Primary News

Primary School Menus for All-Online and In-Person Learners

Click here for menu info. The All-Online Menu can be found by clicking on Remote Learner Menu under Middle School.

More information about meals for all-online Learners can be found here.

Support Organization News & Events

Get your SPIRITWEAR!

Did you know that The Wyoming Spirit Wear Store has partnered with the Wyoming Parent School Association (PSA) and the Wyoming Athletic Booster Club for over 8 years? In that time, the program has raised over $70,000 that is equally split between the Wyoming PSA and the Wyoming Athletic Booster Club! 

The Fall 2020 collection is now available online: https://wyocowboygear.myshopify.com. You can choose local pick up of your items or have them shipped to your home!

From the Wyoming Athletic Boosters:

It’s not too late to join the Athletic Boosters! 

Now more than ever, we need your support. The boosters help fund the cost of equipment, tournament transportation and facility maintenance for all 7th-12th grade boys and girls sports programs. Your contribution will help the current and future success of Wyoming Athletics. 

To join, go to: https://wyomingathletics.org/sports/2020/6/23/hometown-ticketing.aspx and scroll to the bottom for SEASON PASSES, or complete the attached form and drop off at the high school office!

From Wyoming School Music Association:

Join Wyoming School Music Association (WSMA) Today

There has never been a more important time to bring joy into our lives than now, and bringing MUSIC into yours is a great start!

During this most unpredictable school year ahead of us, you can be certain that the excellence of the Wyoming City Schools music program won’t miss a beat. WSMA invites you to join us in supporting our teachers and district in providing a rich musical experience for all students K-12. 

Already a member? Please renew and thank you for your ongoing support. 

New to the community or to WSMA? Welcome! Please consider joining. 

It only takes a few minutes at our secure web page: https://wyomingmusic.org/membership/

Community News & Events:

From Girl Scouts of Western Ohio:

Is your girl interested in joining Girl Scouts? Parents can learn more while their daughters hike on Saturday, Oct. 24, at Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve, 3455 Poole Road, Cincinnati, OH 45251. Hikes will take place at 1, 2, 3 & 4 p.m. Questions? Please contact Ashley Patton at ashleypatton@gswo.org or Kristen Woods at kristenwoods@gswo.org.

Important Election Information/Deadlines

Through November 2 – Early Voting at BOE-4700 Smith Rd. (45212) Click here to see the dates/times you can vote early.

Tuesday, November 3 – Election Day – polls are open in Ohio from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

If you know you are registered and plan to vote in person and want to know where to vote, click here: https://votehamiltoncountyohio.gov/where-to-vote/

All other voting/election inquiries must be addressed by the Hamilton County Board of Elections. Their phone number is 513-632-7000 or visit their website at: https://votehamiltoncountyohio.gov/

Remember, there are three ways to vote in Hamilton County:

  1. Absentee/Vote by Mail
  2. Vote Early at the Board of Elections, 4700 Smith Road, Cincinnati OH  45212
  3. At your precinct on Tuesday, November 3

*Please note, many Hamilton County residents have been receiving multiple mailings asking you to either register to vote or request an absentee ballot. Regardless of how many of these mailings you receive, you only need to register yourself once and you only need to request an absentee ballot once and mail it in once. If you have any questions regarding the validity of something you receive in the mail, please contact the Board of Elections directly at 513-632-7000.

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Primary School Menus for All-Online and In-Person Learners

Click here for menu info. The All-Online Menu can be found by clicking on Remote Learner Menu under Middle School.

More information about meals for all-online Learners can be found here.

Support Organization News & Events

Get your SPIRITWEAR!

Did you know that The Wyoming Spirit Wear Store has partnered with the Wyoming Parent School Association (PSA) and the Wyoming Athletic Booster Club for over 8 years? In that time, the program has raised over $70,000 that is equally split between the Wyoming PSA and the Wyoming Athletic Booster Club! 

The Fall 2020 collection is now available online: https://wyocowboygear.myshopify.com. You can choose local pick up of your items or have them shipped to your home!

From the Wyoming Athletic Boosters:

It’s not too late to join the Athletic Boosters! 

Now more than ever, we need your support. The boosters help fund the cost of equipment, tournament transportation and facility maintenance for all 7th-12th grade boys and girls sports programs. Your contribution will help the current and future success of Wyoming Athletics. 

To join, go to: https://wyomingathletics.org/sports/2020/6/23/hometown-ticketing.aspx and scroll to the bottom for SEASON PASSES, or complete the attached form and drop off at the high school office!

From Wyoming School Music Association:

Join Wyoming School Music Association (WSMA) Today

There has never been a more important time to bring joy into our lives than now, and bringing MUSIC into yours is a great start!

During this most unpredictable school year ahead of us, you can be certain that the excellence of the Wyoming City Schools music program won’t miss a beat. WSMA invites you to join us in supporting our teachers and district in providing a rich musical experience for all students K-12. 

Already a member? Please renew and thank you for your ongoing support. 

New to the community or to WSMA? Welcome! Please consider joining. 

It only takes a few minutes at our secure web page: https://wyomingmusic.org/membership/

Community News & Events:

From Wyoming Community In Action:

Wyoming Community in Action presents “Community Spoken Word and Poetry Jam” – A Celebration of Black Poetry Day, 3-7 p.m. Saturday, October 17, on the Wyoming Village Green.  

This event will feature poetry readings of famous Black authors and original spoken word from  local writers of all ages! Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a night of good music, food and family friendly fun!  

Interested in taking the mic? Sign up to read a famous piece at: https://bit.ly/2RHIx0G or share your original piece by signing up at https://bit.ly/2RKQhPt 

From Kindervelt #8:

Holiday Wreath & Greens Online Pre-Sale

Pre-Order deadline: October 18, 2020

Click Here to Order!

FREE Order Pick-Up at Wyoming High School Tennis Courts (1052 Springfield Pike)

10 a.m.-noon Saturday, Nov. 28 and 3-5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 29

Or $5.00 delivery (Deliveries must be within 20 miles of Wyoming, OH 45215)

Deliveries will be made Nov. 28-Dec. 2

For delivery, add”DELIVERY” to your shopping cart.

All proceeds benefit the Division of Critical Care Medicine and the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

KV#8’s annual Christmas Tree Sale will be Dec. 5 & 6 at the Wyoming High School Tennis Courts. Extra wreaths and greens will be available for sale that weekend. Quantities are expected to be limited.

From the City of Wyoming:

Basketball program for ages 3-7

This fun, skill-intensive program is designed for beginning to intermediate athletes. An active week of passing, shooting, dribbling and rebounding makes this one of our most popular programs. Boys and girls will also learn vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork and responsibility.

On Sundays Nov. 1-Dec. 13 at the Wyoming Oak Gym:

1-2 p.m. for ages 3-4

2:15-3:15 p.m. for ages 5-7

3:30-4:30 p.m. for ages 5-7

Register today; space is limited: skyhawks.com or 1-800-804-3509

Important Election Information/Deadlines:

Through November 2 – Early Voting at BOE-4700 Smith Rd. (45212) Click here to see the dates/times you can vote early.

