Wall Street heads back to school Monday, as grade-school technology-based curriculum provider K12 (NYSE:LRN) goes to the head of the class with its quarterly report. K12 went public at $18 a share nine months ago, and it's one of the few recent IPOs to remain refreshingly above its original price tag.

Takeoff for AeroVironment (NASDAQ:AVAV) is scheduled for Tuesday. The maker of unmanned aircraft will check in with its fiscal-first-quarter numbers. Investors have every right to expect a good showing. AeroVironment has beaten Wall Street profit expectations in each of its first six quarters since going public early last year.

Analysts see AeroVironment landing at $0.18 a share this time, but clearly, it's got a history of rolling even farther down the runway.

Hooker Furniture
(NASDAQ:HOFT) checks in Wednesday. These haven't been the best of times for home-furnishings specialists, and analysts are likely to ask the company if the stronger dollar is denting its imported furniture business.

If you want something a little different on Wednesday, Rackspace Hosting (NYSE:RAX) will deliver its first quarter as a public company on Wednesday. The web-hosting giant could use a little redemption, following its poorly received IPO last month.

Food lovers will hear dinner bells Thursday, when Campbell Soup (NYSE:CPB) and Krispy Kreme (NYSE:KKD) chime in. Campbell is a consistent producer, while Krispy Kreme is a turnaround story. I guess we'll all find out whether these affordable foodstuffs are as recession-resistant as they appear to be. If you need to work off that glazed-doughnut binge, yoga sportswear retailer lululemon athletica (NASDAQ:LULU) also checks in.

It's a quiet Friday, with mostly international companies stepping up to the earnings stage. I'm not suggesting you take the day off from watching the market, but it will certainly be a slow day on the news front.

Until next week, I remain,
Rick Munarriz

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