Toy Drive for Foster Care Children: Dec. 4-21 The Community Outreach committee of the IES PTO is holding a toy drive for families in need.
Dress for Outside Play We encourage all children to spend time outside during recess. They should be dressed for the forecasted weather.
Lost Books The school lends books to students for instruction. Lost or damaged books must be paid for before the final progress summary is issued.
Assemblies & Concerts Students are asked to respect performers by entering quietly, sitting cross-legged, staying seated, applauding and waiting for a signal to depart.
Visitors All visitors must wear a badge while on campus. Badges will be issued once a valid ID has been scanned using the Raptor verification process.
This Week's Menu
Mon: Grilled Cheese
Tues: Chili & Cornbread
Wed: Baked Ziti
Fri: Mozzarella Sticks
Mon: Cycle Day 2
Tues: Cycle Day 3
Wed: Cycle Day 4
Thurs: Cycle Day 5
Fri: Cycle Day 1
8:45 a.m. Student Drop-Off Begins
8:50 a.m. Students Enter the Building
9 a.m. School Day Begins
3:30 p.m. Car Pick-Up Dismisses
3:40 p.m. Bus Dismissal
IES took 1st place in the K-4 U200 Competition and K-12 Championship; RES 2nd-grader Jay Dabral took 2nd place in the K-12 U900 category; and the RES team placed 2nd in the K-12 U900 competition.
Kelly Corrigan (’85) is visiting Radnor as part of the launch of her new book "TELL ME MORE: Stories About the 12 Hardest Things I’m Learning to Say." Space is limited, pre-registration required.
The School Board has received confirmation from Penn that Penn will not seek tax exemption; the Board supports adoption of currently proposed zoning amendment at Dec. 11 Radnor Board of Commissioners meeting.
Lydia T. Solomon and Susan Stern were elected President and Vice President, respectively, at a Dec. 4 Board Reorganization Meeting. New board members Andrew Babson and Sarah Dunn, Esq. were also officially welcomed.
The designation was awarded for the innovative ways the school's teachers and students have used technology as part of the school’s one-to-one iPad program.
The goal of the effort is to raise $30,000 - or $20 per student - for schools in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico severely impacted by recent hurricanes.