Radnor Township School District strives to meet the nutritional needs of students in creative and exciting ways. Because we consider ourselves partners in your child's well-being, we are pleased to offer online school menus and nutritional information.
The food service department serves more than 50 percent of the student population in daily lunch lines. We look forward to serving your family in our schools.
Food Service Announcements
RTSD to Provide Breakfast and Lunch for K-12 Students at No Cost
The Radnor Township School District Food Service Department is pleased to announce that all K-12 students are eligible to receive one nutritious breakfast and lunch each school day, at no charge, through the Seamless Summer Option (SSO). This program is available to schools and districts as part of the waivers issued by USDA on April 20, 2021.
Learn More: 2021-22 Student Meals
Looking for a Great Job?
Don't want to work weekends or nights? Do you enjoy interacting with students? We have the job for you! Radnor Township School District is looking for Part and Full Time Permanent and Substitute Food Service Team Members for the 21-22 school year. This is an ideal opportunity for a parent or grandparent of school age children.
If you like working with children we hope you will apply at www.rtsd.org.
Free and Reduced Meals Application
Families do not need to apply for free or reduced meals to participate in the program above. However, we do encourage those in need to apply and take advantage of other opportunities, including fee waivers and discounted home internet. A Free and Reduced Meals application will be required to continue receiving free meals when this program terminates. View the application for free and reduced price meal benefits
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