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    IHS Bulletin May 21, 2021
    Posted on 05/21/2021
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    Ingraham High School Bulletin 

    May 21, 2021                        


    Attendance Office:  Please email

    Student Laptop Tech Help: 206-252-0100 or

    If you need laptop tech help, please find more info including locations at this link

    Note: The John Marshall location has closed. 

    HOW TO RETURN ALL TEXTBOOKS at the END of The YEAR and any other items

    We will have a cart near the north entrance on 135th to return all items.  Student may start to bring in items from last school year now.

    As always, students can return items at any time of day in the mail slot at the custodian door located on the east side near the dumpsters.

    Please look around the house to find books/items from Ingraham.  If you must replace or pay for non-library items, the student should check with the teacher first, then contact Ms. Thein  and Mrs. Brennan for library items.

    If any items are from a different school the student must take it to that school.


    June 12, 2021


    Memorial Stadium, 8:00 PM


    DATE:     Friday, May 28th (new date)

    TIME:      2-4 pm

    WHERE:  East entrance to the gym (park in the lot off Meridian and N. 135th near the pool)

    SENIOR CHECK OUT – Week of June 7-11, 2021

    Return all textbooks, SPS Laptop/charger, pay all fines. (More information to follow)

    Last stop – See your class advisor (room to be announced) – Year End!

    Parents:  You do NOT need to purchase 2021 Graduate yard sign/stake.

    Huff Report


    Season 2 sports are a HUGE success.  The sun is out, kids are playing hard and having FUN!  Congratulations to Boys basketball who are currently tied for 1st with a 5-1 record.  Track and Field, Girls basketball, Wrestling, Tennis, LAX, Ultimate, Baseball, Soccer, Boys swim, (getting up at 5 am to swim is dedication!), fastpitch all competing against very stiff competitors in the Metro league. Post season events will be taking place the 1st and 2nd week of June. GO RAMS!


    SENIORS:  Please return ANY uniforms, equipment you may have borrowed over the years. NO questions asked.  It costs 3 times to replace an item from a uniform set.  Thank you!.


    Cap and Gown Distribution.  Final RAM HOUSE pick-up will be held Friday, May 28th from 2-4 on the East side of the gym.  PLEASE get your orders in, or you run the risk of driving North on I-5 to Everett for pick-up.


    FOOD/HOUSEHOLD ITEMS DRIVE for Ballard Food Bank

    When:  May 31st-June 4th

    Drop-Off:  Eastside of the Gym:  9-4 daily


    WALK FOR WATER event

    Sponsored by our awesome Key Club.  Saturday, May 22 from 10-2 at Greenlake.  Link to donate is on the Ingraham Schoolpay.

    Take care Rams!!!!


    Parent notification of student absences (within 2 days of absence) –

    Parent notification of extended medical, preplanned –

    Parent advance notification of early dismissal

    Questions regarding attendance –

    Clear an absent mark, student present in class – email relevant teacher, teacher will email attendance

    Yearbook Sales Resume on May 24 – Mark Your Calendar!

    Yearbooks will be on sale again from May 24 until the end of the school year. $60 via SchoolPay.  Set a reminder on your calendar now! 

    FCCLA officer applications are open!

    We are led by students and focus on building career skills and volunteering. You don't need to have any experience, just an interest in being involved, improving leadership skills and helping the community. Fill out this form with a few quick questions to apply:

    Have questions? Email, or dm our Instagram @ingraham_fccla

    The Ingraham High School Performing Arts Boosters Seek Board Members

    If you are a parent/guardian of a child in any of the performing arts, now is the time to get involved!  The 2021-22 school year will be a re-building time for these programs.  Now is your opportunity to get involved and have your voice heard.

    We are looking for liaisons to the choir and drama programs (an easy position and a great way to get to know their teachers!), a Fundraising Coordinator and a Communications Chair. 

    Please email to inquire!

    Families of Color Special Education Forums

    For our third and final round of community forums this year, we invite families to join us to share their experiences. Special Education department leadership and staff will be present to provide information, listen to feedback, and answer questions. All sessions will be facilitated, and language supports will be available. Specific links to each session can be found below (click on the title of the event you wish to attend at the time the meeting is scheduled):

    Please contact if you have questions or need information on how to join a meeting via phone.

    ORCA 2020-21 – Valid through 8/31/21

    Did you pick up your SPS ORCA card this year?  If not, it is still available – just send an email to and your card can be ordered.  If you picked up your card, and it has been lost, stolen or damaged – you can replace it the first time for $5.50 (via SchoolPay link) – also send an email to

    WAGIN 2021 Virtual Conference on May 22

    Registration is now open for the 2021 WAGIN Virtual Conference. A team of Ingraham students is organizing the conference. It will take place on Saturday, May 22 from 9 am to 3 pm. Are you learning about and taking action on global issues in a class or a student club? This conference is a great way for your students to share your ideas with an audience of youth from around the world. Registration and other conference details can be found on the conference website:

    WAGIN 2021 will include exciting keynote speakers, student-led workshops, and small group activities. Ingraham students can attend WAGIN 2021 for free! Individual Ingraham students can register using this link: You can also volunteer for the conference and earn service or CAS hours. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Zeichner:

