Congratulations to the Science Olympiad teams! Both the high school and middle school teams are state bound. The high school placed 2nd in the Cincinnati Regional Tournament and the middle school placed 3rd in the Cincinnati Regional Tournament.
The Wyoming Boys’ Basketball team will play for a District Championship on Friday at 7:15 p.m. at the University of Dayton Arena vs. Thurgood Marshall High School. Tickets for the game are $6 pre-sale and available through 3:00 p.m. on Friday in the Wyoming Athletic Office. On Friday there are 3 games at UD (Wyoming is the 2nd game) so the evening could be sold out as there are 3 local Dayton teams playing. GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY as there is no guarantee tickets will be available that evening at the door.
We will have at least one student bus going to the game – leaving Wyoming High School at 5:45 p.m. on Friday. Tickets for the bus are $4 each and will be sold Tuesday – Friday at lunch or until we are sold out.
This is a huge night for our boys’ program! Please come out and support the Cowboys. On Wyoming!
Calling all Pancake Loving Runners
Don’t let a little snow and cold stop you from participating in the upcoming 5K FUNRUN. It may still be cold outside—but signing up for the 5K FUNRUN is a HOT deal!! The unofficial kick-off to spring arrives on MARCH 15, when the Wyoming School Foundation (WSF) and Wyoming Youth Services (WYS) team up to provide Wyoming families with a morning of fitness and breakfast! Please join us on March 15th, for the 3rd annual 5K FUNRUN and 13th annual Pancake Breakfast.
The Wyoming School Foundation kicks off the morning with the 3rd annual 5K FUNRUN. Runners of all ages and ability are encouraged to participate! Check- in begins at 8:00 a.m., with the race starting at 9:00 a.m. at the corner of Worthington and Beech. The course winds through the village of Wyoming streets. Families are encouraged to participate together–the course is a 2.5K loop; if you want, run it twice for a full 5K run.
Once the run is completed, head down the street to the Civic Center for a rewarding, delicious PANCAKE breakfast, sponsored by WYS. (Just want to eat pancakes? Cost is $5.00 per person, ages 4 and up. Kids 3 and under eat for free. Breakfast is served from 8-11:00 a.m.)
Your race entry fee gets you lots of HOT deals:
**FREE admission to the PANCAKE BREAKFAST
**FREE gift certificate for a GRAETERS ice cream cone
**FREE pair of $11 socks courtesy of BOB RONCKER’S RUNNING SPOT (to first 300 registrations)
**FREE commemorative T-shirt—if register by 3/1.
To register for the race, go to: www.wyomingschoolfoundation.org. Proceeds from the FUNRUN will benefit the Foundation’s Endowment Fund Proceeds from the Pancake Breakfast benefit Wyoming Youth Services.
Fitness AND breakfast for the whole family…what could be better?? Contact WSF at 821-6909 or WYS at 821-2428 with any questions.
Looking for a FREE recreation activities for your middle school child? If so, consider Wyoming Youth Services Spring Break Program. This year representatives from Molina Healthcare are coming to talk about healthy eating and allow kids to make their own smoothies with a blender bike. Robin Ok, a professional laughing yoga instructor, will be coming to teach us the benefits of laughing. Amber Brandenburg from the Amazing Portable Circus will be coming to show us circus arts skills and lastly we will be taking an outing to the Skyzone for trampoline fun! Monday through Thursday from noon to 2:00 p.m. in the Municipal Gym on Oak Ave (except outing to Skyzone 1:30-4:30p.m.). Forms are available on line at www.wyomingyouthservices.com or check us out on Facebook. Paper copies are also available in the main office. Completed forms are due March 24th and space is limited.
Attention Track and Field Athletes: There will be an informational meeting for any 7th and 8th grade student interested in track and field today, March 3, at 3:30 p.m. in the HS Choir Room.
Attention 7th and 8th grade Parents of Track and Field Athletes: Please go to the following link to register your son or daughter for middle school track and field: https://wyominghs.8to18.com/accounts/login. The site reference is Wyoming High School but it is for middle school as well. Please email Coach Nocks for questions (email@example.com).
Attention 5th and 6th grade Parents: The math competition meeting is rescheduled for after school next Wednesday, March 5th.
Grade 8 Parent Course Selection Meeting: This meeting has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 4th at 7:00 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Course option sheets are due on Tuesday, March 11th.
8th Grade Parents:
The Wyoming City School District has developed a credit flexibility plan that will enable students to earn high school credit by: a) completing coursework, b) testing out of or demonstrating mastery of course content, c) pursuing one or more educational options in accordance with the District’s Credit Flexibility plan, or d) any combination of the above.
Students choosing to take advantage of this opportunity must complete the Wyoming High School Credit Flexibility Application and submit it to the High School Guidance Office no later than March 13, 2014. Applications are available on the High School website.
To access the application go to www.wyomingcityschools.org, click on High School and then on Guidance/College Counseling. All applicants will receive notification of approval within ten calendar days in order to accommodate appropriate schedule changes. Any student who applies after March 13 will not be eligible for the credit flexibility option during the 2014-2015 school year.
Please note that this plan and application process also applies to summer physical education classes. Therefore, if you wish your child to take physical education during the summer, the above-mentioned application must be completed no later than March 13th.
Templates for the most requested Credit Flex classes are available online and in the High School and Middle Schools Guidance Offices: Lakota and CCD summer PE and online Health (Brigham Young University HLTH041). Parents are responsible for researching the costs and dates of the classes.
For detailed information about how credit flexibility may apply to your child’s academic planning or to obtain an application, please contact Monica Moore in the High School Guidance Office at 206-7114. Applications are also available on-line.