Announcements 2/19/16




Come see our Wyoming Honor Choir Students perform this Saturday in Matthew’s Auditorium (Princeton City Schools Viking Village) at 4:30 p.m. Ten Wyoming choir students were selected to represent our school.  They are:  Shelby A., Tori B., Abigail D., Mia H., Latrell H., Ethan J., Ashton L., Lydia S., Annabelle W., and Anneliese W. Please come and support our students at this concert as they join with students from around the Cincinnati area.



February 21st, La Rosa’s in Wyoming will donate 10% of all proceeds back to Wyoming PSA.  Dine in, Carry Out or Delivery, just be sure to submit the flyer with your payment. See flyer for details LaRosa’sflyer_2015-2016



Parents and Guardians of 7th Graders,

We are excited about the upcoming Courage Retreat that will be presented by Youth Frontiers, Inc. on Tuesday, February 23rd!  Please review the attached letter and permission form, sign the attached permission slip, and return it to your child’s English teacher by Friday, February 19thCR Parent Letter and Permission 2016

7th graders will need to pack a lunch the day of the retreat. They will not need to bring their backpacks that day.

If you have any questions, please call Stacie McMahon, WMS School Counselor, at 206-7177.




Box Tops 4 Education

It’s Box Tops submission time again!  Get them off of your counters and out of your junk drawers. Each of the primary buildings has a drawer labeled Box Tops near the office. There are also collection boxes in the office at the Middle School and at the Board of Education office.

In December Wyoming PSA received a check for $952.10 – thanks to you! Each of those Box Tops is worth a dime, and as you can see they really add up. Go to to see if you regularly purchase a brand name product that carries a Box Top, or to download weekly coupons.

Turn in your Box Tops before Friday February 26th so they can be included in our school’s April check – it’s our last chance this school year to earn cash for our schools. All Box Tops turned in after this date will go toward next fall’s check.

Thanks for your help!




WSMA presents the Wyoming Winter Music Festival on Friday, February 26 at 7 p.m. Don’t miss the Wyoming Winter Music Festival on Friday, February 26 at 7 p.m. at the Wyoming Fine Arts Center.  This is the Wyoming School Music Association’s largest single fundraiser and features over 50 Wyoming High School students performing in large and small group ensembles in this casual, and truly unique, adult-only event. The Festival will take place in four different rooms at the Fine Arts Center. Guests will gather at the beginning for beverages, snacks, and fabulous music from our Cello Quintet and “My Fair Lady” cast before following their “backstage passes” and rotating for small group performances.  In the small group performances, guests will enjoy musically inspired hors d’oeuvres while enjoying venues such as Classical, Broadway, British Invasion, and Singer-Songwriter. At the end, guests will join back together for a rousing musical finale from the Corral Pit Band in the ballroom – with dessert! It is truly a celebration of the music and arts in our community! Tickets are only $30 per person and include beverages, and musically inspired food – in addition to the wonderful music provided by our student musicians! Tickets are limited due to space, and they are selling very fast.  Please visit to buy your tickets today!



Calling all Euchre Players!   If you missed the opportunity to compete in the PSA Trivia Night, you can still compete in the annual JWC Euchre Tournament on February 27th.  There are two brackets:  competitive and social.  CASH prizes, raffles, free food, fun and games for spectators.  For more information go to   Spectators are encouraged at both of these fun events.  So beat the winter blues and come on out to support Wyoming City Schools through PSA or JWC.



Philippine Heritage Through Dance & Music – 2016 Macy’s Arts Sampler

  • February 27, 2016, Two Repeat Performances (3PM -4PM, 4PM -5PM)
  • Wyoming Fine Arts Center, 322 Wyoming Ave, Wyoming, OH 45215

Filipino-Americans are one of the largest Asian communities in the country and bring a unique culture to the diversity of our American society. Families are invited to learn about the Philippine culture through the country’s dance, music and style of martial arts. The audience will have an opportunity to participate after each of the two 1-hour performances (3PM-4PM, then repeated, at 4-5PM) and to partake of free sampling of Filipino street food. Please see the following flyer Flyer-Phil-Heritage-Through-Dance–Music_27Feb2016

Everyone is invited!



The Ohio State Board of Education has adopted a plan that enables students to earn high school credits in non-traditional ways.  This plan is referred to as Credit Flexibility.

The Wyoming City School District has developed a credit flexibility plan that will allow high school students to earn 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.

