As we continue to navigate through the pandemic, our objectives for the 2021-2022 school year include keeping all children learning in their classrooms and caring for the academic, social, and emotional needs of the students of Wyoming City Schools.
Click here to learn about the mitigation strategies that we are using during the 2021-2022 school year, including universal masking; physical distancing; hand hygiene practices; facility cleaning and disinfecting; monitoring and maintaining our HVAC systems; partnering with Hamilton County Public Health on contact tracing, isolation, and quarantine; case communication; and more. - Posted August 6, 2021
Ongoing Evaluation: We will continue to monitor public health guidance, virus mutations and evolving science, legislative action, community transmission rates, and our own school-based data, including case counts, vaccination rates, and more. When an adjustment to our mitigation strategies is advisable, we will implement and communicate any changes as quickly as possible.
Click here for our Month 1 Update. - Posted September 14, 2021
During this pandemic, we have learned so much and proven to be flexible, resourceful, and resilient. We have seen the extraordinary ways that our Wyoming school community works together to celebrate successes and support each other. We're looking forward to continuing to partner with our entire community to grow, support, and celebrate each student in Wyoming City Schools.
*Weekly dashboards for the 2021-2022 school year can be viewed by clicking the graphic above.
For the safety and wellness of our students and staff, it is critical that staff and families continue to self-report to Wyoming City Schools any COVID-19 illness, testing, positive test result, or close contact.
Positive COVID-19 Test Notification Form
COVID-19 Quarantine Notification Form
These forms are submitted directly to District Nurse Nicole Murphy for review. Other COVID reporting for students can be sent through email to email@example.com.
- COVID-19 Reporting for Staff Members should be sent through email to Assistant Superintendent Dr. Ashley Whitely at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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. For information from Cincinnati Children's Hospital, click here to:
Schedule Your Shot, All Eligible Family Members Welcome
Get the Facts and COVID Vaccines
Vaccination appointments can also be scheduled at: GettheShot.coronavirus.ohio.gov
Achieving high levels of COVID-19 vaccination among eligible staff, students, and household members is one of the most critical strategies to help schools safely resume full operations.The vaccines have proven to be exceptionally effective at preventing serious illness and death, even when people contract the Delta variant. If you or your child are eligible to be vaccinated, please get vaccinated. Vaccination is the best way to protect your family, friends, colleagues, and yourself.
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: