Radnor schools have been busy organizing and performing good deeds to support and help local organizations and individuals.
Rep. William Adolph Jr. presented six third-grade students with awards on Dec. 4 for winning a "What Is Your Favorite Thing about PA?" art contest.
New school board members David Falcone and Susan Stern were also sworn in at the Dec. 3 Board Reorganization Meeting.
In partnership with the Radnor Police, Radnor High School will display a damaged car outside its main entrance to reinforce the importance of safe driving during Driver Safety Week, Dec. 2-6. Other activites are planned.
Our superintendent of schools wishes the RTSD community a safe and happy holiday.
RMS hosted its annual "8th Grade vs. Hunger Day" on Nov. 25. Students participated in service projects and built structures out of donated cans.
Dozens of community members came out to support the club's pen pals in Uganda at this service-oriented event. Nearly $3,000 was raised.
The popular event features a gingerbread and candy house contest, cookie decorating, face painting and more. Benefiting the RHS Scholarship Fund.