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    IHS Bulletin June 15, 2020
    Posted on 06/16/2020
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    SENIORS: Graduates who have outstanding fines will not receive an official transcript or diploma until fines are taken care of or the materials are returned.

    This is the last week to drop off textbooks and library books. You must also turn in your laptop IF you are a graduating senior or leaving Seattle Public Schools (otherwise hang on to your laptop). June 16-19 (Tuesday through Friday) between the hours of 9:00am – 3:00pm, you may come to Ingraham’s main entrance at 1819 N. 135th St and enter through the front doors into the foyer and leave your items on the cart. Please do not enter the building from the foyer, as visitors are not allowed in the building at this time.

    Graduation Ceremony
    We are looking forward to celebrating our graduating seniors and their accomplishments during Ingraham High School's Class of 2020 Digital Graduation Ceremony which will be on Wednesday, June 17th at 7:00pm.

    The Ingraham High School Graduation Ceremony will be televised on SPS-TV and broadcast on the district’s YouTube channel. The whole IHS Community is invited to watch together.

    Link for YouTube channel:

    SPS-TV is on the following channels with these cable providers:

    • Comcast 26 (standard-def) 319 (hi-def)
    • Wave 26 (standard-def) 695 (hi-def)
    • Century Link 8008 (standard-def) 8508 (hi-def)

    Help us celebrate our grads by sharing photos and messages on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter using #SPSClassof2020.

    Auditions Open for Ingraham Theatre Play Production Course
    The winter play for January 2021 will be Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. If you are planning to enroll in the Theatre Play Production course you must submit an audition for the class. Please send a video of yourself performing a Shakespeare monologue of no more than 2 minutes to no later than June 22. Please email Heidi Oveson with any questions.

    Seattle Public Schools Email Accounts for Students
    On May 26, 2020, Seattle Public Schools launched email accounts for all students. To better support remote continuous learning, the district is enabling student email accounts and expanding the online meeting tools: Microsoft Teams and Zoom.

    These changes will help improve communications, user experience, and security for students and teachers. Parents/Guardians, please share this link with your student, which has instructions and more information about the student email accounts:

    Yearbooks will arrive in early July and will be distributed via drive-through at the East entrance on days/times below. Note that the pick- up schedule is alphabetical by last name and try to come on the correct day.

    You will not be able to buy books at the distribution site. Please buy in advance using SchoolPay. This is so we can comply with social distancing and keep everyone healthy. Be sure to bring an ID. Having your purchase receipt on hand is also recommended in case we've mistakenly not added you to the list.

    Last name begins with A-H
    Mon, July 13: 1:00-3:00

    Last name begins with I-P
    Tues, July 14: 1:00-3:00

    Last name begins with Q-Z
    Wed, July 15: 1:00-3:00

    Click this link to order on School Pay:

    From the Ingraham Counseling Office:
    Food Lifeline will be at their new location to distribute food boxes every Tuesday from 11am-3pm through at least July 7th. They will be at North Seattle College South Parking Lot, 9600 College Way North

    ANYONE can have access to this food. This is a confidential distribution, so there will be no paperwork or qualification. Food Lifeline is only asking for zip codes to track its efforts.

    Y-WE (Young Women Empowered) are replacing Y-WE Create Camp with Create Re-Imagined, a four-week collection of programs that will allow you to engage as much or as little as you want with a variety of different options some of which might include the opportunity for socially distant gathering in small cohorts outside (see below for the various type of offerings). Questions? Contact them at for more details! To register, go to

    They will kick off Create Re-Imagined with an Opening Ceremony on June 27 hosted by BJ Star and Kamilla Kafiyeva. This will be an opportunity for all youth, mentors and facilitators to come together, play some games, get to know one another and set our intentions. And we will close out with an Open Mic and Share Back open to families and our entire Y-WE Community on July 26.

    Program offerings. Detailed descriptions, dates, and times of each program can be found on their website.

    6-day Intensives:

    • Murals // Making // Mindfulness
    • The Avatars Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse
    • Jewelry as Embellishment
    • What's my STYLE?
    • Y-WE Write Camp (+1 day extra)

    Weekly Cohorts: June 29 - July 25:

    • Nature Art and Journaling
    • Creating Your Artistic Practice: Learning from Tarot & Other Artists
    • Empowered Outdoors
    • DIY Healing
    • Hands on the Land at Marra Farm (Monday & Friday cohorts) **
    Drop In +:
    • Quarantine Kitchen
    • Verses, Vibes & Deep Dives at 5 on Fridays
    • 1:1 Education Support
    Junior Economic Club of Seattle
    Interested in the fields of business, finance, economics, or entrepreneurship? The Junior Economic Club of Seattle (JEC) is a selective student-run organization whose members have access to exclusive networking events, internships, workshops, scholarships, and volunteer opportunities. Additionally, members are given the chance to meet and network with Seattle's business leaders. The JEC of Seattle represents one of several such branches internationally, including Chicago, Toronto, Dubai, Los Angeles, and more.

    We are currently recruiting 50 members for the 2020-2021 term, as well as 6 students to serve on the Board of Directors of the JEC Seattle branch. This is a very rare and prestigious opportunity to be part of something that will give you real-world experience in dealing with business professionals, running a nonprofit, leadership, and more.

    Some perks of the Junior Economic Club:
    • Real-world leadership and nonprofit experience
    • Build an expansive network before college
    • Exciting team bonding activities
    • You will get access to exclusive resources, events, connections, and internships not available to JEC members
    • Lots of work but also lots of fun
    • You will make amazing friends and build strong bonds
    • Our past board members have been accepted to Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, Columbia, Georgetown, UPenn, UChicago, Northwestern, and more

    The Junior Economic Club takes great pride in the exceptional and diverse characters that make up its member base. We strive to uphold this standard through highly selective admissions. (Historically, less than half of applicants have been offered membership in the club.)

    If you feel you meet the applicant profile and believe the Junior Economic Club is right for you, we strongly encourage you to apply for a member and/or board position. We look forward to reading your application! Our selection process is holistic, meaning we consider a broad range of factors-experiences, attributes, academic metrics, and demonstrated interest in the world of business when making decisions. Fill out the attached member and/or board application and we will get back to you within 1-3 weeks. We strongly encourage underclassmen especially to apply.

    Member Application:

    Board Application:

    Board Member Roles:

    Organizational Structure:

    You can learn more by taking look at the links above or by visiting We are currently working on setting up the Seattle branch website, so in the meantime please visit Chicago’s website for more information. If you have any questions or concerns, please email and we will get back to you right away.