WMS NEWS

CONGRATULATIONS….

7th Grade Boys’ Basketball – CHL Champs!!  WMS had a big win over Finneytown to become CHL Champs.

8th Grade Girls’ Basketball finished their season with a win over Madeira! They ended the season with 12 wins.

SPANISH CLUB
Help support the families in Puerto Rico who have been affected by the recent earthquakes. Friday, February 14th, Wyoming Middle School Spanish Club is hosting a pajama day for all Wyoming Middle School students. Please consider bringing a $1 donation to participate. Your donations will help provide support for the residents recently affected in Puerto Rico.

Track and Field Information
There will be an informational meeting for all 7th and 8th grade athletes and parents on February 19, starting at 6:00pm in the MS cafeteria.
Track season starts on March 2.
Registration is done 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 https://wyomingcity-oh.finalforms.com
• Sports Physical forms can be found on the Final Forms site.
• All tabs need to be completed and when completed will appear Green. Some tabs require parent and athlete signatures
Contact Coach Nocks with questions (rnocks@gmail.com)

REMINDER – OUTDOOR RECESS
Please remind your child to wear and/or bring a coat to school. We will, for the most part, have outdoor recess.

LOST AND FOUND
Please come in and check our LOST & FOUND!! It is overflowing…again!

hats coats

MESSAGE FROM OUR DISTRICT NURSE
With cold and flu season in full swing, it is a good time to review the Wyoming School District’s medication policy. All medications (prescription and over-the-counter) administered at school must have a written order from a physician. This includes medications such as cough drops, antacids, lip balm, and topical ointments or creams.
In addition to a written order from a physician, all medication must be in the original container in which it was dispensed by the pharmacist. Over-the-counter medication should be labeled with your child’s name on the package.
If your child needs medication during the school day, please have the physician complete the medication consent form, which can be found on the Wyoming School District’s website or may be picked up at your child’s school office. Please contact the school nurse if you have questions or if you would like to discuss specifics about your child’s medication.

Do you or someone you know have a child entering kindergarten in the fall?

If so, please visit the Wyoming City Schools Kindergarten Registration web page to learn about the new process, including a pre-registration survey: https://www.wyomingcityschools.org/3/Content2/156

The link to this survey, which families can use to let us know their program preferences prior to registration, opens at 6 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19. Other important dates can be found on the Kindergarten Registration webpage.

Come see the 2020 Wyoming High School and Middle School Winterguard teams perform on Sunday, March 15!

The Wyoming Middle School team will perform “Pure Imagination” and the Wyoming High School team will perform “Dia De Los Muertose” at 8 p.m. Sunday, March 15, at Wyoming Middle School. Come see what all the excitement is about!

A message from the Wyoming School Music Association:

The 7th ANNUAL Wyoming Winter Music Festival will be 7-10 p.m. Friday, Feb. 21 at the Wyoming Fine Arts Center

You don’t want to miss this unique WSMA fundraising event!

How it works: Gather at 7 p.m. at the Wyoming Fine Arts Center ballroom to grab a beverage and get your backstage pass for an evening of music by our talented high school performers. The Wyoming High School Brass Ensemble and the cast of The Addams Family kick the evening off with performances for all 120 guests together in the ballroom. Then, using your backstage pass, guests are broken into four groups and they travel from room to room in the Fine Arts Center listening to small group music performances of various genres: Broadway, Singer-Songwriter, Classical. And each room has musically-inspired dinner by the bite options (and beverages are available for the duration of the event). The guests gather back together at 9:30 p.m. for a rousing finale by the Wyoming High School Jazz Band, dessert, and After Party performances by two local bands.

It is a night you won’t forget; all-inclusive tickets are only $40 per person. Tickets are available at http://www.wyomingmusic.org

Register now as tickets are limited.

If you have never attended, you won’t want to miss this fun way to support Wyoming music. It is truly a celebration of the musical arts in our community!

