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WMS STAFF AND STUDENTS ARE PARTICIPATING IN FESTIVE HOLIDAY SWEATER DAYS

Wear you best festive holiday sweater on Tuesday, December 15 and Thursday, December 17

Say Thanks to Our Teachers & Staff: Donate to the PSA Snack Bar

Here’s a quick way to show our middle school community’s thanks for the hard work our teachers and staff are doing to keep our kids learning. The PSA’s Snack Bar accepts your donations of snacks and drinks so that the teachers and staff have something convenient to grab in between classes, or for an afternoon pick-me-up. Please click on the SignUpGenius link to sign up. Donations are ongoing — no need to meet a set date! Thank you VERY much!

PSA Snack Bar for Teachers & Staff

2020 WMS Personal Care Drive!

The Wyoming Middle School Student Council will host the third annual personal care drive December 7-18, 2020.  

In order to best meet the needs of our community, we’ve divided donations up by grade level.  Students are asked to bring in the following products.  

  • Fifth Grade: toothbrushes, floss, toothpaste 
  • Sixth Grade: soap, bodywash, deodorant 
  • Seventh Grade: shampoo, conditioner, hair brushes 
  • Eighth Grade: hats, gloves, scarves, socks

Anyone can also donate: laundry detergent, femine hygiene products

Donations will be collected in the lobby and front office.

Thank you for helping our neighbors in need, especially during this holiday season!

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CONGRATULATIONS TO WMS 7TH & 8TH GRADE BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM

Both teams won their games!

CONGRATULATIONS TO WMS 8TH GRADE GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM

8th grade won their game in OVERTIME!

WMS STAFF AND STUDENTS ARE PARTICIPATING IN FESTIVE HOLIDAY SWEATER DAYS

Wear you best festive holiday sweater on Tuesday, December 15 and Thursday, December 17

2020 WMS Personal Care Drive!

The Wyoming Middle School Student Council will host the third annual personal care drive December 7-18, 2020.  

In order to best meet the needs of our community, we’ve divided donations up by grade level.  Students are asked to bring in the following products.  

  • Fifth Grade: toothbrushes, floss, toothpaste 
  • Sixth Grade: soap, bodywash, deodorant 
  • Seventh Grade: shampoo, conditioner, hair brushes 
  • Eighth Grade: hats, gloves, scarves, socks

Anyone can also donate: laundry detergent, femine hygiene products

Donations will be collected in the lobby and front office.

Thank you for helping our neighbors in need, especially during this holiday season!

ATTENDANCE REMINDERS:

Parents of In School Students Attendance Reminder:

If your child will be absent or late coming into school, please call the attendance line (anytime) 513-206-7181.
You may also email norrisj@wyomingcityschools.org or warmackd@wyomingcityschools.org. Please send an email to both emails. This ensures that the office receives your email.
If your child won’t be coming in due to illness, but will join their classes online, please make sure that you
mention that when you call the attendance line.

EARLY DISMISSL
If your child needs to leave school early for an appointment, emergency, etc., please send in a written, signed note (if possible), stating the time you will be picking up. The office will give your child an Early Dismissal pass to give to their teacher-that allows them to leave when asked. You will need to come in the office and sign your child out. If you child will be returning after their appointment, they can sign themselves back in.

STUDENT COMPUTER ISSUES

If your child has computer issues, please have your child reach out to one of their teachers. The teacher will reach out to our Tech Department.

DRESS FOR THE WEATHER... this is a reminder to please send your child to school dressed for the weather. We will have recess outside on cold days and it is important that your child have his/her coat, hat, and gloves.

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2020 WMS Personal Care Drive!

The Wyoming Middle School Student Council will host the third annual personal care drive December 7-18, 2020.  

In order to best meet the needs of our community, we’ve divided donations up by grade level.  Students are asked to bring in the following products.  

  • Fifth Grade: toothbrushes, floss, toothpaste 
  • Sixth Grade: soap, bodywash, deodorant 
  • Seventh Grade: shampoo, conditioner, hair brushes 
  • Eighth Grade: hats, gloves, scarves, socks

Anyone can also donate: laundry detergent, femine hygiene products

Donations will be collected in the lobby and front office.

