Opening Night Special: Students and staff with a Wyoming ID can buy half-price tickets ($5 dollars) using cash at the door for Opening Night, Thursday, October 5.
All other tickets (October 5-7) are $10 dollars cash or buy online with a convenience fee at https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/76446
Join Wyoming PSA by October 8 and have your student’s information included in the print directory! Your $25 membership donation is at the heart of PSA’s mission to support excellence in education through the programs and experiences it funds.
Joining is EASY on our membership website, and receive our printed and/or digital directory with your membership: https://wyomingpsa.membershiptoolkit.com/home
Come to the Substitute Hiring Fair 1-3 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 10, at the Wyoming City Schools Central Office, 420 Springfield Pike! At the fair, participants will:
Phase 2 of the process to build a plan for the future of Wyoming Primary Schools is underway. The initial work in Phase 2 includes the creation of the new Wyoming Primary Schools Facilities Steering Committee and two community engagement events that took place on Wednesday, Sept. 6.
There is a general four-year election, as well as a two-year special election scheduled to take place on November 7, 2023. Wyoming City Schools Board of Education seats are on the ballot in November.
All voting/election inquires must be addressed by the Hamilton County Board of Elections. Their phone number is 513-632-7000. To access their website, click here: https://votehamiltoncountyohio.gov/
Register to vote in Hamilton County, click here:
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In partnership with families and community, Wyoming City Schools cultivates innovative, student-centered educational programs and opportunities that foster the academic growth and personal development of every child.
in Achievement, Progress/Growth, Gap Closing, and Graduation from the Ohio Department of Education
Funds spent on classroom instruction
- Ranked fourth among districts of similar size
of graduates pursue a bachelor's or associate degree
2% pursue employment or military service
1% pursue gap-year opportunities
ACT Composite for Class of 2022
- more than 5 points above the national average
of students in the Class of 2022 took at least one AP class