WMS NEWS

WMS PARENTS – WE NEED YOU!!!
We love our staff at WMS! To show our appreciation last year, we raised enough money to cater a big taco lunch “fiesta.” Something as simple as this made a huge impact. The staff was incredibly appreciative and are still talking about it! Many of them have asked if it’s happening again 🙂 Let’s do it! Feel no obligation, but if you are looking for a way to love on our staff, we would love to raise enough money to surprise them with another fiesta. The event will be Thursday, May 9.
If you would like to pitch in, send cash or a check (made out to Wyoming Middle School) in an envelope marked FIESTA to the WMS office by May 3rd. You can also contribute to a PayPal Account created just for this below.
Thank you!

http://paypal.me/WMSstafffiesta

CAPS FOR THE CURE – THURSDAY, APRIL 18
Student Council will be putting on our annual Caps for the Cure Fundraiser. We ask that students bring in a dollar donation. Give the donation to their homeroom teacher – Thursday, April 18. In exchange for the donation, students will be allowed to wear a hat, showing their support.
ZERO WASTE LUNCH – THURSDAY, APRIL 18
The next Zero Waste Lunch is coming up on Thursday, April 18!
The Wyoming Primary School Zero Waste Lunch Program helped reduce our lunch waste substantially last year. This year Wyoming Middle School is joining the challenge. Studies show that regular waste-free lunch challenges change behavior throughout the year and this has proved true in Wyoming! Students think more about eating all of their food or taking home leftovers to eat later; and parents and students pack lunches in reusable (rather than disposable) packaging more often.
What can you do to help your child prepare for a Zero Waste Lunch? Encourage your child to remember the four R’s of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Rot.
It is easier for your student to control how much waste they produce if they pack lunch:
Reduce: They can reduce food and packaging waste by only packing the foods they will actually eat in amounts they can finish. Lunch time is limited! Pack fresh food (rather than prepackaged items).
Reuse: Pack lunch in reusable containers instead of plastic baggies; use a lunchbox instead of a brown bag. Choose a reusable bottle for drinks. Pack utensils and a cloth napkin from home instead of disposables.
Recycle: If the food item must be sent in packaging, please try to make sure it is recyclable.
Rot: We compost at each of our primary schools. There is a container that students can put unfinished fruit and clean (no dressing) veggies in. Kids can send their organic waste back to the earth through composting.
Your child can incorporate the four R’s when buying lunch at school: remind them to select foods they will eat and food with minimal packaging; recycle water bottles, juice and milk cartons (after pouring out leftover liquids); and compost organic scraps!
The kids are always up for the challenge of setting a new record for reduced lunch waste. If you can, please help them pack their lunch on Thursday, April 18, in reusable containers. Ask your kids what they will actually eat in their lunch—and remind them to eat it all or bring home leftovers! (And please try to integrate these habits every day!)
Wyoming students are blazing the trails in learning, improving, and creating greener habits!
Thank You For Your Help!
Wyoming City Schools and the PSA Green Team

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MAIN EVENT

This Thursday evening from 5-10pm is Wyoming PSA’s Middle School Spring Fever Night at Main Event!! Unlimited laser tag, gravity ropes, bowling and billiards, plus $10 arcade credit. And, it’s totally OK to roll on in later after sports activities are finished.

main event

Parents can drop-and-go at this chaperoned event…and there is no school the next day!

See details and register online at wyomingPSA.wordpress.com or just walk in & pay at the door (cash only, exact change appreciated). See you there! http://wyomingpsa.wordpress.com/

CAPS FOR THE CURE
Student Council will be putting on our annual Caps for the Cure Fundraiser. We ask that students bring in a dollar donation. Give the donation to their homeroom teacher – Thursday, April 18. In exchange for the donation, students will be allowed to wear a hat, showing their support.

