Ingraham Weekly Bulletin

Summary: The weekly bulletin is distributed by email on Friday afternoons, and posted here on the Ingraham website.

IHS Weekly Bulletin – June 2, 2023

Attendance Office:

Please email

Important Parents/Guardians

If you do not have a Source account, please see Technology Support for Families at this link for more information: Technology Support for Families.
The Source is where you can track your student’s grades and attendance, as well as pay for school fees in SchoolPay.

Counseling Bulletin

The Counseling Bulletin typically contains information about college visits, college prep, financial aid, mental health resources, service hour opportunities, job opportunities, and much more!

Counseling Bulletin

Huff Report

The Huff Report is from our Athletics/Activity Coordinator, Traci Huffer. It contains important information about Athletics and Activities happening at Ingraham. Stay informed and don’t miss out on the fun!

The Huff Report

Welcome Wagon for Incoming 9th Grade Families

Monday, June 5th at 7pm in the gym. The program will start in the gym with a short introduction and then you will have a chance to chat with some of the teachers, coaches, club advisors and current Ingraham parents. We will have Ingraham RAM gear for sale – T-shirts, hoodies, sweatpants, etc.

INGY’S – All Sports Celebration

Wednesday, June 7th @ 6pm at the Stadium. Families of athletes are encouraged to attend! Bring a blanket or folding chair (festival seating on the field).

Yearbooks for Sale Now!

Time to buy your yearbook! Yearbooks are now on sale through the end of the school year. Each book is $65. Buy your copy on SchoolPay. Yearbooks will be distributed to Seniors on June 12th, and to the rest of the school on Campus Day, June 16th.
If you have any additional questions, please feel free to email Yearbook Advisor Christine Steelsmith ( and Interim Advisor Emeline Cokelet Meneken (

Ingraham Performing Arts presents the spring musical, NEWSIES!

Three more chances to see this great show!
June 2, 3 @ 7:00 and June 4 @ 2:00. Tickets available online or at the door.

Saturday School | June 17th, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

This is the last Saturday School of the year. All Ingraham Students welcome! Finish the year strong! Snacks provided.
9th graders to the Library. 10th – 12th graders to the North Wing (main entrance hallway).

Senior News!

Ingraham 2023 Graduate yard signs are free to seniors, compliments of FOI. They can also be placed in a window without the yard stake. Pick yours up in the main office or from a parent volunteer at the SPREE sales booth during lunch.

Chipotle Fundraiser for Senior SPREE | June 5th, 4-8 p.m.

Shoreline location 15725 Westminster Way N, Shoreline, WA 98133-5900

Let’s raise some money for a really fun night for all the graduates! It’s important to bring in the flyer or show a screen shot of it at the store (check your weekly bulletin email or Instagram for the flyer). And for any online orders for pickup that the code VRLDTRT in entered on the order.

Using Delivery companies like Grubhub, etc will not give Ingraham any credit for the sale so you must go to the store and pickup/order there.

This is all happening Monday June 5th from 4-8pm at the Shoreline location 15725 Westminster Way N, Shoreline, WA 98133-5900.

Senior SPREE

Graduation is right around the corner and it’s time to start thinking about Senior SPREE!

Buy your student’s ticket and learn more!

What is SPREE? 
Senior SPREE is coordinated by parent volunteers and is an all-night grad party and an IHS tradition! Immediately following the graduation ceremony, students hop onto chartered buses for a night of fun. Throughout the event, grads travel to two different exciting venues and are treated to multiple activities and adventures, meals, and fun. Past activities have included video games, henna artists, DJs, a hypnotist and meals and snacks throughout the night!

We keep exact details a secret – we want our seniors to be surprised! The Senior SPREE committee, composed of IHS parents, has been hard at work to create an amazing and memorable night for this year’s Senior Class. Give your student the gift of one final night as the Class of 2023 where great memories will be created!

What does SPREE cost?
$60 per student.
Advance tickets only. Ticket sales close on June 9.
Thank you to FOI for helping to subsidize the cost of this event and lowering the actual cost per student.
We want every senior to attend regardless of financial ability.

Scholarships are available! Please email

After you purchase your ticket or sign up for a scholarship, please complete the permission and waiver forms.