    OneWorld Now World Languages and Leadership Program

    Want to learn a new language? OneWorld Now, a Seattle-based global education nonprofit, will be offering beginning Mandarin Chinese, Modern Standard Arabic and Korean language courses this summer. The cost is $25 per session. Each session is the equivalent of a semester-long high school language class (students earn a .5 credit for each session). Application deadline: June 6th. More info here:

    Global Youth Climate Summit

    Global Youth Climate Summit, is a collaboration between the Center for Deliberative Democracy at Stanford University, the Rustic Pathways Foundation and Rustic Pathways. Build skills for college success, see the world through exciting perspectives, connect with students and Program Leaders from around the world. Become part of a global network of students and experts to work individually, in small teams, and as one global group to learn about and create novel solutions to make meaningful impact on people’s lives. Design innovative solutions to tackle climate change around the world during this high-energy, hands-on multichannel event.

    More info about this opportunity can be found here: Ingraham High School has access to one scholarship to this unique opportunity. Contact Mr. Zeichner for details:

    Counseling Office Bulletin

    SENIORS!  Graduation is coming up soon!  Please watch here for reminders. 

    • Check the Source and make sure all fines are paid online before senior checkout!


    Join Bonnie Rochman, a local college essay coach, for Demystifying the College Essay Process, a Zoom workshop to share tips and strategies for writing a compelling college essay. Essays are an even more important component of the application this year as many schools remain test optional due to COVID. This workshop will take place on Wednesday, May 26, at 7 pm. RSVP to and Bonnie will send a Zoom invite two days before the meeting. (5/14)

    NEW!  North Seattle College Running Start: Prospective Student and Family Zoom Drop-In Sessions

    Hosted by Christina Sheehan, Manager of Running Start and Katy Foster, Running Start Student Success Specialist. No appointment necessary; just drop-in when you’re able during the timeframe listed with this Link.

    Wednesday, May 26: 3 – 4:30pm

    Wednesday, June 2: 3 – 4:30pm

    Wednesday, June 9: 3 – 4:30pm

    SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIESView the full list in Naviance

    The Vivian and Florence Lewis Carkeek Memorial Fund (“Carkeek Scholarship”) is open for students from Seattle Public Schools who plan to enroll in a publicly funded institution of higher learning in Washington State. Applications are due June 10th. More details and the application is available on Naviance and here. For more information, contact (5/14)


    NEW!  Did you know there are jobs and internships posted in the hall just outside the Counseling Center? Come and find something just right for you! (5/21)

    Applications are open for the first cohort of the King County Parks Youth Conservation Corps Internship! Applications are open until May 30. We are looking for high school students (must be 15 years old by July 6) interested in learning about careers related to parks and the environment. Register here. (5/14)

    Penguin Productions is offering two outdoor theater camps for youth this summer: The Tempest (ages 12-19) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (ages 9-14). Camps are at Green Lake. More info on registration, COVID protocol, etc here!  (5/7)

    Paid summer internships from the National Park Service. In My Backyard (IMBY) is a 5-week virtual experience tailored for high school-aged youth looking to better connect with themselves and our nation’s public lands and stories. The program runs from June 28th to July 30th. 5 hours per week (25 total), $16.69/hr. Fill out this brief form. (5/7)

    The Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC) is hosting a Manufacturing Academy at Rainier Beach High School, July 6 - 30. The Academy will provide free hands-on training for careers in aerospace and advanced manufacturing. Participating youth will earn $400 for completing the program ($100 weekly stipend).  To apply, please contact Derek Jones at 206-697-3847 or (5/7)

    LAUNCH206 Summer Internships: Create global business solutions, network with professionals, earn $1000 cash and engage in authentic industry experiences. Students must have taken or be currently enrolled in a CTE class.  Applications are due June 1st. Internship is July 6th – 30th. (5/7)

    Youth Maritime Summer ProgramThe Goodwill Youth Maritime Program is a two-year program which provides high school students with a smooth transition through high school toward a career in maritime. Summer session is July 7th - August 30th.  Students earn a stipend and 80 community service hours.  Questions? Email: Click here to apply.

    Young Executives of Color - UW Foster School of Business. YEOC is a nine-month college pipeline program hosted by the University of Washington Foster School of Business. Students attend sessions on the UW campus one Saturday every month for college preparation, business lectures, professional development, and powerful mentorship. Deadline is May 31, 2021. Info and Apply (5/7)

    The UW Nursing Summer Symposium is a 1-week fully ONLINE summer program from July 12-16, 2021 that seeks to foster, affirm, and encourage high school sophomores and juniors to pursue a career in nursing at no cost to the student. Info and Apply (5/7)

    Students Exploring Pharmacy (STEP) is a customized program designed to inspire Seattle-area high school students as they explore pharmacy as a career option. It will be held on Fridays (July 23, July 30, August 6 and August 13) from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Info and Apply (5/7)

    Seattle Children's Hospital Nurse Camp. Every year we offer local high school students from diverse backgrounds the opportunity to participate in our Nurse Camp at Seattle Children’s, July 13 - 17, 2020. Info and Apply (5/7)

    VIRTUAL COLLEGE VISITS – Sign up on Naviance

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