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Message from Principal Wiedlich: 7th & 8th Grade Parent-Teacher Conferences

Dr. Wiedlich shares information on scheduling your 7th and 8th graders' Parent-Teacher Conference. Conferences will be held during the afternoons of November 17, 21 and 22, and all day on November 23. One additional conference date was added this year: December 23

  • Conferences
  • Message from the Principal
  • Radnor Middle School
Message from Principal Wiedlich: Welcome Back, RMS!

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.

  • Message from the Principal
  • Radnor Middle School
Graphic of soundwave coming out of a microphone

A new public comment method for Board and Committee meetings will accept submissions via a voicemail line that will open prior to the meeting. The voicemails will then be played at the meeting.

  • Board Meeting
  • Public Comment
  • School Board
Student on a Zoom call

RTSD will deliver instruction to students remotely if circumstances warrant during the 2022-23 school year after a plan was approved by the Board on May 31. Traditional snow days will still be an option.

  • FID
  • Flexible Instructional Day
  • Radnor Township School District
  • Remote Instructional Day
  • Snow Days
8th-Grade Chromebook Collection

8th-grade Chromebooks and chargers will be collected during HMS on Tues., June 14. Fees will be assessed for any lost or damaged devices and accessories.

  • Radnor Middle School
  • Technology
School Safety and Security in RTSD

In light of the terrible tragedy in Uvalde, TX, we wish to remind our families of the security measures in place at our schools. We have also shared related resources with our school staff. 

  • safety
  • security
RMS Projects Advance to National History Day Finals

Malaika Virk, Annie Zhong, Meredith Gelles, and Jennifer Ma will represent RMS in the National Contest in June. Vivian Bajus will serve as an alternate.

  • Achievements
  • National History Day
  • Radnor Middle School
Wesleigh Staneivezius

Fourth-grader Wesleigh Staneivezius was recently named a first place winner in the 33rd Annual Young Poets of Delaware County Poetry Contest. Eighth-grader Anrui Xu placed third.

  • Achievements
  • Radnor Middle School
  • Wayne Elementary School
  • Writing
Olivia Gai standing outside the front entrance to Wayne Elementary School

RMS 8th-graders Meredith Gelles, Grace Gerrow, Isabella Teles, and Annie Zhong, and WES 5th-grader Olivia Gai were selected as winners for their respective grade level from a pool of more than 500 entries.

  • Achievements
  • Radnor Middle School
  • Wayne Elementary School
  • Writing
  • Young Authors
App mockup

The first-ever standalone, dedicated mobile app for RTSD is here! Search and download the "Radnor Twp School District" app on the App Store and/or Google Play for the website's essentials.

  • App
  • Radnor Township School District
Upcoming Health Class Presentations for RMS Students

In a message to RMS families, Dr. Wiedlich shares information on upcoming presentations scheduled during Health Education classes for 6th-8th-grade students.

  • Message from the Principal
  • Radnor Middle School
Three students making a heart with their hands

In celebration of our teachers (and all staff) for Teacher Appreciation Week (May 2-6) and Day (May 3), students from RMS talked about what teachers have meant to them and shared words of thanks.

  • Radnor Middle School
  • Teacher Appreciation
  • Video
Crossroads Class for 2019-20 sitting on hill

All families are invited to watch an informational video for their child's 2022-23 grade level program and complete a lottery interest form. Forms are available through Mon., May 9 at 8 p.m.

  • Integrated
  • Radnor Middle School
21-22 Calendar Update

Since no snow days were used this year, the three days built into the calendar at the end of the year were removed, moving the last day of school from June 21 to June 16.

  • Calendar
  • Last Day of School
National History Day Logo

Sixteen RMS students and one RHS student earned their places in the state round following top three finishes at the Southeastern PA National History Day Regional Contest on April 1 and 2.

  • Achievements
  • National History Day
  • Radnor High School
  • Radnor Middle School
A slide from a PowerPoint that reads RTSD Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Update

Administration provided the Curriculum Committee a report on April 5 that reviewed the current progress of the district's DEI work as part of a district initiative approved by the Board in 2020.

  • Curriculum Committee
  • Diversity
  • Equity
  • Inclusion
  • School Board
Students Talk Mental Health, Charter Reform with Legislators

At RTSD's 8th annual Legislative Breakfast, students serving on the Board and in student government joined Board members and staff for honest conversations with state and local representatives.

  • Charter Reform
  • Legislative Breakfast
  • Mental Health
  • School Board
  • Student Government
Information on Upcoming PSSAs

Dr. Wiedlich shares important details about the annual Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA), which will be administered to all students in Pennsylvania public schools this school year.