A Message from the Parent School Association:
Hello Cowboys! Believe it or not, it’s already time to start thinking about recruiting volunteers for PSA for the 2020-2021 school year! PSA could not accomplish all the great work that it does without parents and caregivers like you who are willing to give their time. Please consider completing the below volunteer interest form: https://wyomingpsa.wordpress.com/2020-2021-psa-volunteer-form/
If you have any questions about PSA for the 2020-2021 school year, please contact Wyoming PSA President-Elect Raquel Bevington at wpsa.president.elect@gmail.com

A Message from the 8th Grade Parent Advisory Council (PAC) Representatives

Eighth grade is an exciting year with many fun activities for your children and volunteer opportunities for you! Because many of these activities are not school-based activities, we are in the process of creating a Google Group to communicate the details. If you were in last year’s paper student directory you will be automatically added to this group. If you were not listed in the directory, please send an email to: wyoming2024parents@googlegroups.com to be added to sure you are kept up to date and your student is not left out. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to one of your PAC reps: Melanie Niklewski (513-560-2858 or theniklewskis@gmail.com) and Maria Seyerle (513-680-5400 or theseyerles@gmail.com).

A Message from Troop 42844:

Parents’ Night Out/Tween Hang Out sponsored by Girl Scouts
A child sitting and tween entertainment event for grades PreK-8th
Date/Time: Friday, February 14, 6:00-10:00 p.m.
Location: Ascension & Holy Trinity Church, 334 Burns Ave.
Cost: $30 ($20/each additional sibling); food/drinks will be available for an additional charge.
Registration link: https://cdn.jotfor.ms/cindypeebles/FebruaryPNOTHO

Tween Hang Out: Middleschoolers will enjoy a DJ, dancing and karaoke. Their entertainment space will include several sitting suites/stations to watch movies, play video or board games, do arts and crafts, play corn hole, and more.

The Parents’ Night Out child room, in its own space nearby, will be fashioned as a typical childcare facility with toys, games, movies and other fun, age appropriate activities. There’s also a place for them to snuggle down should they get sleepy.
This event is perfect for parents headed out (or staying in) for a Valentine’s Date Night. Register in advance!

For more information: Contact Cindy Peebles at Troop42844@yahoo.com or 704-840-9174

Blue Manatee Book Days at Station Family + BBQ

Bring your whole family of bookworms! We’ve got an entire month of themed story times, crafts, lunch specials, and games when Blue Manatee Literacy Project comes to Station.

February 15th: WHO WAS? books
February 22nd: LLAMA LLAMA books
February 29th: DR. SEUSS books

*Pre-order books from Blue Manatee Literacy Project (or buy them at Station on the event days). For each book you buy, one is donated to a disadvantaged reader in Cincinnati (how cool is THAT?!?).
**Be sure to complete the form at the link so we know who is picking up book orders the days of the events: https://www.bluemanatee.org/stationbbq/?fbclid=IwAR3OiAOMUmRpJ3Z0d-BcAxQKf3SJOEKFXaqjBoXX_VZxbM9SnireWPcokvU
Book Signing by Cincinnati author Melissa W. Hunter 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22 at Book Blvd:

What She Lost by Melissa W. Hunter retells the story of the author’s grandmother, a young Polish woman whose family was swept into the chaos of murder of the Holocaust. Part memoir, part historical fiction, it is more than a description of atrocities of that era. What She Lost is a tale of resilience, of rebuilding a life and of rediscovering love. Melissa’s articles have been published on Kveller.com and LiteraryMama.com and her short stories have appeared in the Jewish Literary Journal.
Space is limited to 25. Sign up at: http://www.joinbookblvd.com/events or stop by the Book Blvd, 502 Wyoming Avenue, during public house 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fridays and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays.

Mardi Gras Bunco Night: 7-11 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, at St. James of the Valley

Join this Mardi Gras-themed Bunco Night event complete with prizes, snacks, drinks, raffles and a DJ. All neighbors, community members and new players are welcome. The evening starts with teaching participants how to play! Bring a friend! More information can be found at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mardi-gras-bunco-night-tickets-88203309473
A Message from the City of Wyoming:
Everyone is invited to our 2ndAnnual Wyoming Cultural Collaborative Fair!

CULTURAL FAIR

A Message from the Wyoming Ski Club:

7th-12th Graders are invited to ride the ski bus to ski, board or tube at Perfect North Slopes on Friday nights

A weekly SignUpGenius link can be found on the Wyoming Ski Club Facebook page. If you would like to be added to the Ski Club distribution list to receive the weekly sign up, please send an email to wyomingskiclub@gmail.com.

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