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    IHS Bulletin Sep. 18, 2020
    Posted on 09/04/2020
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    Pickup Days Scheduled for Yearbooks, ORCA Cards, Class Materials, RAM Mask Orders

    When:  9/23, 9/24, 9/25; 1:50pm – 3:50pm (choose a day that works for you)

    Where:  Ingraham HS, East entrance to the upper gym. Enter the Visitor Parking from N. 135th St. 

    Not all teachers will have class materials for pickup, so you may not have anything to pick up. Your teachers will communicate whether you should pick up anything on the above dates.

    More dates for materials pickup will likely be scheduled in October. 

    Riding Metro is free until the end of September, so if your student needs an ORCA Card, this is the time to pick one up.  We will not be mailing ORCA Cards. All high school students will receive an ORCA card. Students need to be attending school full-time and not just for athletic purposes only.

    If you ordered a 2019-20 yearbook, or an Ingraham mask, this is your opportunity to pick up those items as well.  You can still buy last year’s yearbook until 9/25 on School Pay.

    Please remember to wear a mask and practice social distancing.


    Hello Ram Volunteers!

    We are off to a remote start but need to get materials to students and need some help. Please consider joining us next week to greet students in a socially distanced way and help distribute things like ORCA cards, yearbooks and textbooks. Please wear a mask and meet at the gym.

    Please contact Elizabeth Hudd at with any volunteering questions. 


    Start of School Forms – Please Return by September 30 

    Please review and complete the following Start of School Forms.  All forms are available to download. If you need paper copies of any of the forms mailed to your home, email Jill Metz at or call the Main Office at 206-252-3880.

    Completed Forms May Be Returned by:

    • Email to
    • Mail to Ingraham High School 1819 N. 135th St, Seattle, WA 98133
    • Drop off during the Yearbook/Orca Card/Materials pickup on 9/23-9/25
    • Drop off any time by September 30th at the Custodial Door/Loading Dock, to the right of the East Entrance of the building (next to upper gym entrance).  There is a slot in the door for drop off. 

    Online Student Verification Form

    Please review and update emergency contact info, and any health updates for the Ingraham Nurse via the Source. Visit the District Student Verification Form post for complete details and FAQ. The window to update your student’s information is now through September 30th.


    Do You Have Items to Return?

    If you still have books or other materials from last school year to return, you can return them at the materials pickup mentioned above on 9/23 – 9/25, 1:50pm-3:50pm OR you can come anytime to Ingraham to drop them off at the Custodial / Loading Dock entrance on the east side of the building.  Enter the Visitor Parking from N. 135th St.  Take the pathway to the right of the east entrance near the upper gym and put items in the slot in the door.  If the item is too large, please call the office to make special arrangements, 206-252-3880.


    Rams Sports Sign-ups Now All Online

    Ingraham Rams!  You can now complete sports paperwork by logging on to

    Questions? Please email Athletic Director, Traci Huffer at or Athletic Secretary, Maria Medina at

    Seattle Public Schools to Continue Distributing Student Meals

    SPS will continue to distribute meals at meal sites.  Please go to this link for more information and to find the site nearest to you. 


    Laptop Distribution – Correction

    If you still need a 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

    If you need laptop tech help, please see instructions at this link:


    Flu Shots Coming Soon! A Note from Nurse Janet Boyett:

    We urge everyone to get a flu shot this fall. Flu and COVID-19 symptoms are similar which could cause confusion. Getting the flu shot is the single most effective way to prevent the flu. Seattle Visiting Nurse Association plans to offer multiple “drive-through” flu clinics at 16 schools starting Sept 21-Oct 2. School staff, students and families can access the flu clinic schedule your flu shot here! Scroll to Ingraham, if you want to get it here.

