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    IHS Bulletin Jan 22, 2021
    Posted on 01/26/2021
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    Student Laptop Tech Help: 206-252-0100 or

    If you are having tech issues with your district issued laptop, please go to:

    John Marshall Alternative School
    520 NE Ravenna Blvd, Seattle, WA 98115
    Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
    Closed for Lunch 11 - 11:30

    Students:  If you need laptop tech help, please find more info at this link

    No School on Thursday, January 28th, Day off between Semesters

    Students:  Earn High School Credit for Work!

    Did you know that you can earn high school credit for working hours at your job? 

    You could earn .5 credit for 180 hours, or 1 credit for 360 hours.  Ingraham’s Career Connected Learning Coordinator, Catherine Smith, is holding an informational meeting where you can learn how to complete the forms you need and learn about additional requirements. 

    When:  January 26th at 1:00pm

    Join Here:  Join Microsoft Teams Meeting

    Questions?  Contact Catherine Smith at

    The Ingraham Performing Arts Boosters (IPAB) cordially invite you to join us for our
    Virtual STUDENT SHOWCASE 2021

    "Behind the Scenes"
    Saturday, February 6th, 2021 at 7:00pm
    Find Us HERE!

    It's an opportunity to learn more about what your student and others have been working on in their Arts classes at Ingraham! 

    Join the community for a night where we can come together while we are apart.

    Want to learn more - click here! We can’t wait to see you there!

    Free COVID testing


    Neighborcare Health and Seattle Public Schools Present: Community Covid-19 Testing 

    Covid-19 testing is available for all students, staff, family, and community members in this outdoor event. Everyone is eligible to receive a test regardless of insurance or immigration status.  Testing is also FREE for everyone. We will bill your insurance if you have it, but will not charge a fee if you do not have insurance or your insurance does not cover testing. On-site interpretation services available through phone.

    Date: Tuesday February 2nd, 2021 from 12:00-4:00pm  

    Location: Madison Middle School:  3429 45th Avenue SW, Seattle, WA 98116  

    For questions, please contact: 

    Neighborcare Community Access Team at 206-333-2524 


    Neighborcare Health y las Escuelas Públicas de Seattle presentan: prueba comunitaria Covid-19 

    La prueba Covid-19 está disponible para todos los estudiantes, el personal, la familia y los miembros de la comunidad en este evento al aire libre. Todos son elegibles para recibir una prueba sin importar su seguro o estatus migratorio. Las pruebas también son GRATIS para todos. Le facturaremos a su seguro si lo tiene, pero no le cobraremos una tarifa si no tiene seguro o si su seguro no cubre las pruebas. Servicios de interpretación en el lugar disponibles por medio del teléfono.

    Fecha: Martes Febrero 2, 2021 de 12:00 a 4:00pm  

    Lugar: Escuela Secundaria Madison: 3429 45th Avenue SW, Seattle, WA 98116  

    Si tiene preguntas favor de comunicarse a: 

    Equipo de Acceso Comunitario Neighborcare al 206-333-2524 

    Office of African American Male Achievement Listen and Learn Forums

    The Office of African American Male Achievement is launching our Listen and Learn Forum in February 2021 to continue to listen to Black families as we reconstruct our educational system to celebrate the brilliance and excellence of Black boys and teens.  AAMA is committed to the long journey of dismantling a legacy of systematic racism.  We invite Black families to participate and collectively envision what an educational environment looks like for Black boys and teens to thrive.  Learn more about the AAMA Listen and Learn Forums and register to participate.

    Questions?  Contact

    Ingraham Tutors Available!

    Students, are you looking for some support in a difficult class? We have tutors who can work one-on-one with you to help you make the grade! Please contact Susan Knutsen:

    Questions about becoming a tutor? Please contact Elizabeth Hudd:

    Students: Invitation to Join FCCLA

    Are you looking for a way to get more involved? Do you want to help your community? Join FCCLA! 

    Some things we’ll do this spring are the Students Rebuild challenge where we celebrate people in our community, build wooden toys for kids in hospitals, and organize another blood drive! We meet every Tuesday at 12 and would love to see you there! 

    To get the meeting link, join our Remind by texting @fcclaihs20 to 81010 or email and say you’d like to be added to the email list.

    Please Check for Overdue Materials

    Students and Parents:  Ms. Brennan, the Ingraham Librarian, announced last week that we have over 700 students (roughly half of our students) who have outstanding fines or items to return.  Please check if you have textbooks, library books or other items from last year that you have been meaning to return to school.  You might even have items that need to be returned to your former middle school (which need to be returned directly to that school).  You can return items to Ingraham any time by dropping off at the custodial entrance next to the loading dock, which is near the east entrance to the gym.  Follow the green arrows to the double-doors back in the corner and drop your items through the slot in the door. 

