Community Food & Clothing Drive to benefit the Valley Interfaith Food Pantry and the St. Vincent DePaul Society
With the change of seasons fast approaching, it’s a great opportunity to look for ways to help others in our community. Wyoming High School's service organization Project LEAD is sponsoring a food and clothing drive to help the Valley Interfaith Food Pantry and the St. Vincent De Paul Society meet the needs of our neighbors in the Mill Creek Valley.
Last school year, there was a strong interest from middle school and high school staff and parents for greater student software monitoring. Based on this feedback, we are introducing Securly to safeguard our students and empower our educators while using technology tools.
In school, SecurlyClassroom allows our teachers to monitor student use of technology in a variety of ways. Teachers are able to push web pages out to students, monitor student progress, minimize distractions, and keep students focused on learning.
Send us your contact information and mark your calendars for our first meeting on Friday, November 12!
Members of the Golden Cowboy Club are invited to the new Dan Jones Center for Research & Innovation at Wyoming High School. Join us at 9 a.m. Friday, November 12, to hear from students and staff about the great work happening in Wyoming City Schools. For more information about Golden Cowboy Club events, send your name, email address and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 513-206-7015,
Be our guest at school events with the Golden Cowboy Passport Card!
At Wyoming City Schools, we believe in building opportunities for the Wyoming Community to come together and be engaged in conversations around topics that matter. With that in mind, we are excited to restart our CommUNITY Conversation Series! Mark your calendars for Thursday, November 18; Thursday, January 27; and Wednesday, April 6. On each night, we’ll explore a topic, engage in small group discussions, and gather feedback to build upon in our ongoing work to continuously improve.
Monday, October 4 – Deadline to register to vote for the November 2, 2021 General Election
October 5-November 1 – Early Voting at Hamilton County Board of Elections, 4700 Smith Rd., Cincinnati, 45212. Click here for the schedule.
Tuesday, November 2 – Election Day – polls are open in Ohio from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Register to vote in Hamilton County, click here:
Wyoming High School has been named one of the Best High Schools around by U.S. News & World Report. In the public high school rankings, Wyoming High School was ranked second in the Cincinnati metro area, #3 in the state of Ohio, and #124 in the nation. Walnut Hills High School, a selective enrollment public high school, was ranked first in the Cincinnati metro area
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- Ranked third among districts of similar size
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- Five points above national average
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