Announcements 5/19/16


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SOCIAL MEDIA TECH HELP – You Asked… We Delivered.

This year at May Fete do more than avoid silly string ambushes and hand out 5 dollar bills!

The Social Media Task Force is partnering with DiStasi’s at 400 to offer you the opportunity to sit down with your own personal “Tech Guru” and learn how to protect your family from pitfalls associated with the digital age.  Based on your feedback from events this year, we heard that you would like a one-on-one help session to assist you through a variety of safety precautions, including but not limited to locking down privacy settings on your kid’s favorite apps and games, the in’s and out’s of parental controls and location services, etc.  Additionally, for a quick stop, we will provide handouts on a wide variety of pertinent topics and would welcome you to visit and chat. As a community, one of the most important tools we have in facing down these challenges are the conversations we share about how to cultivate healthy relationships with technology for our families!

Please stop by DiStasi’s at 400 from 2-6pm on MayFete, and enjoy a select menu of food & drinks for our event.  Secure your spot now through the SignUpGenius Link:




Wyoming High School Theatre Arts will perform Neil Simon’s 45 Seconds from Broadway at the Pendery Center for the Arts on Saturday, May 21st at 7:30 P.M. and Sunday, May 22nd at 2:00 P.M.  This comedy is Mr. Simon’s homage to New York’s “Polish Tea Room” and its colorful cast of frequenters.  Coffee, water, and snacks will be sold onstage before the performance and during intermission.  Tickets are $5 and may be  purchased online at or by calling the theater box office at 513-206-7157.




Sports Physicals – Go to the following link for information about locations for sports physicals Beacon Physicals ALL DATES 2016.





May Fete Volunteers…

We are  almost there!!!  Just a handful of slots to be filled for tomorrow’s festivities.  Please click on this link to sign up to work a games booth.  Thanks and as always we appreciate your support!




Our fun festival day is on the way and we need you to help us make the cake walk successful. Proceeds will benefit our PSA.

  • How can I support the event? By donating baked goods (preferably individually wrapped), whole cakes and pies, or any sweet treats.
  •  Elementary school families – Drop these off in your school lobby on Thursday, May 19th.
  •  Middle and high      school families – Drop these off on the porch of 726 Burns Ave on Thursday, May 19th.

See you at May Fete on Friday, May 20! Please click Link for additional details May Fete Sweets Flyer



We’re all deep into end-of-year events, sports, and May Fete. But! For next year, PSA still needs the following volunteers: Fundraising reps – Elm Fundraising reps – Hilltop Fundraising reps – Vermont Reps will assist our experienced Committee Chair, Michael Calloway, to collect and distribute Yankee Candle orders in the Fall. Easy and straightforward! Ends in Dec. WWEP Volunteer — the Winter Weekend Enrichment Program team needs a volunteer to help their teachers get state-required background checks. Will train. Easy-peasy. Ends in February or earlier. Student Directory Coordinator: be the interface between our ad sales team, database admin, printer and treasurer. A strong directory team is already in place and ready to go! Easy! Ends in Fall. Please contact Randi Kaplan at or Rosemary Miller if interested! Parent Power!!



Attention 8th Grade Parents – Please go to the following link for information regarding the 8th Grade Celebration Parent Celebration Letter 16. This information was also mailed home with the 3rd quarter report cards.




8th Grade Strings – May 19th, Thursday Performance at Hilltop

  •  Please arrive at Hilltop with your instrument by 8:15 for our 3/4 grade Enrichment concerts. Around 11:00 students will have finished their 2 concerts and will be walking from Hilltop to the Middle School. Concert dress is our String Royal Blue Polo and casual, appropriate length bottoms.

5/8  (6:30) and 6/7 (8:00) String Performances on Tuesday, May 24th

  • This final String Performance will take place on Tuesday, May 24th. We rearranged the combination of performers for this concert.  The students in 5th and 8th grades will be performing at 6:30 at Wyoming High School. The students in 6th and 7th grades will be performing at 8:00 at Wyoming High School. Students are still required to wear their Royal Blue Polo and dress pants/appropriate length skirt. Students should arrive no earlier than 6:15 for the 6:30 performance and 7:45 for the 8:00 performance.

On Tuesday, the day of the performance, students should drop their instruments off at the High School in the Mirrored Hallway before school starts.  Listed below are the times each grade will be practicing at the High School:

  • 8th    8:15-9:45 (starts at HS)
  • 5th    9:45-11:00
  • 6th    12:00-1:30
  • 8th    1:45-3:10 (dismissed from HS)

Looking forward to a terrific night of music. Please let us know if you have any questions,

Lynn Denney and Laura Coomer




Attention 6th grade parents:  Please consider helping out for the 6th grade Field Day/Pool Party on 6/2 at the Rec Center.  We want to make it a fun and safe day for our kids and we are in need of some extra hands 🙂  Thanks so much!

Use the link below… We appreciate your help!



LUNCH MENU – May 23-27

  • Monday – Popcorn Chicken
  • Tuesday – Taco in a Bag
  • Wednesday – Brunch for Lunch – French Toast
  • Thursday – Cincinnati Chili Cheese Coney
  • Friday –  Pizza or Fish on a Bun





There will be no open gym for girls basketball today (Thursday).  The final two dates for girls open gym will be next Tuesday, May 24 and Thursday, May 26.  6th -8th graders, don’t forget that we will be having Open Gyms at the WMS through the summer.



Attention rising 7th and 8th grade boys and girls as well as parents. If you are interested in getting information about summer fun runs or the Fall Cross Country season, please email Coach Nocks (



Attention all eighth graders! There will be an informational meeting on Thursday, May 26th, after school in Mr. Allen’s room for anyone that is interested in Model UN in high school. You do not need prior experience to come, so bring all your friends who may be interested!



“Interested in a new activity? Do you like to perform to music? Interested in learning how to spin a flag?

We currently are exploring interest in forming a Junior Color Guard at Wyoming Middle School for incoming 6-8th graders in the 2016/17 school year.  If there is enough interest, we will request formation of a new club approval from the school board.

Junior color guard is open to boys and girls.  Junior color guard will start in the fall 2016 and go till Mid-March 2017.

We will have an informational meeting on Monday May 23rd at 7 PM in the middle school cafeteria.  Anyone interested is welcome to attend to learn more about Color Guard and the Pageantry Arts.  If you cannot attend the meeting but have a student interested, or would just like more information, please feel free to contact Nikki DeWitt at or Lisa Nocks at “



Wyoming Tennis Families:

  • We will offer a (2) week tennis camp this summer running from June 6 to 17.
  • Wyoming HS Varsity and Junior Varsity boys and girls are encouraged to attend.
  • The tennis camp is open to all tennis players who are interested in improving their tennis game and competing in USTA tournament play.
  • Please pass along the application to anyone you think it might apply. Currently accepting applications. 12 player limit.
  • See attached application for more information WYOMING SUMMER TENNIS CAMP




Wyoming High School offers many summer sport camps for primary and middle school student athletes who want to improve individual skills and have fun!  Below is the information for all the camps that will be offered this summer.  All checks are made payable to “Wyoming School Fund”.  Pre registration is encouraged but walk ups are welcome.

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