Tuesday, November 3 – Election Day – polls are open in Ohio from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

If you think you are registered but you want to be sure, click here: https://votehamiltoncountyohio.gov/check-registration-status/

If you know you are registered and plan to vote in person and want to know where to vote, click here: https://votehamiltoncountyohio.gov/where-to-vote/

All other voting/election inquiries must be addressed by the Hamilton County Board of Elections. Their phone number is 513-632-7000 or visit their website at: https://votehamiltoncountyohio.gov/

Remember, there are three ways to vote in Hamilton County:

  1. Absentee/Vote by Mail
  2. Vote Early at the Board of Elections, 4700 Smith Road, Cincinnati OH  45212
  3. At your precinct on Tuesday, November 3

*Please note, many Hamilton County residents have been receiving multiple mailings asking you to either register to vote or request an absentee ballot. Regardless of how many of these mailings you receive, you only need to register yourself once and you only need to request an absentee ballot once and mail it in once. If you have any questions regarding the validity of something you receive in the mail, please contact the Board of Elections directly at 513-632-7000.

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Primary News

Primary School Menus for All-Online and In-Person Learners

Click here for menu info. The All-Online Menu can be found by clicking on Remote Learner Menu under Middle School.More information about meals for all-online Learners can be found here.

Support Organization News & Events

Get your SPIRITWEAR!

Did you know that The Wyoming Spirit Wear Store has partnered with the Wyoming Parent School Association (PSA) and the Wyoming Athletic Booster Club for over 8 years? In that time, the program has raised over $70,000 that is equally split between the Wyoming PSA and the Wyoming Athletic Booster Club! 

The Fall 2020 collection is now available online: https://wyocowboygear.myshopify.com. You can choose local pick up of your items or have them shipped to your home!

From the Wyoming Athletic Boosters:

It’s not too late to join the Athletic Boosters! 

Now more than ever, we need your support. The boosters help fund the cost of equipment, tournament transportation and facility maintenance for all 7th-12th grade boys and girls sports programs. Your contribution will help the current and future success of Wyoming Athletics. 

To join, go to: https://wyomingathletics.org/sports/2020/6/23/hometown-ticketing.aspx and scroll to the bottom for SEASON PASSES, or complete the attached form and drop off at the high school office!

From the Wyoming Parent School Association:

We STILL want you! Thank you to everyone who has already signed up as a new member or has renewed their membership. We are happy to announce that we have extended the deadline to activate your account and choose your option to Friday, October 9th, to be included in the print directory.

Understanding we are in unprecedented times, we are excited to offer two new membership options this year.

  • For $20 a year, you can be a PSA Member, which includes: PSA voting rights, inclusion in the directory, a print copy of the student and family directory (with the option to buy additional print copies), and access to the directory online or through the Membership Toolkit app.
  • Not ready to commit? You can still be part of the PSA community at no cost. This option includes access to the online and app directory and a listing in the print directory.

To sign up for the option that is the best fit for your family, please follow the steps on the Membership ToolKit website.

Don’t delay! Any questions? Learn more on our website or drop us a line at membershipwyomingpsa@gmail.com.

From the Wyoming School Foundation:

“DUCKY DERBY” Family Fun!

This year, a virtual event is being held to support local charitable organizations. By purchasing a duck (or a family of them), you have a chance to win cash prizes while supporting the Wyoming School Foundation (WSF)! Visit https://runsignup.com/Race/OH/Loveland/TheDuckyDerbySplashandDashforCharity, select the WYOMING SCHOOL FOUNDATION as your beneficiary. Assign each rubber duck (or bear, tiger or panda) to a different family member for a friendly competition! 

All the ducks will be dropped into the Little Miami River at 9 a.m. Sunday, October 11, while you watch LIVE online (or opt for text messages) to receive updates on your duck’s progress!

From Wyoming School Music Association:

JOIN WSMA THIS SATURDAY for LIVE MUSIC from Wyoming’s talented student musicians!

FALLING FOR THE ARTS is this Saturday, October 3, 1-5 p.m. on Wyoming’s Village Green.

FALLING FOR THE ARTS is a full afternoon of our favorite student musicians safely performing on two different stages on the Village Green for spectators and guests of all ages. The Wyoming High School Drumline will open the event at 1 p.m., followed by solos, duets, trios, and small ensemble performances throughout the afternoon (including a special performance by the WHS senior orchestra members). Crowd favorite band, Stonefish, will be the rousing finale at 4:30 p.m.!  WSMA and all student musicians will be following the State of Ohio guidelines for safe, live music concerts.

And…. FALLING FOR THE ARTS is FREE to attend! There is plenty of space to stay socially-distanced, enjoy live music, and support the arts – it’s a win win win. Pop in for a few minutes or stay for a few hours – you can come and go as you want. This is a flexible and fun way to celebrate Wyoming’s music programs.

Please bring a personal face mask (or $10 if you want to buy a WSMA one!), your own chair or blanket, $4 for Graeter’s chip wheelies if you have a sweet tooth, and your Wyoming love and enthusiasm for these amazing performers who are eager to show all they’ve achieved over the last 7 months!

WSMA will be onsite all afternoon if you want to renew your membership or ask us any questions about the creative plans we have for a fun and music-filled year ahead!

Rain date for FALLING FOR THE ARTS is Sunday, October 4.

Join Wyoming School Music Association (WSMA) Today

There has never been a more important time to bring joy into our lives than now, and bringing MUSIC into yours is a great start!

During this most unpredictable school year ahead of us, you can be certain that the excellence of the Wyoming City Schools music program won’t miss a beat. WSMA invites you to join us in supporting our teachers and district in providing a rich musical experience for all students K-12. 

Already a member? Please renew and thank you for your ongoing support. 

New to the community or to WSMA? Welcome! Please consider joining. 

It only takes a few minutes at our secure web page: https://wyomingmusic.org/membership/

Community News & Events:

Free Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing for Hamilton County Residents

Date/Time: Saturday, October 3, 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Location: Woodlawn Pool parking lot, 10120 Woodlawn Blvd.

Pre-registration is encouraged to streamline testing but is not required. Click here to pre-register.

Important Election Information/Deadlines

Monday, October 5 – Deadline to register to vote for the November 3 General Election*

Tuesday, October 6 – Absentee ballots are mailed by the BOE and are due at noon on October 31.* Click here for the application to request an absentee ballot. 

October 6-November 2 – Early Voting at BOE-4700 Smith Rd. (45212) Click here to see the dates/times you can vote early.

Tuesday, November 3 – Election Day – polls are open in Ohio from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

If you need to register to vote, click here:

If you think you are registered but you want to be sure, click here:

If you know you are registered and plan to vote in person and want to know where to vote, click here:

All other voting/election inquiries must be addressed by the Hamilton County Board of Elections. Their phone number is 513-632-7000 or visit their website at: https://votehamiltoncountyohio.gov/

Remember, there are three ways to vote in Hamilton County:

  1. Absentee/Vote by Mail
  2. Vote Early at the Board of Elections, 4700 Smith Road, Cincinnati OH  45212
  3. At your precinct on Tuesday, November 3

*Please note, many Hamilton County residents have been receiving multiple mailings asking you to either register to vote or request an absentee ballot. Regardless of how many of these mailings you receive, you only need to register yourself once and you only need to request an absentee ballot once and mail it in once. If you have any questions regarding the validity of something you receive in the mail, please contact the Board of Elections directly at 513-632-7000.

