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Every member of the Wyoming community is invited to be part of a Wyoming City Schools CommUNITY Conversation

Wyoming City Schools and Superintendent Tim Weber would appreciate hearing from you! CommUNITY Conversations provide opportunities for Mr. Weber and community members to connect in small groups to share stories and discuss the issues that matter most.

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What is a CommUNITY Conversation?

A CommUNITY Conversation is a gathering of 10-20 people in a home, business or place of worship. You gather your friends and provide a location and we’ll cover the rest. Mr. Weber would like to use these conversations as a way to learn more about Wyoming and to hear your thoughts about the strengths and opportunities for growth in our schools.

How Can I Get Involved?

If you are interested in hosting a conversation, please call or email Executive Assistant Missy Horn at 513-206-7020 or hornm@wyomingcityschools.org to be added to the Conversation schedule for November or December.

This invitation is extended to all members of the Wyoming community. More information is available here: https://www.wyomingcityschools.org/news-events/

 

Supporting Organization News

 

Wyoming Youth Services Poplar Fire Benefit Fund

The Poplar house fire on Monday, Nov. 11, displaced four Wyoming families from their homes. Wyoming Youth Services, a partnership of the City of Wyoming, Wyoming City Schools and Wyoming community members, has developed a fund to be used in support of the families.

What is needed at this time?

The most immediate need is monetary assistance with food, transportation, and temporary housing.

How can I help?

Donations can be made online at GoFundMe: Poplar Benefit Fund

Donation drop boxes for cash and checks are located at the City of Wyoming Building at 800 Oak Avenue, Wyoming City Schools Central Office at 420 Springfield Pike, and at each school building. Checks can be made out to the Poplar Benefit Fund.

Questions?

Contact Wyoming Youth Services Executive Director Leslie Moorhead at 513-500-7509 or lmoorhead@wyomingyouthservices.com.

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Community Group Events & Information

Children’s International Summer Villages Information Nights

Children’s International Summer Villages (CISV) is an independent, non-profit, non-political, volunteer organization that offers children, youth, and adults the opportunity to make new friendships worldwide and to understand and appreciate different cultures. While CISV offers many different programs, the philosophy of CISV can be summarized as a commitment to promote peace education, to learn about other cultures through close friendships and to accept others without prejudices or stereotypes.  Applicants are selected to join delegations traveling to a variety of host countries.

An information night is scheduled to take place 7-8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 2, at Academy of World Languages, 2030 Fairfax Avenue, Cincinnati, 45207.

Children are invited to sample activities and meet kids who have traveled with CISV at Activity Day, 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, at Summit Country Day Lower School, Convent Land, off of 2161 Grandin Road, Cincinnati, 45208.

More information can be found here or at http://cincinnati.cisvusa.org/about-us/. Additional questions? Email mailto:cisvcincinnati@gmail.com.

 

The Wyoming Firefighters Association Turkey Raffle is November 22 & 23!

The Firefighters’ Turkey Raffle is a fun, family-friendly event that has been a Wyoming tradition for over 80 years. This year the Firefighters’ Association is trying to raise additional funds to assist the Fire Department to equip the fire apparatus with needed tools and devices for you and your family’s continued safety, welfare and educational opportunities.

The raffle will be held at the Wyoming Civic Center, 1 Worthington Avenue, on Friday, November 22nd and Saturday, November 23rd. The raffle begins at 7 p.m. and lasts a little over an hour each night.

Playing is simple: exchange your purchased tickets for a number on the wheel giving you a chance to win a turkey. If your number is called, you win a turkey!!

Pick up your fresh turkey at the firehouse Tuesday November 26th. Last year approximately 200 turkeys were given away.

New to this year’s raffle! Station Family + BBQ will be serving some of their amazing and yummy food! There will also be beverages for sale at the event and other chances to win prizes!

Tickets can be purchased online www.wfatr.org

Can’t make it to the Turkey Raffle? – No worries! You can still support the Wyoming Firefighters Association by making a donation at www.wfatr.org. Any questions regarding the Turkey Raffle can be directed to Chair Sophia Abrams at (513)562-7452.

FF Turkey

Order your kits now for Light Up Wyoming on 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14

Support Junior Women’s Club of Wyoming’s biggest fundraiser! All proceeds go to the JWC Foundation. Prior JWC grant winners include Wyoming City Schools, Pets In Need, Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank, Valley Interfaith and many others.

Light Up Kits include 20 candles, 20 bags, sand and instructions; cost $20 (senior discount = $15); and can be ordered as follows:

Online: Visit www.jwc-wyoming.org. Online orders must be received by Wednesday, Nov. 27, for FREE home delivery.