ZERO WASTE LUNCH

The next Zero Waste Lunch is coming up on Thursday, April 18!
The Wyoming Primary School Zero Waste Lunch Program helped reduce our lunch waste substantially last year. This year Wyoming Middle School is joining the challenge. Studies show that regular waste-free lunch challenges change behavior throughout the year and this has proved true in Wyoming! Students think more about eating all of their food or taking home leftovers to eat later; and parents and students pack lunches in reusable (rather than disposable) packaging more often.
What can you do to help your child prepare for a Zero Waste Lunch? Encourage your child to remember the four R’s of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Rot.
It is easier for your student to control how much waste they produce if they pack lunch:
Reduce: They can reduce food and packaging waste by only packing the foods they will actually eat in amounts they can finish. Lunch time is limited! Pack fresh food (rather than prepackaged items).
Reuse: Pack lunch in reusable containers instead of plastic baggies; use a lunchbox instead of a brown bag. Choose a reusable bottle for drinks. Pack utensils and a cloth napkin from home instead of disposables.
Recycle: If the food item must be sent in packaging, please try to make sure it is recyclable.
Rot: We compost at each of our primary schools. There is a container that students can put unfinished fruit and clean (no dressing) veggies in. Kids can send their organic waste back to the earth through composting.
Your child can incorporate the four R’s when buying lunch at school: remind them to select foods they will eat and food with minimal packaging; recycle water bottles, juice and milk cartons (after pouring out leftover liquids); and compost organic scraps!
The kids are always up for the challenge of setting a new record for reduced lunch waste. If you can, please help them pack their lunch on Thursday, April 18, in reusable containers. Ask your kids what they will actually eat in their lunch—and remind them to eat it all or bring home leftovers! (And please try to integrate these habits every day!)
Wyoming students are blazing the trails in learning, improving, and creating greener habits!
Thank You For Your Help!
Wyoming City Schools and the PSA Green Team

LOST & FOUND
Be sure to stop by and look at Lost & Found. We have many jackets and lunchboxes.

FEES

Student fees, library book fines, and lunch account monies can be dropped off in the main office at the Middle School.

MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Any student interested in playing Middle School Football or High School Football next season, please sign up on the following dates:
Middle School Football (Incoming 8th and 7th graders)
Tuesday, April 30 at 3:10pm in Middle School Gym (Players only)
Questions: Contact Coach Hancock, hancocka@wyomingcityschools.org
High School Football (Incoming 9th graders)
Thursday, May 2 at 3:10pm in Middle School Gym (Players only)
Questions: Contact Coach Hancock, hancocka@wyomingcityschools.org
ON WYOMING!
Aaron Hancock
Wyoming High School
Physical Education Teacher
Head Football Coach
Assistant Wrestling Coach
(513) 206-7050 Ext.7111
Twitter: @CoachHancock

From PSA: May Fete 2019 Open Chair Positions – Volunteers Needed
Sucker Pull Chair
Plinko Chair
Peeweeville Chair
Peeweeville Co-Chair
Cake Walk Co-Chair with the goal to shadow this year and Chair in 2020
Please contact Tia Draper, babyt1980@hotmail.com or 513-478-9282 if you are interested in learning more about these roles – the former Chair will provide you with all the information necessary for a successful transition! Thank you for your interest in supporting our biggest fundraiser of the year.
WSMA Volunteer Opportunity
Spring brings lots of fun activities to Wyoming, including Spring concerts and the Wyoming Art Show! Please click below to sign up to sell chip wheelies at these great events to support the Wyoming School Music Association in a fun and easy way!
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0949a5aa2ea75-wsma1
Wyoming Science and Technology Camp (WSTC) Information
@Wyoming Middle School
June 17-June 21, 2019 and/or June 24-June 28, 2019
Times: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday (K-5th)
NEW: 12-3 p.m. (6th-8th)
Two options to register:
Online- https://form.jotform.com/90108833803151, mail payment to Brenda Pantalone.
Or print the form here, fill out information and mail form and check to Brenda Pantalone.
Any questions – Call 379-5674 or email bp3fcp@gmail.com

 

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WMS VARIETY SHOW 2019!!!!
Wyoming Middle School Drama is proud to present this annual showcase of WMS student talent ! This show has something for everyone—musicians, singers, comedians, skits, The WMS Color Guard, Fiddling Cowboys, and The Teacher Band! You won’t want to miss it! The shows will be held April 12th & 13th @ 7 p.m. @ the Pendery Center @ Wyoming High School. Tickets are $5 each & can be purchased at the door.

