• Alert:
    • Email maintenance is taking place the week of July 6. @wyomingcityschools.org email addresses are expected to be down from Monday, July 6, through Thursday, July 9. 
    • The Wyoming City Schools Central Office, 420 Springfield Pike, is open 8 a.m.-4 p.m. on business days. COVID-19 mitigation actions are in place, including the use of masks by employees in common areas, an employee check-in process, social distancing floor markings, additional hand sanitizer stations, and more. Visitors must wear masks when entering the Wyoming City Schools Central Office. 
    • Our school buildings are open by appointment only through the month of July. If you are in need of an appointment, please contact the building principal or assistant principal through email. Email addresses are available on the Staff Directory. School buildings are scheduled to open for regular office hours on Monday, August 3.
    • Unlike the past few years, the printed District Calendar will not be mailed to all Wyoming residences before the 4th of July this year. The Online District Calendar, viewable on the homepage of www.wyomingcityschools.org, will be updated with event information as soon as it is available.
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Update on Ohio's EdChoice voucher program

EdChoice Update

In December, the Wyoming City Schools Board of Education shared information about the expansion of the state’s EdChoice voucher program and hosted local discussion opportunities. Earlier this month, the board issued a call to action to advocate for public education in Wyoming and across the state. Thank you for your engagement in this discussion and your efforts to support public schools! Feedback from Columbus and the offices of our legislators is that Wyoming has been very vocal on this topic. (More information on EdChoice can be found here.)

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 for:

  • Using the state report card overall building grade for EdChoice determination and keep buildings earning an A, B or C off the voucher list.
  • Reversing HB166 budget language and require that EdChoice applicants attend a public school in the year prior to applying.
  • Keeping voucher income eligibility at 200% of the federal poverty level.

We will share information on future developments. Thank you for standing up for public education in Ohio!

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