District News

Welcoming Wyoming Middle School Assistant Principal Mike Anderson Mike Anderson

We are pleased to announce that Mike Anderson is the new Wyoming Middle School Assistant Principal.

Mr. Anderson is a graduate of Princeton High School and graduated from Bowling Green State University in 1999. For the next nine years, he taught grades 2-5 at Woodlawn Elementary and received his master’s degree in school counseling from Xavier University during that time.

District Update: Change to the First 2 Weeks of School Superintendent's Message

Thank you very much for completing your Back to School forms. Your feedback has been extremely important as we take our next steps with our Plan for Return!

Calendar Change:

We are making some adjustments to the first two weeks of the school year. We believe that these adjustments to the calendar will allow us to provide our students with a more personalized experience as they start the year, while giving our staff more time to prepare, and providing our families with more certainty for planning purposes.

At July 27th meeting, BOE unanimously approved Plan for Return & resolution granting superintendent to make future changes District Seal

At the July 27, 2020, Wyoming City Schools Board of Education Regular meeting, the Board unanimously approved the following resolution adopting the 2020-2021 Return-to-School Plan for the Reopening of the Wyoming City Schools and Granting the Superintendent Authority Related Thereto:

Information about our 2020-2021 Plan for Return 2020-2021 Plan to Return

Thank you for your patience as we worked to create a plan for our students’ return to school. Our Planning Teams worked throughout the summer to re-evaluate our practices and procedures in our efforts to create an educational plan that supports the safety of our students and staff while providing ongoing instructional opportunities for all students.  

Summer Educational Resources for K-6 Summer 2020 Resources logo

Wyoming teachers have gathered and curated educational resources to support continued exploration and the extension of learning through the summer. These options in the areas of Reading & Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, STEAM, and Beyond-the-Screen are recommended for kindergarten through sixth grade students. We look forward to the day when we can reopen our doors and welcome our students back into their school buildings!