District News

CDC expands booster recommendation clinics

On November 29th, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) strengthened its recommendation on booster doses for individuals who are 18 years and older saying everyone ages 18 and older should get a booster shot either when they are 6 months after their initial Pfizer or Moderna series or 2 months after their initial J&J vaccine.

WHS Teacher wins 2021 Outstanding Art Teacher Award staff spotlight

At this year's Ohio Art Education Association Conference, WHS Teacher Mollie Williams received the Outstanding Art Teacher Award for Ohio’s Southwest Region!

Nominated by her fellow art educators, Mollie (pictured with her husband and children) was lauded for her consistent dedication to her students, her scholarship and her professionalism.

Students earn top honors at Model UN symposium Award winners

During the Secondary Schools United Nations Symposium sponsored by McGill University in Montreal, our 20 WHS Model UN delegates competed in a variety of committees and six won top honors for their research, advocacy, diplomacy, and collaboration. Competing remotely, our team was impressive while showcasing their skills and adaptability.

November 2021 Election BOE seal

Three Wyoming City Schools Board of Education seats were on the November 2, 2021, election ballot. Election results can be found on the Hamilton County Board of Elections website using this link.

New terms begin in January. Elected board members are scheduled to be sworn in at the January 4 Board of Education Organizational Meeting. Annual committee appointments and the election of officers will also take place at that time.

Our new software monitoring tool Tech Tools

Last school year, there was a strong interest from middle school and high school staff and parents for greater student software monitoring. Based on this feedback, we are introducing Securly to safeguard our students and empower our educators while using technology tools.  

In school, SecurlyClassroom allows our teachers to monitor student use of technology in a variety of ways.  Teachers are able to push web pages out to students, monitor student progress, minimize distractions, and keep students focused on learning.

Wyoming High School named a Best High School by U.S. News & World Report US News Best High School National Badge

Wyoming High School has been named one of the Best High Schools around by U.S. News & World Report. In the public high school rankings, Wyoming High School was ranked second in the Cincinnati metro area, #3 in the state of Ohio, and #124 in the nation. Walnut Hills High School, a selective enrollment public high school, was ranked first in the Cincinnati metro area