• Overview

    Student Support Services is committed to providing safe learning environments for all students.  Using a three-tiered approach, the department supports schools in obtaining high academic achievement, providing professional development for staff, and developing prevention and intervention strategies for students.  This is accomplished by building partnerships with community and local agencies effectively to create a positive school climate and high academic achievement.

    Services

    • Alternative Education Placement
    • Attendance
    • Expulsions
    • Foster Youth
    • Health Screening
    • Homelessness
    • Panels (SARB, Discipline, Attendance, Youth Intervention, Expulsion)
    • Positive Behavior and Intervention Supports
    • Transfers

     

    Transfer Forms

    Intra-District

    Use this form to request a transfer to another Antioch Unified School District school site.
    English
    Spanish

    Inter-District Transfer Request Form

    Use this form if you live in Antioch but want to request a transfer to another District.
    English
    Spanish

    All inter-district transfers into and out of Antioch USD are reviewed and approved by the Director of Student Support Services.  Applications are now being accepted for the upcoming school year.

    Board Policy 5117

    Bullying Information and Resources

    Bullying Board Policy 5131.2

    Definition:
    Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school-aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance.  The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time.  Bullying includes actions such as making threats, spreading rumors, attacking someone physically or verbally and excluding someone from a group on purpose.

    Resources available to students, families and teachers:

    McKinney Vento - Homeless Education

    Students are guaranteed enrollment in school by the federal McKinney Vento Act and California State law if they live:

    • In a shelter (family, domestic violence, or youth shelter or transitional living program)
    • In a motel, hotel, or weekly rate housing
    • In a house or apartment with more than one family because of economic hardship or loss
    • In an abandoned building, a car, at a campground, or on the street
    • With friends or family because you are a runaway or an unaccompanied youth
    • In substandard housing (without electricity, water or heat)

    For more information please contact Lisa Perry at 779-7500 x53402.