Based on their performances at the FBLA Regional Leadership Conference in December, 35 RHS students qualified for the Hybrid PAFBLA State Leadership Conference in Hershey in April.
Students in Mr. Greg Moore's 3rd-grade class at RES recited a special poem recognizing the efforts of the nine volunteer members of our School Board.
Attendees will participate in breakout sessions to candidly discuss issues selected by RMS students: Mental Health, Relationships and Family, and Race and Racism. Pre-registration is required.
This February, IES, RES and WES students are invited to participate in the Read for House, a service-learning project for children that raises funds to support Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Students from Ithan, Radnor and Wayne elementary schools will participate in a variety of activities during the annual celebrations that feature Egypt at IES, China at RES, and France at WES.
The Feb. 3 SpeakUp! program at Radnor High School was originally scheduled as a virtual event but has been changed to an in-person event at RHS. Pre-registration is required.
Audrey Niedland is one of only ten student-musicians from PA, and four flutists, selected to the 122-member NaFME All-National Symphony Orchestra. (Story and video)
Congrats to the 21 student-musicians recently selected to the 2021 PA Music Educators Association District 12 Ensembles, the highest number ever selected from RHS in a single year! (Story and video)
RTSD.org's new "AudioEye" accessibility tool was launched along with the redesign to ensure all visitors could access website content in a way that best suit their needs.
Teacher, researcher, and storyteller Shelley Moore will present a four-part virtual series for Radnor and neighboring districts on "Universal Design for Learning," a teaching and learning framework that seeks to make true, authentic inclusion possible.