, beginning February 13th.  You can teach or volunteer for one or both days.  



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    Get to Know Us!

    Ramsey Magnet School of Science is a National Title One School.

    • 27 highly qualified teachers in grades K-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
    • Highly qualified Title One assistants, math and reading remediation teachers and special education para-professionals

    At Ramsey, we have:

    • A fully-equipped science lab
    • 3:1 student to device ratio
    • First Lego League
    • Science Day
    • Science Fair-both classroom and individual
    • Radical Rick Assembly and After School Science Camp
    • Club THINK! for intermediate grades
    • DASH-Dynamic After School Hour
    • Partnership with The Pacific Science Center
    • Science-related field trips
    • Jr. Science Cafe
    • Extended grade level science kits
    • Star lab


    Big School... Bigger Heart!


Student Links

What's New:

  • hoop shoot  The ELKS NATIONAL HOOP SHOOT is about ready to start! Make sure you have all of the information you need to participate!



    SQORD A new SQORD Program is launching for our 5th graders!

    Here is a Short SQORD Video that introduces this excellent program.

      Fred Meyer

    Fred Meyer teams with Ramsey!!

    Fred Meyer


    A big thank you to Fred Meyer for the $500 donation to Ramsey Magnet School of Science.



Ramsey Review:

  • Dear Ramsey Families,

    As report cards come home with your student on Friday, we wish to provide you some important information regarding changes over the past year. In 2013-14, the report card changed with the Idaho Core Standards in Math and English Language Arts, which were adopted by the state of Idaho and implemented in our school district. The new standards are more rigorous and accelerate both the teaching and learning that goes on in Ramsey classrooms. The report card you have reflects these standards. A score of 4 indicates a child exceeds grade level expectations for the standard at this time. A score of 3 indicates your child can demonstrate what the standard requires; he/she meets the grade-level expectation at this time. We do not expect mastery in January for every standard. Students will master many of the standards by the end of the school year, and we encourage you to think of a score of 2 as one that is emerging. Unfortunately, the report card uses the word “basic”. A score of 2 indicates a student is on his/her way to meeting the standard by year’s end. If you see a score of 1, however, your child is at risk for reaching that particular standard by year’s end. Please work with your child’s teacher to support your student’s growth—4, 3, 2 or 1. Thank you for your patience, understanding, and adaptation. As our teaching and learning moves from an emphasis on letter grades to an emphasis on learning and skill, we will all benefit in the long run.

    Please mark your calendars for some important dates in the near future. On Wednesday evening, our PTO will conduct a planning meeting at 6:30 p.m. at MacKenzie River Pizza. Everyone is welcome.  The team will be planning a large fundraising gala and would love your help!  Also, don’t forget to mark your calendars for the Bond and Levy vote on March 14th!  We will providing you with more information in future Ramsey Reviews about the Levy and Bond.  In the meantime, please know that absentee ballots are available in the office!

    Your child’s teacher should have sent home a Confirmation of Enrollment form recently. Please be sure to fill it out and send it back ASAP. (Thank you to those of you who have already sent it back!) This form is not an actual registration form, but it provides us a general idea about our numbers for next year. Our goal is to hear back from every student. Thank you!

    We would like to say thank you again to Mrs. Burt for all her hard work with Jump Rope for Heart!  She worked incredibly hard over the past couple weeks to organize and manage such a meaningful event for kids.   

    As always, we hope you have had a restful Super Bowl weekend with your family.  Spring is just around the corner!

    Sincerely yours,

    Crystal Kubista, Principal

    Aaron Drake, Assistant Principal