Mail: Complete and send this form to JWC, c/o Kate Wenning, 410 Oliver Road, Wyoming, OH 45215, by Nov. 27.

In-Person: Purchase your kits at the following locations and times:

Dec. 7: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at high school tennis court lot

Dec. 8: 12-4 p.m. at high school tennis court lot

Dec. 14: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at Wyoming Civic Center

*All online and mail orders must be received by Nov. 27 to qualify for free home delivery.

For more information, email lightup@jwc-wyoming.org or visit www.jwc-wyoming.org/light-up

Light Up

Information from the Wyoming Ski Club

The winter season will soon be here so sign up now for the 2019-2020 Wyoming Ski Club Ski Bus. Riders (7th-12th grade) can register to ride the bus. The cost is $150 for the season or $25 for “pay as you go” riders. Sign up using the link https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0e4bacad2da2f94-wyoming24

Every rider – either for the season or pay as you go – will need to complete and turn in a waiver (available on Facebook). “Pay as you go” riders will pay either at the bus or online the week you will be skiing. You can either mail/drop off payment and the waiver to Kimberly Hauser at 533 Cochise Court Wyoming, Ohio 45215 or Venmo your payment (but still mail or email the waiver) to @Kimberly-Hauser-5.

Don’t forget to buy your Perfect North Slopes (PNS) discounted pass using the login information below.  Even if you don’t ride the ski bus, anyone – any age – can use the code to get a discounted pass.  Act fast – the PNS club deadline is December 1.

How to purchase your club pass online:

  1. Go to www.perfectnorth.com/clubs
  2. Scroll to find Wyoming Ski Club.
  3. Sign in to your club page.

Username: wyoming

Password: ski4ever

  1. Use the 3-line menu in the upper left corner and select the pass you would like to purchase.  Enter the quantity and click “Next”.
  2. Sign in to your personal account. If you have purchased a pass in the past, use that sign in username and password to continue. If you have never purchased a pass from Perfect North Slopes, you will need to create a new account from this page.
  3. Use the drop-down menu to select the passholder name.
    • After selecting the guest, double-check that all of the information is accurate.
    • Select an option for the season pass photo method that you would like to use.
  1. Click “Continue”.
  2. If you would like to purchase the Club Lesson add-on, click “Ski Lessons” or “Board Lessons”, located under the 3-line menu in the upper left corner. Repeat steps 6 and 7.
  3. When deciding the appropriate skill level to select, please use the descriptions on the left side of the webpage as a reference.
  4. After selecting and adding all items to your cart, click “Checkout” and proceed through the checkout process to finalize your club membership.
  5. After you purchase your pass, you can pick it up at Perfect North Slopes’ Ticket Window, located inside the West Lodge, after October 1st (or the first day you are here in the winter).
  6. Check www.perfectnorth.com for hours of operation.
  7. Enjoy a great winter season at Perfect North Slopes with Wyoming Ski Club!

Please call Perfect North Slopes at 812-537-3754 if you have any questions or need assistance purchasing your pass.

Questions?  Email the club at wyoskiclub@gmail.com.

 

Wyoming Kindervelt’s Christmas Tree Sale on Dec. 7 & 8

Wyoming Kindervelt’s Christmas Tree Sale, benefiting Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, will take place 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7 and 12-4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8, at the Tennis Courts behind the high school, off Springfield Pike near Fleming Road. Hungry? Pop-A-Dog will be there on Saturday. Sunday delivery is available for $10 within 20 miles. Wyoming Kindervelt will also be at the Holiday One Stop Shop at Wyoming Civic Center 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7. Questions? Call 513-582-6787.

Kindervelt

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Parents: In need of Canvas login assistance?

There are two more Canvas Parent Login Sessions: 11:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 1, at Wyoming High School and 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5, at Wyoming Middle School. These are open to parents of all grade levels. If you are in need of immediate assistance, please contact Assistant Superintendent Ashley Whitely at whitelya@wyomingcityschools.org.

 

Every member of the Wyoming community is invited to be part of a Wyoming City Schools CommUNITY Conversation

Wyoming City Schools and Superintendent Tim Weber would appreciate hearing from you! CommUNITY Conversations provide opportunities for Mr. Weber and community members to connect in small groups to share stories and discuss the issues that matter most.

WCS CC logo

What is a CommUNITY Conversation?

A CommUNITY Conversation is a gathering of 10-20 people in a home, business or place of worship. You gather your friends and provide a location and we’ll cover the rest. Mr. Weber would like to use these conversations as a way to learn more about Wyoming and to hear your thoughts about the strengths and opportunities for growth in our schools in a casual environment during the months of October and November.

