Radnor Schools Want Community Input on Full Day Kindergarten

Participation Needed - Radnor Schools Full-Day Kindergarten Survey

For the past few weeks, the Radnor Township School District has been seeking input from the community about full-day kindergarten through a survey posted on the RTSD web site.  In order to make an informed decision that really reflects the desires of the community, we need to hear from you!  The deadline for the survey is tomorrow, February 26th.  Whether you have children still to attend kindergarten, children who already attended kindergarten, are a public school parent or private school parent, we want to hear from you!  Please go to www.rtsd.org and complete this quick survey.  Thank you!

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justwondering December 05, 2012 at 07:32 PM
So why was this ONE PARTICULAR meeting not televised?
Sam Strike December 05, 2012 at 07:34 PM
That's the plan right now - the full day at Ithan with half day available at all schools.
Annie Webb December 06, 2012 at 03:38 AM
All things being equal, sure we should have FDK. But, we don't have the space to house all the kids or money to pay the staff. It's absolutely unconscionable that this board voted to approve it during an untelevised meeting when the vote was not put on the agenda. We need to demand way more of our School Board than pushing through a program in the dark of the night without stakeholder support. It seems to be the way this board and administration operates lately. I'm very discouraged. A 5-4 vote? The 4 nays voted correctly, in my opinion.
Radnor Patch ISN'T About Radnor Anymore :( December 07, 2012 at 04:30 AM
RTSB is controlled by 5 out of control spenders of our tax dollars. They've done so well that our great Superintendent is resigning. Radnor voted these people in and is now enjoying much higher school taxes thanks to them!


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