Ramalynn Elementary II Team Places Third in the Metro Region Stock Market Game

We are proud to announce that one of our EII Stock Market Teams placed 3rd out of 215 grade 4-6 teams from around the metro region.  Students have been working on this project by beginning with “$100,000” and trading stocks and bonds throughout the school year. This team has been invited to The Annual Luncheon sponsored by Best Prep honoring outstanding efforts of students, volunteers, and teachers.  The keynote speaker will be David MacLennan, Chairman and CEO of Cargill, and the event will be emceed by John Williams of WCCO Radio. Winning Stock Market Game students will be recognized and will receive a certificate and t-shirt.

Congratulations!!!  Your attention to investment opportunities has paid off.  We will participate in this program again next year, EII and MS students!

Miranda Peterson

Ramalynn Vulcans’ Lego League Debut

by Alexis (7th Grade) Our Ramalynn Vuclans made their debut in the First Lego League robotics competition on December 11th, placing first in the research project area of the competition, beating out the 16 teams in our division. For our project, we researched the massive amount of trash in our oceans and came up with… > Read More

Ramalynn’s Knowledge Bowl Team Takes First Place in Kick-Off Meet

Ramalynn’s Knowledge Bowl Team 1 beat over 30 metro area teams to win first place at the Lake Harriet Upper School Competition on Thursday, November 19, 2015.  Ramalynn Academy scored more points than ever before with a grand total of 95.5 points, leaving second place BSM Team 1 in the dust with 83 points.  Ramalynn… > Read More

Ramalynn Knowledge Bowl Team Invited to National Tournament

Ramalynn’s Middle School Knowledge Bowl Team had an outstanding 2014-2015 season that included a 1st Place finish at the Chaska Tournament which has earned them the right to compete at Nationals! The National Academic Competition is in Chicago on June 6-8.  We look forward to competing at this Quiz Bowl tournament as an opportunity to reach further toward… > Read More

Middle School Knowledge Bowl Team Dominates

by Eidan (8th Grade) Knowledge Bowl is a competition where different schools from around the metro area get to show off their intellect while going head to head with other schools. On December 4th, Ramalynn went to Chaska to face off against about 40 different teams from much larger schools. After making our way to… > Read More

Elementary I Field Trip

by Hailey (3rd Grade) On October 23rd we went to Richardson Nature Center. It was a blast! I got to see bees and a chipmunk. We went on a hike. We made apple cider with a apple press. It was a lot of work and it tasted delicious. We gave the rest of the apples… > Read More

Superbowl XXIV

by Eidan and John (8th Grade) On October 24, 2014, two teams would go down in history as they clashed for the XXIV Ramalynn Super Bowl. It was a stalemate for most of it; the Packers would score and then the Broncos would equalize. The teams were so evenly matched, it came down to one touchdown.… > Read More

Middle School Architecture Field Trip

by Shawn (6th Grade) On September 24, our class went on an architectural field trip to Minneapolis. First, we went to the 46th floor of the 33 South Sixth building, the fourth tallest building in Minnesota! We had a great view of the city from way up there. Second, we went to the Crystal Court… > Read More

Primary Trip to the Apple Orchard

by Lilly (Kindergarten)      We took a trip to the apple orchard. First we had a tour of the barn. The interesting thing about the barn was that people lived in there in the old days. My favorite thing about the barn was the cool things they used in the old days. Then we played… > Read More

River Rendezvous

by Brendan (4th Grade) During the River Rendezvous, we saw what life was like for people living in Minnesota in the 1800s. We learned how Indians made bows and used tendons from animals to make string. We played lacrosse and learned how Indians played in the 1800s. The lacrosse field was 1 mile long! And… > Read More