How Can I Get Involved?

If you are interested in hosting a conversation, please call or email Executive Assistant Missy Horn at 513-206-7020 or hornm@wyomingcityschools.org to be added to the Conversation schedule.

This invitation is extended to all members of the Wyoming community. More information is available here: https://www.wyomingcityschools.org/news-events/

 

Community Events

Enjoy Art for a Purpose at the Civic Center: 7-10:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9

Enjoy an evening of art with beverages, hors d’oeuvres and desserts, at the Civic Center benefiting The HealthCare Connection on Saturday, Nov. 9:

Art for a Purpose

 

Children’s International Summer Villages Information Nights

Children’s International Summer Villages (CISV) is an independent, non-profit, non-political, volunteer organization that offers children, youth, and adults the opportunity to make new friendships worldwide and to understand and appreciate different cultures. While CISV offers many different programs, the philosophy of CISV can be summarized as a commitment to promote peace education, to learn about other cultures through close friendships and to accept others without prejudices or stereotypes.  Applicants are selected to join delegations traveling to a variety of host countries.

Information Nights will take place 7-8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4, or Monday, Dec. 2, at Academy of World Languages, 2030 Fairfax Avenue, Cincinnati, 45207.

Children are invited to sample activities and meet kids who have traveled with CISV at Activity Day, 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, at Summit Country Day Lower School, Convent Land, off of 2161 Grandin Road, Cincinnati, 45208.

 

More information can be found here or at http://cincinnati.cisvusa.org/about-us/. Additional questions? Email mailto:cisvcincinnati@gmail.com.

 

 The Wyoming Firefighters Association Turkey Raffle is November 22 & 23!

The Firefighters’ Turkey Raffle is a fun, family-friendly event that has been a Wyoming tradition for over 80 years. This year the Firefighters’ Association is trying to raise additional funds to assist the Fire Department to equip the fire apparatus with needed tools and devices for you and your family’s continued safety, welfare and educational opportunities.

The raffle will be held at the Wyoming Civic Center, 1 Worthington Avenue, on Friday, November 22nd and Saturday, November 23rd. The raffle begins at 7 p.m. and lasts a little over an hour each night.

Playing is simple: exchange your purchased tickets for a number on the wheel giving you a chance to win a turkey. If your number is called, you win a turkey!!

Pick up your fresh turkey at the firehouse Tuesday November 26th. Last year approximately 200 turkeys were given away.

New to this year’s raffle! Station Family + BBQ will be serving some of their amazing and yummy food! There will also be beverages for sale at the event and other chances to win prizes!

Tickets can be purchased online www.wfatr.org

Can’t make it to the Turkey Raffle? – No worries! You can still support the Wyoming Firefighters Association by making a donation at www.wfatr.org. Any questions regarding the Turkey Raffle can be directed to Chair Sophia Abrams at (513)562-7452.

FF Turkey

Order your kits now for Light Up Wyoming on 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14

Support Junior Women’s Club of Wyoming’s biggest fundraiser! All proceeds go to the JWC Foundation. Prior JWC grant winners include Wyoming City Schools, Pets In Need, Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank, Valley Interfaith and many others.

Light Up Kits include 20 candles, 20 bags, sand and instructions; cost $20 (senior discount = $15); and can be ordered as follows:

Online: Visit www.jwc-wyoming.org. Online orders must be received by Wednesday, Nov. 27, for FREE home delivery.

Mail: Complete and send this form to JWC, c/o Kate Wenning, 410 Oliver Road, Wyoming, OH 45215, by Nov. 27.

In-Person: Purchase your kits at the following locations and times:

Dec. 7: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at high school tennis court lot

Dec. 8: 12-4 p.m. at high school tennis court lot

Dec. 14: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at Wyoming Civic Center

*All online and mail orders must be received by Nov. 27 to qualify for free home delivery.

For more information, email lightup@jwc-wyoming.org or visit www.jwc-wyoming.org/light-up

Light Up

 

 

 

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This weekend, the Wyoming Middle School Drama Program proudly presents the 7th & 8th Grade Fall Play: Cinderstein 

CinderStein

Cinderstein, by Kamron Klitgaard, is a full-length comedy about the unraveling of the drama teacher’s efforts to write, rehearse, and produce a top-notch production combining the tale of Princess Cinderella and the story of Frankenstein. This season opener is certain to provide some timely pre-Halloween enchantment, fun, and laughter for the entire family!

Production dates: 

7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26: Come for a special alumni recognition performance where all WMS Drama Program graduates as well as current and former faculty and staff involved in the Middle School Drama Program will be honored.

2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27: All attendees are invited to come in their Halloween costumes and join the cast and crew for a Costume Parade immediately after the show!

