District News

Students lead spectacular Black History Month Assembly Students

Wyoming High School's Black History Month Assembly on Thursday, Feb. 20, was spectacular! This student-led event was covered by Channel 9 and featured a video, musical performances, spoken word poetry, a fashion show and a keynote speech by WHS grad Justin Buckner!

Swimmers head to the state competition Swimmers head to state

Wyoming High School students cheered their classmates on as they headed to the state tournament for swimming on Wednesday, Feb. 19. Victoria Chesson, Kylene Chu, Mikaela Elliott, Mia Hagenauer, Will Mennone, Dori Miller and Libby Spera will compete in Canton on February 20th and 21st. For up-to-the-minute Wyoming sports coverage, check out the Wyoming Athletics twitter feed. More athletics info can be found on the Wyoming Athletics website.

School Closure Information School closure graphic

In case of inclement weather, Wyoming schools may call for a two-hour delay or a closure. Closure and delay information will be sent to family email addresses and phone numbers through the SchoolMessenger Notification System. Additionally, closure information will be posted on the homepage of the district website, the district Facebook page, the district Twitter account, and through local media. Staff members will also receive an email with closure information sent to their district email accounts.

District receives Auditor of State Award Wyoming City Schools Treasurer Ronda Johnson receives the Auditor of State Award from Ryan Holiday, Southwest Regional Liaison for Ohio Auditor of State Keith Faber.

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."

Bugs and Beetles and Butterflies, Oh My! Fifth and sixth grade students in Wyoming Middle School's Art Club's drawings of bugs, beetles and butterflies

Fifth and sixth grade students in Wyoming Middle School's Art Club have been working hard on drawing bugs, beetles and butterflies! Their creations were featured on the rain barrel design they submitted to the Cincinnati Zoo and, out of 240 applications, their design was one of the 40 chosen!

Owl pellet dissection brings fascinating finds into fourth grade Sharing their discoveries

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.

Update on Ohio's EdChoice voucher program EdChoice Update

On Friday, Jan. 31, the House and Senate voted to delay the EdChoice application window start date from February 1 to April 1. Specific changes to Ohio's EdChoice voucher program continue to be discussed but the specific legislative fixes that may be put into place remain unclear. We will continue to advocate

Construction begins on Champions Center Some members of the Champions Center Team break ground on the site of the future Wyoming Champions Center

Ground has been broken on the Wyoming Champions Center, a new indoor athletic facility on the Wyoming High School campus that will provide much needed year-round training space for nearly 350 student athletes each year! This privately-funded building, featuring a state-of-the-art fitness facility, indoor practice turf space, team meeting space and more, will be located behind the home stadium bleachers, between the current baseball and softball fields.

Laura Coomer finalist for Hixson Teacher of the Year Award Annabell and Laura Coomer, Hixson Teacher of the Year Finalist

The Hixson Teacher of the Year Award recognizes full-time teachers who are making outstanding contributions to students' lives. Since 1991, Hixson has sponsored the Teacher of the Year Award, which is presented annually to a current teacher of a Hixson associate’s child or grandchild. Mrs. Coomer was nominated by sisters Lauren and Annabelle Montgomery. Mrs. Coomer was recognized for her ability to inspire students of all backgrounds and abilities; earn the respect and admiration of students, parents and co-workers; and for playing an active role in her community, as well as her school's community activities.

Share your impact story! #ImpactWyoming logo

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!

Primary & Middle School students excel at math competition Perennial Math 1st Place Team

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. 

High school students making plans for the future Jervier family at athletic signing

Family and friends gathered for a national signing day celebration as nine students committed to continuing their academics and athletics at the collegiate level.

Middle school student artwork to be published Beautiful student art to be published

Seventh & eighth grade students have had their work chosen to be published in the Celebrating Art anthology!

Primary school students working hard to help others! Second graders test their board games

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.