Many of our programs and activities are enhanced through the actions of volunteers and we are happy to welcome volunteers and visitors back into our buildings during the 2021-2022 school year!
All school building volunteers are required to pass a criminal background check conducted through the online Raptor Technologies process. The cost of this background check is paid by Wyoming City Schools. Volunteers need to complete this process once every three years.
Volunteers can access the Volunteer Application through this link
When visiting our campuses, all visitors are asked to participate in a more limited onsite background check through Raptor Technologies.
More information about these processes is available here.
Each year, parents must update their child's information in the Wyoming City Schools student database. Please complete this Back-to-School Update by Thursday, August 2.
First Step: Please click this link: https://cas.wyomingcityschools.org/cas_WyomingCity/login
From the logon screen, enter the student credentials into the username and password fields. Please do not click the New Student Registration button - the New Student Registration button is intended for families registering for the very first time.
One less password to track! Starting on Friday, July 23, students will log in to Canvas with the same information they use to log in to their school Google/email account:
Username: Student's Wyoming City Schools email address
Password: Student's current Google account password
If your child has issues logging in to Canvas after July 23, please reach out to the front office of your child's school for assistance. The front office of each school building will reopen on Monday, July 26.
There is no change to the username or password used by parents to access Canvas.
The Wyoming City Schools 2020-2021 school year is a wrap and preparations are underway for the 2021-2022 school year!
During the summer months, we’ll continue to deliver the Wyoming City Schools news you need to know to the email inbox of staff and families. Supplementary information, such as student accomplishments and facility improvements, can be found on our website - www.wyomingcityschools.org - or social media accounts - WCS Facebook Page and WCS Twitter.
Meet the New Principals Summer Events
In June, the entire Wyoming community is invited to meet the next principals of Wyoming High School and Wyoming Primary Schools.
“Our new principals are bringing incredibly impressive talent, skills and experience to us and they are so excited to work with the students, staff, and entire community of Wyoming,” said Superintendent Tim Weber.
School supply lists for the 2021-2022 school year can be found using the links below or under Find It Fast on the Wyoming Primary Schools and Wyoming Middle School webpages at www.wyomingcityschools.org:
Primary School Supply Lists (K-4)
Middle School Supply Lists:
The printed District Calendar is returning for the 2021-2022 school year! The 2021-2022 District Calendar is scheduled to be mailed to all homes in Wyoming by the middle of July. Until then, here are the Back-to-School events planned prior to the first day of school.
First day of school for 1st-12th grade students: Thursday, August 12
First day of school for kindergarten students: Tuesday, August 1
Wyoming High School
WHS New-to-District Student Orientation: 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursday, July 29, at WHS
9th Grade Orientation for Students & Parents: 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 3 at WHS
Serving on the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) is a great way to be informed and be of service to Wyoming City Schools and the community. If you are interested in serving on the CAC starting with the 2021-2022 school year, please complete and return this application prior to August 1, 2021. Members serve for a two-year term. Regular meetings take place monthly during the school year with more frequent meetings as may be determined by individual study groups. Terms begin in August.
Made up of volunteer Wyoming residents, Wyoming City Schools staff members, and Board of Education members, the purpose of the CAC to the Wyoming Board of Education is two-fold:
The Summer Strings Success program at Wyoming Middle School was a great success! Lead by teachers Laura Coomer and Lynn Denney, rising fifth grade students strings students participated in various activities to improve and enhance their skills culminating in a performance for their family members.
Click here for more information about and photos of Wyoming Middle School's Summer Strings Success.
Wyoming Middle School students Sophie Andreassen, Elana Berman, Ella Fernandez, Maggie Galvin and Alexis Kraus competed in the Power of the Pen State Tournament virtually hosted by Otterbein University on May 15. Tournament awards have been announced and the Wyoming Middle School 7th Grade Team placed 7th out of 166 schools!
Join us for a season of scientific discoveries. Pollinator Detectives gives you the opportunity to engage in authentic science research from anywhere. Families with children can participate in this citizen science project and help the University of Cincinnati learn what plants are best at attracting pollinators. This data will help us better understand how to increase the pollinator population which is critical for our food supply.
Please enjoy the 2021 Wyoming High School National Honor Society Virtual Induction Ceremony video.
Three members of the Wyoming High School Class of 2021, Mia Hagenaur, Lou Rosenberg, and Isaac Towne, earned the highest possible score of 36 on the ACT college admissions test.
The ACT consists of tests in English, mathematics, reading and science, with an optional writing test. Each test is scored on a scale of 1 to 36, and a student's composite score is the average of those four test scores rounded to the nearest whole number. According to calculations based upon The ACT Profile Report for the Graduating Class of 2020, .334% of test takers earned a 36.
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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