Both performances will take place in Fay Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door. $10 for adults and $5 for students and staff. For online purchase visit: https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/35456. Tickets will also be available for purchase before or after school on Friday, Oct. 25, in the middle school lobby.

We look forward to seeing you at the show!

  

A message from the Wyoming Latin Club

Wyoming Latin

Starting this school year, the Wyoming Latin Club will sell yard signs to raise much needed funds for our club activities. The order form can be found using this link: https://wyominglatinclub.weebly.com/

Order deadline is on October 30, 2019, for those interested in buying a sign for your student (they don’t have to be a  member of the club to buy a sign).

Thank you for your support of Wyoming Latin!

 

Every member of the Wyoming community is invited to be part of a Wyoming City Schools CommUNITY Conversation

Wyoming City Schools and Superintendent Tim Weber would appreciate hearing from you! CommUNITY Conversations provide opportunities for Mr. Weber and community members to connect in small groups to share stories and discuss the issues that matter most.

What is a CommUNITY Conversation?

A CommUNITY Conversation is a gathering of 10-20 people in a home, business or place of worship. You gather your friends and provide a location and we’ll cover the rest. Mr. Weber would like to use these conversations as a way to learn more about Wyoming and to hear your thoughts about the strengths and opportunities for growth in our schools in a casual environment during the months of October and November.

WCS CC logo

How Can I Get Involved?

If you are interested in hosting a conversation, please call or email Executive Assistant Missy Horn at 513-206-7020 or hornm@wyomingcityschools.org to be added to the Conversation schedule.

This invitation is extended to all members of the Wyoming community. More information is available here: https://www.wyomingcityschools.org/news-events/

 

Community Events

Community Trunk or Treat Event

The Annual Trunk or Treat event at Friendship United Methodist Church, 1025 Springfield Pike, will take place 5-6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27. This is a family-friendly event for the entire neighborhood. There will be free popcorn, hot chocolate and plenty of fun to be had by all. Give your costumes a test run before school parties and Halloween Night. * Allergen free candy will be available; look for the teal pumpkins.

 

Enjoy Art for a Purpose at the Civic Center: 7-10:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9

Enjoy an evening of art with beverages, hors d’oeuvres and desserts, at the Civic Center benefiting The HealthCare Connection on Saturday, Nov. 9:

Art for a Purpose

 

Children’s International Summer Villages Information Nights

Children’s International Summer Villages (CISV) is an independent, non-profit, non-political, volunteer organization that offers children, youth, and adults the opportunity to make new friendships worldwide and to understand and appreciate different cultures. While CISV offers many different programs, the philosophy of CISV can be summarized as a commitment to promote peace education, to learn about other cultures through close friendships and to accept others without prejudices or stereotypes.  Applicants are selected to join delegations traveling to a variety of host countries.

Information Nights will take place 7-8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4, or Monday, Dec. 2, at Academy of World Languages, 2030 Fairfax Avenue, Cincinnati, 45207.

Children are invited to sample activities and meet kids who have traveled with CISV at Activity Day, 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, at Summit Country Day Lower School, Convent Land, off of 2161 Grandin Road, Cincinnati, 45208.

More information can be found here or at http://cincinnati.cisvusa.org/about-us/. Additional questions? Email mailto:cisvcincinnati@gmail.com.

 

 The Wyoming Firefighters Association Turkey Raffle is November 22 & 23!

The Firefighters’ Turkey Raffle is a fun, family-friendly event that has been a Wyoming tradition for over 80 years. This year the Firefighters’ Association is trying to raise additional funds to assist the Fire Department to equip the fire apparatus with needed tools and devices for you and your family’s continued safety, welfare and educational opportunities.

The raffle will be held at the Wyoming Civic Center, 1 Worthington Avenue, on Friday, November 22nd and Saturday, November 23rd. The raffle begins at 7 p.m. and lasts a little over an hour each night.

Playing is simple: exchange your purchased tickets for a number on the wheel giving you a chance to win a turkey. If your number is called, you win a turkey!!

Pick up your fresh turkey at the firehouse Tuesday November 26th. Last year approximately 200 turkeys were given away.

New to this year’s raffle! Station Family + BBQ will be serving some of their amazing and yummy food! There will also be beverages for sale at the event and other chances to win prizes!

Tickets can be purchased online www.wfatr.org

Can’t make it to the Turkey Raffle? – No worries! You can still support the Wyoming Firefighters Association by making a donation at www.wfatr.org. Any questions regarding the Turkey Raffle can be directed to Chair Sophia Abrams at (513)562-7452.

