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  • Alert:

    Updated 9/24: Hamilton County continues to be at LEVEL 2 on the Ohio Public Health Advisory System. Based upon this, Wyoming City Schools buildings will continue to be open to in-person learners Tuesday-Friday the week of September 28.

  • Alert:

    Plan Update: Friday, September 25, is K-12 Remote Instruction Day. Click for more info.

    Monday, September 28: No School: Monday, September 28, is a previously scheduled board holiday. No online or in-person instruction will take place on Monday, September 28.

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Our 2020-2021 Plan

2020-2021 Plan to Return

We are appreciative of the patience and partnership of our students, staff, families and community, as we work to provide our students with the highest-quality education possible. Our plan is a result of the work of planning teams throughout the summer of 2020 and ongoing efforts to re-evaluate our practices and procedures with the goal of executing an educational plan that supports the safety of our students and staff while providing ongoing instructional opportunities for all students.  

The Wyoming City Schools 2020-2021 Plan and other COVID-19 information can be found here: viewed through the following link:

Wyoming City Schools COVID-19 2020-2021 Plan

Although this school year looks different for all of us, we continue to be focused on creating exceptional learning opportunities for all students, building a culture and climate where students feel valued and connected to our staff and one another, and communicating in ways that keep students and families part of the learning process.  

Our plan is based on input from staff and parents and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Ohio Department of Health (ODH), Hamilton County Public Health (HCPH), and the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) and has been reviewed by teachers, administrators, staff members, and the Wyoming City Schools Board of Education. This plan is based on current information and could be modified as additional information becomes available from public health authorities.





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