Wyoming City Schools is celebrating the amazing success of the Bengals along with the rest of Cincinnati! Last week, our Wyoming Middle School Student Council led a fundraiser in which students and staff members purchased $1 pieces of tape to stick their principals to the wall. This event resulted in more than $550 being donated to the Joe Burrow Hunger Relief Fund!
Let’s follow the lead of our students and serve others while we celebrate!
If Wyoming City Schools collects $4000 to be split evenly between the Joe Burrow Hunger Relief Fund and the Cincinnati Freestore Foodbank by the end of the day on Tuesday, Feb. 8, schools will be closed to staff and students on Monday, February 14, the day after the Bengals win the Super Bowl!
If each student and staff member donates $2, we will more than meet our goal! Students and staff members can drop their dollars at the front office of their school. Donations can also be made using this QR code or through this link.
In addition to celebrating the Bengals and serving others, this decision is also a practical one. Due to COVID-related issues, keeping our buildings staffed has been a daily struggle this semester. Substitute teacher availability on Monday, Feb. 14, is forecasted to be a huge challenge. With this in mind, we would like to give our families as much time as possible to plan for a day out of school.
The Joe Burrow Hunger Relief Fund is designed to make a difference in food insecurity across Southeast Ohio for generations to come. Click here to learn more about the Joe Burrow Hunger Relief Fund.
The Cincinnati Freestore Foodbank’s mission is to improve lives by eliminating hunger in partnership with our community. Click here to learn more about the Cincinnati Freestore Foodbank.
Let’s make it meaningful! Go Bengals!