    Ms. Brennan will also be outside on the following days and times, if you would like to drop off items then:

    Where:  East parking lot entrance, tables will be outside

    When:  Tuesday, January 26th and Wednesday, January 27th, from 3:30 – 5:00pm.

    Hi Families of Class of 2023!

    Class merchandise is still available! Buy a fabulous hoodie or a crew-neck sweatshirt, made with Ram Pride. All proceeds will go to funding the Class of 2023’s future events, such as next year’s Prom! Links are available through Schoolpay below:

    For Crewnecks:

    For Sweater:

    CJ Wisler (she/her)

    Ingraham High School

    Language Arts, Social Studies, ELL

    Attention Rams: Submissions for the Avalanche Literary Magazine are now open!

    This year's theme is The Little Things. Submissions can be any original creative work! In the past we've accepted poetry, short stories, personal essays, original music, visual art, and photography---and these submissions do not have to strictly adhere to the theme. Please send your work to before March 1st, 2021 to be included in this year's online edition of the Avalanche, along with your name and grade level. We can't wait to see what you come up with!

    Yearbook Student and Staff Photos

    Update:  Yearbook photos deadline extended to February 1st.

    Students and Staff should have received another email from CampusLinx SelfieID with instructions to download and begin using the SelfieID app for Yearbook class photos.  Look for it in your school inbox.  Hopefully it was not sent to your Junk box, but if it is not in your Inbox then please check your Junk folder. 

    The email will contain instructions about how to download the app and take selfies for the Yearbook.  You may also submit a photo you’ve already had taken.  If you need help, contact Ms. Peaslee at

    The deadline has been extended to be sure everyone is in The Book of This Most Memorable Year.  Please get your photos in by February.   

    All other Yearbook Photos

    We are crowd sourcing most photos this year and want to include as many students as possible. Right now, we're looking for photos of you and your Ingraham sibling(s), unique ways you celebrate your culture over the holidays, your pets. If you want us to find your Celebrity Look alike send a selfie. 

    Click here to submit Yearbooks photos.

    Library News

    Curbside checkout is held Thursdays 2:30pm – 3:30pm (NO CHECKOUT ON THUR, JAN 28th)

    At the Ingraham main entrance on N. 135th Street near the flagpole.

    Put items on hold and pick them up Thursday.

    Happy Reading, Mrs. Brennan

    Counseling Office Bulletin

    Semester 2 Schedule Adjustments. For students who need to request changes to their 2020-2021 Semester 2 schedule, please complete the Microsoft Form found in your Counselor’s Schoology page. Look for a folder and/or an announcement. Once your counselor has reviewed your request, she will respond to you through your school district email address. Please remember that schedule change requests can only be made if you have an incomplete schedule, you are in the wrong level or track, missing a graduation requirement or there is an issue due to a running start class conflict.

    Get high school credit for work! You can earn .5 credit for 180 hours or 1 credit for 360 hours. Ms. Smith, the Career Connected Learning Coordinator, will be offering a “Worksite Learning Information Meeting” on Teams on Tues, Jan 26 at 1:00PM. If you are unable to attend, please contact Ms. Smith, 

    Seattle Hospitality Worker Emergency Relief Fund. This fund is for folks who live in Seattle, employed or lost employment due to COVID in Seattle, presently work or worked in hospitality and household income is at or below 60% AMI (area median income). More information and online application form found here.

    STUDENTS. Teen Link, a branch of Crisis Connections, provides mental health resources for teens in Washington State and are perhaps best known for their anonymous and confidential peer help line, which is for teens by teens. Their call, chat, and text lines are available for peer-to-peer support 4 days a week, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 6pm-10pm. 1-866-TEENLINK (833-6546). Adults will be available other times. 

    Middle College High School's Virtual Open House will be on Jan 26th 4:30-5:30pm and Feb 2nd from 6-7pm. You only need to attend one of the nights--both sessions contain the same information. Meeting links are as follows: Jan 26th meeting and Feb 2nd meeting. Email Kattie Jones at with any questions.

    MCHS is a small cohort-based community of learners. The program starts with 9th and 10th graders attending one of the small sites located on either the UW or SU campuses. Students receive honors level education while preparing to attend full-time, enhanced Running Start in 11th & 12th grade.

    They offer:

    • Small class sizes approximately 1 teacher: 20 students
    • Deep exploration into content areas
    • Social justice/ethnic studies embedded into the program
    • On Campus Support in college classes
    • Running Start in 11/12th grade
    • Access to university amenities while on campus
    • All students should graduate with college credits and potentially an AA degree!


