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September FOI General Meeting

Bright Futures Fall 2020 Supply Drive

As we begin a new, unprecedented school year, the needs of our most vulnerable students continue to be our top priority. While the district and our dedicated IHS staff are doing their utmost to ensure technical needs are being met, the Bright Futures committee does their utmost to provide the basics. From back-to-school supplies to personal toiletries, shoes, socks, coats, gloves, food support and so much more! These perpetual needs provide our RAMS with a crucial foundation necessary to engage with their academics & peers. We strive to help normalize the high school experience for these kids and our task this year is more important than ever. 

Please consider donating to our supply drive by purchasing items from our Amazon wish list:  Items will be mailed directly to the school ensuring COVID-19 safe protocols. 

General donations are also always welcome by visiting and selecting “FOI Bright Futures" for Donation Type."Bright Futures

Volunteer Opportunities

The quickest way to receive emails about Volunteer Opportunities is to visit the SPS website and complete an on line Volunteer Application form. 

Once on the SPS home page, click on Family Resources, then click on Get Involved and click on Volunteer. The forms you need are on the right hand side of the page.  We email the volunteer database whenever requests for help come in. The current open positions for FOI is Treasurer Assistant, Hospitality, Legislative Chair.

If you have any questions about the application process or volunteering, please email our Volunteer Coordinator at:

Hello Ram Volunteers! We are off to a remote start but need to get materials to students and need some help. Please consider joining us next week to greet students in a socially distanced way and help distribute things like ORCA cards, yearbooks and text books. Please wear a mask and meet at the gym.

Teen Health Center Information

THC info slides
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The Teen Health Center help students with physical and mental health services.

Any Ingraham High School student may register and receive services at the Teen Health Center free of cost. Students can be seen by appointment with parent consent. Mental health for over 13 years. Primary care services.

Click the file above to see more information.

Welcome Back, Rams to a new school year!

Thank you to everyone who attended our first General meeting of the year. We hope that it was informative and you were able to have all of your questions answered. General meeting minutes attached above. We look forward to seeing you all at our next meeting General Meeting on November 4th.

FOI General meeting 9.16.20 (2)
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