2022-2023 School Year Theme: Courage!
Click here to order your Courage t-shirts or reach Angela at email@example.com
*Courage t-shirts can be worn on the first of the month with jeans
Before/After School Activities & Care
- Morning Care and After Care Rates
- Before Care Registration
- Club Eagle After Care Registration
- Parker’s Pals Registration
After School Club
We are so excited to have your child join our after-school program. Please complete a registration for each student you wish to enroll for after-school activities.
Billing for after-school clubs will be processed through Alma, our parent portal. Please be sure to complete your registrations no later than September 1st. After this date, we can not guarantee placement.
Please get in touch with Joy Sonntag at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Be mindful of your selections for your child to ensure all students have the opportunity to participate.
There is a minimum of 6 students required for us to offer the club and class size limits.
After School Activities Registration
*Please note that dates are subject to change.
Below are step-by-step instructions on completing the annual required paperwork for each student and family before starting the school year. Please read and complete each step.
STEP 1 — MANDATORY ANNUAL FORM
Complete one entry for your entire family.
STEP 2 — MANDATORY HEALTH FORM
You will fill out a two-page health information section for each child on this form. It may be helpful to gather health insurance cards, doctor and dentist contact information, and emergency contact numbers before you begin.
*If your child requires an Individual Health Care Plan (due to chronic medical conditions), and a Food Allergy Action Plan (FAAP), please CLICK HERE to read an important message from Nurse Chouljian.
STEP 3 — UPDATED RECORDS
Each student must have the items below on record before the first day of school. By Florida law, children are not allowed to enter school until these forms have been submitted and are on file. Documents can be submitted here.
- Updated immunization form (new and K-5 students only)
- Updated physical form (new students and rising 6th-grade students only)
- Copy of the birth certificate (new students)
STEP 4 — MANDATORY TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTABLE USAGE POLICY & HANDBOOK
Click here to read about the updates, review the Acceptable Usage Policy & Technology Handbook, and digitally complete / sign the form.
Required Annual Forms for Eagle Athletics
(please complete before trying out for an Eagle Athletics Team)
Park Maitland School Handbooks
Please sign the electronic signature section on the Mandatory Annual Forms once you read the Handbook.
- Section A – About the School
- Section B – The School Day
- Section C – Academics & Enrichment
- Section D – Dress Code
- Technology Handbook & Acceptable Use Policy
Uniforms & Carpool
- Uniform Ordering – 3N2
- Uniform Ordering – Lands’ End
- Spirit Store
- Carpool Map K4-K5
- Carpool Map Grades 1-6
PowerSchool Grade Portal
Bagel King’s Healthy Kids’ School Lunch offers up to 8 different lunch options daily, including gluten-free, dairy-free, and meat-free options. They also buy locally grown fruit and vegetables. All bread, bagels, and desserts are made in-house daily! Bagel King supplies beverages with each chosen meal, plus you can order up to 7 am the day of delivery. Questions? Call (407) 657-6266 ext. 105 to speak with Julie Medeiros.
State of Florida Educator Misconduct Policy
All employees and administrators are obliged to report misconduct by instructional personnel and school administrators, which affects a student’s health, safety, or welfare. Examples of misconduct include obscene language, drug and alcohol use, disparaging comments, prejudice or bigotry, sexual innuendo, cheating or testing violations, physical aggression, and accepting or offering favors. Employees’ misconduct reports should be made to the appropriate administrator along with the Human Resources department reports of misconduct committed by administrators to Melanie Taplin, Regional Director of Spring Education Group. Legally sufficient allegations of misconduct by Florida-certified educators will be reported to the Office of Professional Practices Services. The school Employee Handbook posted policies and procedures for reporting misconduct by instructional personnel or school administrators that affect a student’s health, safety, or welfare.