Wyoming City Schools

420 Springfield Pike
Wyoming, Ohio 45215
Phone: 513-206-7000

News & Events

The Communications Department of Wyoming City Schools is responsible for district communications and publications, including School Chatter, Know Your Schools, the District Calendar and the Quality Profile. Click here to learn where to find more information about Wyoming City Schools.

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District News

To submit news, or if you are a member of the media, contact Suzy Henke, Director of Communications, at 513-206-7015 or henkes@wyomingcityschools.org.

Wyoming football team to play in the regional final

On Saturday, Nov. 17, the Wyoming Football team will travel to Centerville to take on London in the regional final game (8 schools remain statewide). Tickets are $9 at the gate. #OnWyoming


Dr. Lang to retire after 2018-19 school year

Dr. Susan Lang

Superintendent Dr. Susan Lang will retire after the 2018-19 school year. She has served as the superintendent of Wyoming City Schools since 2011. In that time, she was named the 2017 Ohio Superintendent of the Year and was the recipient of the 2014 Betsey M. Cowles Women in Leadership Award by the Buckeye Association of School Administrators.

“We thank Dr. Lang for her partnership with us and her indefatigable quest for excellence in education for Wyoming students,” said Wyoming City Schools Board President Jeanie Zoller.

Dr. Lang started her tenure in Wyoming with stakeholder listening sessions which led to the development of a dynamic strategic plan for the district. Dr. Lang introduced design challenges (projects focused on problem-based learning) to Wyoming, expanded the Spanish curriculum to 1st through 6th grade and, in an effort to stretch taxpayer dollars, has expanded shared services in personnel, transportation, food services, maintenance, and technology.

“Always balancing new ideas with costs, Dr. Lang presents alternatives that she coins ‘instead ofs’ - proposing creative options and necessary changes while staying within the district’s fiscal priorities. The transformation of Wyoming Middle School is one example of Dr. Lang’s impactful accomplishments, bridging the traditional with 21st century design,” said Mrs. Zoller. “She understands the importance of educating the whole child though academic challenge, competitive athletics, and creative fine arts, and has represented Wyoming City Schools well at local, state and national levels.”

After 33 years in public education, Dr. Lang is excited to celebrate this next chapter. “It is an honor to serve the Wyoming community as Superintendent. Outstanding community support, exceptional teachers, caring staff members and an extraordinary administrative team leave me very excited for the future of Wyoming City Schools,” said Dr. Lang.

The Wyoming City Schools Board of Education will begin the search for a new superintendent. Dr. Lang’s last day at Wyoming City Schools is scheduled to be July 31, 2019.


Weather may threaten 2018 Homecoming Parade

With questionable weather being forecast, we are still hoping beyond hope to get the 2018 Homecoming Parade in as scheduled. In the event of rain, the parade will go on as planned. If conditions are unsafe, the parade will be delayed or cancelled. In the event of a delay or cancellation, this information will be shared on the homepage and district news page of the district website www.wyomingcityschools.org, will be posted on district Facebook and Twitter accounts, and will be sent to school families through the Wyoming City Schools’ SchoolMessenger email system and to city residents through the City of Wyoming’s Nixle text service.


Springfield Pike Project Update: Closure of Worthington Avenue

Worthington Avenue is expected to be closed at Springfield Pike on Friday, September 21, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. due to the Springfield Pike construction project. Springfield Pike is expected to remain open, as is westbound Worthington Avenue to the Wyoming Middle School driveway.

Contractors say the crosswalks will remain passable. Buses will be rerouted as necessary.

Individuals traveling to Wyoming Middle School by car during these hours, including arrival and dismissal, are advised to use an alternate route.

At 5 p.m. on Friday, Worthington Avenue will be closed from Burns Avenue to Springfield Pike for Homecoming Parade staging. At 6 p.m., Springfield Pike will be closed from Worthington Avenue to Chestnut Avenue for the 2018 Homecoming Parade. All roads are expected to reopen by 7 p.m.


Homecoming Parade will take place at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21

The 2018 Homecoming Parade will take place this Friday at 6 p.m. The Pike will be closed from Worthington Avenue to Chestnut Avenue at 6 p.m. and is scheduled to reopen by 7 p.m.


Ohio Department of Education Report Card gives Wyoming an "A"

This week, the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) released the 2018 Ohio School Report Cards and Wyoming City Schools received an overall grade of "A". Of the more than 600 school districts in Ohio, 28 were awarded this grade.

