Radnor Township School District is committed to working in partnership with the entire Radnor community.
Note: Links below may connect you to organizations outside of RTSD. RTSD is not responsible for the content of these external pages. The listings below are posted as a courtesy to Radnor community groups and are the explicit views and events of the related community group. RTSD does not endorse these views or events in any way.
Volunteer with Radnor Champions
Radnor Champions Soccer just completed another great season of fun for our sports league for players with special needs. Radnor High School student leaders and volunteers come out each week to coach and mentor our players. If you are interested in volunteering for Radnor Champions Basketball, a sports league for players with special needs, in January, please contact Heather DiCanzio in Radnor Township firstname.lastname@example.org See you on the court!
RHS Boys' Varsity Swim Team Seeking Head Coach
The RHS Boys’ Varsity Swim Team is searching for an experienced Varsity Swim Head Coach or Assistant Coach. The RHS pool is now open for our team and it’s a great place to be! Contact Steve Bevenour (RHS Swim/Dive Booster President) to learn more.
Radnor-Wayne Little League
The Radnor-Wayne Little League invites all players and coaches to join us for the upcoming 2023 RWLL baseball and softball seasons. Registration is now open until February 14 for baseball and February 28 for softball. Registrations received after the deadlines will be automatically waitlisted and placed on a space-available basis. For additional details, and to register, go to www.rwll.org
Radnor Youth Wrestling Clinic
Join the Radnor Youth Wrestling Clinic every Monday from 6-7:30 p.m. starting Jan. 23. in the RHS Wrestling Room. This clinic offers a fun introduction to wrestling while teaching technique, sportsmanship, confidence, and perseverance. Open to anyone (coed) grades 1-8. Click here to learn more.
Radnor Board of Health Seeks Member
Due to expiring terms of two longstanding members, Radnor Township's Board of Health expects to have two vacancies as of January 1, 2023. Parents, as well as faculty who are Radnor residents, are encouraged to consider serving their community on the Radnor Board of Health. Radnor's Board of Health advises the Board of Commissioners on matters of public health, informs the public about public health issues, and administers health related programs, including the student intern program. Doctors, nurses, health teachers, community health workers, and other healthcare professionals are especially encouraged to apply (although anyone with an interest in serving may apply, regardless of professional background). Candidates should be available to attend monthly meetings on the third Monday of each month. Anyone interested in serving should email their resume to Township Manager Bill White at email@example.com, along with a brief statement indicating their interest in serving on the Board of Health.
Radnor Youth Wrestling Clinic
Led by High School coaches, athletes, and local youth coaches, this clinic will offer a fun introduction to wrestling. The goal is to teach technique, sportsmanship, confidence, and perseverance. There will not be any formal matches or tournaments. Open to all students in grades 1-8, every Sunday from 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. in the RHS wrestling room. Snug shirt with shorts or sweatpants and wrestling shoes highly recommended – no street shoes allowed on the mats. Questions? Ed.firstname.lastname@example.org
Working Papers for District Residents Ages 14-18
To receive a Work Permit, students must complete and return the Application for Work Permit to RHS secretary Judith Robert in the school's main office, which is open on weekdays from 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. (note: the office will be closed for Summer Fridays beginning the week of June 20).
To receive a Work Permit:
- The applicant must be 14 years of age at time of application
- Have a completed and signed Application for Work Permit
- The Application for Work Permit is also available at RHS and may be picked up and completed at home or may be completed and signed by your parent or guardian in the office.
- The applicant must present a birth certificate or current passport
- The applicant MUST be present to sign and receive the Work Permit.
Once issued, the Work Permit is good until the applicant is 18 years old.
Questions? Contact Judith Robert.