Dress for Outside Play We encourage all children to spend time outside during recess. They should be dressed for the forecasted weather.
Lost & Found Check for missing items in the lost and found area located next to the cafetorium. Unclaimed items may be donated.
Forgotten Items Students are not permitted to return to the classroom after school to retrieve forgotten items. Doors are locked.
Extended Day Care is available and operated by Family Support Services. Call 610-352-2839 for details, fee info and enrollment forms.
Visitors must wear a badge while on campus. Badges will be issued once a valid ID has been scanned using the Raptor verification process.
Mon: Cycle Day 5
Tues: Cycle Day 1
Wed: Cycle Day 2
Thurs: Cycle Day 3
Fri: Cycle Day 4
This Week's Menu
Mon: Grilled Cheese
Tues: Chili & Cornbread
Wed: Baked Ziti
Fri: Mozzarella Sticks
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
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM RTSD Youth Art Month Artists' Reception
Radnor Middle School invites parents of current RTSD and non-RTSD 5th-graders who will be entering RMS next school year to learn more about the school.
For the third straight year, Radnor Middle School won first place at the Delaware County MATHCOUNTS competition and punched their ticket to the state round in Harrisburg on March 24.
Original paintings, drawings and other artwork by RTSD students will be on display in Radnor High School's Main Lobby during March. A public reception will be held on March 21.
IES students and staff celebrated the school's annual Yellow Day by wearing yellow clothing and enjoying yellow treats on Feb. 23. This year's event also featured February's Nest activity. (Adobe Spark Story)
Students in the 8th-grade integrated program competed at the Regional Future City competition on Jan. 20. The team won awards in Best Sustainability of Transportation Systems and Best Building Safety.
The 217 scholars are 40 more than last year's class. For the first time, two students received an Advanced Placement International Diploma. The scholars and AP teachers were invited to celebrate at a Feb. 14 reception.