Our Mission

Our role is to prepare Park students for success in the twenty-first century.  We are committed to creative thinking, academic accomplishments and life long learning.  Our students understand that what they learn in school applies to all aspects of their lives.  Park promotes social awareness, involvement and compassion.  Students discover the importance of their individual contribution to family, school, and community.  Park students take an informed, active role in a global society.


Contact Us

Park Middle School
1 Spartan Wy
Antioch, CA 94509
(925) 779-7420
(925) 779-7421 - FAX


John Jimno



Kai Montgomery

Vice Principal


Peter Crutchfield

Vice Principal

Sara Hall-Cottrell

Administrative Assistant

8th Grade Promotion Ceremony

Park's 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony will be held on June 7th at 9:00 AM.  The ceremony will take place in the quad.  Parents will be able to sign students out at the designated tables in the Multi-Use Room after the ceremony ends.

Your Voice Matters

The California School Parent Survey is an opportunity for you to help this school by sharing your opinions about it.  Your opinions are important, and the school is interested in hearing them. 


We are interested in your thoughts on this school’s efforts to promote academic success and well-being for every student, regardless of race, ethnicity, disability, or other circumstances. 


If you have more than one child at this school, please think about the oldest of these children as you answer the questions.


For link to survey click here.

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Park Middle School Uniform and Dress Code Policy


School Uniforms (BP/AR 5132)                                  

 The District’s Board of Education voted at the February 26, 2010 meeting to approve mandatory use of school uniforms for all secondary schools including continuation high schools, and to extend the current school uniform policy to all schools serving kindergarten through grade eight. EC 35183 allows a governing board to adopt a uniform policy that authorizes schools to require students to wear a school uniform.


There are many positive reasons for a school uniform code, including:


  • A uniform policy encourages students to express their individuality through personality and academic achievements, not outward appearances.
  • A uniform policy puts the focus on academics.
  • Uniform clothing items can be less expensive.
  • Uniform dress codes eliminate pressure to wear brand name clothing, “gang attire,” etc.
  • Uniform clothing creates a sense of school pride and belonging. Parents must be advised of their right to opt out of the school’s uniform policy.


The expectations for our students are as follows: Please review the following clearly!



  • Black, green, white or gold solid colored polo or t-shirts
  • Spirit wear t-shirts



  • Black, blue, or khaki (tan) denim, dress or all season long pants
  • Black, blue or khaki (tan) denim or all season uniform shorts that are mid-thigh length or longer
  • Black, blue, or khaki (tan) capris, skirts or skorts


  • All types and styles of outerwear are acceptable but must follow district guidelines on appropriate attire.
  • Wearing a sweater or jacket does not eliminate the need to wear a solid colored polo or t-shirt.


  • Shoes must protect a student’s feet at all times while on campus
  • Shoes must have closed heel and toe and should fit securely to the foot.


Students whose parents choose not to participate in a uniform program may not be disciplined, discriminated against, or otherwise denied rights and privileges available to other students.



There are certain rules pertaining to dress that every district student must adhere to throughout the school year. Overall, a student’s dress, grooming and appearance including hairstyle, jewelry, makeup, and nails, must be safe, appropriate, and not disrupt or interfere with the educational process. If special circumstances in adhering to this policy should arise, please contact the individual school’s principal for assistance.


Examples of inappropriate clothing include:


  • Clothes shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times. Examples of prohibited items include tank tops, see-through or fish-net fabrics, halter tops, off-the shoulder or low-cut tops, bare midriffs skirts or shorts shorter than mid-thigh or saggy pants.
  • Undergarments including, but not limited to, underwear, such as boxer and underpants, should be covered at all times.
  • Clothing should not be provocative and/or revealing.
  • Hats, caps, and other head coverings shall not be worn indoors.
  • Clothing, jewelry, exposed skin, and personal items (backpacks, fanny packs, gym bags, water bottles, etc.) shall be free of writing, pictures, or any other insignia which are crude, vulgar, profane, or sexually suggestive, which bear drug, alcohol, or tobacco company advertising, promotions, and likenesses, or with advocate racial, ethnic, or religious prejudice.
  • Gang-related clothing or accessories including, but not limited to, bandannas; other symbols, emblems, or insignia; and gang-related web belts with or without punched-out metal buckles. School officials shall consider student history and information obtained from community agencies and resources when making these judgments. Dangerous clothing accessories are prohibited (i.e., spiked jewelry, studded collars, studded belts). School administrators have the right to restrict the color of clothing worn by any student involved in a documented gang offense.
  • Appropriate shoes must be worn at all times. Unacceptable shoes include but are not limited to: slippers, flip-flops, open-toe or strappy sandals, clogs, mules or slides.
  • Gym shorts may not be worn in classes other than Physical Education.
  • Pajamas or other types of sleepwear.


Students who persist in violation of the above infractions may be suspended.






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Parents and Students (mensaje en español),

AUSD is pleased to offer two complementary web-based services to enhance communication between home and school. Information about both may be found on the school and District webpage . SchoolLoop provides webpages to teachers that make available current information from the classroom including course syllabus, handouts and classroom activities. Self-registry for SchoolLoop is available on the school homepage. Home Access Center (HAC), which is separate and part of the Student Information System, allows parents and students to view schedules, attendance, assignments, report cards and other data related to school records. Currently this service is available to middle and high school only. Elementary will be available soon. You may have received user name and password information at registration time for the Home Access Center. If not, please contact your child’s school for assistance. We look forward to working together as a team to advance student achievement. Thank you.