Program Overview

  • Each of our schools continues to implement a continuum of regular and special education services to meet the needs of all students. The continuum includes all levels of special education services based on the individual needs of each student.

    Regular and special education classes Kindergarten to age 21 serve students with learning, emotional, social and behavioral needs as well as those with physical or other handicapping conditions. Most exceptional students are assigned to regular homerooms and participate in the general education curriculum to the maximum extent appropriate, based on research based assessment data and as determined by the student's Individual Education Plan (IEP). A range of services is also provided for students identified as mentally gifted.

    Special Education Comprehensive Plan

    The RTSD Board of School Directors approved the Special Education Comprehensive Plan (7/1/2020-6/30/2023) on April 28, 2020.

    Related Services

    Counseling, nursing, and psychological services are available to assess and support students, and student assistance programs are active at all school levels. Speech and language, occupational, physical, vision, and hearing therapies, as well as assistive devices are provided to eligible students. Special needs students are transported to programs inside and outside the district.

    Alternative Placements

    The Radnor Township School District serves students in the least restrictive environment, maintaining them in district schools whenever possible. Some students with low incidence disabilities are served by intermediate units, alternative or approved private schools.


Meet Our Staff

  • School Psychologists

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  • Dr. LisaMarie Boschi
    Psychologist Liaison (RMS), Chapter 15 Coordinator (RMS), Core Member - Student Assistance Team (RMS)
    610-688-8100 x6117 |

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  • Dr. Natalie Gabor
    Psychologist Liaison (RES), Core Member - Student Resource Team (RES)
    610-788-9300 x2234 |

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  • Dr. Richa Kleiman
    Psychologist Liaison (RHS), Foundations for the Future Liaison (RHS), Core Member - Student Assistance Team (RHS)
    610-688-8100 x6122 |

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  • Kelly McBride
    Psychologist Liaison (RMS), Core Member - Student Assistance Team (RMS)
    610-688-8100 x7527 |

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  • Dr. Andrew Scherff
    Psychologist Liaison (WES), Core Member - Student Resource Team (WES), Behavioral Support Liaison (Elementary), Crisis Consultation (Elementary)
    610-688-8100 x6037 |

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  • Dr. Maria Schreiber
    Psychologist Liaison (IES), Core Member - Student Resource Team (IES), District Liaison - Neuropsychological Consult, Assist RES
    610-688-8100 x6129 |

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  • Ms. Amy Wildey
    Psychologist Liaison (RHS), Chapter 15 Coordinator (RHS), Core Member - Student Assistance Team (RHS)
    610-293-0855 x3309 |

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  • Social Workers

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  • Ceire Evans Ms. Ceire Evans
    Social Worker K-8
    Member of Student Resource Teams and MS Hope
    Family/Community/School Liasion
    Resource Coordinator
    610-688-8100 x5220 |

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  • Christine Kulp

    Ms. Christine Kulp
    Social Worker at RHS
    Member of HS Hope Team
    Family/Community/School Liasion
    Resource Coordinator
    610-293-0855 x3823 |

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  • Ms. Evans and Ms. Kulp have over 20 years combined experience servicing children, adolescents, and families in Delaware County. They work collaboratively with other child serving systems in the county to stay abreast of services and the ever-changing systems that seek to support our students. For more information about RTSD Student Assistance and Family Support, visit the Family Support Page

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