From the City of Wyoming:

Basketball program for ages 3-7

This fun, skill-intensive program is designed for beginning to intermediate athletes. An active week of passing, shooting, dribbling and rebounding makes this one of our most popular programs. Boys and girls will also learn vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork and responsibility.

On Sundays Nov. 1-Dec. 13 at the Wyoming Oak Gym:

1-2 p.m. for ages 3-4

2:15-3:15 p.m. for ages 5-7

3:30-4:30 p.m. for ages 5-7

Register today; space is limited: skyhawks.com or 1-800-804-3509

From Wyoming Community In Action:

Wyoming Community in Action presents “Community Spoken Word and Poetry Jam” – A Celebration of Black Poetry Day, 4-9 p.m. Saturday, October 17, on the Wyoming Village Green.  

This event will feature poetry readings of famous Black authors and original spoken word from  local writers of all ages! Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a night of good music, food and family friendly fun!  

Interested in taking the mic? Sign up to read a famous piece at: https://bit.ly/2RHIx0G or share your original piece by signing up at https://bit.ly/2RKQhPt 

From Kindervelt #8:

Holiday Wreath & Greens Online Pre-Sale

Pre-Order deadline: October 18, 2020

Click Here to Order!

FREE Order Pick-Up at Wyoming High School Tennis Courts (1052 Springfield Pike)

10 a.m.-noon Saturday, Nov. 28 and 3-5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 29

Or $5.00 delivery (Deliveries must be within 20 miles of Wyoming, OH 45215)

Deliveries will be made Nov. 28-Dec. 2

For delivery, add”DELIVERY” to your shopping cart.

All proceeds benefit the Division of Critical Care Medicine and the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

KV#8’s annual Christmas Tree Sale will be Dec. 5 & 6 at the Wyoming High School Tennis Courts. Extra wreaths and greens will be available for sale that weekend. Quantities are expected to be limited.

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Primary News 9-24-2020

Primary School Menus for All-Online and In-Person Learners

Click here for menu info. The All-Online Menu can be found by clicking on Remote Learner Menu under Middle School.

More information about meals for all-online Learners can be found here.

Support Organization News & Events

Get your SPIRITWEAR!

Did you know that The Wyoming Spirit Wear Store has partnered with the Wyoming Parent School Association (PSA) and the Wyoming Athletic Booster Club for over 8 years? In that time, the program has raised over $70,000 that is equally split between the Wyoming PSA and the Wyoming Athletic Booster Club! 

The Fall 2020 collection is now available online: https://wyocowboygear.myshopify.com. You can choose local pick up of your items or have them shipped to your home!

From the Wyoming Athletic Boosters:

It’s not too late to join the Athletic Boosters! 

Now more than ever, we need your support. The boosters help fund the cost of equipment, tournament transportation and facility maintenance for all 7th-12th grade boys and girls sports programs. Your contribution will help the current and future success of Wyoming Athletics. 

To join, go to: https://wyomingathletics.org/sports/2020/6/23/hometown-ticketing.aspx and scroll to the bottom for SEASON PASSES, or complete the attached form and drop off at the high school office!

From the Wyoming Parent School Association:

REMINDER: We want you! Thank you to everyone who has already signed up as a new member or renewed their membership. There’s still time for those of you that haven’t done so yet! The deadline to activate your account and choose your option is Wednesday, September 30th, to be included in the print directory.

Understanding we are in unprecedented times, we are excited to offer two new membership options this year.

  • For $20 a year, you can be a Parent School Association (PSA) Member, which includes: PSA voting rights, inclusion in the directory, a print copy of the student and family directory (with the option to buy additional print copies), and access to the directory online or through the Membership Toolkit app.
  • Not ready to commit? You can still be part of the PSA community at no cost. This option includes access to the online and app directory and a listing in the print directory.

To sign up for the option that is the best fit for your family, please follow the steps on the Membership ToolKit website.

Don’t delay!  Any questions? Learn more on our website or drop us a line at membershipwyomingpsa@gmail.com.

From the Wyoming School Foundation:

“DUCKY DERBY” Family Fun!

This year, a virtual event is being held to support local charitable organizations. By purchasing a duck (or a family of them), you have a chance to win cash prizes while supporting the Wyoming School Foundation (WSF)! Visit https://runsignup.com/Race/OH/Loveland/TheDuckyDerbySplashandDashforCharity, select the WYOMING SCHOOL FOUNDATION as your beneficiary. Assign each rubber duck (or bear, tiger or panda) to a different family member for a friendly competition! 

All the ducks will be dropped into the Little Miami River at 9 a.m. Sunday, October 11, while you watch LIVE online (or opt for text messages) to receive updates on your duck’s progress!

From Wyoming School Music Association:

Join Wyoming School Music Association (WSMA) Today

There has never been a more important time to bring joy into our lives than now, and bringing MUSIC into yours is a great start!

During this most unpredictable school year ahead of us, you can be certain that the excellence of the Wyoming City Schools music program won’t miss a beat. WSMA invites you to join us in supporting our teachers and district in providing a rich musical experience for all students K-12. 

Already a member? Please renew and thank you for your ongoing support. 

New to the community or to WSMA? Welcome! Please consider joining. 

It only takes a few minutes at our secure web page: https://wyomingmusic.org/membership/

Community News & Events:

Free Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing for Hamilton County Residents

Date/Time: Saturday, October 3, 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Location: Woodlawn Pool parking lot, 10120 Woodlawn Blvd.

Pre-registration is encouraged to streamline testing but is not required. Click here to pre-register.

Important Election Information/Deadlines

Monday, October 5 – Deadline to register to vote for the November 3 General Election*

Tuesday, October 6 – Absentee ballots are mailed by the BOE and are due at noon on October 31.* Click here for the application to request an absentee ballot. 

October 6-November 2 – Early Voting at BOE-4700 Smith Rd. (45212) Click here to see the dates/times you can vote early.

Tuesday, November 3 – Election Day – polls are open in Ohio from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

If you need to register to vote, click here:

If you think you are registered but you want to be sure, click here:

If you know you are registered and plan to vote in person and want to know where to vote, click here:

All other voting/election inquiries must be addressed by the Hamilton County Board of Elections. Their phone number is 513-632-7000 or visit their website at: https://votehamiltoncountyohio.gov/

Remember, there are three ways to vote in Hamilton County:

  1. Absentee/Vote by Mail
  2. Vote Early at the Board of Elections, 4700 Smith Road, Cincinnati OH  45212
  3. At your precinct on Tuesday, November 3

*Please note, many Hamilton County residents have been receiving multiple mailings asking you to either register to vote or request an absentee ballot. Regardless of how many of these mailings you receive, you only need to register yourself once and you only need to request an absentee ballot once and mail it in once. If you have any questions regarding the validity of something you receive in the mail, please contact the Board of Elections directly at 513-632-7000.

From the City of Wyoming:

StoryWalk along the Hike/Bike Trail

Through the month of September on the Wyoming Hike/Bike Trail: a StoryWalk for kids and families inspired by Denise Fleming’s children’s book, Go, Shapes, Go!