VARIETY SHOW PARTICIPANTS, CALL TIME for Friday and Saturday night is 6:15 p.m. Please be on time. Thank you!

The PSA May Fete Wheel-A-Thon is scheduled for this Sunday, April 14!

The forecast for this Sunday looks pretty wet, but we all know weather in Cincinnati can change quickly. We also know the kids are all excited about doing the Wheel-A-Thon this Sunday, so we won’t reschedule the event until we can look at the radar on Sunday morning. As of now, the Wheel-a-Thon is on as planned 1-4 p.m. in the Hilltop neighborhood, beginning at the intersection of Tohatchi and Abilene Trails. If we do need to reschedule it, we will post it on social media – Nextdoor and Facebook (look for a post on the Wyoming City Schools page, JWC’s page, Wyoming Newcomers page and/or the Wyoming (Ohio) Parents & Friends page) by 11:00 a.m. this Sunday. If it must be rescheduled, the rain date is April 28. Questions? Contact Liz Galvin at liz_galvin@yahoo.com.

 

 

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WMS Variety Show 2019 is this weekend!
Wyoming Middle School Drama is proud to present this annual showcase of WMS student talent! This show has something for everyone — musicians, singers, comedians, skits, the WMS Color Guard, Fiddling Cowboys and The Teacher Band! You won’t want to miss it!
The shows are 7 p.m. Friday, April 12th & Saturday, April 13th at Wyoming High School’s Pendery Center. Tickets are $5 each and can be purchased before school or during lunch at the middle school or at the door prior to the shows. For more information, contact wyomingmsdrama@gmail.com.

MIDDLE SCHOOL MAIN EVENT SPRING FEVER NIGHT on 4/18
If you want to add the direct link to purchase (in addition to the flyer below), here is the link: https://www.myschoolanywhere.com/cart-new.a5w?cart=WyomingCitySchools38760
Thanks!
Randi

Main Event Spring Fever April 2019 Flyer

CAPS FOR THE CURE
Student Council will be putting on our annual Caps for the Cure Fundraiser. We ask that students bring in a dollar donation. Give the donation to their homeroom teacher – Thursday, April 18. In exchange for the donation, students will be allowed to wear a hat, showing their support.

The next Zero Waste Lunch is coming up on Thursday, April 18!
The Wyoming Primary School Zero Waste Lunch Program helped reduce our lunch waste substantially last year. This year Wyoming Middle School is joining the challenge. Studies show that regular waste-free lunch challenges change behavior throughout the year and this has proved true in Wyoming! Students think more about eating all of their food or taking home leftovers to eat later; and parents and students pack lunches in reusable (rather than disposable) packaging more often.
What can you do to help your child prepare for a Zero Waste Lunch? Encourage your child to remember the four R’s of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Rot.
It is easier for your student to control how much waste they produce if they pack lunch:
Reduce: They can reduce food and packaging waste by only packing the foods they will actually eat in amounts they can finish. Lunch time is limited! Pack fresh food (rather than prepackaged items).
Reuse: Pack lunch in reusable containers instead of plastic baggies; use a lunchbox instead of a brown bag. Choose a reusable bottle for drinks. Pack utensils and a cloth napkin from home instead of disposables.
Recycle: If the food item must be sent in packaging, please try to make sure it is recyclable.
Rot: We compost at each of our primary schools. There is a container that students can put unfinished fruit and clean (no dressing) veggies in. Kids can send their organic waste back to the earth through composting.
Your child can incorporate the four R’s when buying lunch at school: remind them to select foods they will eat and food with minimal packaging; recycle water bottles, juice and milk cartons (after pouring out leftover liquids); and compost organic scraps!
The kids are always up for the challenge of setting a new record for reduced lunch waste. If you can, please help them pack their lunch on Thursday, April 18, in reusable containers. Ask your kids what they will actually eat in their lunch—and remind them to eat it all or bring home leftovers! (And please try to integrate these habits every day!)
Wyoming students are blazing the trails in learning, improving, and creating greener habits!
Thank You For Your Help!
Wyoming City Schools and the PSA Green Team