Thank you for helping our neighbors in need, especially during this holiday season!

ATTENDANCE REMINDERS:

Parents of In School Students Attendance Reminder:

If your child will be absent or late coming into school, please call the attendance line (anytime) 513-206-7181.
You may also email norrisj@wyomingcityschools.org or warmackd@wyomingcityschools.org. Please send an email to both emails. This ensures that the office receives your email.
If your child won’t be coming in due to illness, but will join their classes online, please make sure that you
mention that when you call the attendance line.

EARLY DISMISSL
If your child needs to leave school early for an appointment, emergency, etc., please send in a written, signed note (if possible), stating the time you will be picking up. The office will give your child an Early Dismissal pass to give to their teacher-that allows them to leave when asked. You will need to come in the office and sign your child out. If you child will be returning after their appointment, they can sign themselves back in.

STUDENT COMPUTER ISSUES

If your child has computer issues, please have your child reach out to one of their teachers. The teacher will reach out to our Tech Department.

DRESS FOR THE WEATHER… this is a reminder to please send your child to school dressed for the weather. We will have recess outside on cold days and it is important that your child have his/her coat, hat, and gloves.

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR WMS COUNSELORS

“We can be happy whether we are in a pandemic or not”

Jon Allred (513) 206 – 7177  or email:  allredj@wyomingcityschools.org

Haley Hilgenberg (513) 206-7225 or email:  hilgenbergh@wyomingcityschools.org 

I cannot be more thankful or proud to work as a counselor at the middle school.  I get to work with an excellent team of supportive staff members in an amazing community, with awesome kids!  I know that it has been such a unique school year (nothing that any of us ever wanted) with obstacles that we were not prepared to handle 9 months ago.  As time passes, we all have a different level of appreciation for the small things that are going well.  One aspect of my day that I am thankful for is that the middle school has done an outstanding job creating a safe learning environment for all students.  

I recognize that the safety supports that are built into our school day do take a toll on our students and staff members.  There are missed connections with one another and at times with the curriculum that may not be as engaging or hands-on as it has been in the past.  I miss seeing our students every day and it is unfortunate that I am not able to see the smiles hidden behind the masks, I often have to see that their eyes are smiling.  These are difficult times for all of us.  

Every household is unique, and I understand that each family has a different set of needs.  Please take the time to adjust your lifestyle and keep it manageable.  As a parent, a counselor, and husband – I still need to remind myself on a daily basis (sometimes minute by minute) to do what I can to take care of myself as I am helping others with a wide variety of issues – where I can be talking about serious mental health concerns one minute, and then the next minute, I’m running to the playground to set up the tetherballs because 5th grade recess is starting (and there’s no pause button).  Here are 10 things that help me stay grounded during these times…

