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Did you know that The Wyoming Spirit Wear Store has partnered with the Wyoming Parent School Association (PSA) and the Wyoming Athletic Booster Club for over 8 years? In that time, the program has raised over $70,000 that is equally split between the Wyoming PSA and the Wyoming Athletic Booster Club! 

The Fall 2020 collection is now available online: https://wyocowboygear.myshopify.com. You can choose local pick up of your items or have them shipped to your home!

From the Wyoming Athletic Boosters:

It’s not too late to join the Athletic Boosters! 

Now more than ever, we need your support. The boosters help fund the cost of equipment, tournament transportation and facility maintenance for all 7th-12th grade boys and girls sports programs. Your contribution will help the current and future success of Wyoming Athletics. 

To join, go to: https://wyomingathletics.org/sports/2020/6/23/hometown-ticketing.aspx and scroll to the bottom for SEASON PASSES, or complete the attached form and drop off at the high school office!

From the Wyoming Parent School Association:

REMINDER: We want you! Thank you to everyone who has already signed up as a new member or renewed their membership. There’s still time for those of you that haven’t done so yet! The deadline to activate your account and choose your option is Wednesday, September 30th, to be included in the print directory.

Understanding we are in unprecedented times, we are excited to offer two new membership options this year.

  • For $20 a year, you can be a Parent School Association (PSA) Member, which includes: PSA voting rights, inclusion in the directory, a print copy of the student and family directory (with the option to buy additional print copies), and access to the directory online or through the Membership Toolkit app.
  • Not ready to commit? You can still be part of the PSA community at no cost. This option includes access to the online and app directory and a listing in the print directory.

To sign up for the option that is the best fit for your family, please follow the steps on the Membership ToolKit website.

Don’t delay!  Any questions? Learn more on our website or drop us a line at membershipwyomingpsa@gmail.com.

From the Wyoming School Foundation:

“DUCKY DERBY” Family Fun!

This year, a virtual event is being held to support local charitable organizations. By purchasing a duck (or a family of them), you have a chance to win cash prizes while supporting the Wyoming School Foundation (WSF)! Visit https://runsignup.com/Race/OH/Loveland/TheDuckyDerbySplashandDashforCharity, select the WYOMING SCHOOL FOUNDATION as your beneficiary. Assign each rubber duck (or bear, tiger or panda) to a different family member for a friendly competition! 

All the ducks will be dropped into the Little Miami River at 9 a.m. Sunday, October 11, while you watch LIVE online (or opt for text messages) to receive updates on your duck’s progress!

From Wyoming School Music Association:

Join Wyoming School Music Association (WSMA) Today

There has never been a more important time to bring joy into our lives than now, and bringing MUSIC into yours is a great start!

During this most unpredictable school year ahead of us, you can be certain that the excellence of the Wyoming City Schools music program won’t miss a beat. WSMA invites you to join us in supporting our teachers and district in providing a rich musical experience for all students K-12. 

Already a member? Please renew and thank you for your ongoing support. 

New to the community or to WSMA? Welcome! Please consider joining. 

It only takes a few minutes at our secure web page: https://wyomingmusic.org/membership/

WSMA Yard Sign Deadline is Tomorrow

WSMA is selling yard signs to the families of high school students who participate in WHS band, orchestra, choir and color guard until September 25th, 2020. Signs can be ordered online at https://wyomingmusic.org/fundraisers/yard-signs/  If you prefer to pay by check, you can download and print the order form from this website and mail to WSMA Yard Signs, 305 Chenora Court, Wyoming, OH 45215

If you have any questions, please contact Laura Lea Murley, llmurley@hotmail.com, 513-293-9186. And, please, place your order before tomorrow, Friday, September 25th, 2020.

Community News & Events:

Free Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing for Hamilton County Residents

Date/Time: Saturday, October 3, 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Location: Woodlawn Pool parking lot, 10120 Woodlawn Blvd.

Pre-registration is encouraged to streamline testing but is not required. Click here to pre-register.

Important Election Information/Deadlines

Monday, October 5 – Deadline to register to vote for the November 3 General Election*

Tuesday, October 6 – Absentee ballots are mailed by the BOE and are due at noon on October 31.* Click here for the application to request an absentee ballot. 

October 6-November 2 – Early Voting at BOE-4700 Smith Rd. (45212) Click here to see the dates/times you can vote early.

Tuesday, November 3 – Election Day – polls are open in Ohio from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

If you need to register to vote, click here:

If you think you are registered but you want to be sure, click here:

If you know you are registered and plan to vote in person and want to know where to vote, click here:

All other voting/election inquiries must be addressed by the Hamilton County Board of Elections. Their phone number is 513-632-7000 or visit their website at: https://votehamiltoncountyohio.gov/

Remember, there are three ways to vote in Hamilton County:

  1. Absentee/Vote by Mail
  2. Vote Early at the Board of Elections, 4700 Smith Road, Cincinnati OH  45212
  3. At your precinct on Tuesday, November 3

*Please note, many Hamilton County residents have been receiving multiple mailings asking you to either register to vote or request an absentee ballot. Regardless of how many of these mailings you receive, you only need to register yourself once and you only need to request an absentee ballot once and mail it in once. If you have any questions regarding the validity of something you receive in the mail, please contact the Board of Elections directly at 513-632-7000.

From the City of Wyoming:

Hot Chocolate with the Mayor (for students, grades 6-12)

Date/Time: 9-10 a.m. Saturday, September 26

Location: Village Green

Mayor Hoffmeister invites students in grades 6-12 for a question and answer session on how the city and federal governments operate. This will not be a discussion on politics but a question-and-answer session on how the government functions on the local and national level. Parents are also welcome to attend; however, the Mayor will only be answering student questions. Due to the need for social distance, the number of students is limited to ten to meet outside on the Village Green and hot chocolate will be served! To RSVP, please send an email to Lynn Tetley at ltetley@wyomingohio.gov

From the Wyoming Fine Arts Center:

WFAC is now enrolling for fall music and art classes. Please visit www.musicartdance.org for more information or call 513.948.1900 or email director@musicartdance.org to learn more.The City of Wyoming and The Wyoming Fine Arts Center are excited to have Know Theatre of Cincinnati perform Fannie in a social distance environment in the parking lot behind The Center on September 26. You can learn more and purchase tickets at: https://www.knowtheatre.com/fannie/

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