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A message from the Wyoming Latin Club

Starting this school year, the Wyoming Latin Club will sell yard signs to raise much needed funds for our club activities. The order form can be found using this link: https://wyominglatinclub.weebly.com/

Order deadline is on October 30, 2019, for those interested in buying a sign for your student (they don’t have to be a  member of the club to buy a sign).

Thank you for your support of Wyoming Latin!

Wyoming Latin

Every member of the Wyoming community is invited to be part of a Wyoming City Schools CommUNITY Conversation

Wyoming City Schools and Superintendent Tim Weber would appreciate hearing from you! CommUNITY Conversations provide opportunities for Mr. Weber and community members to connect in small groups to share stories and discuss the issues that matter most.

WCS CC logo

What is a CommUNITY Conversation?

A CommUNITY Conversation is a gathering of 10-20 people in a home, business or place of worship. You gather your friends and provide a location and we’ll cover the rest. Mr. Weber would like to use these conversations as a way to learn more about Wyoming and to hear your thoughts about the strengths and opportunities for growth in our schools in a casual environment during the months of October and November.

How Can I Get Involved?

If you are interested in hosting a conversation, please call or email Executive Assistant Missy Horn at 513-206-7020 or hornm@wyomingcityschools.org to be added to the Conversation schedule.

This invitation is extended to all members of the Wyoming community. More information is available here: https://www.wyomingcityschools.org/news-events/

 

Supporting Organization News

 

PSA Dine & Donate Event

PSA is offering a Dine & donate Event on Wednesday, October 23, 10:30 a.m.-10 p.m. at LaRosa’s Pizzeria on Springfield Pike. More information is available here: https://www.wyomingcityschools.org/news-events/2019-2020-district-event-calendar-online-version/psa-dine-donate-event-10-30am-10pm-larosa-s-pizzeria-on-springfield-pike1/?month=10&year=2019&categoryID=&relatedID=

 

Registration is NOW OPEN for WSMA’s CHILDREN’S THEATRE CAMP

Missoula Children’s Theatre travels the world producing one-week theatre residencies and their expertise and enthusiasm will be in Wyoming November 11-16 in Wyoming Middle School’s Fay Auditorium.

“JACK AND THE BEANSTALK” :  What happens when a young boy plants Wonder Beans in his own backyard? For Jack, it is the beginning of a great adventure. With a little help from P.T. Wonder and a Giant, Jack learns a valuable lesson about true happiness. This musical production also features a host of other characters, including the Elegant Harp, Jill, Mother, Milky White, the Farmers, the Merchants, the Circus Performers – and the Wonder Beans.

Theatre Camp Information:

  • This camp is only for Wyoming students in kindergarten – 6th grade.
  • This camp will run November 11 – 16, Monday – Friday from 4 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.  There are two shows on Saturday, November 16 at 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Students must be available the entire week in order to participate.
  • If you register and pay for the camp, your student is guaranteed a role in “Jack and the Beanstalk”.
  • All students will audition for their individual part/role on Monday between 4 – 6 p.m.  After the audition, some students will stay for rehearsal that evening and some will be finished for the day.  After the students learn their roles, they will receive a rehearsal schedule for the rest of the week (Kindergarten and 1st graders will not stay past 6 p.m. on school nights).  Students MUST be available for the FULL WEEK of rehearsals – they will not be excused for appointments or practices when they are called to rehearse.
  • Students do NOT have to prepare anything for the audition!  The Missoula directors will ask students to act and sing various things, but no advance preparation is necessary – just bring a smile and good attitude.
  • The cost to participate is $160 per student.

This includes: 

  • A full week of rehearsals with professional directors.
  • Two fully produced musical performances – with a full set and costumes from Missoula.
  • Snacks during every rehearsal break time.
  • Pizza dinner between the two shows on Saturday.
  • Two tickets to each show (additional tickets will be available for purchase).
  • and an amazing experience to learn about and appreciate the world of musical theatre!

Limited spaces available – once it is full in any given age group, we will start a wait list.

Register now at https://wyomingmusic.org/fundraisers/drama-fundraisers/register-now-for-jack-and-the-beanstalk/

 

Community Events

Enjoy Art for a Purpose at the Civic Center: 7-10:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9

Enjoy an evening of art with beverages, hors d’oeuvres and desserts, at the Civic Center benefiting The HealthCare Connection on Saturday, Nov. 9:

Art for a Purpose

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Supporting Organization News

 

PSA Dine & Donate Events

PSA is offering a Dine & donate Event on Sunday, October 13, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Tela Bar + Kitchen. No need to show a flyer. Just swing by!

