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Summary: April 29, 2022

Ingraham Weekly Bulletin – April 29, 2022

Ingraham Tech Center: Student/Staff Laptop Support

Go to Room 202 during lunch if you need tech support for your district laptop.  Additional extended hours are Tues/Thurs 8am – 3:30pm.

UPDATE: Seattle Public Schools Visitor Policy

Visitors to SPS buildings need to show proof of a COVID-19 vaccination OR a negative COVID test within 72 hours. Masks are optional in most spaces.   

Attendance Office

Please email absences, late arrivals and early dismissals to:

Friendly Reminders from the Attendance Office

See the school attendance webpage

  • Frequently asked Questions
  • Attendance Guidelines
  • Absences
  • Definitions-Valid Excuses
  • Early Dismissal
  • Unexcused Absences
  • Tardy-Late Arrivals

Link to School Year Calendar 

School Year Calendar

Responding to Cases or Symptoms (calling out sick)

Responding to Cases or Symptoms (calling out sick)

Swing Dance TONIGHT!

The Ingraham High School Jazz Bands are excited to hold our Swing Dance for the first time in 3 years!  Friday night, 4/29, come to the upper gym to dance the night away to live music from both Ingraham’s jazz bands.  Don’t know how to swing dance?  That’s ok, dance lessons are included in the price of admission.  Only $5 dollars to get in!  Lessons start at 6:30 with Live music at 7:15!  Tickets can be purchased at the door!  Hope to see you there. 

Prom Formal Wear Available

If you are a Senior who would like to attend Senior Prom or if you are the guest of a Senior, and purchasing prom wear is a financial hardship, the Ingraham PRIDE Closet has some recent donations of formal dresses and a handful of suits.  If you would like to check them out, we are planning the Ingraham Prom PRIDE Boutique to assist you in finding something to wear.

When:  Wednesday, May 11th, 3pm-5pm

Where:  Room 132 (the Staff Lounge next to the Main Office courtyard)

We will put out the formal wear, and help you get styled for prom! 

Volunteers needed for AP and IB testing! 

Testing season is nearly upon us, and we need 28 volunteers to help support students and staff by invigilating (monitoring) tests in May. Shifts last somewhere between 2.5-4.5 hours on weekdays from May 4-17th. 

IB volunteers will need to attend a short virtual training, times TBD. Note: parents of IB/AP students are not allowed to monitor a test that their child is taking. 

If you want to help out and are not yet an approved volunteer, please visit this website to complete the process. Volunteer application process

Sign up here to help with AP testing

Sign up here to help with IB testing


SPS is planning a school day SAT/PSAT district-wide in October 2022

All 12th grade students will take the SAT

All 11th grade students will take the PSAT/NMSQT

10th grade PSAT participation is currently TBD

As the deadline for accommodation requests occurs in August, students and families need to reach out to Special Education/IEP case managers, counselors, or grade level administrators to request accommodations this spring. SAT/PSAT accommodations are not guaranteed and must be approved by the College Board in advance.   Accommodations Request Form

Share your voice! Take the Multilingual Learner State Strategic Plan Survey!

OSPI’s Multilingual Education Advisory Committee (MEAC) is developing a statewide strategic plan to meet the needs of multilingual learners in Washington State. The committee has launched an online survey to gather input from educators, families, and community members across the state. Individuals will be asked to review and prioritize potential goals to be included in the plan. Survey The survey will be available until May 4 and has an Educator and a Community version with multiple language options (at the bottom of the page).
Direct link to the survey


Final days to order a beautiful Mother’s Day bouquet and help support FOI and Title I schools! Flowers can be picked up between 1-3 pm on Saturday, May 7th. We’ll be set up under the overhang, outside the Gym doors, near the circle drive in the Visitor’s Parking Lot. You can enter the lot from 135th St. and check out the recent article below about Friendly Hmong Farms CSA.

Mother’s Day Weekend Bouquet Seattle Public Schools Fundraiser

Thank you!


We need to fill some board positions for next year! This is an incredibly rewarding program to support, and we can’t do it without you. The approximate time taken out of your life is listed below each description.  Please contact if interested. 

