Have you ever wanted to communicate with deaf people, but
didn’t know how? Want to learn how about the Service dogs
you see on campus?Want to make new friends and do fun seasonal
activities with a buddy?You will do this all and more on
Wednesdays during lunch – Room 121( last room at the end of
Feel like drawing? Love anime? Join the Anime club – it’s up and
running. This club started several years ago with just five
students and has evolved to include as many as forty at times. At
the meetings, students (“Anime-niacs”) talk about their favorite
anime characters, play cards, trade anime books, draw, and make
new friends. . All students are welcome!
Calling all creative peeps! If you are a doodler, a
painter, a cake decorator, an anime artist or just someone who
loves to make things look cool, Art Club could be the place for
you! Join Art Club and get to know other zany art-y folks, learn
new ways of expressing yourselves and share your ideas and
artwork! You don’t have to have any specific materials or
art making experience, just a willingness to try new things and
Whether you enjoy experimenting in the kitchen or just want to
learn how to bake, this is the club for you! We will meet
on the last Monday of the month at lunch in the gym to share
recipes and plan school baking competitions. Learn
different baking techniques, have fun, meet new friends and
improve your baking skills in baking club this year.
BSU means Black Student Union. BSU is something that raises
cultural awareness, promotes and more positive image on black
students and is a safe place where black students can express
their thoughts, opinions, and experiences about racism and
inequality. BSU is an official club at Sutter that makes students
feel comfortable,safe and welcome. Our goals are to empower black
students, educate them on the real history that we DONT learn in
our text books and inspire them to use there voice.
Club Advisors: Ms. Brown, Ms. Turner,
and Ms. Eselekhomhen
Campus Light is back for its second
year! Campus Light is a student-led, Christian club
that’s open to everyone! This club was started because we
know how difficult it can be to stay strong in your faith on
a junior high campus, and we wanted a place where we could all
hang out, encourage each other, and have fun. We play games, eat,
socialize, and share the Word. Campus Light meets every Tuesday
during lunch in Mrs. Henrikson’s room–Room 205. Come and hang
out with us! We can’t wait to meet you!
Are you up for a challenge? How fit are you? Come
every Friday at lunch to train and then see who is the fittest of
all when we do a Fit Challenge on the last Friday of the month.
Each month will be a different challenge. Hang out
with friends and get fit!
Are you a member of the LGBTQ+ community? If not, would you like
to show your support for people who are? Either way, you
have a place here. This club welcomes people of all genders and
sexualities to engage in open discussion and activism. We provide
a safe space for students to express thoughts, worries and
questions and share advice with peers. Don’t let the fear of
being different hold you back from changing the world! And
remember, you don’t have to “come out” to come out to the club!
If you’re a fast thinker, love math, and enjoy competition, join
Mathletes! Sutter’s Mathletes have been on a first place
winning streak for years and Ms. Martin wants to continue this
tradition. To be a Mathlete you need a
teacher recommendation and a love for math. The Mathletes
practice at Sutter and compete in tournaments at TBD.
*Mathletes will meet the 2nd & 4th Friday of the month.
Newcomer Club welcomes newly immigrated students from
all over the world and students interested in meeting those who
are new to our Sutter community. Join us in Room 210 on Thursdays
at lunch for the fun!
Origami Club is starting on Wednesday, October 5. In this
club, you will learn how to make various origami, including
animals, flowers, and multi-piece shapes. There is no experience
required to join. If you’re already well experienced, then our
club is just a place to fold origami and eat lunch! Some of the
projects we will do are folding a thousand paper cranes over the
course of the year, making a 30-piece modular icosahedron, and
much more! Join the origami club for a fun experience!
Do you love skate boarding, but you have nobody to ride with?
Whether you’re a seasoned skater or just getting started,
join the skate club. During skate sessions, you can
practice your skills and learn new tricks from other
club members. Everyone is welcome.
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