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WPS Parents,
The Board of Education seeks up to three parents to serve as members of the district’s Wellness Committee, charged with annual reviews of the district’s wellness policy and implementation.

 

 If you are interested, please contact Assistant Superintendent for Finance & Administrative Services, Matt Lewis, at lewism2@wyomingps.org by April 19th.

Welcome To Wyoming Public Schools!

Our District is located in the city of Wyoming, Michigan, the largest suburb of metropolitan Grand Rapids and the 18th largest city in Michigan. It is a city of well-kept neighborhoods and parks. Recreational and cultural opportunities abound, and the community atmosphere emphasizes family values.

The Wyoming Public School District has a staff of approximately 475 employees, including teachers, administrators, secretaries, paraeducators, food service, maintenance and custodial staff, bus drivers, mechanics, and community education personnel. Our student enrollment is approximately 4,500 students.

WPS Vision Statement

Wyoming Public Schools will be the first choice for education and the pride of our community.

WPS Mission Statement

Wyoming Public Schools will empower all students to discover and achieve their potential in an inclusive, inspiring, and innovative culture of learning.

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7 days ago

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Our friends from HOPE Gardens visited Wyoming Regional Center today to garden with our students! 💜🌱🌿 #BetterTogetherWPS #WyomingWolvesWhat a beautiful group of children we were privileged to teach today. We love gardening with kids at Wyoming Regional Center. The staff there truly care about the children and are planting good seeds in their lives. See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

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TEAM 21 kids at Parkview Elementary learned the skill of preparing root chips and using spices during the Chef Jr. of H.O.P.E. class. Chef Patrick Conrade from The Sovengard in Grand Rapids, prepared sliced root vegetable from local growers using olive oil and spices for a tasty treat. The children were so excited to wear their chef aprons that were so lovingly sewn by more than a dozen volunteers. The kids were eating raw root vegetables and baked root chips and wanted more! They all took their aprons home as well as a cooking utensil.
A big thanks to The Sovengard and Patrick Conrade for their generous donation of time and food. #BetterTogetherWPS #WyomingWolvesTeam 21 kids at Parkview Elementary learned the skill of preparing root chips and using spices during the Chef Jr. of H.O.P.E. class. Chef Patrick Conrade from The Sovengard in Grand Rapids, prepared sliced root vegetables from local growers using olive oil and spices for a tasty treat. The children were so excited to wear their chef aprons that were so lovingly sewn by more than a dozen volunteers. The kids were eating raw root vegetables and baked root chips and wanted more! They all took their aprons home as well as a cooking utensil.
A big thanks to The Sovengard and Patrick Conrade for their generous donation of time and food.
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