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Student Services

The Radnor Township School District Student Services Department implements a continuum of regular and special education services to meet the needs of all students, including all levels of special education services.

  • Social Work Services
  • Psychological Services
  • Clinical Support Counseling
  • Speech and language, occupational, physical, vision and hearing therapies, as well as assistive devices, provided to eligible students
  • Services for students receiving support through a Section 504 Service Agreement
  • Services for students receiving support through specially designed instruction via an Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
  • Services for students receiving support through a Gifted Individualized Education Plan (GIEP)
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Our Team

Jenny LeSage

Director of Student Services

Cara Miller

Assistant Director of Student Services

Gina Console

Student Services Secretary

Claire OMalley

Student Services Secretary

Sheryl Stewart

Student Services Secretary

Marjorie Bates

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Parent Training Workshops

The Delaware County Intermediate Unit offers Parent Training Workshops. A variety of topics will be addressed such as Legal Issues, Instructional Strategies, Behavior Issues and many others. Please mark your calendar and plan to attend trainings of interest. The trainings are held at the DCIU Education Service Center (200 Yale Avenue, Morton) and Marple Education Center (85 N. Malin Road, Broomall).

For more information, contact the Office of Professional Development at 610-938-9000 x2130 or visit the DCIU website.

Delaware County Right to Education Task Force

The Delaware County Right to Education Task Force (composed of parents, agencies, and district representatives) was established to assist in improving education for all school-age children with learning disabilities, physical handicaps, emotional difficulties, and hearing, vision, speech, language and hearing impairments. The Task Force makes recommendations to improve, strengthen, expand and monitor programs and services; speaks on behalf of special education students; and communicates their needs, problems and concerns to schools and other agencies providing special education programs.

For more information, contact the Local Task Force on the Right to Education at 610-938-9000 x4037 or email