    SVNA accepts Apple Health, Medicaid, Medicare, most forms of private insurance (including all SPS staff insurance types) and credit cards. SVNA is not able to accept Cigna or Tricare insurance. Students who do not have health insurance can access a flu shot through the School-Based Health Centers.  Ingraham’s Teen Health Center link:

    For the form for the drive through clinics, see link below. This needs to be completely filled out. Families who have no insurance can write “No insurance” and the student can still get a flu shot. Students who are enrolled in their school-based health center can also get the flu shot through the SBHC (School-Based Health Center). King County School Health

    Ingraham High School- Visiting Nurse Drive Through Immunizations

    Tuesday, September 22, 2020 - 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
    Friday, October 2, 2020 - 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    Frequently asked questions:

    1. How do I schedule multiple family members at a time?  They should schedule them all for one time slot, if they intend to come at the same time. 
    2. What if I don’t get confirmation of my appointments?  Please wait for an hour before worrying, if after an hour there is no appointment reminder provided, please email:
    3. What if I can’t reschedule after I have scheduled- what do I do?  Please email
    4. Any issues or challenges… Please email

    More clinics are available you can search by date or location.

    Seattle Visiting Nurses Consent Form (English)
    Seattle Visiting Nurses Consent Form (Spanish)

    Vaccine Information Statement
    Privacy Practices
    Flu Vaccine Recommendations Update (CDC)

    View Flu Clinics by DATE
    View Flu Clinics by SCHOOL

    In good health,

    Janet Boyett, BSN RN NCSN

    Ingraham High School Nurse

    Monday-Thursday 8:30-4:00

    Phone: 206 252-3887

    Fax: 206 743-3130


    Library Books

    Curbside checkout is held Thursdays 230pm – 330pm

    At 135th Street near the flagpole.

    Put items on hold and pick them up Thursday.


    2020-21 Yearbooks

    New Yearbooks for 2020-21 are on sale from 9/18 - 10/9 for $50. This price may not last. Buy now on Schoolpay.


    Ingraham Clubs

    Students, if you are looking to join a club or creating a new one, please check the club offerings on the Ingraham website

    or the Ingraham App.  If you don’t see the club you are interested in, apply to start one using the link provided below.  You must have a staff advisor confirmed prior to submitting the application.  Clubs will be meeting during Enrichment hours. GO RAMS!  Traci Huffer

    Here's the link to the form "INGRAHAM CLUB APPLICATION FORM ":


    Junior States of America

    Interested in politics, activism, and debate? Join Junior States of America (JSA). JSA is a nonpartisan, nationwide, student led activism and debate organization. Currently JSA are hosting many free virtual events with experts and politicians to talk about current issues. JSA has an extensive network of young people interested in activism and politics across the US. Ingraham’s chapter has weekly meetings on Mondays after school where we have debates, discussions, mock trials, and mock congresses about current events and issues. For more information contact one of our officers -student : .To attend our first meeting of the year, on Monday Sept 21st at 3:25, follow our Instagram @ingraham_jsa and join our remind class (code e3e7e7) to get the link.


    FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America)

    Do you want to have fun doing community service and becoming a better leader this school year? FCCLA will be holding its first meeting on Tuesday, September 22nd at 11:50 (during lunch). Want more information? Follow @ingraham_fccla on Instagram to learn more. We have an interest form and Remind code that we will use to send the meeting link. Email Ms. Monfils or dm our Instagram with any questions!

    FCCLA Interest Form Link:

    FCCLA Remind Link: 


    ASU (Asian Student Union)

    ASU will have our first meeting on Monday, September 21st at 12 during lunch. Anyone is welcome to join! We will meet weekly to learn about the Model Minority myth, spotting microaggressions, and other fun activities as well! Join our Remind with this link and follow us on Instagram @asu_ingraham! If interested in joining fill out this quick form or email us: Hope to see you there!


    Key Club

    Key Club's first meeting is on Tuesday, September 22 at 12:00 am at lunch. Key Club is an international student-led organization that makes a difference through fun and meaningful service opportunities. We have biweekly meetings where we participate in virtual activities like writing cards to healthcare workers and fundraising for the thirst project. To check it out, fill out this form and follow @ingrahamkeyclub on Instagram. 


    MESA Club 

    Are you interested in participating in STEM activities and want to compete in local and national competitions? Join MESA Club! MESA is a national organization created to promote Mathematics, Engineering, and Science Achievement programs in school. Everyone is welcome, no experience necessary! If you are interested in joining, fill out this short form:, or feel free to email us at to learn more.


