At Wyoming City Schools, we believe that multiple perspectives and experiences provide the foundation for educational excellence. Our commitment to building a sense of belonging for every member of our community drives us forward every day. We are looking for three Wyoming City Schools caregivers or parents to join the Belonging & Inclusion Collaborative (BIC). During the 2020-2021, the BIC will support the work of the district to investigate student data, critically evaluate curriculum to ensure it represents all students, examine hiring practices, and engage all staff in One Degree Shift, our professional development series.
Ohio Department of Education (ODE) 2019-2020 state report cards have been released. The 2019-2020 state report cards do not have grades or ratings because of the limited data available due to the coronavirus pandemic and ordered school-building closures. The 2019-2020 state report cards do share financial data and some limited information in other areas. Wyoming City Schools retained our top ranking on percent of budget spent on classroom instruction among districts of similar size.
Our College Counseling presentations and videos are available on our web page, including this fall's College Planning for Juniors event and the Cowboys to College event for 9th & 10th grade students and families.
And now a word from WHS's Student Council ...
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