• Alert:
    • The Wyoming City Schools Central Office, 420 Springfield Pike, is open 8 a.m.-4 p.m. on business days. COVID-19 mitigation actions are in place, including the use of masks by employees in common areas, an employee check-in process, social distancing floor markings, additional hand sanitizer stations, and more. Visitors must wear masks when entering the Wyoming City Schools Central Office. 
    • Our school buildings are open by appointment only through the month of July. If you are in need of an appointment, please contact the building principal or assistant principal through email. Email addresses are available on the Staff Directory. School buildings are scheduled to open for regular office hours on Monday, August 3.
    • Unlike the past few years, the printed District Calendar will not be mailed to all Wyoming residences before the 4th of July this year. The Online District Calendar, viewable on the homepage of www.wyomingcityschools.org, will be updated with event information as soon as it is available.
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Summer Educational Resources for K-6 Summer 2020 Resources logo

Wyoming teachers have gathered and curated educational resources to support continued exploration and the extension of learning through the summer. These options in the areas of Reading & Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, STEAM, and Beyond-the-Screen are recommended for kindergarten through sixth grade students. We look forward to the day when we can reopen our doors and welcome our students back into their school buildings!

Temporary tech support option for staff Tech support logo

As we continue our transition to Google, we are moving from Microsoft Outlook to Gmail and Google Calendar during the week of July 6. 

Email and calendars are expected to be down from Monday, July 6, through Thursday, July 9. Microsoft Outlook will be deactivated during this time and all email and calendar events are expected to be available through Gmail and Google Calendar upon logging in to Google on Friday, July 10. 

Student Engagement Opportunity & Additional Summer Resources A message from the superintendent

Dear Wyoming City Schools Families and Staff,  

As we continue to engage in conversations regarding equity, inclusion, and anti-racism, this message shares our next action steps to continue this work during the summer and heading into the school year.  

Understanding the experiences of our students and providing space for them to have a voice is critical to knowing our strengths and weaknesses as we continue to work to build a culture of belonging for all.

2020 National Honor Society Induction Video 2020 NHS Induction

The Wyoming High School National Honor Society Induction Ceremony was originally scheduled for May. Due to the closure of schools to students during the second semester of the 2019-2020 school year, it was not possible to host the event in our high school. Please enjoy the 2020 Wyoming High School National Honor Society Virtual Induction Ceremony video:

Passion Projects: WHS students dive into the subject of their choice Passion Projects

During the 2019-2020 school year, these students were challenged in the Honors American Government and Economic Liberty and Security class to take a deep dive on a subject of their choice. We celebrate and share their discoveries.

Actions & Resources A message from the superintendent

Dear Wyoming City Schools Families and Staff,  

Wyoming City Schools is committed to creating a school culture that fosters a sense of belonging among all students, staff, and families. As the violence against Black Americans continues and protests take place across the globe calling for an end to racial injustice, we are intentionally focusing on the need to support our Black students, staff, and families. We are committed to identifying and addressing racial injustice in our schools. Additionally, we value our role in educating our community and we will work to support the critical conversations that must take place.

During the 2020-2021 school year, we will:

  • Investigate our student data in special education, gifted education, discipline, and other areas.
  • Critically evaluate our curriculum to ensure it represents all students.
  • Examine our hiring practices with the goal of diversifying our staff.
  • Provide opportunities for our students and alumni of color, their families, and community members to share their experiences and thoughts.
  • Engage all staff in discussions regarding bias and racism.
Silence Is Not An Option A message from the superintendent

Dear Wyoming City Schools Families and Staff,

I struggle to find the right way to begin but silence is not an option.  We mourn the needless deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery.  People are hurting, angry, sad, and fearful across the nation and in Wyoming, too. We are not certain about what comes next, but I can say that we stand together. This week, I’ve been reminded of the importance of the four core principles that writer and teacher Clint Smith shares with his students at the beginning of each school year:

Wyoming High School 2020 Honors & Awards Program Honors art

Please enjoy this year's Wyoming High School Honors & Awards Program Video. This annual event was originally scheduled to take place on the evening of Wednesday, May 20.

Wyoming celebrates teachers and Class of 2020 Drone footage: Parade

On Friday, May 12, the clouds cleared and 82 cars carrying Wyoming City Schools staff members traveled 17.5 miles throughout the City of Wyoming in a route that was planned to pass as close as possible to the homes of each member of the Class of 2020.