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Mobile Health Clinics

Free medical and health services available for eligible students.


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Antioch Schools Education Foundation

ASEF Website

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Type 2 Diabetes

la diabetes tipo 2

Link in English / enlace en español

Highway 4 Construction



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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Antioch Unified School District Receives $75,447.24 Check From PG&E


The District completed the replacement of the Energy Management Systems (EMS) at both Deer Valley High School and Black Diamond Middle School.  The EMS systems control the Heating and Air-conditioning at the sites.  The ability of these new systems to reduce electrical use prompted the  rebate. 


A Message from Superintendent Donald Gill

On behalf of the Antioch School District Board of Education, I would like to welcome you to the 2015-2016 school year! For those of you who are new to Antioch Unified School District, welcome to the family and for all of our returning employees, students, and families welcome back! I want to thank all of the AUSD team members who worked so hard during the summer to prepare our facilities and manage the myriad of details that are required for a successful school opening.  It is our hope that the summer season fulfilled every expectation that you had for it back in June and that you are rested and rejuvenated for the new school year. These past few days, I was able to visit a number of school sites while different trainings were in session and I seized the opportunity to  say hello and offer welcome back greetings to a number of you.

The back-to-school season is a special time of year for our employees and for the families and students we are privileged to serve. Many experts say that this is an exciting time to be a part of the California Public School System and I whole heartedly agree . Our state legislators have taken the lead throughout the nation by making some significant Policy U-Turns. For example, we have new academic content standards in the form of the Common Core State Standards and the Next Generation Science Standards, new student assessments with the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress, new expectations for all students to be college and career ready, a new finance system with the Local Control Funding Formula, and a new accountability system with the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).

If you haven’t had a  chance, I encourage you to take some time and visit the AUSD webpage and read through our LCAP. In it you will find an array of programs and services, suggested from our community stakeholders to meet the academic and social needs of our low-income, English learners,  and foster care students who generated the additional allocation of funds to the District. The AUSD LCAP offers a comprehensive report on our goals and progress indicators as well as our actions and expenditures. Until you have a chance to read the complete plan, here is a sampling of some of the programs and services contained in our LCAP that will be implemented this school year.    

  • Elementary libraries will be open full time for the first time in many years;
  • Every elementary school will have a dedicated counselor to provide social-emotional support to our students;
  • Every middle school will now have an opportunity program to assist students who are struggling in the regular classroom setting;
  • Every elementary school and middle school will be staffed with at least one reading teacher to assist emerging readers;
  • Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) classes will be available at each middle and high school;
  • Every elementary school will once again offer instrumental music programs to expand visual and performing arts experiences for students;
  • Schools will receive funding for afterschool arts;
  • Additional musical instruments will be purchased to ensure students have access to quality instruments in good repair; and
  • Offices will be staffed with bilingual office assistants to assist students and parents with limited English.

As we all busily prepare for the beginning of the school year, I want to make sure that you know that both the Board and I wish you the best of success for a productive and fulfilling new school year!

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Student Safety Tips for Parents

  • Know everything you can about your children's activities and their friends. Monitor children's activities and participate with them. Don't allow children to play alone ...more

Two Great Ways to Stay Connected


Parents and Students,

AUSD is pleased to offer two complementary web-based services to enhance communication between home and school.  Information about both may be found on the school  and District webpage.  SchoolLoop provides webpages to teachers that make available current information from the classroom including course syllabus, handouts and classroom activities. In addition, at our middle and high schools you will be able to track assignments and grades with the addition of SchoolLoop Gradebook. Self-registry for SchoolLoop is available on the school homepage.

Home Access Center (HAC),  which is part of the Student Information System, allows parents and students to view schedules, attendance, report cards and other data related to school records. You may have received user name and password information at registration time for the Home Access Center. If not, please contact your child’s school for assistance. We look forward to working together as a team to advance student achievement. Thank you. 

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Superintendent's Message

Mission, Vision & Goal


Our responsibility is to prepare every student for success in college, career, and life.  


Antioch Unified School District values the history of our schools and community. We support the personal and intellectual success of each student.  Our graduates will be productive and well informed citizens.


The goal of Antioch Unified School District is to advance student achievement.

Donors Choose is an online charity that makes it easy for anyone to help students in need. Teachers submit proposals and then donors submit financial support. After going to the DonorsChoose website click on Projects to search first by state, then by district and then by school for a current listing of proposals. Thank you for supporting our students.

Teachers, if you are submitting a proposal for technology items please consult the Technology Department to make sure that support is available for the requested product(s).

Non-Discrimination Statement


The Antioch Unified School District (AUSD) is committed to ensuring equal, fair, and meaningful access to employment and education services. The AUSD does not discriminate in any employment practice, education program, or educational activity on the basis of age, ancestry, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, national origin, political affiliation, pregnancy and related conditions, race, religion, retaliation, sex (including sexual harassment), sexual orientation, Vietnam Era Veterans’ status, or any other basis prohibited by California state and federal nondiscrimination laws respectively. Not all bases of discrimination will apply to both education services and employment. Inquiries regarding nondiscrimination and civil rights should be directed to Stephanie Anello, 510 G Street, Antioch, CA 94509 or (925)779-7500.