Wyoming City Schools
Quality Profile

Dear Wyoming City Schools Family,

Today, Wyoming is joining more than 20 school districts in Ohio to release our Quality Profile, a robust companion to the state’s Local Report Card. The idea for the Quality Profile came about when superintendents from 10 high-performing districts in the area decided to work together to develop a template that would better characterize the value of public education beyond standardized testing. Dr. Lang helped to lead this effort, along with superintendents from Forest Hills, Indian Hill, Loveland, Madeira, Mariemont, Mason, Milford, Oak Hills, and Sycamore. The document below is the result of months and months of collaboration between district leaders and covers 10 categories: academics, arts, commitment to improvement, digital learning, fiscal stewardship, parent and community involvement, staff leadership, student activities, student leadership. and student services.

We strongly believe that the Quality Profile helps to define our commitment to offering every child a well-rounded educational experience. It is our hope that the tool will further demonstrate the value of a K-12 education in Wyoming. The document was released to the media and posted on the Wyoming City Schools website.

The Wyoming City Schools Quality Profile can be viewed by clicking on the link below. It can also be viewed at www.wyomingcityschools.org. Also shown below is a link to the press release that was distributed with details about the Quality Profile.

A special thank you to the members of the Board of Education, Dr. Lang, the administrative team, Patti Clark, Suzy Henke, and supporting organizations including Wyoming Youth Services, Wyoming Schools Foundation, PSA and WSMA for their contributions to the Quality Profile.

We hope you enjoy reading all of the recent accomplishments listed in the document. It is a true indicator of the outstanding experiences that are offered to families in the district.

Thank You,
Susanna Max
Director of Public Relations

QUALITY REPORT - Wyoming City Schools