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Public Notice is hereby given that the Antioch Unified School District intends to act at the scheduled Board of Education Meeting on April 26, 2017 7:00 p.m., at the District Office


Boardroom, on an Agenda item regarding the

Adoption of new World Language for Spanish, French, Italian, & Japanese,  Grades 9-12.

A public hearing must be held to verify that the District has complied with the requirements of Education Code Section 60119.


All material is on display at Prospects High School, 820 West 2nd Street, Antioch California 94509,

upstairs in room 217





Proposed Curriculum for Adoption

                                                                         World Language

                                                                           Spanish, 9-12

                                                                                        Pearson & Vista Higher Learning

                                                                           French, 9-12

                                                                                       EMC Publishing & Vista Higher Learning







Por este medio se notifica públicamente que el Distrito Escolar Unificado de Antioch pretende actuar en la reunión programada de la Mesa Directiva de Educación el 26 de abril de 2017, 7:00 p.m., en la Sala de la Mesa Directiva del Distrito,


con respecto a un ítem en la agenda concerniente a la adopción de nuevos libros de texto

 para los idiomas extranjeros para español, francés, italiano y japonés, grados 9-12.

Se debe realizar una audiencia pública para verificar que el Distrito ha cumplido con los requisitos del Código de Educación, Sección 60119.


Todo el material está siendo exhibido en la escuela preparatoria Prospects, 820 West 2nd Street, Antioch, California 94509,

en la planta alta, sala 217




Propuesta curricular para la adopción

                                                                         Idiomas Extranjeros

                                                                         Español, 9-12

                                                                                        Pearson & Vista Higher Learning

                                                                           Francés, 9-12

                                                                                        EMC Publishing & Vista Higher Learning




attendance matters



  • Only 17% of chronically absent kindergarteners and first graders in California read proficiently by 3rd grade; Students who don't read proficiently by 3rd grade are 4 times more likely to drop out of school. 
  • State law, which requires children ages 6 to 18 to attend school, defines truants as those who are absent or tardy more than 30 minutes without a valid excuse three times in a school year. 
  • Studies indicate that chronically truant students are more likely to drop out of high school, end up jobless and turn to crime. 
  • Factoring in the costs of incarceration and lost economic productivity and tax revenues, dropouts cost California an estimated $46.4 billion per year. 
  • Even though a parent excuses an absence, it may not qualify as an excused absence by law. 
  • By sixth grade, chronic absence becomes an early warning sign that a student may drop out of high school. 
  • It takes three academic days to make up one day of missed school. 

Visit the Contra Costa County Office of Education website for more information. 

School Accountability Report Card (SARC)

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2016 - 2017 OPS Parent / Student Information Booklet

Our Mission

Orchard Park, in a partnership with home and community, is committed to preparing students to take responsibility for themselves and their own learning. Our mission is to develop the whole child; shaping respectful citizens with a foundation in good character, communication, problem-solving, and basic skills, while instilling self-esteem and a lifelong love of learning in a diverse world.

AUSD Mission

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


No Bully Zone

Orchard Park continues to focus on several academic and social goals. One of our primary goals is to continue raising awareness and modifying behaviors regarding bullying. This process ...more

Your Voice Matters

The California School Parent Survey is an opportunity for you to help this school by sharing your opinions about it.  Your opinions are important, and the school is interested in hearing them. 


We are interested in your thoughts on this school’s efforts to promote academic success and well-being for every student, regardless of race, ethnicity, disability, or other circumstances. 


If you have more than one child at this school, please think about the oldest of these children as you answer the questions.


For link to survey click here.

Orchard Park School - You are in Coyote Country



Orchard Park School is a neighborhood school offering a strong academic program at all grades, plus enrichment to enhance each student's education. We have remedial and gifted programs, bilingual assistance, special education, and teachers qualified to individualize programs to students' needs. Orchard Park is a caring school with a firm and positive discipline policy, a desire to have community involvement, and a feeling that education is a home-school partnership.

 All parents are encouraged to take an active role in our school by participating in the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) and School Site Council, as well as classroom and school-wide activities. Your ideas, talents, and time are greatly appreciated and will help strengthen Orchard Park’s ability to educate your children.

Get Fit Antioch

PBIS Corner

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Weekly Focus

Coyote Code Rule: Be Safe

Skill: Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.

Pillar of Character (March): TRUSTWORTHINESS

Think ``true blue`` • Be honest • Don’t deceive, cheat, or steal • Be reliable — do what you say you’ll do • Have the courage to do the right thing • Build a good reputation • Be loyal — stand by your family, friends, and country

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Contact Us:

Orchard Park School

5150 Live Oak Ave.

Oakley, CA 94561


925.779-7446 - Fax

Didi Del Chiaro, Principal

Casey McClure, Vice Principal

Julie Cross, Administrative Assistant

2016 - 2017 School Uniform Policy