Superintendent Batchelor reviews the status of the renovations, provides an updated timeline for anticipated completion of project elements, and discusses planning for athletics and activities.
RTSD welcomes applicants for a variety of opportunities in the district, including a Tech Ed/STEM teacher, coaches for various sports, support staff and paraprofessionals, and more.
The Wellness Committee serves as an advisory committee regarding student health issues. Interested parents, students, staff, and the general public are invited to email their interest.
Due to the expiration of the USDA waivers on June 30, 2022, meals will no longer be free to all students during the 2022-23 school year. The application for free and reduced cost meals is available online.
A new public comment method for Board and Committee meetings will accept submissions via a voicemail line that will open prior to the meeting. The voicemails will then be played at the meeting.
To continue RTSD's development of a strong culture of belonging, dignity and inclusion, all staff have been provided a book to read about the importance of these elements toward educational equity.
Rising 9th-grader Meredith Gelles is the first RTSD student to be named a winner in the NHD national contest, taking first place in the junior individual website category.
FBLA members Theodore He, Jessica Wang, Mia Xie and Lauren Yoo represented the school, and finished in the top three in their respective events, at the National Leadership Conference in Chicago.
Thirty-two retiring employees were honored for their 663 combined years of service to Radnor students during the June 28 Board Business Meeting.