Forms, Policies, & Handbooks

Policies, Forms, & Handbooks

Below is a list of policies, forms & handbooks you may need to reference throughout the school year. Please feel free to download and print as needed.

You can also find forms in your Alburnett App. Get the app today for your Android phone or iPhone.

District Parent/Student Handbook  |  2023-2024

Parent/Athlete Handbook  |  Coming Soon

AlburnettCSD uses GoBound for all 7-12th grade athletes. Here we will manage all student athletic profiles as well as activity registrations and forms.

Create your students' profile today by scanning the QR code below or going to GoBound and clicking on the Registration tab!

If you have any questions, please contact Alaina Wagner at

Activity passes are good for home athletic events during the current school year, with the exception of regional or district events as set by state organizations.

  • Annual Student Pass  |  $50.00
  • Annual Adult Pass  |  $75.00
  • Annual Family Pass  |  $175.00
  • Senior Citizen pass (62+)  |  No Charge


  • PK-12: $1.70
  • Adult/Guest: $2.05


  • PK-5: $2.60
  • 6-8: $2.65
  • 9-12: $2.70
  • A la carte entree: $1.75
  • Adult/Guest: $4.85
  • Snack Milk (PK-4): $0.45
  • Extra Milk: $0.45

For complete registration information, please see our Registration page.

Appropriate Internet Use

Computer Loan Agreement

Acceptable Use Policy

Still have questions? See our Technology section on our FAQ page!

After registering your student(s), please be sure to contact the Transportation Department directly at (319) 842-2488 after August 1st to set up your student's transportation needs.

Once school starts, please contact your child’s school’s office with daily transportation changes.

Alburnett CSD strives to continuously make improvements in all aspects of our operations, including communication and branding of the district. We have recently developed a comprehensive branding guide that we are pleased to share.

The purpose of the guide is to create consistency in the visuals used to represent the district. We want everyone to have creative freedom as represent Alburnett CSD and the Pirate. We hope this guide will help you as you communicate with vendors or design teams in your creativity.

Our building principals would be glad to assist you with any questions about or interpretations of your future designs. Thank you for helping us create consistency in the many ways we all proudly display our Pirate Pride.

Alburnett Branding Guide

Entrance to the Safe Room is through the Middle School located in the center of the building and accessible from the main parking lot OR through the corridor entrance outside of the Safe Room. To enter through the corridor entrance, go to the east side of the Elementary Gym and follow the sidewalk through the outdoor garden.

In the event that the Emergency Management Agency sounds the siren or a severe weather advisory/warning is announced, the following procedures will take place.

During normal staffing hours, the Safe Room Coordinator or designee will:

  1. Get people into the Safe Room in a safe and orderly manner
  2. Account for students and staff
  3. Track the storm and during the storm event, utilizing various methods to monitoring the storm
  4. Help occupants exit in an orderly and safe manner once the watch or warning expires

During after hours, the Safe Room is will be unlocked by electronic communication and available as described in bold above.

GovDeals provides services to government agencies allowing them to sell surplus assets via the Internet. Each agency has its own auction rules and may be subject to government ordinances.

GovDeals Website

Shop the Alburnett store on the Jostens site for yearbooks, class jewelry, graduation packages, and apparel.