Tell Us About The Best Teacher in Radnor

Nominate a local teacher for our Meet the Teacher series.


With school starting in a few weeks, Radnor Patch is gearing up our Meet the Teacher series, in which we profile the teachers that you recommend to us.

So far, we have profiled:


Tell us about your favorite teacher and how they have made a difference by commenting below.

To nominate a teacher, leave a comment in this article or email editor Sam Strike at Sam.Strike@Patch.com.

justwondering August 08, 2012 at 12:32 PM
Matt Rocca, a 5th grade teacher at Wayne Elementary School - a wonderful example as a teacher, a gentleman and a mentor. Though my son was in his class many years ago, he remains among his fondest memories of his years at Radnor.
Lisa August 08, 2012 at 12:38 PM
We moved last summer from NC, my daughter was entering 3rd grade and terrified of going to a new school, she had only known her NC school. Heather Esposito at Wayne Elementary was truly amazing, she makes every child feel special. Not only is she amazing with the kids, she has the same effect on parents. She is a the true meaning of a teacher, I will never be able to thank her enough for an amazing year. What child crys on the last day of school? Mine! Heather Esposito is one of a kind!
Mollie August 08, 2012 at 05:23 PM
Matt Rocca, Heather Esposito, Lynn Shuda, Mimi Coppola, Jen Trolly, Ron Gray just to name a few! I couldn't pick just one great teacher, I'd have to pick them all. They are amazing educators, wonderful people, and a gift to the Radnor community. If only the Radnor Township School District could stop tinkering with the winning formula of small(er) class size, support/aides in the classroom when needed, and letting teacher's give input on student placement, we parents would be a lot happier. As for the teachers, THEY ARE THE BEST!
Kathleen Seaton August 08, 2012 at 08:58 PM
Sarah Sneddon, master kindergarten teacher at Wayne Elementary School. She is kind, consistent, and accommodating to the needs of every child. Every day there are new ideas, surprises, and activities that engage fives and sixes. Three of my five had her and to this day credit her with their life long love of learning.
SharonG September 02, 2012 at 05:42 PM
Sarah Sneddon made Kindergarten a perfect balance of learning, loving and fun. I have always said that the saddest day of my son's life was the day he had to leave Kindergarten. He is now 25 years old, and did recover from that day because he was fortunate to transition to Ellese Schneider's 1st grade class, then to Ron Gray's 2nd grade class, and, eventually, to Rick Goldstein's (first year, I think) in 4th grade! What a wonderful collection of exceptional teachers! I second Mollie's comment about choosing just one, and about what RTSD needs to focus on!


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