Posted 06/15/2017 01:41PM
Mazal tov again to the Boys' team who were the Southern Division Champions. In recognition of their success, an award for display was presented to the team last week.
Posted 06/15/2017 01:37PM
Last week, our sixth grade students and their parents were invited to participate in a Chopped event at school. The program, run by Parents Council kicked off with a pizza dinner followed by a trivia game as an introduction to the Chopped store.
Posted 06/15/2017 01:33PM
Students were excited to receive their yearbooks, enjoy a festive lunch with music and good cheer, and watch a reflective slideshow of pictures of their years at Ramaz!
Posted 06/15/2017 01:01PM
Last week, the Keter Shem Tov Award was presented to two 8th graders. The Keter Shem Tov award goes to an eighth grade student who is truly a mensch, who quietly goes out of his/her way to do a kind deed or service to the school.
Posted 06/15/2017 12:51PM
Talents included: basketball tricks, sharing photos, singing, playing an instrument, showing how quickly one can solve a Rubik's cube, telling jokes, reading original stories, sharing artwork, dancing, and so much more!
Posted 06/12/2017 10:46AM
Congrats to the MS boys and their friends on winning the elite Denis duPlanti Memorial Day Hockey Tournament!
Posted 05/24/2017 05:24PM
Sasha and Cy A. raised money to buy gifts for the Rashbi school in Israel. Eighth grade students delivered these items to the students in the Rashbi school during their trip to Israel -- great job and initiative!
Posted 05/24/2017 05:22PM
Eighth grade students Rebecca M. and Samantha S, spearheaded a collection of glasses to be donated to Respecs, an organization in Israel that collects old glasses and donates them to the needy in Israel.
Posted 05/24/2017 05:16PM
Mr. Matthew Hiltzik '90, Ramaz Parent, and Executive Producer of the 2004 Paper Clips documentary, spoke to grade five students about his motivation for filming the Paper Clips Project and showed them integral clips of the story.
Posted 05/24/2017 05:13PM
The fun-filled trip included many hands-on experiences as students discovered the science behind skyscrapers, illusions, and climbed their way up walls, through the Infinity Climber, and the famous Touch Tunnel!