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.

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  • 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.

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    Applications for 2017-18

    Applications are now being 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 14, 2017.  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. 

    Applications may be picked up at the Ramsey office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at 1351 Kathleen Ave.  OR you may download one from our website. To be considered during this first application window, please return your completed application to the Ramsey office by April 14, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.  Download application

    Applicants will be accepted based on available openings.  If there are more applicants than space available, there will be a lottery process.  Within 15 days of the close of the enrollment period, families will be notified of the status of their application.  Application process explained

    Please note:  There will be two consecutive windows to ensure reaching our student population capacity and provide a waiting list of students in each grade level:


    ~  Window #1 begins March 1 – April 14, 2017

    ~  Window #2 is April 17 – August 11, 2017



     united way BOOK DRIVE - May 1st through May 22nd

    Donations needed of books of all levels to keep kids reading all summer!


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    Meeting on April 6th!

    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,


    Happy Spring Break!  We would like to give one last shout-out to our amazing DASH coordinator, Elise Dunkin.  She did a fantastic job preparing and organizing this special program for kids.   Also, we would like to thank our Science Fair team for their organization of such a great Science Fair yesterday!  A special ‘thank you’ needs to be given to Ms. Weber and Mrs. Jackson for leading this special day.  We were also amazed by the quality and quantity of projects.  We hope this event fostered a new interest in Science for many children!   


    We would like to thank Mrs. Ehrsam, Mrs. Clifford, and Mrs. Wilson for coaching our Math Is Cool teams!  Our 4th grade team came in 2nd place and 5th grade team earned 3rd place.  Yuki W. and Sebastian R. were the top scorers for Ramsey!  Yuki ranked 1st overall for 4th grade and Sebastian placed 5th overall for 5th grade.  Congratulations!


    Our teachers have thoroughly enjoyed meeting with all of you for conferences.  We appreciate your teamwork and efforts to support your children.  We are thankful for such a great parent group at Ramsey.  


    Have you had a chance to take the Survey about Ramsey? If not, please consider taking this survey so we can know from your perspective how to make Ramsey even better. We cannot improve if we don’t have reliable, valid information. Results will be tallied at the end of March so please complete the survey HERE.  


    It is that time of year! Mrs. Burt needs your help for our Run for Fun program. Run for Fun is a 5 week running program that we do at lunch time. Run for Fun will start April 10th! Our running days will be:  Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays during lunch times. This is a free five week running program open to all students.  Mrs. Burt needs parents to help mark laps and encourage the kids.  Please email her at:  tburt@cdaschools.org if you can help. Your child will receive credit for doing any community events like the Walk for Autism, Spring Dash or Bloomsday.


    Be a part of something BIG this summer! Fernan is proud to host Camp Invention, a STEM program of the National Inventors Hall of Fame, during the week of June 26-30. The following modules will be covered. Create:  an ultimate Spy Gadget Alarm Box;                                          Launch: water rockets, build Bubble Blasters, and engineer castles; Explore: an exo-planet and design inventions for Earth; Design: dust tape products and pitch them to mock investors. For more information contact the Camp Director, Pamela Kiefer  pargue-kiefer@cdaschools.org,                                           visit, www.campinvention.org or call 800.968.4332 to register! Limited partial scholarships available! (contact director).

    Life can get hectic this time of year between sport practices, music lessons, and other school clubs and events. There will be times when the dinner hour arrives and you find yourself driving to the nearest fast food restaurant to feed the crew. What can you do to maximize the nutritional bang for your buck? Here are a few tips to assure you make the best choices. Have a “go-to” list of restaurants that your family enjoys that offers healthier options such as salads, fresh sandwiches, and meat & veggie rice bowls. Choose smaller portions by avoiding the super-sized meal options. Opt for milk, water or juice over soda. Add veggies where you can such as on sandwiches, on top of the pizza or as a side salad option over fries. You can avoid overdoing the high-fat sauces and dressings by keeping them on the side and lightly dipping foods. Lastly, all food choices will fit into your diet provided you exercise good portion control and balance them with healthier choices. To learn more about healthy eating, go the Nutrition Services department page and click on “Nutrition Links that We Like” at www.cdaschools.org.


    Please mark your calendars for our spring book fair from April 3rd-7th in the library!  


    Enjoy every minute with your children over Spring Break creating new memories.  The kids are excited to be with you!  Whether you are staying in Coeur d’Alene or traveling elsewhere, please be safe.  We look forward to your return.

    Yours truly,


    Crystal Kubista, Principal

    Aaron Drake, Assistant Principal


    Crystal Kubista
    Ramsey Magnet School of Science
    "Empowering Students to Inquire, Discover, and Achieve"