Please stay tuned to this page throughout the year for the latest news from your PTSO.

Please open the following May Newsletter ‏for a message from the Principle and Information on upcoming events.  May 2015

Remember!! Jamba Juice sales on campus after school every Friday! Help support Sutter! Jamba Juice

Please read below for Sutter’s latest Amazing fundraising partnership with Big Spoon!

Treat yourself

At Big Spoon Yogurt we care about the community to which we belong and want to give back however we can. Big Spoon has partnered with Sutter Middle School, raising funds to support the various needs of the students.

When you purchase your yogurt, just tell the cashier you are from Sutter Middle School on Friday, April 10th, 2015 from Early Release Day 12:30pm-2pm with your transaction and Big Spoon Yogurt will donate 30% or more of your total back to Sutter Middle School.

Big Spoon Yogurt, 3644 J Street Sacramento, CA 95816


Thank you to all who made our Sutter Night at Chipotle a great success!

To all Sutter 8th Grade families,  up to date area High School tour dates and information is now available on the Sutter PTSO/High School Tours and Parent Information webpage.

In addition, please visit the Sutter PTSO Oktoberfest page to see a list of our amazing sponsors who made this event ROCK!!!

Stop by and say hello and thank them in person!

Thank you to the amazing Staff who give so much to our kids!


Sutter PTSO

4 responses to “SUTTER HAPPENINGS

  1. I did not follow instructions. I wanted 2 tickets for Oktoberfest so I donated $80 to Sutter Middle school. Thanks for your help. My email is

  2. Where would I go to find the budget? I’d like to review your spendings before I decide if I would like to support the organization in any way.

  3. Supported the PTSO Chipotle night and wondered how successful it was. What was the percentage that Sutter got, and is it something to consider doing more than once? I think that it would be most helpful for our parents to know what the profit was that evening so that they might promote outsiders to support these events, too.
    I say this since many families are not able to support the major functions, however, would be willing to support ones that “feed” their family members at the same time without any additional cost.

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