Wyoming's performance index score of 107.3 places it in the top 10 of Ohio's public school districts. The performance index measures the test results of every student. There are seven levels on the index that correspond with achievement levels and districts receive points for every student who takes a test. The state endeavors to use this measure to reward schools and districts for improving the performance of all students, regardless of achievement level.  

Click to see the Wyoming City Schools 2018 Ohio School Report Card.

Click to see ODE's Guide to 2018 Ohio School School Report Cards.


September 11, 2018







Each Wyoming Primary School observed Patriot Day this morning by raising the flag, particpating in a moment of silence and singing songs together. Thank you for the Wyoming Police Department Color Guard for presenting the flag at Vermont School today. The Wyoming Police Department Color Guard presents the flag at a different primary school each Patriot Day on a rotating basis.



From the City of Wyoming:
Update on Springfield Pike Reconstruction Project
Anticipated schedule for work on northbound side in the coming week:
Friday, Sept. 7: Remove curb and driveway aprons from Allen to Clark.
The week of September 10: Contractor will be working Monday-Thursday (10 hours per day).
Monday, Sept. 10: Remove curb and driveway aprons from Clark to Walnut.
Tuesday, Sept. 11: Remove curb and driveway aprons from Walnut to just north of the Mt Pleasant intersection.
Wednesday, Sept. 12: Start the full depth removal of roadway in the parking lane from just north of Mt Pleasant working north.
Thursday, Sept. 13: Continue full depth removal working north to Worthington.
Prep work in the open trench for the concrete pour (to be scheduled).
Friday, Sept. 14: Makeup day if lost time due to weather issues.


Karen Bare to be Wyoming High School Interim Principal for 2018-19 school year

Karen Bare

Karen Bare will be Wyoming’s Interim High School Principal for the 2018-19 school year. Ms. Bare served as the Interim Principal of Indian Hill High School for the 2016-17 school year. Previously, Ms. Bare has been an Assistant Principal of Sycamore High School and a High School Social Studies Teacher with Sycamore Community Schools, New Hanover County Schools, Rose Local Schools, and Fairfield City Schools.

Upon the appointment of Wyoming High School Principal Dr. Ashley Whitely to Assistant Superintendent, the position of Wyoming High School Principal was posted and an interview committee was assembled. After careful consideration, the district decided to fill the position with an Interim Principal for the 2018-19 school year and conduct a more time-intensive and thorough search than was possible at that time of year.

“To ensure we have the best possible permanent candidate for this important role, we will be conducting a wider search and re-posting the open position in November,” said Superintendent Dr. Susan Lang.

The interview committee will reconvene in the fall with all members planning to return. The high school principal interview committee includes community members, teachers, and administrators.


New Assistant Superintendent for Wyoming City Schools

Dr. Ashley Whitely

At the May 21 Wyoming City Schools Board of Education meeting, Dr. Ashley Whitely was approved to become the Assistant Superintendent for Wyoming City Schools starting August 1. Current Assistant Superintendent Kathy Demers is leaving the position to become the Superintendent of Monroe Local Schools.

In Wyoming City School district, the Assistant Superintendent oversees curriculum, instruction, professional development, and human resources for the district.

"In her current role as Wyoming High School Principal, Dr. Whitely has been an exemplary instructional leader," said Superintendent Dr. Susan Lang. "Her knowledge of Wyoming, along with her impressive background in curriculum development and strong staff relationships, will help her to be extremely successful in this role."

Dr. Whitely served as Wyoming High School Assistant Principal from 2011-2016 before becoming Principal. Prior to coming to Wyoming, Dr. Whitely was an AP and Honors High School English Teacher and English Department Chairperson at Lakota East High School. She earned her Doctor of Education in Leadership Studies degree from Xavier University in 2017.

The Process

The Assistant Superintendent opening was posted on April 10. All teaching and administrative employment opportunities with Wyoming City Schools are posted with The Greater Cincinnati School Application Consortium and Effron & Associates (a specialized consulting service with expertise in schools and education). They are also posted in all Wyoming school buildings and on the Employment Opportunities page of the district website.

After receiving interest in the Assistant Superintendent job from many qualified applicants, the three round interview process was completed with a recommendation for hire going to the Board of Education. The interview committee included a board member, administrators, a teacher, and a non-teaching staff member. Four of the committee members are also