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Schedules and Counseling




Welcome Ingraham Students and Families! We know students are eager to receive their 2020-21 schedules and start planning for what their days will look like - we are too! However, student schedules are not ready just yet.  We will be meeting with new students on the 24th, 25th and 26th.  Counselors will be returning to work in the last two weeks of August. Schedules will be released to students on Friday, August 28thin the morning. Please be aware that students cannot see their schedules.   Any schedules viewed by other means are not accurate or final.  We are required by the Seattle School District to attend trainings August 27th through September 3rd.  Please be patient when hearing from the counseling office.  We will not be able to respond to your emails right away. Schedule Change Requests:

  1. All requests must be sent through your school district email.  Here is where you can find your school district email.

  2. No teacher changes

  3. No elective changes

  4. Level changes only, if you are in the wrong math class for example.

  5. No appointments for a schedule change. Email only. 

We appreciate your patience as we continue to work through the changes for the upcoming school year. Counselors will be attending various trainings along with other district staff upon our return, so please be aware that it may take some time to respond to all requests.   Sincerely, The Ingraham Counseling Team https://ingrahamhs.seattleschools.org/services/counseling_center

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