We are appreciative of the patience and partnership of our students, staff, families and community, as we work to provide our students with the highest-quality education possible. Our plan is a result of the work of planning teams throughout the summer of 2020 and ongoing efforts to re-evaluate our practices and procedures with the goal of executing an educational plan that supports the safety of our students and staff while providing ongoing instructional opportunities for all students.
Wyoming City Schools plans to continue with the Hybrid Plan Schedule for next week, the week of November 2. This decision is based upon the indicators used in the Ohio Public Health Advisory System and the data set we have developed for use in the second semester plan in consultation with our Wyoming City Schools COVID-19 Science Advisory Team.
Wyoming City Schools is committed to making data-driven decisions aligned with public health and medical guidance. The Ohio Public Health Advisory System contains valuable community metrics but several indicators lag days or weeks behind new infections. The Wyoming City Schools COVID-19 Data Set, developed for use in the second semester and applied here, is based upon the COVID Measures to Inform School Planning from Hamilton County Public Health, City of Cincinnati Health Department, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, and The Health Collaborative and input from the Wyoming City Schools COVID-19 Science Advisory Team. This model elevates the importance of school-specific data while incorporating the most relevant, real-time community measures available.
On Wednesday, November 4, K-12 students will be provided with instructional materials for independent learning and will learn remotely for the day. Teachers will be available to provide direct assistance to students via Zoom 2:30-3:30 p.m. for office hours on the 4th.
No in-person instruction will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 4.
The Ohio Department of Education (ODE) and United States Department of Agriculture, Food, and Nutrition Services (USDA) has extended a waiver to Wyoming City Schools through Dec. 31, 2020, granting lunches free-of-cost to all Wyoming City Schools students (both online and in-person). This extension of a number of waivers put into place this summer by the USDA’s Food and Nutrition Services is intended to ease access to student meals for families while allowing schools to focus on feeding students rather than verifying eligibility and related administrative tasks.
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Wyoming City Schools will promote academic achievement, self-worth, mutual respect, and multi-faceted student development so that our students will be positive contributors to our society.
Funds spent on classroom instruction
- Ranked #1 among districts of similar size
Extracurricular activities offered across district
WHS students participate in at least one extracurricular activity
ACT Composite for Class of 2020
- Six points above national average
Merit aid earned by members of Class of 2020