 

Wyoming School Music Association’s Beats, Eats, and Treats at CWC, the Restaurant
Tuesday, October 15th
5p-9p
*registration required

Come for a casual gathering with yummy food and deeelicious music. To complement the brilliance of our fine Wyoming student performances, CWC will serve savory eats by the bite in the first wave and sweet treats by the bite in the second. Choose a ticket for the first session (5 p.m.-6:45 p.m.) or the second session (7:15 p.m.-9p.m.) — or buy one ticket to attend both sessions. Net proceeds go back to Wyoming School Music Association (WSMA) and a full bar will be available throughout the event for separate purchase (alcoholic beverages not included in the price of the ticket). Register here:  https://wyomingmusic.org/fundraisers/beats-eats-and-treats/.

 

Registration is NOW OPEN for WSMA’s CHILDREN’S THEATRE CAMP

Missoula Children’s Theatre travels the world producing one-week theatre residencies and their expertise and enthusiasm will be in Wyoming November 11-16 in Wyoming Middle School’s Fay Auditorium.

“JACK AND THE BEANSTALK” :  What happens when a young boy plants Wonder Beans in his own backyard? For Jack, it is the beginning of a great adventure. With a little help from P.T. Wonder and a Giant, Jack learns a valuable lesson about true happiness. This musical production also features a host of other characters, including the Elegant Harp, Jill, Mother, Milky White, the Farmers, the Merchants, the Circus Performers – and the Wonder Beans.

Theatre Camp Information:

  • This camp is only for Wyoming students in kindergarten – 6th grade.
  • This camp will run November 11 – 16, Monday – Friday from 4 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.  There are two shows on Saturday, November 16 at 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Students must be available the entire week in order to participate.
  • If you register and pay for the camp, your student is guaranteed a role in “Jack and the Beanstalk”.
  • All students will audition for their individual part/role on Monday between 4 – 6 p.m.  After the audition, some students will stay for rehearsal that evening and some will be finished for the day.  After the students learn their roles, they will receive a rehearsal schedule for the rest of the week (Kindergarten and 1st graders will not stay past 6 p.m. on school nights).  Students MUST be available for the FULL WEEK of rehearsals – they will not be excused for appointments or practices when they are called to rehearse.
  • Students do NOT have to prepare anything for the audition!  The Missoula directors will ask students to act and sing various things, but no advance preparation is necessary – just bring a smile and good attitude.
  • The cost to participate is $160 per student.

This includes: 

  • A full week of rehearsals with professional directors.
  • Two fully produced musical performances – with a full set and costumes from Missoula.
  • Snacks during every rehearsal break time.
  • Pizza dinner between the two shows on Saturday.
  • Two tickets to each show (additional tickets will be available for purchase).
  • and an amazing experience to learn about and appreciate the world of musical theatre!

Limited spaces available – once it is full in any given age group, we will start a wait list.

Register now at https://wyomingmusic.org/fundraisers/drama-fundraisers/register-now-for-jack-and-the-beanstalk/

 

Community Events

Experience The Lounge at the Wyoming Fine Arts Center: 6-9 p.m. Friday, October 11

Enjoy an evening of live jazz, including seasonal beverages and lite bites by CWC, The Restaurant, at the Wyoming Fine Art Center with the option to add on childcare in the Wyoming Civic Center candlepin bowling alley on Friday, October 11:

The Lounge

 

Enjoy Art for a Purpose at the Civic Center: 7-10:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9

Enjoy an evening of art with beverages, hors d’oeuvres and desserts, at the Civic Center benefiting The HealthCare Connection on Saturday, Nov. 9:

Art for a Purpose

 

 

 

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GET YOUR SPIRIT WEAR AT THESE POP-UP EVENTS

The 2019 Spirit Wear calendar of events is underway! Check out the schedule below for pop-up events! The spirit wear program has raised over $65,000 since its inception in 2012. The proceeds are equally split between the Wyoming Athletic Boosters Association and the Wyoming Parent Student Association.

You can visit the spirit wear shop 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday located in The T-Shirt Co., 413 Northland Blvd, Forest Park, 45240.

COE_2019

 Supporting Organization News

THE DEADLINE TO BE IN THE PSA PRINT DIRECTORY HAS BEEN EXTENDED!

Did you forget to donate to the Freedom from Fundraising campaign prior to September 27th? We get it. Life happens. The good news is, the DEADLINE TO DONATE and be in the print directory has been EXTENDED until October 8th! Click on the link to donate:

https://wyomingpsa.wordpress.com/donate/

IF YOU DONATED TO PSA ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 27TH, PICK UP YOUR SWAG AT THE WYOMING FALL FESTIVAL!

