Skip to content Skip to sidebar Skip to footer

Carrie Ramsey announces run for Mountain Home School Board

Courtesy of Carrie Ramsey

Carrie Ramsey has announced she is running for Mountain Home School Board, Position 4.

A seasonal business owner, Ramsey spends much of her time in the off-season being active in the community, particularly within the MHPS system. Ramsey has spent considerable time volunteering at several schools in the district and has served multiple terms as a volunteer coordinator. She is a substitute teacher and has held a number of roles in the Mountain Home Parent Teacher Organization (PTO). The mother of two current MHPS students, one at MHJH and one at Pinkston, Ramsey is currently serving as the Vice President of the MHPS Parent Teacher Organization for the 2021-2022 school year. She has loved every moment spent serving the district.

Ramsey’s business experience, combined with having children currently in the MHPS district, her history of volunteering with MHPS, and her current position with PTO, gives her a well-rounded background which will help her to make the best decisions possible for the district. She is running for Position 4, the seat is currently held by Barbara Horton. Ramsey is looking forward to helping make the hard decisions, asking tough questions and striving to continually improve MHPS. There’s a bright future ahead for MHPS, and Ramsey is looking forward to helping it be even better. 

Carrie Ramsey. Photo by Carrie Ramsey.

Ramsey was born and raised in Mountain Home and graduated Magna Cum Laude from MHHS in 1999. Ramsey is the daughter of Roy and Marilyn Stone. She was a member of the band and served as the music librarian, was a member of the robotics team, Bomb Squad, and Student Council, and loved it all. Ramsey attended the University of Central Arkansas in Conway on a full scholarship and graduated in 2003 at the top of her class in Business Management.

In 2002, Ramsey married Wes Ramsey, also of Mountain Home. He is also a graduate of the University of Central Arkansas and is a veteran of the United States Army and Arkansas National Guard. In 2010, she purchased the Mountain Home franchise of Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment Event, and the following year the couple moved their young family back to the area. Over the last 10 years Ramsey’s dedication, education, and previous employment experience working in the business management arena has allowed the RLMH franchise to consistently rank as one of the most successful franchises in the company.

If you would like more information or updates regarding Ramsey’s campaign, you can follow her at

Local Mountain Home, AR News

© 2022 Mountain Home Observer. All Rights Reserved.