Our Mission


The mission of the Antioch Charter Academies is to facilitate academic and personal growth of TK‐8th grade students of all socio‐economic levels and ethnic backgrounds. ACA enables 21st century students to become literate, self‐motivated, innovative, lifelong learners, and compassionate, collaborative active citizens. We nurture and support a partnership of students, teachers, families and the community; embrace individual strengths; and build upon research informed educational best practices including Montessori, multiple intelligences, brain‐compatible teaching, and multi‐age groupings with small class sizes


Our Vision


To provide a learning environment where students of all socio‐economic levels and ethnic backgrounds embrace education, exhibit compassion, and accept personal responsibility


January 7, 2020

Welcome back and HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

With that comes a new website.  Please take a look at as we will continue to add new features over the coming months.

Volunteers needed-Vision Screening Tomorrow

Tomorrow is vision screening and we need 2-3 volunteers to help out.   Please reply if you are able to help from 8:30-12 noon.  Thank you in advance for your help.

2nd Cup of Coffee

This Friday, January 10th is 2nd Cup of Coffee after drop off in room 6.  Family Network provides refreshments and will keep you in the loop about upcoming events.  Mrs. McCutcheon will be sharing information about the understanding the California Dashboard school accountability system and a brief review of ACAII’s LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan). Hope you can join us!

Lunch Menu

The January lunch menu is attached.


Donation Thank You

Congratulations and thank you to Andrea Clark our Modern Woodmen’s Hometown Hero who choose our school as the recipient for this year.


Parent involvement is an integral part of the mission of ACA II. From the inception of our

school, parents at ACA II have given countless hours to ensure the continued success of our

program. ACA II relies on parent volunteers to assist in the development and ongoing success of our program. Families are encouraged to donate 40 hours of volunteer time per school year.


We are beginning to form teams to work on some of our biggest and best events. ACA II would love your help and there are even jobs that can be done from home! Consider joining one of these teams to get those volunteer hours in while helping put together memorable events for our school.


Walkathon- Generally takes place around the end of March. This is one of our schools biggest fundraisers which supports or General Fund.


Family Formal- April 3: This is our schools take on the traditional mother/son, father/daughter dance. This social event was a hit last year and we would love to continue the tradition.


Silent Auction- Typically takes place in the beginning of May. This is another big fundraiser for our schools General Fund.


*If you are interested in joining one or more of the teams please email



These funds impact students directly through out the year. Everyone should/is encouraged to participate.

  • General School Funds are used in ACAII yearly budget
  • FNB Fundraising closes costs gaps for line items & ‘extras’ in our school budget
  • GSF budget line items include

○ Classroom $ for each teacher and grade level

○ Capital Improvements

○ Enrichment Supplies

■ School garden and animal care

■ Project Lead the Way

■ Field Trips

■ Field Trip & College Scholarships

○ Elective Material Fees

○ Personal Safety & Physical Education

○ Art & Pottery

○ Music – School Orchestra

○ iLs – Integrated Listening Systems, Primary Classes and “Booster” Grade Levels

○ Community Outreach Events

■ 2nd Cup, Back 2 School Bash, Birthday Celebrations, Campus Clean up,

Graduation, Evening events such as PEP Meets and Meet and Greet.


For your child’s safety, our policy requires that you call or send a note to school in advance if your child must leave school early.  Children are not allowed to leave the classrooms early without clearance from the school office.  Adults picking up children during the day must come to the office and sign the child out.  Only adults that are listed on the emergency card may pick up children.  Please keep these cards updated both in the office and with the teacher.  No adult is to go directly to the classroom.


Students will not be allowed to leave the classroom until the adult signing them out is in the office.  

These policies are in place to help us keep track of your children for their safety.

Absences & Tardies


It is extremely important that your student is in school every day, and arrives on time.  If though your student is sick, or will arrive late because of an unexpected delay, please call the office, or email your student’s classroom and office by 8amStudents who arrive after 8:15am must be walked into the office by the driver, and signed in.  All of these “rules” are in place to help keep your student safe!  Contact information is below.  Thank you!



2019/2020 Dates to Remember:


January 10                      2nd Cup Coffee – Rm 6

January 14                      FNB Meeting at 3:15 in room 5

January 17                      Pizza Fundraiser

January 20                      Martin Luther King Jr. Day – No School

January 30                      Winter Instrumental Music Concert – 7pm John Muir School

January 30-31                 Minimum Days – All students 8:15-12pm

February 7                       Minimum Day – All students 8:15-12pm

February 10                     No School – Teacher Work Day

February 17-21                February Break – No School


2019 / 2020 Faculty




Ms. Peacock-

Mrs. Hawley-



Mrs. Fank-

Miss Berkich-

Mrs. Mariappan-



Miss Dubitsky-

Miss Albertoni-

Mrs. Gonzalez-



Mr. Hagan-

Mrs. McCutcheon-


Special Ed-

Mrs. Willard-


Mrs. Vela-

2019-2020 Family Network Board

Chairperson: Annu Fuentes                          
Co-Chairperson: Adriana Solorio       
Secretary: Sharron Scott                     
Treasurer: Susan Cano                                  
Volunteer Coordinator: Brandi Lopez            
Fundraising Coordinator: Maria Strock
Co-Fundraising Coordinator: Ashley Rice
Social Coordinator: Sara Wall             
Co-Social Coordinator: Jillian Broussard

Family Network Facebook-


Memory Book


Our Web Page


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