It is critical that we have up-to-date emergency information each
year, for EACH Sutter student that you have. In
addition, please be sure to fill out the free and reduced meal
application as well as the LCFF form that was mailed to your
home. Our PTSO information is included for you to join and the
parent and student rights handbook for you to review.
Emergency Form: It is critical that we
have up-to-date information for you. Please fill out one form
for EACH Sutter student that you have.
Textbook distribution at Sutter will follow a drive thru model to
check out student textbooks and any electives or other specialty
subjects supplies that teachers are providing in order to make
sure you have what you need for their classes that are not
available online. In addition, we are providing every student
with a school planner, as well as a mini whiteboard and dry erase
pen (if our order arrives on time) that various subject matters
will use for students to write on during zoom class time.
We will also have hard copies of back to school packet paperwork
available at distribution day, which will all be accessible
online in an email that is forthcoming. We will be following
safety recommendations so that student distributions will be done
in a safe manner.
Distribution will take place in the BACK of the school. 8th
graders will come during their designated time slots based on
last name on August 25th and 26th. 7th graders will come during
their designated time slots on August 27th and 28th.
SEE ATTACHED PDF FOR TIME SLOTS
& MORE DETAILS.
We are asking families to please have a sign with your student’s
name clearly written with marker that is visible from the outside
of the passenger side of your vehicle so we can minimize
interaction to be as safe as possible.
Possible make up days will be offered for those that are unable
to make it. Those dates and times will be forthcoming.
Welcome back to a new school year from the Nutrition Services
Department. We want to let you know that beginning September 3rd
students attending Sutter (or any SCUSD school) will need to
apply and qualify for the National School Lunch Program. Make
sure to submit your application and avoid any meals charges.
Since March our team has served over 2 million free meals
curbside for children in our Sacramento region to ensure every
child has access to nutritious meals during school
Now more than ever it’s important to apply for free or
reduced meals in the event other funding or services are
linked to your student’s eligibility in the school meal program.
It is easy to apply and find out if you qualify for free school
meals. To apply for the meal program, please visit www.scusd.edu/applyformeals.
You will receive an eligibility notification via email within 48
hours. Be sure to print out your eligibility confirmation
document and take it with you to show to our staff at any school
site serving curbside meals.
For more information about the Nutrition Services Program, meal
prices, list of locations serving curbside meals, and menus
SCUSD Math Level Challenge
Process Letter for students who feel they are
capable of “skipping” a math level. We are not promoting that
students skip, just letting parents & students know the steps to
take should they desire that opportunity.
All three of these forms must be completed prior to students
trying out for any sport. Completed forms can be scanned
to Natasha-Brown@scusd.edu or
can be turned into the office once school has reopened.