WMS PARENTS
We love our staff at WMS! To show our appreciation last year, we raised enough money to cater a big taco lunch “fiesta.” Something as simple as this made a huge impact. The staff was incredibly appreciative and are still talking about it! Many of them have asked if it’s happening again Let’s do it! Feel no obligation, but if you are looking for a way to love on our staff, we would love to raise enough money to surprise them with another fiesta. The event will be Thursday, May 9.
If you would like to pitch in, send cash or a check (made out to Wyoming Middle School) in an envelope marked FIESTA to the WMS office by May 3rd. You can also contribute to a PayPal Account created just for this below.
Thank you!
http://paypal.me/WMSstafffiesta

LOST & FOUND
Be sure to stop by and look at Lost & Found. We have many jackets and lunchboxes.

The Wheel-A-Thon is this weekend!

The annual May Fete Wheel-A-Thon fundraiser for the Wyoming Parent School Association will be held in the Hilltop neighborhood 1-4 p.m. Sunday, April 14. Students in kindergarten through 5th grade are invited to participate.

Children may cycle, scooter, or skate a loop (one mile for bikes, smaller for other wheels) that begins and ends in the cul-de-sac at the intersection of Tohatchi and Abilene Trails (see map below). All kids must wear helmets and parents must accompany students in grades K-2 on the course. Wyoming Police will be on hand with extra helmets, and the route will be closed to traffic for the duration of the event. Jim’s Bike Shop, located at 8015 Plainfield Road in Deer Park, will once again sponsor a bike maintenance tent at the cul-de-sac. In the event of forecasted rain, the Wheel-A-Thon will be rescheduled for Sunday, April 28, 1-4 p.m.

Fifth graders may pick up a registration packet in the Wyoming Middle School front office. Please encourage your children to obtain sponsors for their ride – prizes are awarded for the most laps ridden and most money raised per grade and overall. Winners are announced at the May Fete Coronation ceremony in the Fine Arts Center Ballroom. Simply bring the registration packet, your child, and his/her wheels to the cul-de-sac at the intersection of Tohatchi and Abilene Trails on the afternoon of April 14 and get moving!

Questions? Contact Liz Galvin at liz_galvin@yahoo.com.
Available to help work this fantastic event? Click on the signupgenius below.
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0F4CAFAB23A4FC1-wyoming

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MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Any student interested in playing Middle School Football or High School Football next season, please sign up on the following dates:
Middle School Football (Incoming 8th and 7th graders)
Tuesday, April 30 at 3:10pm in Middle School Gym (Players only)
Questions: Contact Coach Hancock, hancocka@wyomingcityschools.org
High School Football (Incoming 9th graders)
Thursday, May 2 at 3:10pm in Middle School Gym (Players only)
Questions: Contact Coach Hancock, hancocka@wyomingcityschools.org
ON WYOMING!
Aaron Hancock
Wyoming High School
Physical Education Teacher
Head Football Coach
Assistant Wrestling Coach
(513) 206-7050 Ext.7111
Twitter: @CoachHancock

From PSA: May Fete 2019 Open Chair Positions – Volunteers Needed

Sucker Pull Chair
Plinko Chair
Peeweeville Chair
Peeweeville Co-Chair
Cake Walk Co-Chair with the goal to shadow this year and Chair in 2020

Please contact Tia Draper, babyt1980@hotmail.com or 513-478-9282 if you are interested in learning more about these roles – the former Chair will provide you with all the information necessary for a successful transition! Thank you for your interest in supporting our biggest fundraiser of the year.

