Beginning Oct. 1, breakfast will be free for all students following a Sept. 9 announcement from Gov. Wolf that the state would be funding the meal for the remainder of the school year.
If you are shopping for groceries between now and the end of the month, consider heading over to the ACME in Wayne to help support efforts to supply food items to families in need.
Back-to-school forms, permissions and other information are collected from families via an online portal prior to each school year. The 2022-23 portal opened on August 16.
People in crisis or facing emotional distress now have a three-digit dialing code to call or text any time of the day or night that will connect them to trained counselors for support and assistance.
Dr. Wiedlich shares excitement for the new school year, a commitment to an excellent educational and extracurricular experience at RMS, and how to help spread good news happening at the school.
Radnor residents 65 and up, widows/widowers ages 50 and up, and/or persons with disabilities ages 18 and up who meet income requirements are eligible for tax rebates from RTSD. Apply by Dec. 31, 2022!
Applications are welcome for a variety of open opportunities, including a high school college and career counselor, coaches for various sports, support staff and paraprofessionals at all schools, and more.
Rising 9th-grader Meredith Gelles is the first RTSD student to be named a winner in the NHD national contest, taking first place in the junior individual website category.