    Math Club

    The Math Club (all are welcome, especially those who like puzzles) will meet Wednesdays at lunch starting Sep 16. Join us via this link:

    Join Microsoft Teams Meeting

    +1 206-800-4125   United States, Seattle (Toll)

    Conference ID: 325 765 342#


    Environmental Club

    Environmental Club will have our first meeting on Wednesday, September 23 at 11:35 am (during lunch)! We will meet every week to learn and discuss topics such as Environmental Racism or the history of Environmental Policy. To come to our meetings, join our Remind with the code: @ihsenviro. To get more info, follow @ihs.environmentalclub on Instagram. If you have any questions, please dm us or email


    National Honors Society Applications Open Now

    Apply for National Honors Society! The application, linked here, is open now through October 23rd. Please share it with your friends if they are interested too! We encourage everyone in grades 10, 11, or 12 to apply, and you don't need to be in honors, IB, or running start classes to become a member. All are welcome! This PDF provides more information about each section of the application.

    If you have any questions, email the club officers at or find us on Instagram @ingrahamnhs. 


    Ingraham Performing Arts Boosters (IPAB)


    If you have a student in music or drama at Ingraham, you are a part of Ingraham Performing Arts Boosters (IPAB)! We want to give you a warm welcome, especially for those of you that are new to Ingraham. Our meetings are the first Wednesday of each month. We would love to see new parents at our Oct. 7 Zoom meeting. Contact us for details:

    Our website is and is full of information about the performing arts programs, volunteering opportunities, and fundraising. 

    Message from the Teen Health Center at Ingraham

    Hello students and families,

    As the new school year approaches, we are excited to share how students and families can access health care at school this year.

    Public Health/Kaiser School-based Health Centers Will Be Open This Fall!

    We are happy to share that the Public Health and Kaiser Health Center at Ingraham will be open this fall.  We are excited to offer both remote and scheduled, in-person visits for physical and behavioral health to students this fall.  If you are interested in scheduling an appointment for your teen, please call our clinic coordinator, Christy An at 206.205.0430.  If your teen is not yet registered, here is the link to our registration forms:  Completed forms can be e-mailed to Christy at; mailed to Ingraham Teen Health Center, 1819 N 135th St, Seattle, WA 98133; or brought by your student at the time of their appointment. 

    .We look forward to serving our students and families this fall.  Go Rams!

    Christy, Teri, and Elenora

    Your Ingraham School-Based Health Center team


    From the Counseling Office:


    • Earn .5 Credit for 180 hours worked in one semester or one credit for 360 hours
    • You qualify if you are 16 or over and have completed/are enrolled in a qualifying CTE class
    • You can receive help finding a job
    • An information TEAMS meeting will take place at 2:30 on Monday 9/21.

    You will learn how to enroll and what is required from you to get credit Join Microsoft Teams Meeting

    Contact: Ms. Smith, CCLC


    School-Day PSAT and SAT

    PSAT: January 

    Seattle Pubic School has cancelled the October administration of the school day PSAT & PSAT/NMSQT.

    The revised plan is for Seattle Public Schools to administer the PSAT (Preliminary SAT) to sophomores and the PSAT/NMSQT to junior students on Tuesday, January 26, 2021.*

    This is offered to all sophomores and juniors free of charge; no pre-registration is required. Questions about specific administration details should be directed to the testing coordinator at the student’s school.

    *This plan could change to ensure that Seattle Public Schools meets all established health policies and protocols.

    SAT: March

    The current plan* is for Seattle Public Schools to administer the SAT to juniors on a regular school day on March 3, 2021. The SAT is offered to all juniors free of charge; no pre-registration is required. Questions about specific administration details should be directed to the testing coordinator at the student’s school.

    *This plan could change to ensure that Seattle Public Schools meets all established health policies and protocols.

    Student should bring the following items on the day of the test:

    • Two (2) sharpened #2 pencils with erasers 
    • An approved scientific or graphing calculator


    COLLEGE VISITS are virtual this year! And they begin on September 28. The meetings are 30 minutes long. Log into Naviance to view the list of visiting colleges. This list is updated as we receive new requests. Check back regularly to see the updates. If you wish to attend a virtual visit, then please sign up through Naviance. The college reps provide the URL and it will go live about 15 minutes prior to the meeting.

    There are 10 colleges already booked for September 28!







