Month: January 2017

Parent’s Orientation

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Wednesday,

January 11th, 2017 7PM

Cafeteria of Dater School

35 School Street Ramsey

 

 

This year your child will be participating in the drug prevention program called Law Enforcement Against Drugs (L.E.A.D.). This program was previously called the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E) program.
You’re are cordially invited to attend an exclusive parent workshop. At this event, the reason for the name change and any concerns you have will be addressed. I will also provide you with a brief overview of the program and the social events we have planned this year.
This is a PARENT ONLY event.

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Bunjee-Run

 

Friday,

January 27th, 2017

6:30pm-8:30pm

Eric Smith School

73 Monroe Street, Ramsey

 

 

ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FUN?

The Ramsey L.E.A.D. program is taking over Eric C. Smith School on Friday, January 27th 2017 at 7PM. The gymnasium and cafeteria will be filled with large inflatables, various games and toilet racers. Toilet racers? Yes, you will have the opportunity to race around the school on a toilet. If you need a break from the fun, you can listen to our DJ as he plays music and enjoy a tasty snack.

Sorry parents! This event is exclusively for fifth grade students from Dater and the Academy of St. Paul only.

EVERY STUDENT MUST FILL OUT A WAIVER FORM TO ATTEND

2017 Waiver Form

Dodgeball Fundraiser

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Saturday,

February 11, 2017

10:30AM

Don Bosco High School

492 Franklin Turnpike, Ramsey

 

 

Come join us for a day of fun, friendly dodgeball. 5th Grade L.E.A.D. students from the Academy of St. Paul and Dater School are allowed to sign up as free agents to play in the tournament. Then tournament organizers will assign each free agent to a team. Teams will compete in a double elimination tournament. Each team is guaranteed to play at least two games.
This is not your ordinary dodgeball tournament. Players will have to implement strategy in order to become the Dodge for L.E.A.D. Champions. LifeBands are available to players, so that he or she may have a chance at “life” and reenter the match.

Click here to Register for the Tournament

Snow Tubing

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Thursday,

March 2, 2017
6-8PM

Campgaw Mountain

200 Campgaw Road, Mahwah

 

 

 

The L.E.A.D. Snow Tubing Trip is a terrific opportunity for 5th grade students from the Academy of St. Paul and Dater School to get together. This outrageous day on the slopes, is offered at reduced rates to L.E.A.D. students.
The outing takes place after school on Thursday, March 2, 2017. Parents are responsible for providing a chaperone and transportation. L.E.A.D. will distribute tickets from the main lodge starting at 5:30pm. Tickets will not be issued without a signed release form.
Space is limited, so register to early to get a spot. Ticket sales are restricted to 5th Grade L.E.A.D. students from February 11-17th. On February 18th, L.E.A.D. families can purchase any remaining tickets available. Tickets are $12.00 per person. (Cash or check made payable to Ramsey Partnership for Responsible Choices accepted).

Snow Tubing Registration Packet

Sing Out Auditions

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April 5th, 2017 

4-7Pm

Cafeteria of Ramsey High School

256 E. Main Street, Ramsey

 

 

Sing Out auditions are open to 5th grade Ramsey L.E.A.D. students from Dater School and the Academy of St. Paul. Registration entitles your child to:
• a 2 minute acapella tryout session
• a FREE TICKET to the main show
• a spot on our Stage Crew
• an official Sing Out t-shirt.
This is the show you have been waiting for. We encourage every Ramsey L.E.A.D. 5th grade student to overcome their fear and audition for spot in the final showcase.

Click here to register for SING OUT AUDITIONS

 Click here to view the Sing Out Rules

 

Sing Out Showcase

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Saturday,

April 29th, 2017

7PM-9Pm

Auditorium of Don Bosco Preparatory High School

492 Franklin Turnpike, Ramsey

 

 

The SING OUT competition is a showcase of the amazing talent and power found within the current generation of enthusiastic Ramsey L.E.A.D. students. The event aims to enhance the popularity the Ramsey L.E.A.D. program within all generations, while creating positive and lasting memories for our proud students.
This year we had an overwhelming number of students participate in the Sing Out Auditions. The judges painstakingly narrowed down the pool of bright-eyed contestants to fifteen. We are proud to announce the names of the finalists for the 2017 Sing Out Showcase. The finalists are Erin Carroll, Nina Davis, Bianca Dorlon, Julia Farrar, Jamie Gorman, Caileigh Hennessy, Tessa Jarvis, M. Abigail Johnson, Emily Keizer, Grace Lynch, Sarah Pina, Madeline
Friends and families are invited to view this competition live on Saturday, April 29th at Don Bosco Preparatory High School, located at 492 Franklin Turnpike. This year audience members are encouraged to sit back and enjoy the show. If you enjoy a contestant’s performance we encourage you to cheer him or her on. Your applause will help the judges decide who should be named the top three.

Click here to purchase tickets to the SING OUT Showcase

Family Skate Night

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Friday,

May 5th, 2017

7pm-8:30

Ice Vault Arena

10 Nevins Road Wayne, NJ 07470

 

The Ramsey L.E.A.D. Program is taking over the Ice Vault in Wayne, NJ. All 5th grade students from Dater School and the Acamdey of St. Paul  and their families are invited. Ramsey L.E.A.D. students are offered discounted tickets to this event. You may bring your own skates to this event. If you do not have your own skates, discounted skate rental tickets are available.
We look forward to seeing you and your family at Skate Night.

Click here to purchase tickets to Family Skate Night

 

Graduation

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Thursday,

June 8th, 2017

7PM

 Auditorium of Ramsey High School
256 E. Main Street, Ramsey

 

It’s been an amazing six months! We’ve come a long way together and now its time to celebrate. Officer Warnet has been telling everyone about these kid’s accomplishments. We’ve got graduation certificates from several politicians, public officials, organizations and entities. We may even have one from the president this year.
Graduation night also serves as the unveiling of our incredible video yearbook, where you’ll see vivid images taken from some of this years most awesome moments. The L.E.A.D. essay finalists are announced]and every student is awarded an official Ramsey L.E.A.D. t-shirt.
A social is launched immediately afterward in the cafeteria. Our Superparent volunteers have prepared some mouthwatering baked goods and refreshments for you. Have your certificates or shirts autographed. Mingle with the people who made this year happen. Think about how this moment will carry forward into the years ahead.
Friends and family are strongly encouraged to attend this ceremony as a show of support for the young ones who will be endeavoring to build us a better future…a drug free future!