WSMA Volunteer Opportunity

Spring brings lots of fun activities to Wyoming, including Spring concerts and the Wyoming Art Show! Please click below to sign up to sell chip wheelies at these great events to support the Wyoming School Music Association in a fun and easy way!

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0949a5aa2ea75-wsma1

Wyoming Science and Technology Camp (WSTC) Information
@Wyoming Middle School
June 17-June 21, 2019 and/or June 24-June 28, 2019
Times: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday (K-5th)
NEW: 12-3 p.m. (6th-8th)
Two options to register:
Online- https://form.jotform.com/90108833803151, mail payment to Brenda Pantalone.
Or print the form here, fill out information and mail form and check to Brenda Pantalone.
Any questions – Call 379-5674 or email bp3fcp@gmail.com

 

 

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8TH GRADE PHILADELPHIA TRIP

PARENTS: The letter you received with your child’s report card states students will return from Philadelphia – Tuesday, May 8.  They will return WEDNESDAY, MAY 8.

MIDDLE SCHOOL MAIN EVENT SPRING FEVER NIGHT on 4/18

If you want to add the direct link to purchase (in addition to the flyer below), here is the link: https://www.myschoolanywhere.com/cart-new.a5w?cart=WyomingCitySchools38760

Thanks!
Randi

Main Event Spring Fever April 2019 Flyer

CAPS FOR THE CURE

Student Council will be putting on our annual Caps for the Cure Fundraiser.  We ask that students bring in a dollar donation.  Give the donation to their homeroom teacher – Thursday, April 18.  In exchange for the donation, students will be allowed to wear a hat, showing their support.

MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Any student interested in playing Middle School Football or High School Football next season, please sign up on the following dates:

Middle School Football (Incoming 8th and 7th graders)
Tuesday, April 30 at 3:10pm in Middle School Gym (Players only)
Questions: Contact Coach Hancock, hancocka@wyomingcityschools.org

High School Football (Incoming 9th graders)
Thursday, May 2 at 3:10pm in Middle School Gym (Players only)
Questions: Contact Coach Hancock, hancocka@wyomingcityschools.org

ON WYOMING!

Aaron Hancock
Wyoming High School
Physical Education Teacher
Head Football Coach
Assistant Wrestling Coach
(513) 206-7050 Ext.7111
Twitter: @CoachHancock

WMS PARENTS
We love our staff at WMS! To show our appreciation last year, we raised enough money to cater a big taco lunch “fiesta.” Something as simple as this made a huge impact. The staff was incredibly appreciative and are still talking about it! Many of them have asked if it’s happening again 🙂 Let’s do it! Feel no obligation, but if you are looking for a way to love on our staff, we would love to raise enough money to surprise them with another fiesta. The event will be Thursday, May 9.
If you would like to pitch in, send cash or a check (made out to Wyoming Middle School) in an envelope marked FIESTA to the WMS office by May 3rd. You can also contribute to a PayPal Account created just for this below.
Thank you!

http://paypal.me/WMSstafffiesta

LOST & FOUND
Be sure to stop by and look at Lost & Found. We have many jackets and lunchboxes.

 

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REMINDER TO PARENTS:
State Testing will be Monday and Tuesday – April 8 & 9
*Make sure your child gets plenty of sleep.
*Be certain your child eats a healthy, well-balanced breakfast.
*Have your child to school by 8:15 a.m.
*Please do not schedule appointments for your child on testing days
between 8:15 a.m. and noon.
*Contact your child’s teacher as soon as possible if you know about an
absence ahead of time.

Science Olympiad Club for 5th graders:
WMS Science Olympiad will be running a 5th grade science club on Tuesday afternoons in Mr. Rensberger’s lab room for approximately 5 weeks. We will have our first meeting on Tuesday April 2nd from 3:30 to 5 pm. We plan to run a roller coaster build, fly gliders, isolate DNA and try some mystery architecture building. Club fees will be $10 for the session to help cover the cost of supplies. For more information, please email llmurley@hotmail.com.

