Wyoming City Schools Remote Education Plan, including mental wellness resources, access to student meals, technology help and more, can be found on the Remote Education Plan section of the district website.
COVID-19 information, including communications and actions of the district, can be found on the District Updates: COVID-19 section of the district website.
This year, Wyoming Primary Schools started a new program: Cowboy Ambassadors. These student leaders help create a positive environment at each school community and have a role in welcoming new students to their school. Our Cowboy Ambassadors have created messages of encouragement to help us all during this global health crisis. We hope everyone enjoys this video and feels proud of what all of our students, teachers, and families have accomplished!
On Friday, May 12, the clouds cleared and 82 cars carrying Wyoming City Schools staff members traveled 17.5 miles throughout the City of Wyoming in a route that was planned to pass as close as possible to the homes of each member of the Class of 2020.
Wyoming City Schools has earned the Auditor of State Award for excellence in financial reporting. This award is presented to local governments and school districts upon completion of a “clean” audit report.
"We are so proud to earn this award again!” said Wyoming City Schools Treasurer Ronda Johnson. "Our goal is to be good stewards of our taxpayers’ dollars and this award is testimony to the dedication and excellent work of all staff members across the District who handle public funds."
This month, students in Ms. Fox's class dissected owl pellets as part of the 4th grade science curriculum. A pellet, in ornithology, is the mass of undigested parts of a bird's food that some bird species occasionally regurgitate. The contents of a bird's pellet depend on its diet, but can include the exoskeletons of insects, indigestible plant matter, bones, fur, feathers, bills, claws, and teeth.
Forty-one (41) Wyoming Primary REACH students and 20 Middle School MathCounts club members had an extremely impressive showing at this weekend’s Perennial Math Competition.
First-grade students participated in the annual chore chart project to benefit the current residents of the Ronald McDonald House Charities - Greater Cincinnati and students created board games that were packaged with books for Inner City Youth Opportunities in some of our second grade classes.
Our theme for this school year is #ImpactWyoming. This is our way to realize that no matter what our role is within the district, we each have the incredible opportunity to make a difference for our students, staff, and families. When we each realize the potential we have to #ImpactWyoming, the possibilities are endless for our students!