  1. Letting go of control – let go of the things we cannot change and to focus only on things we can control.  “letting go” calms us and assures us that we’re neither designed nor able to fix the entire world (prayer, meditation, mindfulness)
  2. Patience – in any crisis, there are rarely quick fixes, and it won’t be resolved overnight.  We can work on increasing our patience by understanding that solutions to big problems require a process that is well underway.  We can trust that process and allow it to unfold on its own timetable.
  3. Keep the focus on oneself – a pandemic quarantine offers an opportunity for stillness and solitude – two keys to calming ourselves and changing the self-narrative to gratitude and to letting go of control (it’s all about our own mindset and attitude)
  4. Trust – even though when things seem to be going wrong, there is a deeper, more long-term perspective that we can take…such a perspective sees the potential good in any situation.  The world will slowly heal.
  5. Living in the present – our minds can travel to the past and visit regrets or it can travel to the future, where anxieties lurk.  There are no problems in the present moment, only challenges that can be met one at a time, one moment at a time.  Staying in the present keeps our fears at bay and converts our problems into bite-sized, manageable issues that we can deal with.
  6. Social connections – the need to belong is central to every model of human well-being.  We all need to have one or more persons we can turn to for advice, for comforting words, for companionship.  Reaching out to people can promote our well-being.
  7. Service to others – the key to maintaining our own emotional well-being is to help, encourage, and comfort others.  Each one of us possesses a gift to share with the world (painting, singing, writing, listening).  Research on heroism tells us that we are all designed to do what all classic heroes do – encounter adversity, seek help from friends, make mental adjustments, behave accordingly, and then share our experience, strength and hope with others.  We have the opportunity to engage in practices that will help us grow and transform into our best selves.
  8. Look for valuable resources to help when you need ideas or are in need:  Please do not get overwhelmed in your own head…take a moment to collect yourself and think about what it is that you and your family need.  Does checking Facebook, the news or other data resource help or hinder you?  The last thing that I need to be given is too much information…then I’m caught in the land of “data smog” and I become stagnate and strangled by an unwelcome and uneasy  feeling that could have been avoided.  If you need resources, check the links below – but please, do not let this put you on overload…
    1. WMS Counseling Home page:  https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vTNJ2-9Hz7Cfd5vhsLYwf5iBjddV8cEkx5ZMNTquAHAy3VEKHtFf99heuR3tVZqM4dVbcG6AiScAAYG/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=60000&slide=id.p 
    2. Cincinnati Children’s:  https://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/patients/coronavirus-information/adult-coping 
    3. Boy’s Town:  https://www.boystown.org/parenting/guides/Pages/default.aspx 
      1. https://www.boystown.org/parenting/article/Pages/Coping-with-the-Coronavirus.aspx 
    4. Children’s Home of Cincinnati: https://mindpeacecincinnati.com/covid-19/ 
  9. Know that we all are missing out on something – how can we fill our time with productive and healthy habits and routines? Are you able to make healthy meals at home?  Are you taking the time to stay physically active?  Fear of missing out is real, but new hobbies might keep you engaged.  I was inspired last year by a student who loved chess, now I’ve roped my daughter into playing chess with me…it keeps her off of Tik Tok for a few minutes!
  10. Reach Out/Stay Connected – Please know that the staff at Wyoming Middle School wants your student to be engaged and healthy, and we want you to be emotionally available – if there is anything that you may need, please call.  If there is ever an emergency, please call a hotline:  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/managing-stress-anxiety.html 

Thanks for everything that you are doing!

Jon

ATTENDANCE REMINDERS:

Parents of In School Students Attendance Reminder:


If your child will be absent or late coming into school, please call the attendance line (anytime) 513-206-7181.
You may also email norrisj@wyomingcityschools.org or warmackd@wyomingcityschools.org. Please send an email to both emails. This ensures that the office receives your email.
If your child won’t be coming in due to illness, but will join their classes online, please make sure that you
mention that when you call the attendance line.

EARLY DISMISSL
If your child needs to leave school early for an appointment, emergency, etc., please send in a written, signed note (if possible), stating the time you will be picking up. The office will give your child an Early Dismissal pass to give to their teacher-that allows them to leave when asked. You will need to come in the office and sign your child out. If you child will be returning after their appointment, they can sign themselves back in.

STUDENT COMPUTER ISSUES

If your child has computer issues, please have your child reach out to one of their teachers. The teacher will reach out to our Tech Department.


DROP OFF AND PICK UP ITEMS

We have shelving units out in our front office area for drop off items. There is also shelving units for pick up items for our remote students.

If you are dropping off items, please write your child’s name on a post it note and put it on the item. We periodically check the shelves and notify your child of a pick up item.

If you are picking up an item for you child, come in the outer office area where we have several shelves. Some teachers have their own box for pickup/drop-off items.

LIFETOUCH PICTURES

If you your child is a remote student, we have their Lifetouch pictures in the office.

DRESS FOR THE WEATHER… this is a reminder to please send your child to school dressed for the weather. We will have recess outside on cold days and it is important that your child have his/her coat, hat, and gloves.