Children’s Librarian Jennifer Vickey from the Wyoming branch of the library has partnered with the Wyoming Recreation Foundation to create this fun Early Literacy opportunity for our young children. Starting at the beginning of the Hike/Bike Trail at Oak Park (200 yards north of the City Building at 800 Oak Avenue), this 23-page story loops around the trail to finish at the back of the Wyoming Recreation Center at 9940 Springfield Pike.

In addition to an adorable story about shapes, each sign encourages families to move their bodies and talk about their new discoveries with movement. Once you complete the StoryWalk, stop into the Wyoming Recreation Center to hydrate and collect a free water bottle (please note there is a one bottle limit per family). Please also note you can park anywhere within Oak Park to begin the StoryWalk. The story will remain until the end of September or as long as it stays in one piece! Click here to view this event on Facebook.

If any damage is noted, please email:

jennifer.vickey@cincinnatilibrary.org or mtuck@wyomingohio.gov.

From the Wyoming Fine Arts Center:

WFAC is now enrolling for fall music and art classes. Please visit www.musicartdance.org for more information or call 513.948.1900 or email director@musicartdance.org to learn more.

The City of Wyoming and The Wyoming Fine Arts Center are excited to have Know Theatre of Cincinnati perform Fannie in a social distance environment in the parking lot behind The Center on September 26. You can learn more and purchase tickets at: https://www.knowtheatre.com/fannie/

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Primary News 3/6/2020

Do you or someone you know have a child entering kindergarten in the fall? 

If so, please visit the Wyoming City Schools Kindergarten Registration web page to learn about the new process, a pre-registration survey and important dates: Kindergarten Registration webpage.

 

PRIMARY LUNCH MENU

Week of March 9 (green)

  • Monday – Papa John’s Pizza
  • Tuesday – Brunch for Lunch
  • Wednesday – Pasta Day – Pasta with meat sauce or ravioli and garlic bread
  • Thursday – Mini corn dogs with dipping sauce
  • Friday – Chicken Little Friday – Drumstick with mashed potatoes, whole grain biscuit and baked beans

Menu Attached: Primary 2019-2020 Lunch Menu

 

PRIMARY YEARBOOK NEWS

Yearbook picture submissions

Parent picture submissions are very important to make the yearbook successful. Thank you for your partnership!

Picture requirements:  Unfortunately, pictures downloaded from Facebook or Instagram or sent through text are not large enough to print clearly in the yearbook. Pictures must be at least 1 MB in size. Additionally, many cellphone photos are not this size. Please adjust your photo camera settings, if possible. When sending or uploading photos, please choose “send full size image.”

To submit pics:

Pictures may be submitted by email to wyoprimyearbook@gmail.com.  Please include the school name and a description of the content of the photo. The photo cannot be used without this information.

Let’s keep publishing primary yearbooks!

The current yearbook coordinators are looking for volunteers to take over the task starting with the 2020-21 school year. One coordinator is needed for each primary building to help coordinate parent volunteers to take pictures during certain events, review class lists, and confirm student portraits are in the correct folders prior to yearbook placement. Estimated time commitment is about 10 hours September- March.

There is also a need for 5-6 people to assist digitally building the yearbook. Estimated time commitment is about 5-10 hours in March.

We are currently in need volunteers to take photos for parties. These would need to be yearbook photo volunteers who are not planning to serve as classroom party volunteers in any other capacity. Training is offered for all positions. Please send an email to wyoprimyearbook@gmail.com if you are interested!

 

This weekend, the Wyoming Middle School Drama Program is proud to present:

Joseph

Go, Go. Go, Joseph! Join us on an amazing and heartfelt tale of betrayal, wonder and amazement as we watch the rags-to-riches story of a young preferred son and a prophetic dreamer named Joseph, his eleven jealous brothers, a Pharaoh who bears a strong resemblance to Elvis, and an infamous splendid coat of many colors. One of the most enduring shows of all time, JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT is an energetic musical appropriate for audiences of all ages!

Show times: 7 p.m. Friday, March 6,  and Saturday, March 7, and 2 p.m. Sunday, March 8, at Wyoming High School’s Pendery Center for the Arts

Tickets: $10 for Adults and $5 Students/Staff

Tickets can be purchased online at https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/36492 or at the door immediately before each performance.

JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT is presented by arrangement with The Musical Company, a Concord Theatricals Company.

 

Come see the 2020 Wyoming High School and Middle School Winterguard teams perform on Sunday, March 15!

 The Wyoming Middle School team will perform “Pure Imagination” and the Wyoming High School team will perform “Dia De Los Muertose” at 7:45 p.m. Sunday, March 15, at Wyoming Middle School. Come see what all the excitement is about!

 

 Support Organization News

A Message from the Parent School Association:

Hello Cowboys! Believe it or not, it’s already time to start thinking about recruiting volunteers for PSA for the 2020-2021 school year! PSA could not accomplish all the great work that it does without parents and caregivers like you who are willing to give their time. Please consider completing the below volunteer interest form: https://wyomingpsa.wordpress.com/2020-2021-psa-volunteer-form/

If you have any questions about PSA for the 2020-2021 school year, please contact Wyoming PSA President-Elect Raquel Bevington at wpsa.president.elect@gmail.com

 

Community Group & Event Information

From the City of Wyoming:

Everyone is invited to our 2nd Annual Wyoming Cultural Collaborative Fair!

Cultural Collaborative Fair

A message from Wyoming Kindervelt #8:

Kindervelt Bingo

 

Local author and writing workshop on March 21

Mindee Arnett, the author of the young adult fantasy series Onyx & Ivory, the critically-acclaimed sci-fi thriller Avalon and the contemporary fantasy series Arkwell Academy, is coming to Book Blvd on 2-5 p.m. Saturday, March 21. The event will include a 2-hour workshop with the author. Though there is a cost associated with the workshop, the author meet & greet is free. For more information or to register, visit www.joinbookblvd.com/event.

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Primary News 2/29/2020

Zero Waste Lunch Results

Here are the Zero Waste Lunch (ZWL) numbers you’ve been waiting for! On Thursday, our students sent 13% less lunch trash to landfill (7 pounds) than they did on a day when they didn’t think as much about what they throw away!!! They also did a good job dumping liquids out before recycling! Good work! We’d like your help in keeping our students thinking about what they throw out, what they recycle and what they compost! Every bit helps. Our last ZWL of the year will be on April 16th in celebration of Earth Day. Let’s set a record! Thank you for all of your efforts to make Wyoming Schools greener!

A message for Parents and Guardians of 4th Grade Students

Wyoming fourth grade students annually participate in the TerraNova Standardized Achievement Assessment. This nationally normed assessment is used for gifted identification purposes. In order to help your child put testing in perspective, remind him/her that this “yearly check-up” highlights his/her overall strengths. The Wyoming Primary staff wants every student to perform at his/her highest level.

Testing Dates: Wednesday, March 4 and Thursday, March 5

Parents, please help your child by doing the following:

  • Make sure your child gets plenty of sleep.
  • Be certain your child eats a healthy, well-balanced breakfast.
  • Have your child to school by 8:30 a.m.
  • Please try to avoid scheduling appointments for your child on testing days between 8:30 a.m. and noon.
  • Contact your child’s teacher as soon as possible if you know about an absence ahead of time.