Secretary: The Secretary is responsible for keeping a record of board actions including overseeing the taking of minutes at all board meetings, sending out meeting announcements in conjunction with the communications chair and distributing copies of minutes and the agenda to each board member.

2 hours per month including meetings

Fundraising Chair: The main function is to run our fundraisers. We have 3-4 per year, the largest being our Student Showcase in the spring.

4-5 hours 2-3 times per year, more for student showcase, plus monthly meetings.

Volunteer Coordinator: The Volunteer Coordinator manages the volunteer outreach in order to help IPAB’s concerts and fundrasiers. The primary duty is to determine what the needs are for each event and utilize Sign Up Genius in order to recruit volunteers.

2 hours per month (including monthly meetings)

Communications Chair: The Communications Chair coordinates the dissemination of IPAB related information to its members. They manage the email list, take the lead on managing social media posting, coordinate with the FOI Communications Chair, and maintain communication with the Ingraham High School administrative staff.

3 hours per month including meetings

Band Liaison: coordinates with the band Teacher to assist with band-related activities. They represent band at the monthly IPAB meetings and advocate for band-related needs by coordinating with the Volunteer Coordinator, the teacher, and the Communications Chair. They also play a lead role in managing IPAB support at band concerts (getting the snack table set up, keeping track of the money, clean up afterwards

1 hour per month for meetings plus 3 hours for concerts 

Concert/Play Calendar through the end of the year

May 26, 27, 28, 7pm Little Shop of Horrors

June 1st In-School Little Shop of Horrors 

June 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 7pm Little Shop of Horrors

June 5th, 2pm Little Shop of Horrors

Get tickets for the Ingraham Spring Musical Little Shop of Horrors!

June 7 Orchestra Concert

June 8 Band Concert

June 9 Choir

Spring Statewide Assessment Dates

10th and 11th grade students will need to bring their fully charged district laptops with them to school on their assessment dates.

This is the Practice and Training Test site.  There are tests for English Language Arts, Math and Science.  Answers in the practice and training tests are not saved or scored.

10th grade:


Math – April 19th – 22 – Students will test in the library. They will test during their math classes.

              April 25th – 29th (Make – ups)

ELA –    May 2, 3, 5, 6 – In LA classes

              May 9th – 13 (Make ups)

11th grade:

WCAS – May 23, 24, 26, 27 – Students will test in the library. They will test during their science classes.

               May 31, June 1 (make-ups)

Please contact Sara Kerr or Sue Kleitsch if you have questions.

Multi-Cultural Assembly Sign-ups

Hey Rams! Ingraham ASB and our cultural clubs are excited to host a live multicultural assembly this year! We would absolutely love for you to participate. Use the link tree below to sign up to be part of the assembly. You can perform a dance, sing a song, play an instrument, etc . . . You can also sign up for the fashion show where you would walk on stage with people who share your culture in your cultural attire. Interested in emceeing? Use the link below as well!  Sign up to be part of the assembly

Student Vehicle Parking Registration

Ingraham Families, do you have a student who recently obtained their driver license, and they are now driving to school?  Students need to have their vehicle registered with the Main Office and have a parking pass displayed when parked on campus.  

Here is the link to register your car

After the form is submitted, students should stop in at the Main Office to pick up a parking pass. 

If your car is damaged on campus, this is the best way for us to be able to contact you right away.  Students should park in the student parking lot off Meridian and 135th Ave.  Please do not park in the smaller parking lot near the auditorium and upper gym, or the lot near the tennis courts.  Those areas are reserved for Staff, Visitors, and district vehicle parking.

Please stop in at the Main Office if you have any questions.  Thanks! 

Current Ingraham volunteer opportunities

Sign up to be approved as a SPS volunteer

In-person tutoring: Are you interested in helping students with homework support? You do not need to be a subject matter expert or experienced teacher!  Sometimes students just need help organizing their work, or somewhere quiet to do their homework after school. If you are available from 4-5 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays please consider signing up here. You can sign up for just the days you would like to come, no long term or regular commitment required. If you have questions, please contact Nicole Hawkinson

Counseling Office Bulletin

Please read the counseling bulletin for important Counseling news.