LOST AND FOUND
We do have a few items in Lost & Found. Have your child(ren) check the Lost & Found rack located outside the cafeteria hallway.

hats coats

WYOMING MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT FEES

We are still collecting student fees. The fees are as follows:

5th Grade $64.00

6th Grade $64.00

7th Grade $74.00

8th Grade $74.00

You can pay by cash, money order, check (payable to Wyoming City Schools) or online. Click on the link below to pay fees online.

https://www.spsezpay.com/Wyoming/login.aspx

STUDENT DROP OFF/PICK UP REMINDERS:

• Students SHOULD BE dropped off/picked up at the following places:
o the driveway on the west side of the building
o the south side of Wyoming Ave.
o the north side of Worthington Ave.

Parents should pull as far forward as possible in the drop-off/pick up zones
• Students should exit/enter from the right/passenger side of the vehicle
• Students should be using the crosswalks and sidewalks at all time
• Students SHOULD NOT be dropped off/picked up at the following place:
o the Board of Education parking lot
o the Dry Cleaners parking lot or
o anywhere they have to cross the street or driveway where other cars may not see them

• Parents should not be pulling around other cars, turning around or driving through the Board of Education parking lot.

• PLEASE stay in line and exit in an organized manners.

• Let’s help keep ALL STUDENTS SAFE as we drop off our children in the morning.

DROPOFF

News from around the district:

WHS returns to the stage this weekend with “The Odd Couple”

Wyoming High School’s drama team returns to the stage this weekend with their production of “The Odd Couple”. Shows are 7:30 p.m. this Friday and Saturday, December 4th and 5th, with Pendery Auditorium at 15% seating capacity (that means just under 100 people can attend each night according to the guidelines laid out by the state of Ohio). Get your ticket here. Click to read a preview of the show by Student Writer and Editor Gie Wilson: “The Odd Couple” in Odd Times

WHS Student Council conducting cold weather clothing drive this weekend

Wyoming High School’s Student Council is conducting a cold weather clothing drive this weekend: 9-11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, and 12-4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6.

Needed: coats, gloves, blankets, hats, and any other cold-weather accessories – new or gently used.

Where: Drop them in front of Wyoming High School. Enter off Pendery Avenue for the drive-through dropoff. Please place your donations in a bag.

Project LEAD’s Community-Wide Emergency Relief collection drive through Dec. 14

Project LEAD, Wyoming High School’s service club, is always working to find opportunities for students to help our community. As club members discussed how best to lend a hand during the winter months within the constraints of COVID, they began to share stories of those they personally knew whose hours were being cut back, had extra medical bills, and were struggling to make ends meet. While volunteering is a needed service, some of our neighbors are in need of other types of support. Whether it is a car repair in order to get to work, rent assistance to help alleviate the anxiety of how to meet monthly bills or another unanticipated crisis, Project LEAD has learned that there has always been a need for emergency financial relief within our community – a need that has only been exacerbated by the financial hardships created by COVID.

That is why Project LEAD is running a Community-Wide Emergency Relief collection drive from November 30th to December 18th, with the help of the Wyoming Kindness Connection Program provided by the Wyoming Community Foundation, with the hope of easing the burden, anxiety, and uncertainty during this time and know that in a community as kind and giving as ours, we can find a well of support.

Please consider supporting the efforts of Project LEAD and the Wyoming Kindness Connection by donating money for emergency relief online here. Your contribution will be used as an emergency fund that local residents can apply to on an as-needed and emergency basis. Please donate online by December 18th.

Have cash or checks you’d like to donate in person?

This weekend, 9-11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, and 12-4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6. drop cash or checks (made payable to Wyoming Community Foundation) in front of Wyoming High School, Enter off Pendery Avenue for the drive-through dropoff.

Support Organization News:

From the Wyoming Parent School Association:

8th Grade Families:

8th Grade Parent Advisory Committee Representatives are collecting email addresses from the families of current 8th graders (Class of 2025) to prepare to communicate anything specific about the last year of middle school. Families can register to be a part of that correspondence here: https://mailchi.mp/4c924b624202/20-21-school-year

Community Events:

Kindervelt #8’s Christmas Tree Sale Dec. 5 & 6:

In-Person Sales of Light Up Wyoming kits December 5, 6 & 12:

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Attention Wyoming Middle School 7th & 8th Graders: Interested in Student Council for the 2020-2021 School Year?

