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


April 14, 2020

Welcome back from Spring Break.  We hope everyone enjoyed themselves in some way.

FNB Election


This year’s FNB election will be held via Survey Monkey. The electronic ballot will be available from April 20th at 8:15 am through April 24th at 3 pm on the Survey Monkey link. In-person voting can also be done on Friday April 24th from 8:15 to 12 in the office. Look for the Survey Monkey Link in next week’s newsletter and on the ACAII Family News Facebook Group.


Memory Book

It’s that time of year.  Attached is the memory book order form.  It can be turned in on Friday’s.  Please email with any questions.


Each year, a team of parents publish our school Memory Book. This book commemorates the many activities, trips, and events that our teachers, students, and volunteers have participated in. The book will look very different this year due to the major shift in learning we have all had to make – but the team is still working hard to make it memorable!

COVER DESIGN: Each year, students have the opportunity to submit a design for the Memory Book cover. It’s that time of year! If your child(ren) would like to submit a design, they must be drawn on an 8.5 x 11 unlined paper, portrait style (vertical). Please either scan in the drawing or turn it in on April 17th with their work. Nothing can be accepted after April 17th. Digital drawings are preferred, with the same specifications. Email submissions to

8th GRADERS: Ads for Grads will be coming out this week – be looking for that very important opportunity to honor your hard-working graduate!

More info from your Memory Book team will be coming soon!


Help with Stress!

Everyone is working on adjusting to changes forced upon us by COVID19.  If you are feeling stressed, check out the helpful resources from CDC.   


Friday April 17th is a Drop Off/Pick Up Day!


Staff members will be on campus on Friday April 3rd, between 8:00am and 12:00pm for drop off and pick up of work. Work for the next week will be available for pick up on Friday.


Drop Off

* Completed work can be dropped off to each level. If your student hasn’t finished everything on their contract for the week, it’s ok to turn in whatever they are finished with so that teachers can start tracking their progress.

* Work can also be send to teachers electronically in one email. If you have a scanner at home, work can be scanned and emailed. If you do not have a scanner, your Android or iPhone has scanner capabilities and can turn a picture into a PDF!


Pick Up

* Packets of next week’s work will be available from Primary, Elementary, Intermediate, and Middle School .

* If you didn’t pick up a packet last week, but would like to pick one up this week, please email your child’s teacher so that we can make one available!

* Chromebooks can still be picked up (or exchanged if it isn’t working). Please let your teacher know if you need one so that we can have one prepared for you.  If your family has siblings and you need an additional chromebook, please let your teacher know.

*You can borrow PE equipment (located next to the office).

*You can borrow classroom library books if your child needs something to read.


Please complete the survey

The teachers are reaching out to check in and gather some information to find out how you are doing, and if there is anything we can do to support you during the school closure.
Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey


Mrs. Vela would like you to see the below attachment from Senator Steve Glazer.


2019/2020 Dates to Remember:


  • April 14   Distance Learning Begins Again!
  • April 17   Campus open from 8-12pm for supplies pick-up and/or drop-off
  • April 24   Campus open from 8-12pm for supplies pick-up and/or drop-off
  • April 24   Family Network Nominations Due for 2020-21
  • May 1     Campus open from 8-12pm for supplies pick-up and/or drop-off



2019 / 2020 Faculty




Ms. Peacock-

Mrs. Hawley-



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


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SignUp Genius-

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Sheri Thompson

Operations Manager

Antioch Charter Academy II

1201 W 10th Street

Antioch, CA 94509


Fx 925-755-7527