This year we will be conducting our "Back to School" orientations virtually to provide a safe method for families and students to learn more about our school policies and procedures and obtain any information needed prior to coming to school! This page has been developed to walk you through the orientation process virtually. It is recommended to follow the steps below to ensure you do not miss anything important! 


    Step 1: General Information

    Start Dates

    August 12th: 1st-5th grade students

    August 17th: PK/K Girl (no parents on campus with students)

    August 18th: PK/K Boys (no parents on campus with students)

    School Times


    Students can not be on campus until 6:50 am.


    Step 2: Welcome Back from our Principal


    Step 3: Supplies

    Please follow the district supply lists found on our website here.  On the first day of school, only bring classroom essentials that will be used daily and cleaning supplies.  Please keep extra supplies at home.  Your teacher will notify you when your child runs out of a specific item. 


    Step 4: Masks

    All students are required to wear a mask at all times. We suggest you put an extra mask in a brown paper bag inside of the school bag. Also, make sure all masks have the student’s name on it.


    Step 5: Transportation

    Please refer to the Principal's email sent on August 3rd for detailed information.


    Step 6: COVID SAFETY

    Airline Park will follow the district’s policies for safety. 

    • Temperature checks at the beginning of the day, and periodically throughout the day.
    • Anyone registering a temperature of 99.4 and higher will be sent to the office for a temp recheck. If their temperature is still elevated, a parent will be contacted to pick up the student. 
    • Water fountain mouth spouts will not be accessible. Students should have a water bottle with them to refill throughout the day.
    • If a person is experiencing below symptoms they will be sent to the wellness room until a parent retrieves them from school
      • Chills or shaking
      • Muscle pain
      • Headache
      • Sore throat
      • Facial flushing
      • Generalized rash
      • Fever of 99.4 F or greater 
      • Persistent cough not related to a known underlying condition
      • Shortness of breath
      • New loss of taste or smelll
      • Persistent vomiting or diarrhea
      • Two or more of the following symptoms:
    • Hand Sanitizer pumps throughout the hallways
    • Sanitation of classrooms happening throughout the day
    • Students will be expected to wash hands before collecting their food in the cafeteria and in the restrooms
    • Students will receive hand sanitizer as they enter campus every morning.


    Step 7: Grading Policy

    The school year is divided into 4 - 9 week terms.

    Pre-K & K

    Progress Reports each 9 weeks

    1st & 2nd Grades

    ELA & Math: 7 tests & 6 participation grades each 9 weeks

    Science & Social Studies: 6 participation grades each 9 weeks

    3rd Grade

    ELA,Math, Science, & Social Studies 

    7 tests & 6 participation grades each 9 weeks

    * Science & Social Studies are non-promotional.

    4th & 5th Grades

    ELA,Math, Science, & Social Studies

    7 tests & 6 participation grades each 9 weeks

    * Science & Social Studies are promotional.



    The school district provides a means to monitor your student’s grades and attendance electronically via the JCAMPUS Student Progress Center.  The information regarding parent/guardian will be provided to students and families at the beginning of the school year.



    A report card will be issued to your child every nine (9) weeks term.  Parents/guardians must sign the report card envelope but may keep the report card document itself. Report card envelopes are expected to be returned the day after they are issued.  The key on the report card will indicate the progress made by your student.



    An interim report will be issued at the midway point of the marking period.  These reports will indicate the current academic progress for your student.  Please note if your student is having academic or behavior issues at this point.


    Step 8: Meet Your Teachers!


    Click the icons below to access each grade-level's introduction presentation! By viewing the presentations below you will be able to Meet your student's teachers!     

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    Step 9: Register for Childcare

    This year we will be offering After-School child care but spaces are limited. All families interested in registering their child for child care should complete THIS SURVEY at your earliest convience before completing the registration form.  Once we have more information we will link the registration form here.


    • Registration Fee (one time): $20.00
    • Daily Rate: $7.00
    • Weekly Rate: $27.00