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LAST UPDATED:  May 2nd- Newsletter and note from Mr. Woods below. 
Dear Brookside Families, 

Field Day is coming Wednesday, June 20th, from 1:30-3:10 pm and we need your help!  This is always one of the highlights of the year for many kids and we need lots of family support to make it successful.  This years Field Day will run carnival style.  We will have 30-40 stations around the field with everything from the tug of war to belly bumpers.  Students will be able to move around from station to station at their own pace with a small group of buddies.  Our goal is to have at least 2-3 parents at every station.  My motto is: the more volunteers we have, the more stations we can run, and the more fun our students will have.  Parent volunteers will be responsible for running one station with another parent.  When students come to their station, volunteers will explain their task and let them go.  Parents should meet in the Brookside Gym at 1:15 so I can teach you how to run your station. 

To sign up to be a field day volunteer, please fill out the quick online form at:

Or email/send a note to Mr. Woods

If you have any questions of concerns, please let me know.  Thank you!

 


Please see the announcement page for information regarding food changes in school board policies (also in the link at the bottom of the page). https://www.shorelineschools.org/Page/1265

 



 
 

Please “cc” bks.attendance@shorelineschools.org when you are emailing me about attendance, tardies, changes, etc.! Thank you! 

 
 
 

Math Envision Link- See my LINKS section for the URL.  


I am excited to teach 2nd grade again! I look forward to all of the fun things we will be learning and doing in Room 106. This is going to be a superb year! 


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Mrs. Ramey
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 This is my tenth school year at Brookside and my 14th year of teaching. My heart and soul is in 2nd and 3rd grade as I have taught those grades for most of my career as well as teaching a 2/3 combination class twice. I've always been a life long learner and enjoyed being a student. I wanted to be a teacher ever since I was little and played school in my bedroom and made my sister and brother my students. I was very active with our local Shoreline Education Association for the past years as building rep and sitting on the executive board, this year I stepped down to let others take the lead.  I love all things political and educational activism. 

My Education:

  • I graduated from Shoreline Community College with an AAS degree in Early Childhood Special Education.
  • I graduated from the University of Washington with a BA in Psychology.
  • I obtained my K-8 Teaching Certification from Western Washington University.
  • I obtained my Professional Teaching Certification in 2011.
  • I graduated from Walden University with my Masters in Education, with a focus on reading and literacy in 2013.

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Mrs. Ramey in 2nd Grade. Can you find her? 

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Mrs. Ramey in 3rd Grade. Can you find her? 

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  • I love to read, and am currently enjoying reading on my Kindle.
  • I enjoy traveling and learning about new places.
  • I love to cook and enjoy creating new dishes.
  • I enjoy working out and fitness! 
  • I also love planning and being organized. 
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  • I am married to Dave Ramey and we've been married for over 10 years. 
  • I have a younger brother Ryan who is 37 and a sister who is 35.
  • I have two brother-in-laws and one sister-in-law, three nephews and one niece.
  • My parents are enjoying their retirement and are living the dream on Whidbey Island in their house they built, and vacationing in their Hawaiian condo during the winter.
  • My in-laws live close and enjoy being grandparents to my nephews and niece.
  • We now have three chickens and two ducks that Mr. Ramey takes care of.  
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