The English Language Development Department at Radnor Township School District recently organized a family involvement event for the multilingual families in RTSD.
Students in Radnor Middle School’s 8th grade integrated program Gateways won the Best Coordination of Engineering Disciplines Award and the Planning Excellence Award at the 28th annual Future City Philadelphia Regional Competition on January 21, 2023.
Thank you to our entire community for coming together to honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy. Volunteers collected and sorted donations contributed by families across the district and families participated in a variety of hands-on activities.
“What should be the 28th Amendment to the Constitution?”. Two Radnor Elementary School classes answered this question as finalists in The Rendell Center for Civics and Civic Engagement annual Citizenship Challenge on Thurs., Jan. 12.
Congratulations to Radnor juniors Chloe Fong and Ethan Kim, who have been selected to serve on the 2022-23 Teen Advisory Council for Penn Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine.
At the December 6 Special Meeting of the Board, the Radnor Township School Board approved title changes for Mr. Dan Bechtold and Dr. Shawn Dutkiewicz. Both will now hold the title of Assistant to the Superintendent. As Assistant to the Superintendent, Mr. Bechtold will focus on K-12 Administrative functions, and Dr. Dutkiewicz will focus on K-12 Teaching and Learning.
At its June 28, 2022 regularly scheduled Board Business Meeting the Radnor Township School Board approved the Administration’s recommendation to replace Ithan Elementary School on the current grounds.
Amy Goldman and Sarah Dunn, Esq. were unanimously re-elected President and Vice President, respectively, of the Radnor Township School District Board of School Directors at the Board's December 6 Reorganization Meeting. Goldman begins her second consecutive term as President and Dunn her second as VP.
Created in 1921, the National Honor Society (NHS) recognizes high school juniors and seniors who demonstrate the four pillars of the institution: scholarship, service, leadership and character.
The RTSD Teaching and Learning Department recently hosted the K-12 School Counseling Advisory Council. The group, made up of stakeholders from within the RTSD community and the wider Radnor Community, heard an update on the district’s counseling program as well as its college and career readiness plan.