Much has been learned about COVID-19 and K-12 schools in the last year. I could not be more pleased that public health authorities, a growing body of medical research, and our own first-hand experience here in Wyoming have demonstrated that schools can effectively use mitigation strategies to minimize the risk of in-school COVID transmission. With the overwhelming interest in vaccination that we have seen in our staff and high school students and the likelihood of vaccination becoming available for younger children in the approaching months, we have an additional, powerful mitigation tool available to us now and in the future.
Also evident is the value of in-person learning for our students academically, socially, and emotionally, with more and more families choosing to move away from the online learning option. Due to reduced interest in online learning and our inability to provide the necessary staffing and resources required to offer a high-quality online option, next school year we will return to in-person learning in our schools.
Click here to view responses to some common questions regarding the 2021-2022 school year.
Now and in the future, we will continue to monitor public health guidance, track our local data and evolving science, and make adjustments as needed. If you ever have specific concerns about your child’s learning or need support for extenuating circumstances, please reach out to your child’s principal or school counselor.
Perhaps the greatest asset we have in Wyoming City Schools is our incredible school-community partnership. This partnership has been so valuable to all of us during this pandemic. Thank you!
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
As of Thursday, May 13, all individuals 12 and older in the state of Ohio are eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Click the links below for more information from the Ohio Department of Health:
FAQ for Parents, Guardians & Youth Ages 12-17 Eligible for the Pfizer Vaccine
Myths vs. Facts: COVID-19 Vaccine
Frequently Asked Questions: COVID-19 Vaccine
To schedule a vaccine appointment:
For those 12 and older
The only COVID-19 vaccine currently approved for individuals 12 to 17 years of age is the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. At the time of publication, appointments were available at Cincinnati Children's through this link. Cincinnati Children's COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic is open to Ohioans who are age 12 and older.
The Ohio Department of Health recommends using the virtual assistant at vaxchat.ohio.gov for assistance in finding a provider currently offering the Pfizer vaccine.
For those 18 and older
Vaccination appointments can be made using the following links or tools:
Local COVID-19 Testing
Testing is available through Test and Protect. Test and Protect offers COVID-19 tests at no cost to all those who live and work in Hamilton County.
Our 2020-2021 COVID Plan Video Series:
Answers to Frequently-Asked Questions
Click below to view other videos in the series:
Please use this link to see our:
Wyoming City Schools Science Advisory Team