Empowering Girls Event

Empowering Girls

Lieutenant Tarra Mendes, Councilwoman Monica Wilson, Councilwomen Lori Ogorchock, Environmental Resource Coordinator Julie Haas-Wajdowicz, Explorers Haley Gomez, and Jahlaya Tidwell, along with other local women leaders attended the Day of Empowering Girls event on Tuesday October 16th. The program is designed to bring together young women to build community while connecting students to inspiring women leaders. Lieutenant Mendes answered questions from the attendees regarding her experience and success as a leader in law enforcement. Other panelists provided insight into how Read More …

Antioch Offers Discounted Summer Youth Bus Passes

Antioch Summer Youth Bus Pass

Beginning Tuesday May 29, 2018, Antioch youth ages 17 and under can purchase a summer youth bus pass for only $25.00. Residents are receiving a 50% discount on the Tri-Delta Transit summer youth bus pass that allows unlimited rides June 1-August 31, 2018. The Antioch City Council approved funding to support Antioch youth transportation during the summer months when this program is active. Summer youth bus passes provides youth with opportunities to enjoy recreational attractions such as the water park, Read More …

Dozier-Libbey Medical High School Ranked Top 700 Schools in the Nation

Dozier Libbey Medical High School Antioch

This week, it was announced that Dozier-Libbey Medical High School received another silver award for the top ranked schools in the nation. Out of over 20,000 United States public schools, Dozier-Libbey is ranked 1,474 and is a silver medal winner for the United States. The school is ranked 276 out of the TOP 700 schools in the nation according to the U.S. News and World Report. Last week, Dozier-Libbey received an award for being one of the top 52 schools Read More …

The College Funding Coach informing Parents

The College Funding Coach

The College Funding Coach Learn how to send your kids to college without going broke. For many families, the high cost of higher education is a daunting proposition. Parents lie awake at night trying to figure out how to afford sending 1, 2, 3 or more children to college and still have enough of their hard earned money to be able to retire. Some families have children attending college next year and others have 12 years to plan; but the Read More …

Day of Empowering Girls

AOTM - Day of Empowering Girls

Featuring some 600 8th grade girls, this event was sparked by the Antioch Rotary Club’s sponsorship of “The Empowerment Project” documentary for the past two years. This collaborative workshop brings together Antioch, Black Diamond, Dallas Ranch, Orchard Park, and Park middle schools, along with charter and private schools in Antioch. The day kicks off with the documentary, followed by an array of engaging and thought-provoking activities, discussions with community leaders, and connecting with Antioch High School’s Girl Power group. Principals and staff Read More …

10th Annual Mary Allan Fellows Award Recognized Exemplary Teachers

2017 Mary Allan Fellows Award Recipients

As part of the Antioch School Education Foundation, the Mary Allan Fellows Awards are held annually. The dinner event recognizes exemplary teachers within the Antioch Unified School District (AUSD), who are committed to and passionate about the education of our students.  The Mary Allan Fellows Award dinner, is named for board director Mary Allan ~ 2001, “California Teacher of the Year”. Every year, the board of directors select the top honorees (nominated by staff, students, parents, community) from a pool of Read More …

Deer Valley High School Students Received Over 1.9 Million in Scholarships

UCAN HBCU Fair

We are excited to share, Deer Valley High School students in total received  over 1.9 million in scholarships during the UCAN Historically Black Colleges and University Recruitment Fair! Additionally, 58 students were offered acceptance letters “on-the-spot”, while several students received full-ride offers.  We will share information from Dozier Libbey and Antioch High School once it is all tallied The Historically Black Colleges and University Recruitment Fair was held earlier this week at Deer Valley High School. Students from neighboring districts Read More …