Principal's Message

WHS Weekly

Good Afternoon Wyoming,Woods and Hauer

We are 5 days away from the end of the 3rd quarter. It is hard to believe that we are so close to the end of the year. Next week will be our final push to finish the quarter strong. Shout out to Quad Hauer and Andre Woods on being exceptional leaders. These two young men spent time with me today at the middle school sharing their journey as high school students. I was overwhelmed by how great of a job they did. These leaders lead!

Over the last two weeks, we’ve had 12 COVID cases identified among students or staff members of Wyoming High School. We will continue to monitor this situation and we are asking you to please monitor your child for symptoms of COVID-19 in case they may have had unknown exposure to a positive individual.

During the pandemic, here are the steps we need you to take to protect our community:

  • Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines.
  • Monitor your children for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever, shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion, or runny nose.
  • If they develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19, please keep them at home, get tested, and consult with your physician regarding next steps.
  • Notify school administration if your child tests positive for COVID-19. 
  • Consider wearing a face covering.

When a student or staff member tests positive for COVID-19:

The health and well-being of the students and staff of Wyoming High School continues to be our top priority.

Be safe and have a great weekend,

James Stallings



Our topic for this semester’s Parent Partnership Series is Drug Abuse Prevention. At 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 15, join us at Wyoming Middle School to learn about:

  • The drug abuse prevention curriculum at each building level of Wyoming City Schools
  • What parents can do outside of school to promote drug abuse prevention

At our March Parent Partnership Series Event, speakers will include health teachers, police representatives, and school administrators. We hope you can join us but in case that is not possible, click below to see Ohio’s Health Education Curriculum Requirements for:

Please click this link to RSVP so we can plan to use a space at the middle school appropriate to the number of attendees:

The WCS Parent Partnership Series offers opportunities for parents to gather and learn from experts and other Wyoming parents on important topics. These events are for parents of students in all grade levels. After the opening presentation, there will be an opportunity for parents to gather in small groups based on their child’s age/school level for further discussion and learning.

Parent Partnership Series topics are chosen based on what we hear from our students and feedback received during our focus groups, CommUNITY Conversations, Parent Advisory Committee meetings, and conversations with our Parent School Association.

Come partner with us and other Wyoming parents as we work together to grow and celebrate every Wyoming student.



College Visits: As a reminder, juniors and seniors receive 3 excused absences per year to spend time on college campuses as part of the college search and selection process.  In order for that absence to be excused, a COLLEGE VISIT FORM must be submitted to the Ms. Johnson, Attendance Administrative Assistant, at least three days prior to the college visit.  In addition to being linked HERE, these forms are on the Counseling Canvas page and the Wyoming City Schools website under College Counseling. Additionally, hard copies are available in the Counseling Office.

On Monday, March 20th, 6-8 p.m., a college fair will be held at St. Xavier High School (600 West North Bend Road) in the Ellis Gym.ALL WHS families, grades 9-11,  families are encouraged to attend.  The list of colleges represented at the fair is linked HERE.

As you begin to think about summer plans, be sure to check out the ENRICHMENT EXPERIENCES module of our Counseling Canvas page. Many different types of experiences from camps to pre-college programs are listed.

The March 10th Weekly College Application Update for Seniors is linked HERE.

WHS Revised Schedule: April 11, 12 & 17-20: During our state-mandated End-of-Course Exam Window, we will run a modified schedule on the six testing days. This translates to late arrival for all students who are not taking a test on a given day or participating in AP review sessions. First bell will begin for all non-testing students at 10:05 a.m. on April 11, 12 & 17-20.

End of Course Subject Areas Test Schedule:

April 11: 10th Grade English/Language Arts 2 Part 1

April 12: 10th Grade English/Language Arts 2 Part 2

April 17: 9th & 10th Grade Biology

April 18: 10th Grade American Government & Economic Liberties (AGELS) & 11th

Grade US History

April 19: 9th & 10th Grade Algebra & Geometry Part 1

April 20: 9th & 10th Grade Algebra & Geometry Part 2

For additional information, click here to see the Spring End of Course Schedule.

High School volunteers are needed to assist with proctoring AP exams in May. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Nikki Bunton at by March 24th. 

March Counselor Corner: Be sure to check out our monthly newsletter for all that’s happening in the Counseling Department. Our word of the month is Experience. March is the start of spring and the excitement of the season change brings many opportunities for new experiences! Whether it’s a new food, a new hobby, or a new podcast, try something new this month!


A-L Sami Rutowski

M-Z Effie Jansing-Jata

Final Senior Seal Meetings: School Counselors will meet with all seniors on Tuesday, March 21st, for a final check of the graduation seals students have earned and/or plan to earn. This meeting will also include a post-high school plan check with our College/Career Counselors. Please review the seal requirements HERE.

Wyoming High School Scheduling update: Student Schedule Requests have been emailed home. Please look through your student’s request to ensure accuracy. There will be a form for students to fill out if there are any changes they need to make to their requests. Changes must be made by May 1.

Seniors who requested Late Arrival or Early Release (Senior Privilege) will need to attend a Flex Presentation on Wednesday, March 15th. This meeting will go over guidelines that all students must follow in order to maintain their Senior Privilege. 

Students interested in Credit Flex: Please be sure you review the linked presentation, and complete Step 1. Online Course Applications will be approved by May 1, 2023. 

Students interested in CCP: Please be sure you review the linked presentation, complete Step 1, and begin to review the materials in Step 2. Schedule a meeting with your school counselor after you have completed these 2 steps. 


Click here for more news from around Wyoming City Schools including:

  • Wyoming School Foundation Blue, White & Bloom Event this weekend!
  • City of Wyoming Summer Employment Opportunity for students
  • JWC's Shamrock Shakedown


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