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 cafeteria. 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.
This Week's Menu
Mon: Grilled Cheese
Tues: Chili & Cornbread
Wed: Baked Ziti
Fri: Mozzarella Sticks
Mon: Cycle Day 5
Tues: Cycle Day 1
Wed: Cycle Day 2
Thurs: Cycle Day 3
Fri: Cycle Day 4
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
Applications must be submitted by Friday, February 2. To date, CAC has assisted the district by helping research instructional technology and the National School Lunch Program.
More than 900 RTSD students, parents and staff members joined together to celebrate the life and contributions of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the annual Day of Service on Jan. 15 at RHS. (Adobe Spark Story)
Students from all five RTSD schools will have the chance to experience the sights, sounds and tastes of a variety of cultures during the district's annual International Week, Jan. 29-Feb. 2.
The RHS Art Club will present the 3rd annual event for community members at Wayne Church. Proceeds will go to the Wayne Church Food Pantry and the Radnor A Better Chance House.
The 7th-grader outlasted nine other finalists in the school-wide Geographic Bee on Jan. 12. He will now try to qualify for the PA State Geographic Bee Championship this spring.
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.
To commemorate the Season of Giving, RTSD is looking back at the many charitable efforts their students, parents, staff and community members have organized and completed this school year.