Over 600 households have already declared Freedom from Fundraising! If you have donated, be sure to stop by the PSA booth at the Fall Festival and pick up your swag! Can’t make it to Fall Festival? Stay tuned for future pick up dates!

 

Zero Waste Lunch Update and PSA Green Team News

Thanks to everyone for their support during our first Zero Waste Lunch of this year and the first Zero Waste Lunch district-wide ever. It was a great success!

The Primary students (who really have it down) reduced their waste by 40%! This is an impressive reduction. The Middle School reduced their waste by 17% and overall they have decreased waste significantly (even on regular lunch days) from where they began last year. The High School received two new waste sorting stations thanks to a grant from Hamilton County. This is an exciting development and now all the schools have these stations which help reduce cafeteria waste every day. We expect to see significant improvement at the High School for the next ZWL on November 21st.

Thanks again to all parents and students for your help in this effort. Every little bit counts!

Also, the Green Team will have a booth at this year’s Fall Festival on October 5th. We will be collecting small electronics and “Terracycle” items below:

  • Chip bags – all sizes
  • Foil lined granola, energy, etc. bar wrappers
  • Empty toothpaste tubes with caps, floss containers, toothbrushes and packaging
  • Deodorant containers with caps, soap, skin and hair care packaging, cosmetics packaging, used mascara wands
  • Brita and PUR dispensers, bottles, filters, pitchers, faucet filtration and packaging
  • Clean and dry #6 rigid plastic cups like Solo cups
  • Glue sticks, dried up markers, empty tape dispenser parts

And in order to further assist our kids in reducing waste during lunch, we will be selling reusable cutlery. The proceeds of which will go to a tree planting effort at Hilltop School. Please come by our booth!

If you have any questions about the PSA Green Team please contact Lauren Albarella at lauren.albarella@gmail.com or Elizabeth O’Keefe at ecokeefe1@gmail.com.

 

PSA Dine & Donate Events

PSA is offering two Dine & Donate events next week. Click each to learn more!

Sunday, October 6: PSA Dine & Donate Event 12-9 p.m. Dairy Queen Woodlawn

Monday, October 7: PSA Dine & Donate Event 4-9 p.m. Raising Cane’s Tri-County

 

Wyoming High School Alumni Association Cowboys Comeback!

This year the Wyoming Alumni Association will be hosting its first Cowboy Comeback! This event is geared toward all WHS graduates and all present and former teachers and staff of Wyoming City Schools. The Alumni Association is hoping to provide a fun event that helps all the people that have made Wyoming a great place reconnect!

Cowboys Comeback

 WHEN? October 5th, 2019

WHERE? Centennial Barn, 110 Compton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45215

TIME to be on the dance floor: 8 PM – Midnight WITH DJ DIAMOND!!!

WHY? TO HAVE FUN & continue WHS Alumni Association scholarship traditions!

HOW MUCH? $30 per person

DJ Diamond – Cash Bar – Giveaways – Early & Late Appetizers

Pay on the Website: www.wyominghighschoolalumni.com

OR

Venmo @Jim-Barre-WHSAA with all guests’ names

Any questions or concerns? Contact Justin Buckner at

Justin_buckner@hotmail.com or 513-376-2692

 

Wyoming School Music Association (WSMA) membership information

Hello Wyoming Music Supporters! A BIG thank you from WSMA to those of you who have already submitted your memberships and signed up to sell chip wheelies. They’ve had a great response so far. If you haven’t joined WSMA for the 2019-20 school year, it’s never too late to join us in supporting music in our schools.

Visit WSMA’s website at www.wyomingmusic.org/membership. You can submit your membership electronically or print a form to mail. If you have any questions about WSMA membership or want to get more involved, please call Lisa Duke or Martha Montgomery for information.

WSMA supports music in grades K-12 by funding purchases such as new instruments, music stands, risers, acoustic enhancements and student scholarships! We also provide volunteers, teacher support and publicity to help promote the importance of music education in our school district. We would love to have you join us in supporting music for our kids – joining is easy!

 

WSMA’s Beats, Eats, and Treats at CWC, the Restaurant
Tuesday, October 15th
5p-9p
*registration required

Come for a casual gathering with yummy food and deeelicious music. To complement the brilliance of our fine Wyoming student performances, CWC will serve savory eats by the bite in the first wave and sweet treats by the bite in the second. Choose a ticket for the first session (5 p.m.-6:45 p.m.) or the second session (7:15 p.m.-9p.m.) — or buy one ticket to attend both sessions. Net proceeds go back to Wyoming School Music Association (WSMA) and a full bar will be available throughout the event for separate purchase (alcoholic beverages not included in the price of the ticket). Register here:  https://wyomingmusic.org/fundraisers/beats-eats-and-treats/.

