Mrs. Ramey Rotates from Elementary School to Junior High


Mrs. Ramey

Having moved from teaching fourth grade science to seventh grade math, Mrs. Ramey is facing a big change. Before that, she also taught preschoolers for sixteen years at Lincoln Child Care.

Mrs. Ramey’s mother influenced her to become a teacher. Otherwise, she would have become a dental hygienist.

“My mom started college when I was in high school, so we went to school together her last year and my first year,” Mrs. Ramey said.

Mrs. Ramey has some things she enjoys about Kimmons.

“I like how helpful the staff is,” Mrs. Ramey said.

One surprising fact about Mrs. Ramey is that she has been married for twenty two years.

“People are usually surprised I’m married because my husband isn’t with me much,” Mrs. Ramey said.

Mrs. Ramey has two kids. Her 15-year-old son, who is a sophomore at Muldrow High School, likes to show pigs for FFA. Her 21-year-old daughter is majoring in nursing at UAFS.

Mrs. Ramey has her own goal for her students.

“I want to help my students improve their math skills and gain more confidence in the subject,” Mrs. Ramey said.