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School Board Members

As required by the Pennsylvania Public School Code of 1949, the Radnor Township School District is governed by a School Board comprised of nine publicly elected directors who each serve four year terms. Elections are held every odd-numbered year with either four or five seats up for election in an alternating cycle.

The authority and responsibilities of the School Board are outlined in School Code and consist of roles such as adopting District policy, approving the annual budget, setting the tax rate, and employing a superintendent.