  • Message from the Principal
  • Radnor Middle School
Radnorite Keystone Media Award Winners

Olivia Brubaker, Noah Conen, Ellie Davis, Sammy Rosin, Ian Sun and Sarah Tachau were recognized for their work, earning two 1st-place awards, three 2nd-place awards, and six honorable mentions.

  • Achievements
  • Radnor High School
  • Writing
Message from the Principal

Dr. Wiedlich informs RMS families that traditional cafeteria seating is returning as mitigation protocols continue to be adjusted in response to current conditions.

  • Message from the Principal
  • Mitigation Strategies
21-22 Calendar Update

The last school day is currently June 21 and no snow days have been used so far this year. If the district continues to not have to use any snow days, the last day would move to June 16.

  • Calendar
  • Last Day of School
Emily Holtz standing with her acrylic and resin painting, "Wave"

The RHS junior earned an award for her acrylic and resin painting, “Wave”. Seven other RHS students had their original artwork displayed at the exhibit at Delaware County Community College.

  • Achievements
  • Art
  • Radnor High School
Collage of Daniel Bare, Aaliyah Echevarria-Dorch, William Chavez-Lopez, Vilka Hernandez, and Angela Guillen-Vale

Career and Technical Education (CTE) prepares today's students for tomorrow's opportunities. RTSD celebrated CTE Month in February, highlighting students participating in the program this school year.

  • Career and Technical Education
  • Radnor High School
Message from the Superintendent

All students, staff and visitors can determine their own masking status beginning Feb. 24 after an unanimous Board vote approving changes to the Radnor Health and Safety Plan on Feb. 22.

  • Covid-19
  • Health and Safey Plan
  • Masks
  • Mitigation Strategies
Radnor Seniors To Join National Technical Honor Society

Victoria De Freitas, Isabelle Deputy, Ridhima Jain, Kaitlyn Lee, Lia Lenthall-Cleary, Alison Miltenberger, Prabhgun Oberoi, Grace Purcell, Anna Ramesh, and Lauren Sciuchetti will be inducted on March 23.

  • Achievements
  • Radnor High School
Message from the Superintendent

Administration is recommending a change to Radnor's Health and Safety Plan to remove the mask requirement when positive case counts are less than 2.5% of a school or building's total student and staff population. 

  • Covid-19
  • Health and Safety Plan
  • Masks
  • Mitigation Strategies
Radnor Sisters Team Up for Carnegie Hall Debut

RMS 7th-grader Graci Gill and WES 4th-grader Ella Gill auditioned with a violin duet to earn their place in the Elite International Music Competition Winners Recital on February 6.

  • Achievements
  • Music
  • Radnor Middle School
  • Wayne Elementary School
Message from the Superintendent: COVID-19 Mitigation

An update was provided at the 1/25 Board meeting on the district's refinement of Covid-19 mitigation strategies. Masks will continue to be required at this time and potential adjustments to our Health and Safety Plan will be considered at the 2/22 meeting.  

  • Contact Tracing
  • Covid-19
  • Masks
  • Quarantining
RMS Hosts Inaugural STEM Night for Grades 6-8

The event featured a variety of informational and hands-on sessions involving Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, all manned by RTSD parents and community members.

  • Events
  • Radnor Middle School
  • STEM
7th and 8th Grade Band Groups Perform for First Time Since 2019

The 7th-grade band, 8th-grade band, and 7th- and 8th-grade jazz band performed on December 16 in the RMS auditorium. The concert marked the first in-person public performance for RMS band groups since December 2019.

  • Concerts
  • Events
  • Music
  • Radnor Middle School
Message from the Superintendent

Superintendent Batchelor thanks the community for its collective work as we return to school from break; shares new guidance from CHOP that the district will follow; and confirms results of at-home Covid rapid tests will now be accepted by RTSD.

  • CHOP
  • Covid-19
  • Rapid Tests
Message from the Superintendent

We are excited and ready to welcome our students and staff back in-person on Monday, January 3 as planned. We will be following the CDC's updated guidance on quarantining and will need everyone's support to keep school fully open.

  • Covid-19
  • Mitigation Strategies
  • Quarantining
Using the district homepage

We are proud to present the completely redesigned and reorganized RTSD.org. Responding to feedback from families, students and staff, the new site's modernized design prioritizes ease of access to in-demand information in a visually appealing format. The last site refresh took place in Feb. 2015.

  • Website
RTSD Filled with Holiday Cheer Before Winter Break

Radnor Township School District was full of holiday cheer on Dec. 22 as students across the district sang songs of the season before heading out for Winter Break. Classes resume January 3, 2022.

