About Us

 
Ramsay Elementary School was originally built in 1929 for use as a high school. The school was used as a high school until 1965 when it became a junior high school. Several classrooms, a music room, art room, library, and a maker space room have been added to the original building complex. The building currently accommodates approximately 350 students grades two to six.

Events

Recent News

PA Broadband Survey

In an effort to identify the level of Internet access and connectivity that residents have within our school district, we are asking that you complete a short survey. The data collected will greatly assist our school district with obtaining local, state and federal broadband funding to provide additional resources to our students and families. Please click the headline for more information.

Grades 4-12 Summer School/Credit Recovery

Mount Pleasant Area School District will offer a FREE Summer Academic Program/Credit Recovery for all students (grades 4-12) for the summer of 2021. Please click above for more information.

Mount Pleasant Area School Districts Annual Art Show

Please take a moment to click on the link above and view the Mount Pleasant Area School Districts Annual Art Show. Artists from Kindergarten to Seniors are represented in this beautiful display. Thank you for taking the time to click on our link, we hope you enjoy seeing what wonderful artists we have here at MPASD!!!

Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) Program

The Federal Communications Commission has launched a temporary program to help families and households struggling to afford Internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please click here to find out more.

SCHOOL PICNIC

Mount Pleasant Area School District's annual picnic will be held on Thursday, June 17, 2021 at Idlewild Park. Click the link above for more details!! No Promo Code needed.
6/17/2021

Hybrid Letter

Letter explaining our return to Hybrid plan and schedule.

OTIS for Educators/Parents

OTIS for educators is your new online training and support platform. Videos on OTIS help parents/guardians learn how to support distance learning by teaching skills like troubleshooting a home wireless connection, Connecting to Google Classroom or Schoology, and much more. We encourage all of our district’s parents to sign up.