If you have questions about testing, please contact your child’s teacher. We thank you for your continued support and partnership as we work together to maximize learning for your child.
Sincerely,

Mrs. LaDora Hill

Principal

 

Mr. Jeff Hicks

Assistant Principal

 

Dr. Tracy Quattrone

Director of Pupil Services

 

Do you or someone you know have a child entering kindergarten in the fall? 

If so, please visit the Wyoming City Schools Kindergarten Registration web page to learn about the new process, a pre-registration survey and important dates: Kindergarten Registration webpage.

 

PRIMARY LUNCH MENU

Week of March 2 (blue)

  • Monday – Papa John’s Pizza
  • Tuesday – Taco Tuesday
  • Wednesday – Cheeseburger Spuds
  • Thursday – Toasted Cheese with Tomato Soup
  • Friday – “Chicken Little Friday”

Menu Attached: Primary 2019-2020 Lunch Menu

 

PRIMARY YEARBOOK NEWS

Yearbook picture submissions

Parent picture submissions are very important to make the yearbook successful. Thank you for your partnership!

Picture requirements:  Unfortunately, pictures downloaded from Facebook or Instagram or sent through text are not large enough to print clearly in the yearbook. Pictures must be at least 1 MB in size. Additionally, many cellphone photos are not this size. Please adjust your photo camera settings, if possible. When sending or uploading photos, please choose “send full size image.”

To submit pics:

Pictures may be submitted by email to wyoprimyearbook@gmail.com.  Please include the school name and a description of the content of the photo. The photo cannot be used without this information.

Let’s keep publishing primary yearbooks!

The current yearbook coordinators are looking for volunteers to take over the task starting with the 2020-21 school year. One coordinator is needed for each primary building to help coordinate parent volunteers to take pictures during certain events, review class lists, and confirm student portraits are in the correct folders prior to yearbook placement. Estimated time commitment is about 10 hours September- March.

There is also a need for 5-6 people to assist digitally building the yearbook. Estimated time commitment is about 5-10 hours in March.

We are currently in need volunteers to take photos for parties. These would need to be yearbook photo volunteers who are not planning to serve as classroom party volunteers in any other capacity. Training is offered for all positions. Please send an email to wyoprimyearbook@gmail.com if you are interested!

 

Tonight and tomorrow, Wyoming Theatre Arts presents: THE ADDAMS FAMILY

The Addams Family

You don’t want to miss this fun Wyoming High School student production! Remaining show times are 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 29, and 2 p.m. Sunday, March 1 at Wyoming High School’s Pendery Center for the Arts. Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for staff and seniors, and $5 for students. Tickets are available at showtix4u.com or can be reserved by calling the box office at 513-206-7049. Tickets will also be available at the door on performance days.

 

Next weekend, the Wyoming Middle School Drama Program is proud to present:

Joseph

Go, Go. Go, Joseph! Join us on an amazing and heartfelt tale of betrayal, wonder and amazement as we watch the rags-to-riches story of a young preferred son and a prophetic dreamer named Joseph, his eleven jealous brothers, a Pharaoh who bears a strong resemblance to Elvis, and an infamous splendid coat of many colors. One of the most enduring shows of all time, JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT is an energetic musical appropriate for audiences of all ages!

Show times: 7 p.m. Friday, March 6,  and Saturday, March 7, and 2 p.m. Sunday, March 8, at Wyoming High School’s Pendery Center for the Arts

Tickets: $10 for Adults and $5 Students/Staff

Tickets can be purchased online at https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/36492 and at Wyoming Middle School before school and at lunch on Wednesday, March 4, and Thursday, March 5, or at the door immediately before each performance.

JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT is presented by arrangement with The Musical Company, a Concord Theatricals Company.

 

Come see the 2020 Wyoming High School and Middle School Winterguard teams perform on Sunday, March 15!

The Wyoming Middle School team will perform “Pure Imagination” and the Wyoming High School team will perform “Dia De Los Muertose” at 8 p.m. Sunday, March 15, at Wyoming Middle School. Come see what all the excitement is about!

 

Supporting Organization News

A Message from the Parent School Association

Hello Cowboys! Believe it or not, it’s already time to start thinking about recruiting volunteers for PSA for the 2020-2021 school year! PSA could not accomplish all the great work that it does without parents and caregivers like you who are willing to give their time. Please consider completing the below volunteer interest form: https://wyomingpsa.wordpress.com/2020-2021-psa-volunteer-form/

If you have any questions about PSA for the 2020-2021 school year, please contact Wyoming PSA President-Elect Raquel Bevington at wpsa.president.elect@gmail.com

 

Community Group & Event Information

 

A couple messages from the City of Wyoming:

Everyone is invited to our 2nd Annual Wyoming Cultural Collaborative Fair!

Cultural Collaborative Fair

The NEW Wyoming Youth Football League is forming!

This opportunity is for any Wyoming student in Grades 3-6

Sign up on April 4th at the Wyoming Rec Center

For more information, visit:

http://bit.ly/WYFALetter

http://bit.ly/WyomingYouthFBRegistration

 

A message from Wyoming Kindervelt #8:

St. Pat's Bingo

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Primary News 2/22/2020

Dear Wyoming Primary Parents and Guardians,

We’d like to invite your children to celebrate the annual Youth Art Week with us at Elm, Hilltop, and Vermont Primary Schools! Youth Art Week will be held the week of March 2-6. We are using this week to celebrate and promote visual arts education in our schools! A few simple events will occur each day during the week, but for Dress-Up Days we will need your help to get kids organized at home.

EVENT One:  Dress Up Days! Students and staff will be encouraged to dress according to the following dress codes:

Monday 3/2: Perfect Primaries (redblueyellow)

Tuesday 3/3: Secondary Extraordinary (violetorangegreen)

Wednesday 3/4: Mono-Chrome (any one color in varying shades)

Thursday 3/5: Patterns, Patterns Everywhere! (Mix-up plaid, stripes, polka dots, etc.)

Friday 3/6: Wild Wyoming Spirit (Wyoming Blue!!!!)

EVENT Two:  Mini-Museum/Art History Fun Facts

A mini-museum will be organized at each building displaying artwork related to the theme. This year’s theme is all about COLOR!

EVENT Three:  Art Installation

Each student will participate in creating a school-wide artwork that will be displayed together as a group.  There will be art installations on display at each building.

We would like to say thank you for all the many years of support you’ve given the visual arts program here in the primary division. This is one more way students can show how they are ART SMART!

Sincerely,

Your Primary Art Teachers

Holly Benjamin

Mollie Williams

 

KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION INFO
Do you or someone you know have a child entering kindergarten in the fall? Please visit the Kindergarten Registration webpage to learn about the new process, including a pre-registration survey: https://www.wyomingcityschools.org/3/Content2/156
Important dates can be found on the Kindergarten Registration webpage, too.

