Phone: 925.779.7420 OR 510.545.3626


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Welcome! Good morning, afternoon, or evening! I’m so glad you’ve found me. I am, Ms. Fernandez, the PARK MIDDLE School Counselor. As a school counselor, I help all students in the areas of academic achievement, personal/social development and career development, ensuring today's students become the productive, well-adjusted adults of tomorrow.

I work to provide support services for all students. I am a resource and support for all staff members and parents, as well. Additionally, as a school counselor, I can be a liaison with outside community resources.

As this is NOT my first year in the Antioch School District, it is my first year here at PARK MIDDLE. I am looking forward to a GREAT year and getting to know each of YOU. Please feel free to come by to visit or say "Hi!" when you see me around.


    LincolnLINCOLN FAMILIES' is located @ Park. We have 2 full-time therapist/social workers on site and 1 community liaison (Spanish Speaker). In order to reserve therapeutic services here at Park, your student must be referred to the CARE Program and your student must have Contra Costa Medi-Cal. Our Park/Lincoln Community members are: Ana Lopez (Liason), Rachel Cvetich (Social Worker), and Sharlee Commins (Therapist). Lincoln Families' has an approach to providing children with support and services at school age and through to graduation. They ensure success by providing services to strengthen and engage families and the community around them. They work to disrupt the cycle of trauma, empowering children and families to build strong futures. Lincoln Families provides personalized care focused on education, family, and        well-being.

    If you are interested in more information about Lincoln Families, please visit their website: OR


    Bridge BuildersBridge Builders is here @ Park. We have Mr. Hines & Mr. Ross on campus on split days. They provide an after-school mentoring/tutoring program which will provide support for youth by educating them about study skill strategies and life skills. The foundation of Changing the Narrative project centers on educating, mentoring, and guiding youth. Academic achievement is a fundamental  principal of the project which links the development of strong moral character and successful goal attainment. The objective of Bridge Builders to the New Generation student is to give the student and community an opportunity to get connected with each other through education. The project serves all students that choose to make a commitment, fill out the application, and have parents' permission. 

    If you are interested in more information about Bridge Builders to the New Generation, Inc., please visit their website: OR


    ODATODAT or One Day At a Time is connected to PARK and on site on Tuesdays and Thursdays. They hold groups every Tuesday after school from 2:50 - 4:30 approximately. Mr. Mixon and Ms.Martinez ( or phone (925) 565-2809) are working to empower our Park students to lead positive lives. ODAT's combines community, school and family resources to combat risks associated with low self-esteem, poor academic performance, family problems, domestic violence, abuse, depression, substance abuse, gang association and crime. The school-linked program incorporates four components: youth, school, family, and community. ODAT focuses on empowering students through unwavering commitment to building positive relationships and trust. Trusting relationships, a safe place, and exposure to positive mentors, adults, and experiences will better equip them to make positive choices.

    If you are interested in more information about ODAT, please visit their website:    OR