Student Council is a student-led governing body for grades 7 and 8. The goal of Student Council is to improve the student experience at WMS through a collaborative approach. Approximately 15 students run for office each year. This year, we will limit student participation by interest and application; it will be open to both remote and in-person learners.

Events: All fundraising efforts will take place ONLINE. Students will be able to participate remotely from home. Some donations will be collected in person, but only for materials that can be quarantined before donating (ie., personal care items, food bank donations).  Student Council will seek to foster a student-school connection through the planning of theme weeks, drives, announcements, and other safety-conscious activities to be determined by the council.    

Full In-Person Plan:

  • Elections will be held remotely via Zoom, Canvas, and Google Forms; students will participate from home and at school.
  • Bi-weekly meetings will be held remotely via Zoom, Canvas, and Google Forms; students will participate from home and school, if possible.

Hybrid Plan

  • Elections will be held remotely via Zoom, Canvas, and Google Forms; students will participate from home..
  • Bi-weekly meetings will be held remotely via Zoom, Canvas, and Google Forms; students will participate from home.

Full Remote Plan

  • Elections will be held remotely via Zoom, Canvas, and Google Forms; students will participate from home..
  • Bi-weekly meetings will be held remotely via Zoom, Canvas, and Google Forms; students will participate from home.

If you are interested, please fill out and submit this Google Form!

Thank You!

Mrs. Taulbee & Ms. Bell

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Giving Thanks: Staff Appreciation Opportunity
Big thanks to parents who’ve already donated to the PSA staff and teacher SNACK BAR! Your contributions to this ongoing endeavor have been enjoyed each and every day! If you’ve wanted to give back to the WMS staff, there are still some open slots on this month’s SignUpGenius. A new winter SignUpGenius will be published soon, so there will be many more chances to participate. Thank you!
PSA Snack Bar for Teachers & StaffThank you for supporting our teachers and staff! The snack bar is a safe alternative to the PSA’s staff appreciation luncheons in previous years, and our teachers and staff have enjoyed having something to brighten their days! SignUpGeniuses will go

A Message to our Parents/Guardians/Students

Our students have now completed 3 months of school under COVID-19 safety protocols. We have seen our students rise to the challenges of  learning new technology, managing canvas, zooming into classes, all the while following  mask requirements and social distancing procedures. Your children are amazing! It takes grit to keep moving forward and staying positive during COVID-19.  The pandemic can affect adolescents directly or indirectly. Beyond getting sick, teenagers’ social and emotional well-being can be impacted. Below are some parent resources which can help your children’s mental well-being. 

DOUBLE DUTCH COMING TO WMS

Students interested in learning Double Dutch please stop by the counselors office to pick up a permission slip. The first practice is on November 19! 

Bring your jumping shoes and your friends!

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PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES – TODAY (11/09/2020)

If you signed up for a conference, please check your email for the Zoom Link. The email was sent out Friday, through PickATime and it maybe in your spam or junk email. If you didn’t sign up for a conference, please email your child(rens) teacher to possibly set one up.

Attention Remote Learners and their Families! 

A new after school club, Remoters Round-Up, will be held Wednesdays from 3:15 until 4:00. You’ll be able to Zoom with other remote friends to work on homework, chat, and enjoy each other’s company. Our first meeting will be this Wednesday, November 11 at 3:15. I’d also like to offer optional activities, for example, service learning projects, a Scavenger Hunt, or Trivia Games.  If you have any ideas for activities we can do on Zoom, please let me know. (boltont@wyomingcityschools.org)I’ll send updates throughout each week and the link for Remoters Round-Up each Wednesday through your school email account, so keep checking your email. Hope to see you Wednesday! Mrs.Teddy Bolton

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ANOTHER PICTURE DAY

One last time for students (remote or in person) to get their picture taken.

WHEN: Wednesday, November 4

WHERE: Wyoming Board of Education

TIME: 11:15 – 11:45 (this time is for WMS)

NOVEMBER 4 PLAN MODIFICATION – SEE INFORMATION BELOW

WMS SAYS THANK YOU

WMS Staff says THANK YOU for all the snacks for our Snack Bar. Your kindness is so appreciated.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9

Parent Teacher Conferences. No school for K-8 students.