    Registration Status

    Oberlin College

    Cora Hasegawa

    Mon September 28, 2020

    9:30 AM




    Connecticut College

    Zach Street

    Mon September 28, 2020

    10:00 AM



    Pacific Northwest College of Art

    Rebecca Giordano

    Mon September 28, 2020

    10:30 AM



    University of Montana

    Shaun Bummer

    Mon September 28, 2020

    11:00 AM



    The New School

    Alex Kirkpatrick

    Mon September 28, 2020

    11:30 AM



    University of Tampa

    Hagen Treadway

    Mon September 28, 2020

    12:00 PM



    Grinnell College

    Sarah White

    Mon September 28, 2020

    12:30 PM



    Colby College

    Amy Blanchard

    Mon September 28, 2020

    1:00 PM



    University of Chicago

    Maddy Jacobs

    Mon September 28, 2020

    1:30 PM




    Mills College

    Miki Reid

    Mon September 28, 2020

    2:30 PM



    Scripps College

    Priyanka Singh

    Mon September 28, 2020

    3:00 PM





    Join them for a special virtual event, Northeast Public Universities Admissions Panel, with Binghamton University, University of Delaware, Stony Brook University, University of Maryland, University of Pittsburgh, Penn State, University of Connecticut, and Rutgers.

    Learn about each university’s academic programs, student life and the application process. You’ll be able to provide questions to be answered in advance of the event and hear them answered live.

    Thursday, October 8
    7:00 PM to 8:00 PM

    Central Washington University. They will be offering one-on-one “On the Spot Admissions” appointments throughout the day and early evening on the following dates: September 21-25 & September 28 – October 2. Please schedule an admissions appointment with one of their counselors if you’d like someone on one help with the application or with questions regarding admissions requirements. More information about “On the Spot Admissions” appointments, as well as a link to sign-up, can be found here.

    Here is a list of things students will need:  

    • Access to a laptop with a working camera and microphone  
    • Credit Card for $60 application fee or fee waiver from High School Counselor  
    • Unofficial High School Transcript  
    • Completed personal statement if below a cumulative 3.0 GPA  
    • Current class schedule   
    • High School Counselor name and contact information 

    During the Virtual “On the Spot Admissions” appointment students will be able to:  

    • Complete their application  
    • Receive an immediate evaluation of their high school transcripts  
    • Receive an offer of admissions! (if eligible)  
    • Celebrate with their CWU Admissions Representative! 

    Eligibility Requirements for CWU “On the Spot Admissions”: 

    3.0+ GPA and have met CADRs* : Students in this category will be automatically admitted!  

     2.5-2.99 GPA have met CADRs* : Students will be asked to provide a personal statement that adequately addresses all 3 prompts on our application. 

    *CADRs are “College Academic Distribution Requirements” these classes required for college admission at any Washington State University. 

    Students below a 2.5 GPA : Students with below a 2.5 GPA can still apply to CWU through the regular admissions process 


    The Multicultural Outreach & Recruitment Department at the University of Washington is available to connect virtually and they have a number of resources online to help students learn more about opportunities at the UW, get a head start on their admission application, tour the campus from afar and find answers to all their questions. Some resources that might be useful include:

    Please see their website for more information on admissions and COVID-19


    In the spirit of cooperation, six of the nation's top liberal arts colleges —Amherst, Bowdoin, Carleton, Pomona, Swarthmore, and Williams—are hosting a series of student events with themes on academics and research, affordability, campus life, preparing your application, outcomes and more.


    John Cabot University is an American-accredited University in Rome, Italy. They have scheduled a series of online information sessions over the coming weeks, with sessions dedicated to academics, financial aid, career services and more. Each session will be hosted by a JCU representative, who will be happy to answer any questions that you may have about studying in Rome.



    Don’t forget to check out the list of scholarships in Naviance!

    Ewing C Kelly Scholarship. Deadline: March 10, 2021. Award: $2500. Are you bound for college, community college or an accredited trade school this Fall? The $2,500 Ewing C Kelly Scholarship might be available to help you get started. We consider your grades, high school accomplishments, personal statement, financial need and letters of recommendation. Visit their website for more information:

    Link to the 2020ManualForm (to print, then handwrite answers, and mail-in):

    Link to the 2020FillableForm (can type directly in the document, then print, and mail-in):