Mustang Stampede

Book Fair September 27th - October 27th, 2017

Family Night September 27, 2017 (5-7PM)

 

Istations Start September 1, 2017

    

Kuder Galaxy 2017

Kuder Galaxy utilizes a unique and flexible framework to help children learn more about career interests and achieve self-understanding. Their engagement with the system is delivered to parents and teachers through easy-to-use web-based graphical dashboards.

  

Kindergarten Spot lite Science Exhibit

                                  

Principal's Corner

  

Motto

The purpose of Ramah Elementary is to educate children to become independent problem-solvers, critical-thinkers, and life-long learners who will have a positive impact on their communities and the world. Also by:

  • implementing positive behavior interventions and supports
  • getting to know our students and their families
  • working together to support and ensure the academic success of our students, including social, emotional, psychological, and physical well-being
  • creating and maintaining a structured, disciplined, and thriving learning environment where students feel safe to take risks and ask questions
  • using effective strategies to build and develop student’s creativity, imagination, compassion, critical thinking, logic, writing, communication, listening, reading as well as technological, mathematical, historical, and scientific inquiry
  • recruiting and engaging community volunteers who can provide extra support
  • creating events where students can actively participate to improve their communities

 

Photo Gallery

                                Front of the new Ramah Elementary                                                                                                              

NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION

Gallup-McKinley County Schools (GMCS) recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals regardless of national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation in any educational programs, activities or employment. GMCS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability or age in its programs and activities. GMCS provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: 504 District Contact—Tim Bond,  505-721-1018; Title IX —Ronald Donkersloot, Director of Personnel, 505-721-1061