PRIMARY LUNCH MENU

Week of February 24 (red)

  • Monday – Papa John’s Pizza
  • Tuesday – Brunch for Lunch*
  • Wednesday – “Taste of Cincinnati”
  • Thursday – Cheezy Bread with Marinara Sauce
  • Friday – “Chicken Little Friday”

Menu Attached: Primary 2019-2020 Lunch Menu

 

PRIMARY YEARBOOK NEWS

Yearbook picture submissions

Parent picture submissions are very important to make the yearbook successful. Thank you for your partnership!

Picture requirements:  Unfortunately, pictures downloaded from Facebook or Instagram or sent through text are not large enough to print clearly in the yearbook. Pictures must be at least 1 MB in size. Additionally, many cellphone photos are not this size. Please adjust your photo camera settings, if possible. When sending or uploading photos, please choose “send full size image.”

To submit pics:

Pictures may be submitted by email to wyoprimyearbook@gmail.com.  Please include the school name and a description of the content of the photo. The photo cannot be used without this information.

Let’s keep publishing primary yearbooks!

The current yearbook coordinators are looking for volunteers to take over the task starting with the 2020-21 school year. One coordinator is needed for each primary building to help coordinate parent volunteers to take pictures during certain events, review class lists, and confirm student portraits are in the correct folders prior to yearbook placement. Estimated time commitment is about 10 hours September- March.

There is also a need for 5-6 people to assist digitally building the yearbook. Estimated time commitment is about 5-10 hours in March.

We are currently in need volunteers to take photos for parties. These would need to be yearbook photo volunteers who are not planning to serve as classroom party volunteers in any other capacity. Training is offered for all positions. Please send an email to wyoprimyearbook@gmail.com if you are interested!

 

Supporting Organization News

 

A Message from the Parent School Association

Hello Cowboys! Believe it or not, it’s already time to start thinking about recruiting volunteers for PSA for the 2020-2021 school year! PSA could not accomplish all the great work that it does without parents and caregivers like you who are willing to give their time. Please consider completing the below volunteer interest form: https://wyomingpsa.wordpress.com/2020-2021-psa-volunteer-form/

If you have any questions about PSA for the 2020-2021 school year, please contact Wyoming PSA President-Elect Raquel Bevington at wpsa.president.elect@gmail.com

 

Community Group & Event Information

Local Book Events:

Blue Manatee Book Days

Bring your whole family of bookworms! On February 29, this month-long program of themed story times, crafts, lunch specials, and games hosted by Blue Manatee Literacy Project and Station Family + BBQ, caps off with DR. SEUSS books.

*Pre-order books from Blue Manatee Literacy Project (or buy them at Station on the event date). For each book you buy, one is donated to a disadvantaged reader in Cincinnati (how cool is THAT?!?).
**Be sure to complete the form at the link so we know who is picking up book orders the days of the events:  https://www.bluemanatee.org/stationbbq/?fbclid=IwAR3OiAOMUmRpJ3Z0d-BcAxQKf3SJOEKFXaqjBoXX_VZxbM9SnireWPcokvU

 

Book Signing by Cincinnati author Melissa W. Hunter this afternoon 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22 at Book Blvd:

What She Lost by Melissa W. Hunter retells the story of the author’s grandmother, a young Polish woman whose family was swept into the chaos of murder of the Holocaust. Part memoir, part historical fiction, it is more than a description of atrocities of that era. What She Lost is a tale of resilience, of rebuilding a life and of rediscovering love. Melissa’s articles have been published on Kveller.com and LiteraryMama.com and her short stories have appeared in the Jewish Literary Journal.

Space is limited to 25. Sign up at: www.joinbookblvd.com/events or stop by the Book Blvd, 502 Wyoming Avenue, during public house 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fridays and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays.

 

Community Event:

Mardi Gras Bunco Night: Tonight – 7-11 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, at St. James of the Valley

Join this Mardi Gras-themed Bunco Night event complete with prizes, snacks, drinks, raffles and a DJ. All neighbors, community members and new players are welcome. The evening starts with teaching participants how to play! Bring a friend! More information can be found at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mardi-gras-bunco-night-tickets-88203309473

 

A Message from the City of Wyoming:

Everyone is invited to our 2nd Annual Wyoming Cultural Collaborative Fair!

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Primary News 2/7/2020

Hello Primary Families,

With cold and flu season in full swing, it is a good time to review the Wyoming School District’s medication policy. All medications (prescription and over-the-counter) administered at school must have a written order from a physician. This includes medications such as cough drops, antacids, lip balm, and topical ointments or creams.

In addition to a written order from a physician, all medication must be in the original container in which it was dispensed by the pharmacist. Over-the-counter medication should be labeled with your child’s name on the package.

If your child needs medication during the school day, please have the physician complete the medication consent form, which can be found on the Wyoming School District’s website or may be picked up at your child’s school office. Please contact your school’s health specialist of clinic aide if you have questions or if you would like to discuss specifics about your child’s medication.

Sincerely,

Nicole Murphy, RN, BSN

District Nurse

 

PRIMARY LUNCH MENU

Week of February 10 (green)

  • Monday – Papa John’s Pizza
  • Tuesday – Brunch for Lunch
  • Wednesday – “Pasta Day”
  • Thursday – Mini Corn Dogs with Dipping Sauce
  • Friday – “Chicken Little Friday”

Menu Attached: Primary 2019-2020 Lunch Menu

PRIMARY YEARBOOK NEWS

Yearbook picture submissions

Parent picture submissions are very important to make the yearbook successful. Thank you for your partnership!

Picture requirements:  Unfortunately, pictures downloaded from Facebook or Instagram or sent through text are not large enough to print clearly in the yearbook. Pictures must be at least 1 MB in size. Additionally, many cellphone photos are not this size. Please adjust your photo camera settings, if possible. When sending or uploading photos, please choose “send full size image.”

2 ways to submit pics:

Pictures may be submitted by email to wyoprimyearbook@gmail.com.  Please include the school name and a description of the content of the photo. The photo cannot be used without this information.

Pictures may also be uploaded to Shutterfly at: https://wyomingprimaryschoolsyearbook.shutterfly.com/Please place pictures in the appropriate folder. Please include the school name and a description of the content of the photo in the comments section. The photo cannot be used without this information.

Please submit photos for the first day of school, Patriot Day, Harvest Fest and Halloween parties and photos of students in spirit at this time.

4th grade farewell picture

Parents of 4th grade students are encouraged to send in a candid, current photo of their 4th grader. This does not have to be at school. This photo can be from a vacation or fun activity, but should be a picture in which the student’s face can clearly be seen. The photo must be at least 1 MB and when submitted (through the options explained above) must be accompanied with the student name, building and homeroom teacher’s name. Fourth grade farewell photo deadline is today – 2/7/20.

Let’s keep publishing primary yearbooks!

The current yearbook coordinators are looking for volunteers to take over the task starting with the 2020-21 school year. One coordinator is needed for each primary building to help coordinate parent volunteers to take pictures during certain events, review class lists, and confirm student portraits are in the correct folders prior to yearbook placement. Estimated time commitment is about 10 hours September- March.

There is also a need for 5-6 people to assist digitally building the yearbook. Estimated time commitment is about 5-10 hours in March.