    Do you want to apply to University of Redlands? There is still time to apply for Fall 2021. They have communicated with us the following: “We wanted to send you an email to let you know that although our Regular Decision deadline was on Friday, January 15, we are still working with students interested in submitting an application. Should you have a student interested in applying over the upcoming weeks, feel free to contact us … via email at We know this academic year has been different for all of us.”

    College Counseling Webinar over Zoom, “Choosing High School Classes to Strengthen Your College Applications,” on Sunday January 24th at 3pm PST. This webinar is free and open to parents and students of any age who want to learn more. You can register for the webinar here. This webinar is provided by Susanna de Chenonceau, M. Ed.

    CEO CollegeMapper, Seattle, WA,, 206.999.1943.

    Starting in January, CollegeMapper will be releasing new videos weekly with the most up-to-date information about action items for high school students, including advice for staying on track for college during online learning. Our January Senior video is out now! Sign up for their email list to receive notifications when your grade’s videos are released, or subscribe to our YouTube Channel. They also have launched the CollegeMapper phone app, which provides a personalized timeline of every step you should be taking in high school for the college admissions process, complete with videos, handouts, and other resources for each task. You can download the app here.

    STEM-Focused College Webinar Thursday, February 4, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

    Do you plan to pursue STEM in college?  Many students pursue STEM majors in college for the wrong reasons and are often unaware of the specific skills and experiences to cultivate in order to be competitive for college admission, internships, and jobs in these areas. Join Dr. Mark Hofer for an introductory talk on the STEM college application and admissions process. This seminar is most helpful for parents of freshmen and sophomores, but families of juniors will find it useful, too.

    RSVP: This is a free online class sponsored by the Phinney Neighborhood Association PNA.  Contact Mark at for webinar link and password.

    Dr. Hofer received a doctorate in education and a master’s degree in teaching from Seattle University.  He is a graduate of UC Irvine’s College Counseling program and is one of only four Certified Educational Planners (CEP) in Washington state.  For the past ten years, he has been the college admissions advisor and taught leadership for the Bezos Family Foundation in Seattle.  With other degrees in the sciences, Mark has also worked in psychology, physiology, biology, chemistry, physics, and aerospace research labs and has taught high school science and psychology.

    REMINDER. The deadline for students to complete both their Seattle Promise and Seattle Colleges application is February 1st. Please make sure you apply for the scholarship. Remember this scholarship will pay for 2 years or up to 90 credits at North, Central or South Seattle College. Online instructions and application forms can be found here. Seattle Colleges also have application workshops where one is able to receive assistance in completing their application. You may also contact Kelsey Peronto if you need assistance or have any questions:  206-934-4714 or

    Students who submit a Seattle Colleges application may see a delay in receiving confirmation that their application was received. This is due to delayed processing in the admissions offices at the Seattle Colleges. If you believe that you have completed your application but haven’t received a confirmation, you can double check that your application was submitted with the following steps: Students can double check if their Seattle Colleges application was submitted by logging into the web admissions center and clicking “Review Application History” on the top right. If it says “Application Form Submitted” to either North, Central or South Seattle College, they are all set! 


    AMERICAN INDIAN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP. Deadline: March 1, 2021. Award: Range from $500 - $2000. This scholarship helps financially needy students with close social and cultural ties to a Washington State American Indian community pursue a college education and who plan to use their education to benefit the American Indian community in this state. Apply through The Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC) at the link above.

    Atsuhiko Tateuchi Memorial Scholarship. Deadline to apply: March 1, 2021. Award: $5,000 scholarship, renewable annually. This scholarship is offered to the following types of students:

    Graduating High School Seniors planning to attend an accredited vocational school, college or university (2-year or 4-year degrees).

    Students returning to school or currently enrolled in an accredited vocational school, college or university seeking support to continue your certificate or degree.

    Students entering or enrolled in graduate or professional degree programs (MA, PhD, MD, JD, etc.).

    Preference will be given to students of Japanese ancestry or other Asian ancestry. Students must be a resident of Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, or Washington State. Students must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher at current school or the most recently completed academic experience. Must demonstrate financial need. Application available on Survey Monkey. Apply here


    AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) “is a full-time, team-based residential service program for young adults who want to give back to communities in need at different locations across the country. For 10 months, you’ll work on 3-5 projects such as: cleaning up parks, engaging with youth, building homes, fighting and preventing wildfires, and helping communities recover from disasters.” Application instructions are found here. Questions? Contact Stephanie Torres at