WMS VARIETY SHOW 2019!!!!
Wyoming Middle School Drama is proud to present this annual showcase of WMS student talent ! This show has something for everyone—musicians, singers, comedians, skits, The WMS Color Guard, Fiddling Cowboys, and The Teacher Band! You won’t want to miss it! The shows will be held April 12th & 13th @ 7 p.m. @ the Pendery Center @ Wyoming High School. Tickets are $5 each & can be purchased before school or during lunch @ WMS beginning Tuesday, 4/9, or at the door prior to the shows.

VARIETY SHOW PARTICIPANTS, if you are not a subscriber to the Drama Blog, please be sure to check the Drama Blog for important updates regarding rehearsals, volunteer needs, and the program: https://wordpress.com/post/wyomingmsdrama.wordpress.com/1342

LOST & FOUND

Be sure to stop by and look at Lost & Found.  We have many jackets and lunchboxes.

Wyoming Science and Technology Camp (WSTC) Information
WSTC will take place at Wyoming Middle School:
Time include 9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. Monday-Friday (K-5th)
NEW- 12:00-3:00pm (6th-8th)
June 17-June 21, 2019 and/or June 24-June 28, 2019
Two options to register:
Online: https://form.jotform.com/90108833803151, mail payment to Brenda Pantalone.
Fill out this form and mail form and check to Brenda Pantalone
Any questions? Contact Brenda Pantalone at 379-5674 or bp3fcp@gmail.com
Wheel-A-Thon information for 5th grade students
The annual May Fete Wheel-A-Thon fundraiser for the Wyoming Parent School Association will be held in the Hilltop neighborhood 1-4 p.m. Sunday, April 14. Students in kindergarten through 5th grade are invited to participate.
Children may cycle, scooter, or skate a loop (one mile for bikes, smaller for other wheels) that begins and ends in the cul-de-sac at the intersection of Tohatchi and Abilene Trails (see map below). All kids must wear helmets and parents must accompany students in grades K-2 on the course. Wyoming Police will be on hand with extra helmets, and the route will be closed to traffic for the duration of the event. Jim’s Bike Shop, located at 8015 Plainfield Road in Deer Park, will once again sponsor a bike maintenance tent at the cul-de-sac. In the event of forecasted rain, the Wheel-A-Thon will be rescheduled for Sunday, April 28, 1-4 p.m.
Fifth graders may pick up a registration packet in the Wyoming Middle School front office. Please encourage your children to obtain sponsors for their ride – prizes are awarded for the most laps ridden and most money raised per grade and overall. Winners are announced at the May Fete Coronation ceremony in the Fine Arts Center Ballroom. Simply bring the registration packet, your child, and his/her wheels to the cul-de-sac at the intersection of Tohatchi and Abilene Trails on the afternoon of April 14 and get moving!
Questions? Contact Liz Galvin at liz_galvin@yahoo.com.
Available to help work this fantastic event? Click on the signupgenius below.
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0F4CAFAB23A4FC1-wyoming

MAP

From PSA: May Fete 2019 Open Chair Positions – Volunteers Needed
Sucker Pull Chair
Plinko Chair
Peeweeville Chair
Peeweeville Co-Chair
Cake Walk Co-Chair with the goal to shadow this year and Chair in 2020
Please contact Tia Draper, babyt1980@hotmail.com or 513-478-9282 if you are interested in learning more about these roles – the former Chair will provide you with all the information necessary for a successful transition! Thank you for your interest in supporting our biggest fundraiser of the year.

Wyoming High School Summer Camp Dates are available on line at http://www.wyomingathletics.org under “Fan Zone”. Sign up your aspiring student athlete on line for summer camps run by our high school coaching staffs.

 

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3RD QUARTER REPORT CARDS

Report cards were mailed home April 4, 2019.

