Welcome to the website of City Park School. We're glad you have chosen our school for your child's educational needs.
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At City Park, providing your child with the best education is very important to us. Our faculty and staff are dedicated to meeting the learning needs of your child through our curriculum and exceptional learning programs. We encourage parent involvement and offer many opportunities throughout the school year for you to participate in your child's education.
We hope that you will visit our site often and learn about all of the great things City Park School has to offer. If you are interested in learning more about our school, we encourage you to visit City Park. Please call the City Park office at 423-745-3862 to schedule this visit. For directions to City Park, scroll to the bottom of this page and enter your address.
Kristine Walden, Principal
The mission of City Park Elementary School, in partnership with the community, is to facilitate Adequate Yearly Progress for all students, as measured by the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program and the Athens City Schools System Benchmarks, enabling them to lead fulfilling and productive lives in a rapidly changing and increasingly complex society.
The vision of City Park School is to fully provide students the opportunity to be successful in our rapidly changing world through instruction, technology, and wellness based ideology that recognizes each child as a unique individual.
1.We believe in providing all children the language arts, math, physical education,fine arts, science, social studies and technology skills, which will enable them to communicate and function effectively now and in the future.
2. We believe it is in the best interest of each child in society for him/her to develop as disciplined and responsible individuals, showing respect for themselves and others.
3. If provided opportunities for success, we believe each child can learn. Expectations should be held high, keeping in mind the uniqueness of each individual.
4. We believe that in order to achieve an adequate educational foundation, each grade level is responsible for the required skills as outlined in the Tennessee Comprehensive Curriculum Guide.
5. We believe teachers, parents, students, and community should share in the responsibility for each child’s learning and will facilitate this cooperation effort through various family engagement activities.