We are currently in need volunteers to take photos for parties. These would need to be yearbook photo volunteers who are not planning to serve as classroom party volunteers in any other capacity. Training is offered for all positions. Please send an email to wyoprimyearbook@gmail.com if you are interested!

Supporting Organization News

A Message from the Parent School Association

Hello Cowboys! Believe it or not, it’s already time to start thinking about recruiting volunteers for PSA for the 2020-2021 school year! PSA could not accomplish all the great work that it does without parents and caregivers like you who are willing to give their time. Please consider completing the below volunteer interest form: https://wyomingpsa.wordpress.com/2020-2021-psa-volunteer-form/

If you have any questions about PSA for the 2020-2021 school year, please contact Wyoming PSA President-Elect Raquel Bevington at wpsa.president.elect@gmail.com

 

Community Group & Event Information

A Message from Troop 42844:

Parents’ Night Out/Tween Hang Out sponsored by Girl Scouts
A child sitting and tween entertainment event for grades PreK-8th
Date/Time: Friday, February 14, 6:00-10:00 p.m.
Location: Ascension & Holy Trinity Church, 334 Burns Ave.
Cost: $30 ($20/each additional sibling); food/drinks will be available for an additional charge.

Registration link:  https://cdn.jotfor.ms/cindypeebles/FebruaryPNOTHO

Tween Hang Out: Middleschoolers will enjoy a DJ, dancing and karaoke. Their entertainment space will include several sitting suites/stations to watch movies, play video or board games, do arts and crafts, play corn hole, and more.

The Parents’ Night Out child room, in its own space nearby, will be fashioned as a typical childcare facility with toys, games, movies and other fun, age appropriate activities. There’s also a place for them to snuggle down should they get sleepy.

This event is perfect for parents headed out (or staying in) for a Valentine’s Date Night.   Register in advance!

For more information:  Contact Cindy Peebles at Troop42844@yahoo.com or 704-840-9174

 

Local Book Events:

Blue Manatee Book Days

Bring your whole family of bookworms! We’ve got an entire month of themed story times, crafts, lunch specials, and games when Blue Manatee Literacy Project comes to Station.

February 8th: FOOD-themed books
February 15th: WHO WAS? books
February 22nd: LLAMA LLAMA  books
February 29th: DR. SEUSS books

*Pre-order books from Blue Manatee Literacy Project (or buy them at Station on the event days). For each book you buy, one is donated to a disadvantaged reader in Cincinnati (how cool is THAT?!?).
**Be sure to complete the form at the link so we know who is picking up book orders the days of the events:  https://www.bluemanatee.org/stationbbq/?fbclid=IwAR3OiAOMUmRpJ3Z0d-BcAxQKf3SJOEKFXaqjBoXX_VZxbM9SnireWPcokvU

 

Book Signing by Cincinnati author Melissa W. Hunter

What She Lost by Melissa W. Hunter retells the story of the author’s grandmother, a young Polish woman whose family was swept into the chaos of murder of the Holocaust. Part memoir, part historical fiction, it is more than a description of atrocities of that era. What She Lost is a tale of resilience, of rebuilding a life and of rediscovering love. Melissa’s articles have been published on Kveller.com and LiteraryMama.com and her short stories have appeared in the Jewish Literary Journal.

Space is limited to 25. Sign up at: www.joinbookblvd.com/events or stop by the Book Blvd, 502 Wyoming Avenue, during public house 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fridays and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays.

 

A Message from the City of Wyoming:

Everyone is invited to our 2nd Annual Wyoming Cultural Collaborative Fair!

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Primary News 1/31/2020

Hello Primary Families,

Each year, we host the Intra-District Primary Schools Open Enrollment Meeting to inform parents and guardians about the option to request that their child attend a different Wyoming Primary School for the following school year. Please check your student’s backpack; more information about the meeting was sent home with your student today.

This year’s Intra-District Primary Schools Open Enrollment Meeting will take place on Wednesday, February 12, at Hilltop School.

  • Parents and guardians of current first, second and third grade students interested in changing schools are invited to attend 6:30-7 p.m.
  • Parents and guardians of current kindergarten students interested in their child attending a school different than their anticipated first grade placement are invited to attend 7-7:30 p.m. If your child is currently enrolled in kindergarten, your child’s anticipated building placement for first grade is included with the intra-district letter in your student’s backpack.

An attendance form was included with the Intra-District Open Enrollment letter in your child’s backpack today. If you plan to attend the meeting, please complete the form and return it to your child’s teacher by Monday, Feb. 10.

Thank you,

LaDora Hill

Principal

 

COFFEE WITH THE PRIMARY PRINCIPALS: Next Steps with Canvas

The next Coffee with the Primary Principals event will take place at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 4, at Elm School. We’ll be talking about Canvas and how it can be a great tool for teachers and parents at the primary schools. Hope to see you there!

 

PRIMARY LUNCH MENU

Week of February 3 (blue)

  • Monday – Papa John’s Pizza
  • Tuesday – “Taco Tuesday”
  • Wednesday – Cheeseburger Spuds
  • Thursday – Toasted Cheese and Tomato Soup
  • Friday – “Chicken Little Friday”

Menu Attached: Primary 2019-2020 Lunch Menu

PRIMARY YEARBOOK NEWS

Yearbook picture submissions

Parent picture submissions are very important to make the yearbook successful. Thank you for your partnership!

Picture requirements:  Unfortunately, pictures downloaded from Facebook or Instagram or sent through text are not large enough to print clearly in the yearbook. Pictures must be at least 1 MB in size. Additionally, many cellphone photos are not this size. Please adjust your photo camera settings, if possible. When sending or uploading photos, please choose “send full size image.”

2 ways to submit pics:

Pictures may be submitted by email to wyoprimyearbook@gmail.com.  Please include the school name and a description of the content of the photo. The photo cannot be used without this information.

Pictures may also be uploaded to Shutterfly at: https://wyomingprimaryschoolsyearbook.shutterfly.com/Please place pictures in the appropriate folder. Please include the school name and a description of the content of the photo in the comments section. The photo cannot be used without this information.

Please submit photos for the first day of school, Patriot Day, Harvest Fest and Halloween parties and photos of students in spirit at this time.

4th grade farewell picture

Parents of 4th grade students are encouraged to send in a candid, current photo of their 4th grader. This does not have to be at school. This photo can be from a vacation or fun activity, but should be a picture in which the student’s face can clearly be seen. The photo must be at least 1 MB and when submitted (through the options explained above) must be accompanied with the student name, building and homeroom teacher’s name. Fourth grade farewell photo deadline has been extended to 2/7/20.

Let’s keep publishing primary yearbooks!

The current yearbook coordinators are looking for volunteers to take over the task starting with the 2020-21 school year. One coordinator is needed for each primary building to help coordinate parent volunteers to take pictures during certain events, review class lists, and confirm student portraits are in the correct folders prior to yearbook placement. Estimated time commitment is about 10 hours September- March.

There is also a need for 5-6 people to assist digitally building the yearbook. Estimated time commitment is about 5-10 hours in March.

We are currently in need volunteers to take photos for parties. These would need to be yearbook photo volunteers who are not planning to serve as classroom party volunteers in any other capacity. Training is offered for all positions. Please send an email to wyoprimyearbook@gmail.com if you are interested!