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Thursday, October 29 – WRESTLING MEETING

Any 7th or 8th grader interested in wrestling this winter please sign up on Final Forms.  Coaches will use Final Forms to contact you so make sure you have an account.
** FINAL FORMS ** If you have played a sport for the school before make sure your email addresses are correct AND that wrestling is checked as a sport you wish to play in your account. IF YOU HAVE NOT played a sport for the school you may need to create a final forms account.
Use this link https://wyomingcity-oh.finalforms.com/

WEAR YOUR HALLOWEEN COSTUME TOMORROW – 10/30

As a middle school, we understand the challenges of COVID-19 for our students. In order to have a little fun this fall, we are allowing students to come to school dressed for Halloween. Remote learners are invited to wear an appropriate costume on Friday, Oct. 30. Students are not required to wear costumes. We are extending this option to provide our students with an opportunity for celebration and creativity. 

As always, our goal is to create a positive learning environment where all students, staff and families feel a sense of belonging. In that spirit, we ask that you take care to ensure that your child’s costume choice does not portray a stereotypical image of any group of people or culture, or be offensive to others. Likewise, we would ask that students not wear violent or politically-themed costumes. They should not bring fake weapons and students continue to be required to wear a face mask that meets the recommendations of public health authorities. If a costume does not meet these requirements, the student will be asked to remove the costume. We appreciate your partnership in supporting your child in making thoughtful costume choices.

OUTDOOR RECESS

Reminder…please dress accordingly for recess. We will go outside for recess, almost, everyday. Only when it’s raining will we have indoor recess.

PROGRESSBOOK REMINDER
Parents for clarification purposes, Canvas is used for assignments and Progressbook is used for grades.  I know this is not ideal, and the district is working on getting the two to work together.  For now, Progressbook is where you and your student will need to look for grades. If you do not have the pin (5 digit code) to access the grades in Progressbook, please contact grubbj@wyomingcityschools.org who can get you and your student the code they need to be able to access Progressbook. 

WMS JUMP ROPE CLUB

Learn how to jump Double Dutch! Sign up forms located in the Guidance Office. Remote Students can stop by the office and pickup a form.

REMINDER… Pick-up Items and Drop-Off Items

We have shelves out in the outer office area – One for Pickup Items (teacher papers, library books, etc.) and one for Drop-off items (lunches, Chromebook, water bottles, etc).

PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES

Monday, November 9 – NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS K-8

Staff Appreciation: Snack Bar Donations!
Teachers and staff have truly been enjoying their new PSA Middle School PAC’s SNACK BAR! Thank you, thank you to everyone who has signed up and donated! There are still open slots on October’s SignUpGenius if you’d like a way to express your thanks to the staff. Please bring donations to the front office, or send in with your student. There will be a new signup in November.
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0A45AAAF2DA1FE3-psasnack

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Staff Appreciation: Show the Love!
Want an easy and super appreciated way to say thanks to your child’s teachers and WMS staff? Then consider donating snacks and drinks to the PSA Middle School PAC’s SNACKBAR! Check out October’s SignUpGenius for suggestions and send in with your student. It’s that easy! And thanks!

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0A45AAAF2DA1FE3-psasnack

PROGRESSBOOK REMINDER 
Parents for clarification purposes, Canvas is used for assignments and Progressbook is used for grades.  I know this is not ideal, and the district is working on getting the two to work together.  For now, Progressbook is where you and your student will need to look for grades. If you do not have the pin (5 digit code) to access the grades in Progressbook, please contact grubbj@wyomingcityschools.org who can get you and your student the code they need to be able to access Progressbook. 

WMS JUMP ROPE CLUB

Learn how to jump Double Dutch! Sign up forms located in the Guidance Office. Remote Students can stop by the office and pickup a form.

WMS PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCESNovember 9

Middle School conferences will happen November 9. No school for students K – 8 on this day. The link the to schedule conferences is located on the Wyoming City Schools Website. The link will be open, Monday, October 26 at 8:00 a.m.

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