Student choosing to take advantage of this opportunity must complete a Wyoming High School Credit Flex Application and submit it to the Middle School or High School Guidance Office no later than March 1st, 2016. Applications are available on the High School website under Curriculum Guide as well as in the Middle School and High School Guidance offices.

For information about how credit flexibility may apply to your child’s academic planning, please contact Monica Moore, High School Counselor at 206-7059 or



LUNCH MENU – February 22-26

Monday – Chicken Nuggets with Dipping Sauce
Tuesday – Burrito Bowls
Wednesday – Pasta and Meat Sauce with Garlic Bread
Thursday – Cincinnati Chili Cheese Coney
Friday – Pizza or BBQ Pulled Pork on a Bun


Information About Upcoming Track and Field season – All 7th and 8th graders are eligible for joining the track and field team.  The start of the season is about 1 month away. If you are interested please register through Final Forms. Registering does not commit you to be on the team but will allow the coaches to email information about the upcoming season.

  • Go to – Click on the Athletics tab and select the Student Athlete Forms link.
  • Sports Physical forms can be found on Final Forms site.
  • All tabs need to be completed and when completed will appear Green.  Some tabs require parent and athlete signatures

Save the Date:  Parent and Athlete Information meeting will be held on February 22, starting at 6:00pm in the MS cafeteria

Contact Coach Nocks with questions (



8th Grade Choir Dress Rehearsal (with the adult choir) – Monday February 22nd

  • Who:  8th grade, High School, Adult Choir (Saengerfest)
  • When:  Monday, February 22nd
  • Time:  7 p.m. – 8 p.m.
  • Where:  Pendery Auditorium

Choir Concert

  • Who:  All choir students, grades 5, 6, 7, 8, WHS and adult Saengerfest Choir
  • When:  Tuesday, February 23rd.
  • Time:  7:00 p.m.
  • Where:  Pendery Auditorium

Concert Arrival Time (Tuesday February 23rd)

  • 5th Grade = 6:30 p.m. in the high school choir room.
  • 6th Grade = 6:45 p.m. in the high school orchestra room
  • 7th Grade = 7 p.m. in the cafeteria
  • 8th Grade = 7 p.m. in the cafeteria



WMS Tennis boys 7th/8th grade – Please contact Petra Schneider at  if are you interested in playing tennis for your school.



VARIETY SHOW AUDITIONS!  The Variety Show is April 15 and 16 – you must be available for both shows.  The theme this year is USA.

The auditions will be on Wednesday, March 9.  From 4:15 -4:45 p.m. we will audition 8th graders who wish to be considered as emcees.  From 5:00 – 6:45 p.m. we will audition individual/group acts.

Rehearsals will be March 17, March 23, April 6, April 7, April 12, April 14 – if your child is cast, they will be called for half of the rehearsals (depending which act they are in).   Spring break falls in the middle of this schedule so it is very important they are available when they are called.

The Sign-UP Genius link for auditions will be created and go live on March 1. You can also check the blog at for details.
When you sign up, you will HAVE TO LIST YOUR ACT with title of act, song title, and a description of what you are performing. You will also have to list everyone that is in your group.  Those who fail to do this, will NOT be permitted to audition.

Students may only audition for ONE thing (except 8th graders who may also audition to be an emcee).  There will also be an 8th grade closing number that will be approved…. details will be communicated to 8th grade families – this is in addition to anything else for which your child will audition.

ALL Acts are limited to 3 minutes.

ONLY REALLY WELL- PREPARED and WELL-DONE ACTS WILL BE CONSIDERED.  They MUST be polished and perfect at the audition to be considered for the show.  The rehearsal schedule is just waaaayyyyy too short to consider acts that need work.

It is a VARIETY SHOW – think outside the box and come up with something creative!   There is safety in numbers, especially for younger students. If only 20 acts are selected, solo performances from younger students are not as likely to be cast. They won’t take 20 singer-songwriter acts– so dance, juggle, do something different!  This is just parent to parent advice for when you are helping your child find something to audition as I like everyone to be cast, but they really can’t take everyone. Make sure your child is well-prepared!

From Spring:    “If people do not know their song, or they choose the same song as someone else, they need to know that someone else may be chosen over them. They need to look at the sign up and list the song they are singing or playing or skit they are doing on the Sign Up Genius link or they will not be allowed to audition.”

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