Sutter School is the the designated center for the District's Visually Impaired Program and is one of two computer immersion schools in the Santa Clara Unified School District.
Santa Clara Unified School District and Sutter Elementary School has a partnership with Code To The Future, the nation’s leading computer science program for magnet and theme-based schools. Students at Sutter Elementary School have the opportunity to learn fundamentals of computer coding as part of their daily curriculum. Through 21st Century literacy, students develop critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration skills.
This partnership allows teachers to engage students in block and text-based coding activities to enhance their educational experiences through computer science. Students will have another avenue to apply problem-solving, team building, and presentation skills as they collaborate and share their thinking process with peers. This is another district commitment to computer science programming as the State of California rolls out the new computer science standards.
Sutter Elementary School continues to offer the same, outstanding instruction in reading, writing, math, science, social studies, music, and physical education, all of which are foundational content to these campuses. Coding will be an exciting, integrated enhancement to the excellent learning already taking place.