Antioch Charter Academy
Newsletter for Antioch Charter Academy/TLCS Families and Staff Volume 24, Issue 32, May11, 2020
Hello ACA Families!
I can’t believe May is already here and we only have 4 weeks left of school! With summer quickly approaching, remind your students to turn in any work they have, and upload it to their Google Classrooms or turn it into their teachers for credit. There will be scheduled times that students will be able to come pick up their remaining items in their classrooms and bring back any items they have checked out for distance learning. Please keep looking for those details to come, as well as that beautiful July packet full of fun documents that you get to fill out each year! 🙂
Our Family Network is also working to make this End of the Year party a memorable one! They have special 2020 T-Shirts for sale this week and exciting plans for the event. I can’t wait to celebrate this year’s accomplishments with all of you! With the new challenges we have all experienced this year, you all deserve to celebrate how far you’ve come!
Only 4 more weeks to go!
Miss you all,
Campus Open: Until further notice, the campus will be open on Fridays, from 10-12pm to pick up/drop off supplies and schoolwork. As per the County guidelines, both adults and children must wear a mask when entering campus. Thank you.
Returning School Equipment: on Friday, May 29 from 10-12pm you can return any PE equipment and/or Musical Instruments that you borrowed for your student(s). On Thursday, June 4 from 10-2pm, please return all school equipment you borrowed for your student(s), including Chromebooks, cords, mice, headphones, literature books, etc. Middle School students need to have their lockers cleared by this date too.
Grab and Go Meals for Students: Locations – Deer Valley High School, Marsh Elementary School or Mission Elementary from 10:00AM – 12:00PM, Monday through Friday. https://www.antiochschools.net/Page/11261
Yearbook: Our Yearbook class is working hard to finish the book for this year. If you have pictures from events, spirit days, distance learning, etc., please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. We have almost reached our deadline for the year, and we really need your help with photos! Thank you to those families who have shared their photos with us already!
Yearbooks can be ordered directly through Tree Ring and will be delivered to your home. This does require a small delivery fee of $2.99 per book. The cost of the yearbook is $25. (These prices do not include the shipping fee.) To purchase, please go to treering.com/101506720561403 and create an account.
If you have questions regarding yearbook photos or orders, please contact Mrs. Moon at email@example.com or the yearbook staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Classtag: If you have not already done so, please contact your student’s classroom and request to sign up for Classtag! Make sure to choose texting as your delivery choice. Our school will be using Classtag even more to get news to the parents. Keep on top of key dates and deadlines, find messages like minimum day pick-ups, receive updates on whole school & classroom events, and much more!
Up To Date Health Information: Take care of yourself and your family. If you have questions about what is happening in Contra Costa County visit https://www.coronavirus.cchealth.org/ for the most up-to-date information on the coronavirus.
FAMILY NETWORK (FN) NEWS & INFORMATION
The ACA Family Network is made up of ACA adults who volunteer for fundraisers and social events for the enrichment of our children. The money we raise goes back to our school for study trips, family activities, assemblies, and classroom supplies. If you have a child/grandchild/niece/nephew/
Family Network Events:
Dear ACA Families,
The Family Network is offering a limited edition ACA Quarantine Spirit Shirt! Our ordering window is very short, so if you want to purchase these shirts, you must act quickly. To order, please complete the attached Google Form by this Wednesday, May 13, and submit your payment as indicated.
Shirts will be available for pick up at the school after June 1.
*8th graders will receive a complimentary shirt with the same graphic on the front and their class on the back. A separate order form will be sent to their class.*
Thank you for supporting our school!
ACA Family Network Board
- May 15 Campus open from 10-12pm for supplies pick-up and/or drop-off; please wear mask
- May 22 Campus open from 10-12pm for supplies pick-up and/or drop-off; please wear mask
- May 25 Memorial Day – no school
- May 29 Campus open from 10-12pm; drop off borrowed PE Equipment & Musical Instruments; please wear mask
- June 3 8th Grade Graduation
- June 4 Last Day of School – campus open 10-2pm for equipment/school supplies drop-off
ACA Elementary – ACAElementary@antiochcharteracademy.org
ACA Intermediate – ACAIntermediate@antiochcharteracademy.org
ACA Primary – ACAPrimary@antiochcharteracademy.org
ACA Middle School – ACAMiddleSchool@antiochcharteracademy.org
ACA I & II Special Education – SPED@antiochcharteracademy.org
ACA Newsletter – ACANewsletter@antiochcharteracademy.org
ACA Memories – ACAMemories@antiochcharteracademy.org
VISION AND MISSION STATEMENTS
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
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.
Antioch Charter Academy is Fully Accredited for Grades K-8 by the Schools Commission of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges