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Jennifer Connolly

Connolly, Jennifer

Counseling Secretary
Dustin Cross

Cross, Dustin

PBIS Coach/Levy Coordinator
Ngoc Dang

Dang, Ngoc

Special Education Assistant

Davis, Jeremy

Special Education Assistant

Davis, Jessica

Special Education Assistant
Jen-ai Decano

Decano, Jen-ai

ELL Teacher

Di Lazzaro, Michael

School Psychologist

Dinish, Devlin

Student Success Center Support Staff
Hung Do

Do, Hung

Custodial Services
Amber Donaldson

Donaldson, Amber

Care Coordinator

Ms. A is an advocate for the importance of student voice, and a restorative justice practitioner.  Ms. A LOVES serving the students at Ingraham!

Herbert Earnest

Earnest, Herbert

French Language Teacher
Zachary Elvig

Elvig, Zachary

Assistant Principal - 9th Grade
Brittany Erickson

Erickson, Brittany

Science Teacher

Personal Message

Classes: Physics A / Chemistry A

Languages: English, Spanish

Kristin Erickson

Erickson, Kristin

School Security Specialist
Wendy Farrell

Farrell, Wendy

Specialist Comm Disorder


I received an AAS in Medical Technology from SUNY at Morrisville in 1982, a BSEd in Speech Pathology and Audiology from the University of Georgia in 1987 and a MEd in Communication Sciences Disorders in 1989. I have worked in a variety of settings including hospitals, long term care and private clinics in addition to public schools.

Dean Ferguson

Ferguson, Dean

Language Arts Teacher


I grew up in Salt Lake City and attended college in California before settling here in beautiful Washington State. I earned my BA in English and French from Pitzer College and a Master’s degree in Comparative Literature from the University of Washington. It has been my great pleasure to teach at Ingraham since 2002.

Angela Fioretti

Fioretti, Angela

Language Arts Teacher
Martin Floe

Floe, Martin

Graham Foster

Foster, Graham

Occupational Therapist
Paul Franklin-Bihary

Franklin-Bihary, Paul

Filmmaking: Art and Story, Photography, Drawing and Painting Teacher

Personal Message It is difficult to get the news from poems yet men die miserably every day for lack of what is found there. - William Carlos Williams