Radnorite’s Emilia Sagaityte recently had a chat with our new boss: “I was sitting at the RHS library, where he had offered to meet me for convenience, anxiously scanning over my questions, when I peered up and saw a tall, lean figure stride in through the doors.”
Sixth grade was the first time I devoted several hours of my Monday off to celebrate the true spirit of MLK Day and participated in Radnor Middle School’s service activities, but what started off as just another activity with my friends became a personal tradition.
In celebration of the 120th anniversary of the historic football rivalry, all Radnor students, from freshman to seniors, went all-out to commemorate their hallways to the board game theme.
Because Thanksgiving is all about giving thanks, this year Radnor High School continued its tradition of hosting the annual Thanksgiving dinner to those part of the Wayne Senior Center and American Legion.
Radnor Township hosts many events throughout the year, including the annual Saturday-morning Breakfast with Santa.
On September 14th, while many children and adults in our community spent their morning chatting in their homes, offices, or the school halls about the latest episodes of their favorite shows or about the exciting or troublesome events of Tuesday evening, a diverse group of members of our community…
We hear it all too often. “The Wi-Fi isn’t working.” “The Internet is too slow.” “It won’t download.”
When teaching a class, teachers try to ensure their students that they are learning all the material available to maximize their growth and development.
The following is a list of the 2016 graduating class of Radnor High School students. This year the […]
Emilija Sagaityte They explain old concepts, and they analyze current situations. They introduce new ideas, and they challenge […]