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Phone:  925.779.7400 Fax:  925.779.7414


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8th Graders:  Do you have questions about High School? 

Here is an opportunity to get them answered!  Please attend one of the Pathway Fairs to learn what exciting things our high schools have in store!


All Pathway Parent Nights will be from 6:30—8:00 PM:

Park Middle School                     Nov. 6

Orchard Park School                   Nov. 13

Black Diamond Middle School     Nov. 18

Antioch Middle School                  Dec. 2

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Tdap Shot Required for all Students prior to entering 7th Grade

By law, students who do not have proof of receiving a Tdap booster shot will not be able to start 7th grade in 2015 until proof is ...more

AMS 6th Graders had a wonderful time at "James and the Giant Peach"!


No School from November 24 to November 28
Happy Thanksgiving!  There will be no school from November 24- November 28th!  Enjoy your time with your family!! Continue
Posted by: Terri Clarke
Published: 11/19/14

Winner, Winner, Turkey Dinner!

AMS and the PE department held our Annual Turkey Trot!  Two student from each grade level won a complete Thanksgiving Dinner, donated by the staff at AMS.  This year's winners are:

6th Grade- Kendy Gonzales and Dervon Fryerson

7th Grade - Marcell Lawson and Jarniel Wainewheh

8th Grade - Alissa Caburnay and Michael Lynn

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7th Grade Students have been invited to see Kaiser Permanente's live theatre production, Nightmare on Puberty Street- January 17th at AMS

Nightmare on Puberty St. is an age-appropriate, live theatrical performance about four young people on their journey through adolescence. As the characters wrestle with the question, “Am I normal?” they learn to cope with the changes affecting their bodies and minds. The frank and sometimes funny program shows students how to cope with many of the issues of puberty, including how to handle pressure to be sexually active, how to build self-esteem, how to avoid drugs and alcohol, and where to find help if faced with feelings of depression or thoughts of suicide. By the end of the performance, students understand everyone goes through changes during puberty, and there are resources to help them adjust to those changes.

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AMS Students had a blast in their Basketball win over the Staff!!!

Thank you to all the families that participated in the 1st Quarter Honor Roll Night! There were 300 AMS students that had a 3.0 or above!  Congratulations Eagles!!!

(If you have any great pictures to share from the evening, please send them to terriclarke@antioch.k12.ca.us) We would love to share them!


Cannon, Andy
Lucero, Christine
Assistant Principal
Wahidi, Zhenus
Assistant Principal

Upcoming Dates:


  • November 24-28 - No School, Thanksgiving Break
  • December 8 - ELAC Meeting/Luncheon 11:27-12:27
  • December 11 - Early Release Thursday
  • December 19 - Minimum Day, 11:35 Dismissal
  • December 22- January 5- No School, Winter Break

Uniforms at AMS

Antioch Middle School has been a  uniform school for 8 years.  It has helped tremendously with the school climate and the learning environment.  The uniform is as follows:

Maroon Polo Shirt

Black or Tan Slacks (no sweatpants, leggings, jeans, or tights)

Solid outerwear in the following colors:  Grey, Black, Maroon or Navy Blue (no logos or designs)

Students have been able to "borrow" clothes  if they have not had the appropriate items. The borrowed clothes have not been returned. We are in need of these items back in order to continue to help our students.  If you are able to donate clothes to our clothes closet, we would greatly appreciate it. The best solution is for students to attend school, dressed in their own uniforms!  Thanks for your help!


Students in the After School Program are hard at Work!