REMINDER TO PARENTS:

State Testing will be Monday and Tuesday – April 8 & 9

*Make sure your child gets plenty of sleep.
*Be certain your child eats a healthy, well-balanced breakfast.
*Have your child to school by 8:15 a.m.
*Please do not schedule appointments for your child on testing days
between 8:15 a.m. and noon.
*Contact your child’s teacher as soon as possible if you know about an
absence ahead of time.

WMS VARIETY SHOW 2019!!!!
Wyoming Middle School Drama is proud to present this annual showcase of WMS student talent ! This show has something for everyone—musicians, singers, comedians, skits, The WMS Color Guard, Fiddling Cowboys, and The Teacher Band! You won’t want to miss it! The shows will be held April 12th & 13th @ 7 p.m. @ the Pendery Center @ Wyoming High School. Tickets are $5 each & can be purchased before school or during lunch @ WMS beginning Tuesday, 4/9, or at the door prior to the shows.

VARIETY SHOW PARTICIPANTS, here is the remaining rehearsal schedule:
Monday, April 8th — Act 1, Emcees, Tech Crew-Rehearsal will begin at 4 this day ONLY. You will be dismissed when your act is finished rehearsing.
Wednesday, April 10th — Act 2, Emcees, & Tech Crew- 3:45 start time. You will be dismissed when your act is finished rehearsing.
Thursday, April 11th — DRESS REHEARSAL! ALL CALLED! Plan to stay to the end of the rehearsal.
Friday, April 12th and Saturday, April 13th –SHOW! Please report to Pendery Center by 6:15 p.m.

Wyoming Science and Technology Camp (WSTC) Information
WSTC will take place at Wyoming Middle School:
Time include 9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. Monday-Friday (K-5th)
NEW- 12:00-3:00pm (6th-8th)
June 17-June 21, 2019 and/or June 24-June 28, 2019
Two options to register:
Online: https://form.jotform.com/90108833803151, mail payment to Brenda Pantalone.
Fill out this form and mail form and check to Brenda Pantalone
Any questions? Contact Brenda Pantalone at 379-5674 or bp3fcp@gmail.com

Wheel-A-Thon information for 5th grade students

The annual May Fete Wheel-A-Thon fundraiser for the Wyoming Parent School Association will be held in the Hilltop neighborhood 1-4 p.m. Sunday, April 14. Students in kindergarten through 5th grade are invited to participate.

Children may cycle, scooter, or skate a loop (one mile for bikes, smaller for other wheels) that begins and ends in the cul-de-sac at the intersection of Tohatchi and Abilene Trails (see map below). All kids must wear helmets and parents must accompany students in grades K-2 on the course. Wyoming Police will be on hand with extra helmets, and the route will be closed to traffic for the duration of the event. Jim’s Bike Shop, located at 8015 Plainfield Road in Deer Park, will once again sponsor a bike maintenance tent at the cul-de-sac. In the event of forecasted rain, the Wheel-A-Thon will be rescheduled for Sunday, April 28, 1-4 p.m.

Fifth graders may pick up a registration packet in the Wyoming Middle School front office. Please encourage your children to obtain sponsors for their ride – prizes are awarded for the most laps ridden and most money raised per grade and overall. Winners are announced at the May Fete Coronation ceremony in the Fine Arts Center Ballroom. Simply bring the registration packet, your child, and his/her wheels to the cul-de-sac at the intersection of Tohatchi and Abilene Trails on the afternoon of April 14 and get moving!

Questions? Contact Liz Galvin at liz_galvin@yahoo.com.
Available to help work this fantastic event? Click on the signupgenius below.
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0F4CAFAB23A4FC1-wyoming

MAP

From PSA: May Fete 2019 Open Chair Positions – Volunteers Needed

Sucker Pull Chair
Plinko Chair
Peeweeville Chair
Peeweeville Co-Chair
Cake Walk Co-Chair with the goal to shadow this year and Chair in 2020

Please contact Tia Draper, babyt1980@hotmail.com or 513-478-9282 if you are interested in learning more about these roles – the former Chair will provide you with all the information necessary for a successful transition! Thank you for your interest in supporting our biggest fundraiser of the year.

 

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