 

Community Events

Experience The Lounge at the Wyoming Fine Arts Center: 6-9 p.m. Friday, October 11

Enjoy an evening of live jazz, including seasonal beverages and lite bites by CWC, The Restaurant, at the Wyoming Fine Art Center with the option to add on childcare in the Wyoming Civic Center candlepin bowling alley on Friday, October 11:

The Lounge

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ATTENTION ALL CURRENT 8TH, 9TH, 10TH, AND 11TH GRADE BAND PARENTS!

From Mr. Kaiser and Mr. DeWitt:

2020 – 2021 Wyoming Band SUMMER Schedule – Now with two extra weeks of summer!!!!!

Pre Camp

Tuesday July 21st, 6pm – 9pm (half marching basics, half music rehearsal/guard sectional)

Wednesday July 22nd, 6pm – 9pm (half marching basics, half music rehearsal/guard sectional)

Thursday July 23rd, 6pm – 9pm (half marching basics, half music rehearsal/guard sectional)

Band Camp

Sunday July 26th, meet at WHS at noon through Thursday July 30th, home late evening

***NOT FRIDAY, Parent Performance at a later date***

Post Camp

May need to be adjusted based on the date of 9th Grade Orientation (TBA)

Tuesday August 4th, 6pm – 9pm

Thursday August 6th, 6pm – 9pm

Tuesday August 11th, 6pm – 9pm

School starts Thursday August 13th

 

GET YOUR SPIRIT WEAR AT THESE POP-UP EVENTS!

The 2019 Spirit Wear calendar of events is underway! Check out the schedule below for pop-up events! The spirit wear program has raised over $65,000 since its inception in 2012. The proceeds are equally split between the Wyoming Athletic Boosters Association and the Wyoming Parent Student Association.

You can visit the spirit wear shop 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday located in The T-Shirt Co., 413 Northland Blvd, Forest Park, 45240.

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Supporting Organization News

FRIDAY IS THE FINAL DAY TO DONATE AND BE IN THE PSA PRINT DIRECTORY! 

The deadline to donate to PSA’s Freedom from Fundraising campaign and be in PSA’s print directory is this Friday, September 27!  To donate, please go to https://wyomingpsa.wordpress.com/donate/

Thank you for supporting Wyoming PSA!

 

Wyoming High School Alumni Association Cowboys Comeback!

This year the Wyoming Alumni Association will be hosting its first Cowboy Comeback! This event is geared toward all WHS graduates and all present and former teachers and staff of Wyoming City Schools. The Alumni Association is hoping to provide a fun event that helps all the people that have made Wyoming a great place reconnect!

Cowboys Comeback

 WHEN? October 5th, 2019

WHERE? Centennial Barn, 110 Compton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45215

TIME to be on the dance floor: 8 PM – Midnight WITH DJ DIAMOND!!!

WHY? TO HAVE FUN & continue WHS Alumni Association scholarship traditions!

HOW MUCH? $30 per person

DJ Diamond – Cash Bar – Giveaways – Early & Late Appetizers

Pay on the Website: www.wyominghighschoolalumni.com

OR

Venmo @Jim-Barre-WHSAA with all guests’ names

Any questions or concerns? Contact Justin Buckner at

Justin_buckner@hotmail.com or 513-376-2692

 

Wyoming School Music Association membership information

Hello Wyoming Music Supporters! A BIG thank you from WSMA to those of you who have already submitted your memberships and signed up to sell chip wheelies. They’ve had a great response so far. If you haven’t joined WSMA for the 2019-20 school year, it’s never too late to join us in supporting music in our schools.

Visit WSMA’s website at www.wyomingmusic.org/membership. You can submit your membership electronically or print a form to mail. If you have any questions about WSMA membership or want to get more involved, please call Lisa Duke or Martha Montgomery for information.

WSMA supports music in grades K-12 by funding purchases such as new instruments, music stands, risers, acoustic enhancements and student scholarships! We also provide volunteers, teacher support and publicity to help promote the importance of music education in our school district. We would love to have you join us in supporting music for our kids – joining is easy!

 

Community Events

UC DAAP Saturday Art

The School of Art at UC (within DAAP) is offering a community-based art program called Saturday Art for K-12 students over six Saturdays in October and November of this year:

DAAP Saturdays

 

Experience The Lounge at the Wyoming Fine Arts Center: 6-9 p.m. Friday, October 11

Enjoy an evening of live jazz, including seasonal beverages and lite bites by CWC, The Restaurant, at the Wyoming Fine Art Center with the option to add on childcare in the Wyoming Civic Center candlepin bowling alley on Friday, October 11:

The Lounge

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