Waivers must be signed and returned in order to attend SPREE!

Get Your Spree Ticket Today

Required Senior SPREE Waivers
These required forms can be printed from the links below OR picked up in the Main Office.

Forms must be completed and dropped off to the IHS Main Office: 1819 N 135th St, Seattle, WA 98133

Important! Payment (or Scholarship) and Completed Waiver Forms for the 2023 Senior SPREE are required for students to participate. 

Student Waiver, required for Senior SPREE

Emergency Care Plan (if needed)

2023 Senior SPREE more to know
Leave Ingraham High School on June 27 following the graduation ceremony and travel on charter buses to two different venues. Students will return to Ingraham High School for pickup at 5:30 a.m. on June 28.

Juniors –  State Science Exam (WCAS) May 30 – June 1

The Washington Comprehensive Assessment of Science (WCAS) will be offered to 11th grade students in the Ingraham Library May 30th through June 1st.  Students will test during their science classes.  Juniors, if you don’t have a science class this year, e-mail Ms. Luthe with your name and the best class period for you to test. 

See an example of the assessment Click the green button.  After entering your grade level, choose the hot pink link to WCAS Training Tests. 

SPREE 2023 Volunteers Needed! We Need Freshman, Sophomore & Junior Parents!

Sign up to volunteer at the Senior SPREE

You must be an approved volunteer with SPS to sign up. If you are interested in getting approved to volunteer, start the process.

What is SPREE? Spree is an all-night graduation party sponsored by FOI and planned by volunteer parents. New graduates ride charter buses to two venues with entertainment, food, and fun from 10PM- 5:30AM, Tuesday, June 27th. Exact details are kept secret – we want our seniors to be surprised!

Why SPREE? Graduation night is a time to be proud and celebrate achievements and look forward to the future. SPREE is an alcohol and substance-free event and a safe alternative to driving from party to party (the typical graduation night scenario).

Students: Need an Ingraham Student ID Card?

If you are a new student or you missed picture day and you would like an Ingraham Student ID card, please stop by the main office and see Ms. Metz. 

Student Parking on Campus

Students should fill out a vehicle registration form if they plan on parking on campus.  Please complete the form and then stop by the Main Office to pick up your 2022-23 parking pass (free).

Important:  No student parking in the Staff/Visitor parking lot near the upper gym.  Student parking is in the larger lot next to Meridian (the yellow gated lot).  Please do NOT park in disabled parking spots if you don’t own a permit, or the Helene Madison Pool parking lot.  Do NOT any type of ramps, as we need those to be wheelchair accessible, and do not park along painted curbs.  Parking Enforcement will be notified, and you may get ticketed and/or towed. Thank you for your cooperation.

School Communication

Ingraham uses various methods to communicate information to students and families:

  • Students, please start checking your SPS email inbox daily for information from the school. 
  • Schoology pages
  • School Bulletins:  We email the school bulletin via a system called School Messenger.  Occasionally, we hear from parents/guardians who say they are not receiving the bulletin or have suddenly stopped receiving them.  It is usually an email filter issue or you have inadvertently unsubscribed.  Please manage your communication preferences
  • Ingraham Website

Ingraham Performing Arts News

Performances through the end of the year:

June 4, 2 PM Newsies! Buy tickets for Newsies
June 7, 7 PM IPAB Meeting  (Join the IPAB meeting)
June 13 7 PM, Orchestra Concert
June 14, 7 PM Band Concert
June 15, 7 PM Choir concert

Friends of Ingraham Announcements:

The FOI sends out a monthly newsletter. If you are not already receiving it and would like to subscribe, join here: Subscribe to the FOI Monthly Newsletter.

Hey Ramily – RSVP for the last Fundraising Event!

Friday, June 9, 5:30 – 8:30pm – Backyard Bash at the Gezon’s – Kick off summer with a backyard bash with fun yard games, good food & drinks, and great company.  At Jana & Ben Gezon’s Home. You will receive an email with the address a week before the event. Their home is close to Carkeek Park. Cost $50.00. IHS Staff – please join us not cost! Max 50 people.

Find info & registration for all events

Space is limited, so sign up ASAP to join the fun and support our Rams!