Supporting Organization News

A Message from the Wyoming School Foundation:

The Wyoming School Foundation’s largest fundraising event is almost here.

Blue, White & Brew brings the community together for a casual night

filled with friends and fun as we support Wyoming Schools.

Join us on Saturday, Feb. 1 at MadTree Brewing.

BW&B

The Online Auction is Open!

Everyone can bid.

You do not need to attend the Blue, White & Brew event to bid!

New items will continue to be added throughout the week, so check back often!

View, Register and Bid on the Online Auction

To bid on auction items, you must first REGISTER FOR EVENT using the Online Auction link. For added convenience you will be able to participate in the silent auction with your tablet or computer as well as your mobile phone via the website. Once registered, you may bid on items and you will also receive updates on the items you are bidding.

The online auction will close on February 1, 2020 at 8:30pm

during the Blue, White & Brew event. Winners are notified

via their registered cell phone number.

Please note: Anyone can bid after registering. You will only be charged if you bid on an item and win. Items are available for pick-up either at the event or at the Foundation office after the event. If you are out of town and must have your item shipped, a shipping charge will be added.

 

A Message from the Parent School Association

Hello Cowboys! Believe it or not, it’s already time to start thinking about recruiting volunteers for PSA for the 2020-2021 school year! PSA could not accomplish all the great work that it does without parents and caregivers like you who are willing to give their time. Please consider completing the below volunteer interest form: https://wyomingpsa.wordpress.com/2020-2021-psa-volunteer-form/

If you have any questions about PSA for the 2020-2021 school year, please contact Wyoming PSA President-Elect Raquel Bevington at wpsa.president.elect@gmail.com

 

Community Group Information

A Message from the City of Wyoming:

Everyone is invited to our 2nd Annual Wyoming Cultural Collaborative Fair!

Cultural Collaborative Fair

 

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Primary News 1/23/2020

PRIMARY LUNCH MENU

Week of January 27 (red)

  • Monday – Papa John’s Pizza
  • Tuesday – Brunch for Lunch
  • Wednesday – “Taste of Cincinnati” Cheese Coney with Cincinnati chili
  • Thursday – Cheezy Bread with Marinara Sauce
  • Friday – “Chicken Little Friday”

Menu Attached: Primary 2019-2020 Lunch Menu

 

PRIMARY YEARBOOK NEWS

Yearbook picture submissions

Parent picture submissions are very important to make the yearbook successful. Thank you for your partnership!

 Picture requirements:  Unfortunately, pictures downloaded from Facebook or Instagram or sent through text are not large enough to print clearly in the yearbook. Pictures must be at least 1 MB in size. Additionally, many cellphone photos are not this size. Please adjust your photo camera settings, if possible. When sending or uploading photos, please choose “send full size image”.

 2 ways to submit pics:

Pictures may be submitted by email to wyoprimyearbook@gmail.com.  Please include the school name and a description of the content of the photo. The photo cannot be used without this information.

Pictures may also be uploaded to Shutterfly at: https://wyomingprimaryschoolsyearbook.shutterfly.com/Please place pictures in the appropriate folder. Please include the school name and a description of the content of the photo in the comments section. The photo cannot be used without this information.

Please submit photos for the first day of school, Patriot Day, Harvest Fest and Halloween parties and photos of students in spirit at this time.

4th grade farewell picture

Parents of 4th grade students are encouraged to send in a candid, current photo of their 4th grader. This does not have to be at school. This photo can be from a vacation or fun activity, but should be a picture in which the student’s face can clearly be seen. The photo must be at least 1 MB and when submitted (through the options explained above) must be accompanied with the student name, building and homeroom teacher’s name. Fourth grade farewell photos can be submitted until 1/31/20.

Let’s keep publishing primary yearbooks!

The current yearbook coordinators are looking for volunteers to take over the task starting with the 2020-21 school year. One coordinator is needed for each primary building to help coordinate parent volunteers to take pictures during certain events, review class lists, and confirm student portraits are in the correct folders prior to yearbook placement. Estimated time commitment is about 10 hours September- March.

There is also a need for 5-6 people to assist digitally building the yearbook. Estimated time commitment is about 5-10 hours in March.

We are currently in need volunteers to take photos for parties. These would need to be yearbook photo volunteers who are not planning to serve as classroom party volunteers in any other capacity. Training is offered for all positions. Please send an email to wyoprimyearbook@gmail.com if you are interested!

 

WYOMING COWBOYS YOUTH CHEER CLINIC

Wyoming will host a Cheer Clinic – Saturday, January 25
Please click on the link below for all the information. Registration has been extended and Walk-ins will be accepted. *Anyone who registers after 1/20 will not receive a t-shirt until after the event*

Cheer Clinic Flyer – 2020

https://www.wyomingathleticcamps.com/cheer.cfm

 

Call to Action from the Wyoming City Schools Board of Education

The Wyoming City Schools Board of Education is asking all residents to consider reaching out to state legislatures prior to February 1 regarding the expansion of the state’s EdChoice voucher program and the continued draining of scarce resources from public schools to private schools. To learn more, please visit: https://www.wyomingcityschools.org/about-us/board-of-education/state-of-ohio-edchoice-voucher-program/

 

Supporting Organization News

 

A Message from the Wyoming School Foundation:

BW&B

This year’s Blue, White & Brew event is Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020 at MadTree Brewing. If you don’t want to wait for the postal service, you can go online now to learn more about the event and to purchase tickets: www.wyomingschoolfoundation.org/event/BWB2020  RSVP deadline is Jan. 24.

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS…

  • LOCATION – Come to MadTree Brewing in Oakley. We’ll be in the Barrel Room.
  • FUN THINGS TO BUY – Check out our expanded Silent Auction.
  • SHOPPING SPREE RAFFLE – Take a chance (or 3) to win a $500 Visa Gift Card. Tickets are $25 for 3 chances to win.
  • WYOMING CHAMPIONS CENTER – Step up to support a new athletic facility at Wyoming High School during our Fund-A-Need segment*

Can’t attend the event this year? 

Browse our Silent Auction and bid online! The link to our online bidding site will go live on January 27, 2020 and can be accessed at View BWB Auction. Winners need not be present to win.

Thank you for supporting the Wyoming School Foundation. We hope to see you at Blue White & Brew!

Laura Bence and Caroline Bohme Hagenauer

Blue White & Brew 2020 Co-Chairs

*The Fund-A-Need is a special appeal during the program. This is your chance to give a “gift from the heart.” Fund-A-Need offers our guests the opportunity to work together to raise funds for the new Champions Center indoor athletic facility. Contributions are 100% tax-deductible. 

Quick Links:

Event Information

Buy BWB Tickets

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A Message from the Parent School Association

Hello Cowboys! Believe it or not, it’s already time to start thinking about recruiting volunteers for PSA for the 2020-2021 school year! PSA could not accomplish all the great work that it does without parents and caregivers like you who are willing to give their time. Please consider completing the below volunteer interest form: https://wyomingpsa.wordpress.com/2020-2021-psa-volunteer-form/

If you have any questions about PSA for the 2020-2021 school year, please contact Wyoming PSA President-Elect Raquel Bevington at wpsa.president.elect@gmail.com

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