Eight graders’ creative school slogans are now displayed on Sutter
Middle School’s marquee in front of the school, a result of an inspiring class
English Teacher Nancy Lee thought having her students come
up with slogans for the school would be a fun way to start their argumentative writing
“Kids need to learn the power of words and word choice is
important,” she said.
Students in each of her class periods came up with slogans
for the school.
Their targeted audience was parents and there were
reoccurring themes students wanted to convey in all of the slogans including:
education, community and safety, Lee said.
The teacher liked the slogans her students came up with so
much she decided to share them with Principal Keri Phillips.
There were five slogans total and Phillips selected two to display
on the marquee in front of the school.
Editor’s Note: These are all five of the student slogans that resulted
from the class lesson.
Thrive together, learn forever!
Smarter, safer, Sutter
With great teachers and a safe campus too, try Sutter Middle, it will be right
We're safe, we're smart, we're Sutter
Acceptance and education, a safe place for all