  • Ithan Elementary School
  • Music
  • Radnor Elementary School
  • Radnor Township School District
  • Wayne Elementary School
Girls Soccer team group picture with District trophy

The top-seeded Radnor team finished an historic 2021 season by making the State Championship in Hershey on November 20. The state appearance followed the team's first District Championship since 2000.

  • Achievements
  • Athletics
  • Radnor High School
School Board Action

Board-approved on Dec. 21, the calendar includes five, two-hour late starts to the school day to provide for professional development and maintains a full Thanksgiving Break, Winter Break and Spring Break.

  • Calendar
  • School Board
Message from the Superintendent

Announced at the Dec. 21 School Board meeting, the district will continue to require masks in all buildings at least through January 2022, as well as further develop "guardrails" for the when the time is right to remove the requirement.

  • Covid-19
  • District Messages
  • Masks
  • Radnor Township School District
 RADMUN Wins "Outstanding Delegation" Award at Rutgers

Radnor Model UN earned the top team recognition, as well as seven other awards, at the Model United Nations Conference in New Brunswick, NJ in late November, the team's first in-person competition in nearly two years.

  • Achievements
  • Activities
  • Radnor High School
Message from the Superintendent: COVID-19 Mitigation

In response to the Dec. 10 PA Supreme Court ruling, Superintendent Batchelor reminds our school community that masks are still required in RTSD buildings. Discussion on possible next steps concerning masking in RTSD will take place Dec. 21.

  • Covid-19
  • District Messages
  • Masks
A Message from the Superintendent

In effort to "save summer days," asynchronous, synchronous, or both methods of teaching and learning will take place when school must be closed for a weather or other emergency. Snow days will still be called depending on the storm and circumstances.

  • District Messages
  • Remote Instruction
  • Snow Days
Amy Goldman and Sarah Dunn in front of banner with RTSD logo

The Board unanimously elected Goldman and Dunn to the leadership positions at its Reorganization meeting on Dec. 7. Dunn was also sworn in to a new four-year term with fellow re-elected Board members Andrew Babson, Esq., Lydia T. Solomon and Susan Stern.

  • School Board
Two students wearing masks playing the violin outdoors on a basketball court

This October, Radnor Township School District orchestra students performed in a series of outdoor concerts for friends, family, and community members.

  • Concerts
  • Events
  • Ithan Elementary School
  • Music
  • Orchestra
  • Radnor Elementary School
  • Radnor Middle School
  • Wayne Elementary School
Pete Henkel Crowned Homecoming King, Lucy Henkel Queen

The Class of 2022 honored a beloved classmate by selecting Pete, who was born with spinal muscular atrophy and passed away in 2018 while a student at RMS. He would've been a senior this year. Lucy is Pete's twin sister.

  • Achievements
  • Radnor High School
Radnor High School Inducts 110 Into National Honor Society

Created in 1921, the National Honor Society (NHS) recognizes high school juniors and seniors who demonstrate the four pillars of the institution: scholarship, service, leadership and character.

  • Achievements
  • National Honor Society
  • Radnor High School
Brian Pawling standing in front of RTSD logo

Pawling previously served as Director of Business Affairs at Souderton Area School District since 2019. Current Business Administrator Michelle Diekow is set to retire in early November.

  • Business
  • Personnel
  • Radnor Township School District
A group of students stands under trees

Congrats Natalie, Deborah, Preston, Ellie, Lindsay, Sofia, Nora, Reese, Nathaniel, Sebastian, Petros, Hyeonjin, Audrey, Justin, Prabhgun, Anna and Shreya.

  • Achievements
  • National Merit Scholarship
  • Radnor High School

With face masks now required for all RTSD students, staff, and visitors when indoors, gaiter-style masks are again no longer permitted as an acceptable form of mask. This adheres to CDC guidance first announced in a message and followed by the district in February 2021.

  • Covid-19
  • Masks

Twenty-one retiring employees were recognized for their years of service to Radnor students during the Board Meeting on June 29. Retirees celebrated their time during a reception and heard kind words from their colleagues.

RHS and RMS students recently competed in the Southeast PA National History Day Regional Contest. Ten projects placed in the top three in their category and are eligible to compete in the state round.

  • Achievements
  • National History Day
  • Radnor High School
  • Radnor Middle School

Students in the 8th-grade integrated program competed at the Regional Future City competition on Jan. 20. The team won awards in Best Sustainability of Transportation Systems and Best Building Safety.

  • Future Cities
  • Gateways
  • Radnor Middle School