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Assistant Superintendent Ericka Simmons
Suzy Henke

In addition to her expertise in curriculum, instruction, and assessment, 32-year educator has a proven history of collaboration and building positive school climates for students.

At the June 7, 2024, Wyoming City Schools Board of Education meeting, Ericka Simmons was named the next Assistant Superintendent of Wyoming City Schools.

“Mrs. Simmons brings impressive experience and a track record of successful educational leadership with a focus on student development and the implementation of innovative educational strategies,” said Superintendent Tim Weber. 

Mrs. Simmons brings 32 years of education experience to Wyoming City Schools. She is currently the Principal of Mariemont Elementary School and Mariemont City Schools Director of Equity and Inclusion. Previously, she served as a Principal in the Lakota Local School District and Winton Woods City Schools and taught in Winton Woods and Sycamore Community Schools. In addition to her expertise in curriculum, instruction, and assessment, Mrs. Simmons has a proven history of collaborative relationship building and promoting positive school climates.

“I firmly believe that prioritizing student needs in decision-making processes is fundamental to the success of both individual schools and the district as a whole,” said Mrs. Simmons. “I’m very excited to contribute to the continued success of Wyoming City Schools.”

Mrs. Simmons attended Miami University earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s Degree in Elementary Mathematics Education. She has a Master’s Degree in Education Administration from the University of Cincinnati and is currently in the Educational Leadership Doctoral Program at Miami University.

Mrs. Simmons was selected from a talented candidate pool in a competitive process that included input and participation from staff and community members. Her contract will begin August 1, 2024, with up to 15 paid transition days prior to the start of the contract. 

Current Wyoming City Schools Assistant Superintendent Dr. Ashley Whitely is leaving to become the Superintendent of Lakota Local School District. We thank her for her leadership and dedication to the students, staff, and families of Wyoming City Schools and wish her continued success in all her future endeavors!

Ericka Simmons

 

Damon Cavitt News Note
Suzy Henke

On April 28, rising Wyoming High School senior Damon Cavitt competed at the USA Gymnastics men's finals where he finished 5th in the rings for his level and age group. Damon has made the USA Gymnastics Academic-All American Team three years in a row!

Congratulations and great work, Damon!

Damon Cavitt

 

Michael Voynovich
Suzy Henke

Student-centered educator brings wealth of knowledge and experience, including 10 years as a high school teacher and 9 years as a school administrator.

At the May 29, 2024, Wyoming City Schools Board of Education meeting, Michael Voynovich was named the next Principal of Wyoming High School.

“Mr. Voynovich brings incredibly impressive talent, skills, and experience to us and he’s very excited to work with the students, staff, and entire community of Wyoming,” said Superintendent Tim Weber. 

Mr. Voynovich brings 19 years of education experience to Wyoming High School. He is currently the Principal of Franklin High School. Previous positions include Principal of Franklin Junior High School, Assistant Principal of Franklin High School, Assistant Principal of Indian Hill Middle School, and Advanced Placement Government Teacher. Mr. Voynovich is a good communicator and an excellent listener who values the perspectives of others. In each of his prior roles, he has prioritized student needs and worked quickly to produce innovative solutions that are tangible and effective.

“I also understand the importance of showing every member of the faculty and staff that they are valued,” said Mr. Voynovich. “Each day, I strive to help every person in my building achieve their dreams - without exception.”

Mr. Voynovich attended the University of Cincinnati earning Master’s Degrees in Educational Leadership and Secondary Education, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History.

Mr. Voynovich was selected from a talented candidate pool in a competitive process that included input and participation from students, staff, and community members.

Mr. Voynovich’s contract will begin August 1, 2024, with up to 10 paid transition days prior to the start of the contract. Current Wyoming High School Principal James Stallings is leaving to become the Assistant Director of Student Services of Princeton City Schools. We thank him for his leadership and dedication to the students, staff, and families of Wyoming High School and wish him continued success in all his future endeavors!

Michael Voynovich

 

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Suzy Henke

Serving on the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) is a great way to be informed and be of service to Wyoming City Schools ad the community!

Come join the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC)! The CAC - made up of volunteer Wyoming residents, district staff, and Board of Education members - is a research and communication arm of the Wyoming City Schools Board of Education. CAC members serve two-year terms. To learn more and apply, click here.

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