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    Welcome to Ingraham - we are looking forward to meeting each and every one of you! As soon as the year end transition happens I will have a full set of emails and phone numbers and I will send out a draft of the back to school calendar to you so you can add the important dates to your home calendars. Please email me with any questions 

    Welcome Rams Class of 2023!

    Welcome 2023

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    English LA9 2019 – 2020
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    Summer Reading

    Dear incoming 9th grader
    Over the summer don’t forget to read.
    Pick out and read:

    Three self-selected outside reading books
    A short story collection
    A graphic novel
    A work of non-fiction

    Go to a play and or musical this summer, many are free during the summer.

    Write some poetry and do some art.

    Also play the Teen Book Bingo
    **** save your bingo card and you will get FREE admission for two (one time offer) at the Burke Museum between Nov, 1 2019 – January 31, 2020. ****

    Enjoy your summer and I’ll see you in September,
    Betty Brennan, MLS
    Ingraham High School Librarian

    Ingraham Counselors will be heading out to the Middle Schools to assist the students with their registration for classes for the 2019-2020 school year:

    April 16 9-11:30 Robert Eagle Staff
    April 17 8-10:30 Whitman
    April 17 11-2:30 Broadview-Thomson
    April 18 8:55-10:00 Hamilton
    April 22 8:55-9:30 Salmon Bay
    April 23 1:30-2:30 JAMS
    May 2 2:30-3:30 Hazel Wolf

    May 8th at Ingraham - we will have a drop in session in the Counseling Office from Noon until 7:00 PM. Bring all your questions and we would love to help you!

    Registration Information

    There are two notes when it comes to science:
    1) HCC students that have taken Physics/Chemistry and Biology should sign up for Chemistry Honors. You may write this on the paper registration form and sign up for the appropriate class online.
    2) If you’re wanting to sign up for Honors Physics/Chemistry, on the online registration, please sign up for PHYSICAL SCIENCE 1/2 HONORS

    1. Read through (or watch) all materials and information provided.
      1. Course Catalog and policies
      2. Instructional video: How to Complete your Registration Option SheetPDF
      3. Instructional video: How to Complete your Online Registration
      4. Graduation Checklist (hard copies available IHS counseling office)

    2. Print out Registration Option Sheet. Write your first and last name, CLEARLY. Watch the instructional video How to Complete your Registration Option Sheet. Fill out all sections and get approval signatures when necessary. If possible, turn in your Registration Option Sheet during the counselor visit to your school. If not, you may mail the form or come to our Drop-In day at Ingraham May 8th, 12 p.m. - 7 p.m.

    3. Current Seattle Public Schools students ONLY: Watch the instructional video How to Complete your Online Registration. If possible, complete the registration prior to the counselors visiting your school. You must use a student login for the Source to access the registration portal. If you do not have access to the Source, your paper registration can be used.

    After our May 8th Drop-In day, contact your counselor with questions!
    Leanne Hust | Last Names A-Du | 206-252-3893 |
    Kathryn Feder | Last Names Dw-Ki | 206-252-4016 |
    Jensen Bonney | Last Names Kk-Q | 206-252-3894 |
    Angie Allemand | Last Names R-Z | 206-252-3906 |

    Contact our registrar, Cindy Spencer, if you will NOT be attending Ingraham 2019-2020
    206-252-4001 Mailing Address: 1819 N 135th St Seattle, WA 98133

    Graduation check list and 9th grade option sheet have been emailed. Hard copies can be picked up in the IHS counseling office if needed, or middle school counselors will have copies as well.

    Symphony Orchestra Auditions for 2019-20

    Symphony Orchestra auditions for strings, winds and brass will take place the week of April 15 - 19, 2019.
    To schedule an appointment for your audition, please contact Heidi Oveson

    Ingraham's orchestra programs are an inclusive and supportive community of music makers that strive to create a positive place for a variety of musical experiences. Students are exposed to a variety of repertoire to deepen their understanding of the history of Classical  music and musical traditions. Through chamber music, concertos, and alternative ensembles the musicians in the Ingraham Orchestras are able to build their confidence as independent music makers.

    By utilizing the 21st century skills of communication, creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, growth mindset, and perseverance we can show how the arts contribute to students' overall learning and growth in and outside of the music classroom.

    Concert Orchestra - consists of string players that have some orchestra experience from their time in middle school.

    Symphony Orchestra - advanced ensemble is by audition only. Students in the symphony perform in four concerts a year as well as various festivals and competitions.

    Choir Auditions

    Interested in Choir at Ingraham? Contact Ms. Wood for more information or with any questions to see which ensemble will work for you.

    Auditions will be held by appointment in May. Please email to set a day/time.

    Greetings Singers!
    Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year at Ingraham High School! We are looking forward to an exciting year for Vocal Music at Ingraham. Our Choir Program consists of three choirs to meet a range of student interests, abilities and needs, including an advanced-level audition based Chamber Singers (Advanced Treble Chorale), a mixed SATB Concert Choir and Vocal Jazz. For those interested in continuing or joining a choir class next year, here are a few of the exciting plans we have in store for our new and returning singers!

    Collegiate Level Choral Festivals with choral programs in NW and Central Washington including WWU, PLU, UW and CWU (Concert Choir/Chamber Singers)
    Winter Caroling at Pacific Northwest Ballet – performance opportunity and evening at a performance of the Nutcracker at PNB (Chamber Singers/Vocal Jazz)
    Annual Benefit Concert - perform contemporary repertoire from film scores/movie soundtracks (All Choirs)
    Annual Student Showcase with solo and small ensemble performance opportunities (All Choirs)
    NW Solo and Ensemble Festival for ensembles and soloists interested in participating (All Choirs)
    Jazz Festivals – participation in local Vocal Jazz Festivals includes group performance, solo clinics, workshops and travel/recreation (Vocal Jazz)
    Elliott Bay Regional Choir Festival with local High School choirs, clinic with the one of the top choral directors from our region (Concert Choir/Chamber Singers)
    State and National Honor Choirs for those interested in auditioning in the fall (All Choirs)
    Performing Arts Department Concerts - Fall, Winter, Spring; with Ingraham Choirs. (All Choirs)
    Vocal Jazz Solo Nights – (February/June) performance of jazz standards by vocal soloists, accompanied by a professional level Jazz Trio (Vocal Jazz)
    School community events – school assemblies, Multicultural Night, Graduation and more! (All Choirs)

    Concert Choir is a non-audition group open to all singers interested in discovering and sharing their skills in vocal performance. Students will work on musicianship, music literacy, and vocal technique as they develop ensemble skills through performance. Concert Choir is an active, collaborative setting and is a great way to meet new people and to connect to the school community.