Important Information

#InvestinRamsey

About the Ramsey Schools

RamseyShowcaseFlyer.pdf
Points of Pride.pdf

Timeline and Priorities

Pre-Referendum Timeline.pdf
Referendum Presentation - Priorities

Critical Dates & Overview of Costs

Ramsey Ref Date Card FINAL.pdf

Critical Dates


Ramsey Ref flier_Oct2018 FINAL.pdf

Overview of Costs

The Dater Bond & Comprehensive List of Projects

DaterBond and SchoolBySchoolBreakdown 9 21 18.pdf

Learn more about the Dater Bond and a School-By-School list of projects.


Studies

Kindergarten Feasibility Study

Kindergarten Feasibility Study

The Full-Day Kindergarten Feasibility Study was first presented to the Board of Education, and a slightly revised version was presented to the Ramsey Referendum Committee.

FINAL 2017-18 Demographic Report - Ramsey.pdf

Demographic Study

In the fall of 2017, the district hired Whitehall Associates to conduct a demographic study in order to statistically assess the enrollment projections for the next 5-10 years. The statistical analysis will serve as a guide for future decision-making as the district continues to monitor enrollment year to year.

Presentations to BOE & Community

BOE Referendum Committee Presentation - RAMSEY as of 03-28-18.pdf

March 27th BOE Meeting

GeneralPresentationSept.2018.pdf

Sept. 2018 Presentation to the Community

Referendum Presentation - Board Meeting 4.12.2018.pdf

April 12th BOE Meeting

Something For Every Ram...What Could It Look Like?

Various Sketches Depicting What The New Spaces Could Look Like

Voting Information

To be eligible to vote on Dec. 11, residents age 18 and older must be registered to vote in Ramsey by Tuesday, November 20. It’s easy to check voter registration status on the state’s website at https://www.state.nj.us/state/elections/voting-information-voting.html.

If you’re not already registered with a Ramsey address, you can use a simple form (http://www.state.nj.us/state/elections/voter-registration-application.html) to register or update your record.

New Jersey makes it easy to vote without going to the polls on Election Day, and there is no restriction on why a voter prefers that method. Poll locations for the Dec. 11 special election are the same as for the Nov. 6 general election. Polls will be open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. If you know what voting district you are registered in, find your polling place here. If you aren't sure of your district, enter your address here to find your assigned poll. If you aren't sure of your district, enter your address here to find your assigned poll.

To use the convenient Vote By Mail ballot, submit the form to request it (http://www.state.nj.us/state/elections/voter-registration-application.html) by December 4. Your completed ballot must be received by 8 pm on December 11. Ramsey School District plans another vote on November 5, 2019.