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Student Registration

Student Registration

Wyoming Public Schools welcomes student enrollment in any of our four elementary schools, one 5th/6th grade intermediate school, one 7th, 8th, 9th grade Junior High, and one 10th, 11th, and 12th grade High School.

Each school offers a comprehensive curriculum with clearly defined standards in all subjects at each grade level.

In order to enroll your child in Wyoming Public Schools, simply contact the Administration Building to receive a registration form and other relevant information.

You will need to provide the following information in order to confirm your child’s enrollment:

Your child’s state-certified Birth Certificate
Two proofs of your residency (Lease agreement, Tax record,  Utility Bill)
Copy of your child’s immunization record
Picture ID for parent or guardian
High School students must bring a transcript of credits earned
Schools of Choice Program

Schools of Choice Program 2018 -2019 school year

Open Enrollment Period: April 9 through May 11, 2018 4:00 pm

Wyoming Public Schools participates in both the Kent ISD Schools of Choice Plan 2018 for those students who live in Kent County but outside the Wyoming resident district boundaries, the district also participates in the State 105c plan, which allows students from neighboring counties to attend our district.
The Board of Education has once again limited the acceptance of new Kent County out of district resident students to 150 students, Kindergarten through going into 5th grade based on space available at the desired building. The window to apply for acceptance is April 9 through May 11, 2018 at 4:00pm.  Applications are available at the Administration building at 3575 Gladiola Ave SW, Wyoming, MI 49519 or on our district website, www.wyomingps.org

Application Process

  • One application form per child must be submitted to the district Central Office for your first district of choice only by 4:00 pm on May 11, 2018.
  • Acceptance of new Schools of Choice applicants will be limited to Kindergarten through going into 5th grade.  150 slots are available.
  • Acceptance of new Schools of Choice applicants under 105c (out of county residents) will be accepted beginning April 9 through May 11, 2018.Applications are available at the Administration office or online (note:  we will be accepting 10 out of county applicants Kindergarten through going into 5th grade).
  • Application should be made to ONLY one district, with your second choice being  noted on the application.
  • Applicants will be informed by May 21 if they have been accepted
  • Please call the administration office if you have questions.

Schools of Choice Rules and regulations

Annual reapplication is not required

    • Signature from releasing home district Superintendent is not required
    • Transportation is not provided 
    • A student who has been suspended, expelled or convicted of a felony may be excluded from Schools of Choice
    • The Michigan High School Athletic Association requires a student to wait one semester after enrolling in a new district (under Schools of Choice) before participating in athletics
Immunization Requirements

Required childhood immunization for Michigan child care/preschool and school settings.

Preschool Enrollment

Get your child off to a great start right in your own neighborhood. Preschools close to home involve your child in skill-building activities with other children, laying the foundation for educational success. Your child explores his unique interests at his own pace with the encouragement of experienced, caring teachers. Choose from 2, 3 and 4 half-day and full day programs. Eligibility: Children must meet preschool guidelines.

Program Goals

1) Teach basic readiness skills in langauge arts and arithmetic
2) Provide a stimulating environment for learning
3) Develop your child’s senses, muscles,curiosity, mental and creative
abilities
4) Instill basic skills necessary to get along with other children
5) Reinforce values already taught at home to enable children to be increasingly responsible  for themselves and their behavior

Our Programs 2016-2017

Tuition Program:

16-17 Tuition Preschool- English

16-17 Tuition Preschool – Spanish

Registration form 2016 – 2017 English

Registration form 2016 – 2017 Spanish

HealthAppraisal

Great Start Readiness Program (Free) 

Tuition Program:

Pre-Application- English

Brochure – English

Pre-Application – Spanish

Brochure – Spanish

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Wyoming Intermediate Team 21 students worked hard yesterday to beautify their garden as well as repair garden boxes. Students used hammer, nails, handsaws and drills with refurbished wood. They then finish coated the decoupage art from last week and added pieces to their garden. They also enjoyed nature framed art created with flowers and leaves from their surroundings. We finished the day with lemonade flavored with watermelon slices and fresh peppermint. 🌳🌻🌺🌿
#BetterTogetherWPS #WyomingWolvesTeam 21 middle schoolers worked hard today to beautify their garden as well as repair garden boxes. They enjoyed using hammer, nails, handsaws and drills with refurbished wood. They finish coated the decoupage art from last week and added pieces to their garden. They also enjoyed nature framed art created with flowers and leaves from their surroundings. We finished the day with lemonade flavored with watermelon slices and fresh peppermint.
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Students from the Gladiola Team 21 program learned the waggle dance to discover where the honey sticks were hidden. Three scouts were sent out to find the honey, come back to the hive and waggle dance their groups to the sweet treat.
Students then decorated a bee box that will soon be filled with bees at Brad Cloutier’s homestead. We appreciate Brad taking time from his work schedule to share his skill.
A shout out to his employer, The BUNN Company. Their Community Outreach program encourages employees to become involved in volunteer philanthropic efforts.
Thank you Michigan Beekeepers’ Association for the honey stick donations. The students loved their sweet treat. 🐝💜🐝💜
#BetterTogetherWPS #WyomingWolvesGladiola Team 21 kids learned the waggle dance to discover where the honey sticks were hidden. Three scouts were sent out to find the honey, come back to the hive and waggle dance their groups to the sweet treat.
Kids decorated a bee box that will soon be filled with bees at Brad Cloutier’s homestead. We appreciate Brad taking time from his work schedule to share his skill.
A shout out to his employer, The BUNN Company. Their Community Outreach program encourages employees to become involved in volunteer philanthropic efforts. Employees are given paid time off for approved initiatives.
Thank you Michigan Beekeepers’ Association for the honey stick donations. The kids loved their sweet treat.
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