Class of 2017 - Senior Information
Senior Cards: this is your student’s ticket to the Prom (June 2nd), Senior Breakfast (the morning of graduation), and the overnight Senior party known as Spree, which takes place right after graduation. While the actual cost of these events runs into hundreds of dollars per person, the class of 2017 students and families have been fundraising for years for these celebrations, so the Senior Card is currently only $90. This is the very end of the fundraising push!
Where to buy it? Senior Cards are on sale during lunch by the Activities Center. There have been regular announcements about this at school throughout recent weeks, but if you or your student have any questions, feel free to send me an email or stop by and see me in room #101.
How to buy it? The Senior Card is $90. The student should bring a check (preferred) or cash to the Activities Center. The Senior Card is $90 through Friday March 3rd, but then prices will go up, starting with a jump to $110, so please act quickly!
Why should you buy it? This is the ticket to the three major senior events – without the Senior Card, your student can not attend these events.
What does the money go toward? This last bit of fundraising is especially crucial to Spree, which is an annual tradition for IHS seniors and is planned by a hard-working group of senior parent volunteers. We can’t tell you much right now, since the location and details are a top-secret surprise for our students, but we guarantee they’ll have an amazing time. Here are some details from past Sprees to give you an idea of what the evening could include for the 200 students we estimate will attend :
- Venues like Teatro Zinzanni, Arena Sports, Argosy Cruises, The Sandbox
- Entertainment like hypnotists, fortune-tellers, caricaturists, magicians, live DJs
- Food, snacks, and breakfast
- Special prizes and giveaways
- Security and chaperones
A couple of final notes:
If you are able to offer a donation to the Class of 2017 to help cover the cost of Spree, we would be very grateful! You can send this in with your student when they buy the Senior Card, or shoot me an email if you have any questions.
There will be plenty of opportunities to volunteer and help out as we get a little closer to June; I will be in touch but feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
French / Advisor to the Class of 2017
Ingraham High School