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New Families

Your RMS PTO Welcome Coordinators Beth Connor and Natasha Thomas welcome you to Radnor Middle School!

We understand how challenging it is to move your family, particularly when you have been living in the same community and attending the same school district for a long period.  The goal of our RMS PTO NEW FAMILIES WELCOMING COMMITTEE is to assist your family in the best way possible so you and your child(ren) immediately feel part of our community. We want to offer you information and support. 

We have a welcome grade level liaison that has experience of the school, the grade, and the Radnor community. We would love for you to introduce yourselves and reach out at any to ask questions about schedules, sports, grocery shopping and more!

RMS PTO New Family Welcome Coordinators  Beth Connor & Natasha ThomasContact Us

 
Class Grade RMS Grade Level Administrator RMS Grade Level Counselor PTO Grade Level Liaison
2028 6

Dr. Christine Bryan
Assistant Principal

Jamie McAndrew
School Counselor
Brooke McDermott
RMS Parent
 
2027 7 Dr. Doug Kent
Assistant Principal
Megan Dean
School Counselor
Veronica Bay
RMS Parent
2026 8 Dr. David Wiedlich
Principal
Clyde Diehl
School Counselor
Loretta Bobb
RMS Parent

 

Are You New to The US?

Our RMS Multicultural Committee can connect you with other families of similar origin, culture or language.  Our RMS PTO Multicultural Committee works closely with the school’s English Language Learner Department to ensure you are connected as needed with the RMS Parent Teacher Organization (PTO). Contact Kate Sanderson and Veronica Bay, our Multicultural Co-Chairs this year, with any questions you may have via email.

 

What Our School Requests Before Starting School

The PA Department of Health requires immunizations for entry into school and continued attendance. There are requirements for children in ALL grades (K-12) and additional immunizations needed for students entering grades 7 and 12. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend that childhood immunizations continue to be prioritized during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more