Important Reopening Information
Thank you for completing the Ramona Back to School Survey. While we don't yet have the official start date, we are excited to share our Reopening Safety Protocols. Topics will include specific details on protection, physical distancing and infection control. Campus and classroom preparations will also be shared. If you have questions that are not covered within these topics, please email your questions to RAprincipal@busd.k12.ca.us prior to the meeting.
Please click below to review our safety protocols.
See below for the Parent Presentation
State Testing for Students in Third through Sixth Grade
Our students in 3rd - 6th grades will be taking state academic tests in Spring starting at the end of March. At this time, students will be taking these tests remotely. A letter providing more information is posted below. More detailed information regarding how these tests will be administered and the testing window will be sent out in the coming weeks.
Attention Parents of Incoming Kindergarten Students
Registration for the 2021-2022 School Year has Opened
All registration is done online. Please review the links below
Important Information for the Parents of our English Learners
THe English Learner Proficiency Assessment for California (ELPAC) is coming soon at Ramona. Please note the dates below
2nd-3/19 and 3/23-3/24
3rd-4/13 and 4/14-4/15
4th- 4/13 and 4/15-4/16
5th-4/13 and 4/16-4/19
6th-4/13 and 4/19-4/20
Review the attached links for important information. PLease contact the school if you have any questions.
Contacting the Principal
Please reach out to your school site principal at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or concerns.
Absenteeism in the first month of school can predict poor attendance throughout the school year. Half the students who miss 2-4 days in September go on to miss nearly a month of school. Poor attendance can influence whether children can read proficiently by the end of third grade. By 6th grade, chronic absence becomes a leading indicator that a student will drop out of high school. Research shows that missing 10 percent of school, or about 18 days in most school districts, negatively affects a student’s academic performance. That is just two days a month and that is known as chronic absence. When students improve their attendance rates, they improve their academic prospects and chances for graduating.