Information regarding "bullying" for students and parents: click link and scroll down
Child Safety Tips for Parents
- Know everything you can about your children's activities and their friends. Monitor children's activities and participate with them. Don't allow children to play alone in ...more
Standards-based Report Card Parent Handbooks
The Standards-Based Report Card reflects the Antioch Unified School District’s commitment to provide the best information possible to parents regarding student learning. This guide provides an overview of what is included in the Standards-Based Report Card, explains the rubric for grading students, and answers frequently asked questions. The California Department of Education outlines the educational standards in the California State Curriculum Frameworks. The Frameworks contain standards for each grade level in each curricular area. Each standard may include many learning objectives that outline what each student should know and be able to do at the end of each grade level. Teachers use a variety of formal and informal assessments, students work, and daily observation of student performance when reporting student progress. The Standards-Based Report Card is designed to provide accurate, concise, and consistent communication of student performance and growth over time. We hope the Standards-Based Report Card is a useful tool that enhances school and home ommunication, and that it provides the basis for ongoing dialogue to support each student’s success.
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Reporte de Calificaciones Basado en los Estándares
El Reporte de Calificaciones basado en los Estándares refleja el compromiso del Distrito Unificado Escolar de Antioch de proveer la mejor información posible a los padres sobre el aprendizaje de los alumnos. Esta guía provee una visión general de lo que está incluido en el Reporte de Calificaciones, explica las puntuaciones para calificar a los estudiantes y responde a preguntas frecuentes.
|Kindergarten||Primer Grado||Segundo Grado||Tercer Grado||Cuarto Grado|
Race and Ethnicity Data Collection Frequently Asked Questions
This Link lists frequently asked questions for New Federal Standards for Collecting and Reporting Race and Ethnicity Categories.
Would you like to know about your child's attendance, assignments or grades?
Antioch Unified School District utilizes two systems that support our efforts to communicate and collaborate with families. SchoolLoop allows all sites and teachers to create websites for sharing classroom information such as homework assignments, resources and events that are important for success in school and the classroom. Home Access Center links to the eSchoolPLUS student information system to show attendance, assignments and grades as well as other important information. As a parent, you have access to both of these systems.
AUSD provides a link to all AUSD school websites. For information about the Home Access Center go to the AUSD homepage. Under Quick Links you will see the Home Access Center (HAC). Homepages of each middle and high school contain a login/registration link for both SchoolLoop and the Home Access Center.
It is not necessary to login to elementary school websites for classroom information. The elementary school Home Access Center content is under development.
If you are unable to locate the login or need assistance with login information please contact your child’s school.
Also known as STAR and Accelerated Reader (AR)
Link for parents to view information form home. This link allows students and parents to login to Renaissance Place to view results. All testing must be done at school.
Contact your child’s school for specific details as to how the program is being implemented.
Accelerated Reader (AR) is a motivational reading program. AR’s advanced technology helps to:
- Make essential reading practice more effective.
- Personalize reading practice to student’s current level.
- Manage reading activities including read to, read with, and read independently.
- Assess students’ reading with four types of quizzes: Reading Practice, Vocabulary Practice, Literacy Skills, and Textbook Quizzes.
Supplemental Educational Services (SES)
In accordance with the federal law, No Child Left Behind, a district is required to provide Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to eligible students attending schools in year 2 to year 5 of Program Improvement (PI). The State of California approves the providers the District may contract with for Supplemental Educational Services. Eligible students are all low-income students who attend Title I PI years 2 through 5 schools.