The Ingraham athletics program believes deeply that what we do, what we say, and how we show up reflects our school motto: It's a Matter of PRIDE: Perseverence. Respect. Integrity. Diversity. Encouragement. See the Athletic Director's page for more.
The Ingraham Athletics Booster Club (IABC) supports the athletic program at Ingraham High School through fundraising to provide much-needed funding to the sports programs, and by promoting and celebrating athletics in the greater school community, so that student athletes can have the enriching and successful experiences they deserve.
As of August 3, 2020, the Metro League athletics calendar for 2020-21 is as follows:
Season 1 (September 7 – November 7):
NO METRO LEAGUE SPORTS. There will be no Fall sports including club sports. Athletes that have signed up for fall sports will remain in the final forms system when we get back to participation.
Season 2 (December 28 – February 27)
Boys and Girls Basketball, Boys Swimming, Wrestling, Gymnastics, Girls Bowling
Season 3 (March 1 – May 1)
Football (February 17 – May 8), Volleyball, Competitive Cheerleading, Girls Swimming, Cross Country, Girls Soccer, Boys Ultimate, Boys Water Polo
Season 4 (April 26 – June 26)
Golf, Tennis, Baseball, Fastpitch, Track & Field, Boys Soccer, Girls Ultimate, B/G LAX, Girls Water Polo
Please see the document Metro League Seasons 2020-21 (linked at right) for details, including reopening phases required for each sport to hold practices and competitions.
Registration is open for 2020-2021 sports. Good news! Sports forms are now online:
At this link you can set up an account, select sports, and complete all required forms.
The IABC board and friends met via zoom on June 16 to wrap up an unusual year and look ahead. While it was disappointing to have to cancel our spring parent social and the Ingy awards and especially to miss almost the entire spring sports season, the IABC remains dedicated to supporting athletics at Ingraham and is planning for the fall with flexibility in mind. Thank you to newly elected and outgoing board members for their commitment and hard work. Special thanks and best wishes to "graduating" board members Jen Fallon, Jessica McAdams, and Holly Salowey; and to Julie McCoy for her four years as IABC President!
2020-21 Board Members:
President: Suzanne Taylor
Vice President: Andrea Iacolucci
Secretary: Patrece Mansisidor
Treasurer: Kara Dowidar
Directors (in alphabetical order): Bill Booth, Julie Cake, Michelle Cole, Esther Kim, Jill Kirkpatrick, Jen Lamson, Julie McCoy, Michelle Sorrick, Lisa White, Maylynn Wilkins
Hello Friends and Families of IABC!
First, a note to say we hope everyone is doing well and staying safe and healthy during this crazy time for all of us. The disappointment of losing out on almost half of our school year and an entire season of sports has been extremely difficult, most especially for our Seniors. Our hearts go out to all of our kids this year who have missed so much, but most especially those kids who are graduating this year.
Second, we want to update you all about current Ingraham Athletic Booster Club plans. Obviously, with the rest of the school year being cancelled, our IABC events, the Family Social and the annual Ingy Awards, are also cancelled. We are working on a plan to deliver letters and pins to athletes in the fall when we all go back to school. Hopefully, some of our seniors will still be around to pick up their awards, otherwise please reach out and we will work with you to mail or pick up pins, felt letters and certificates.
We are also working on a revamped schedule for fall activities including the "Breakfast of Champions". As plans become more clear and schedules more firm, we will let you all know.
If you're on Facebook, please ask to join the IngrahamRamFans group for IHS sports-related updates, info and images from our people as they happen.
this Instagram account has frequent updates and posts, all by Ingraham students. The Instagram account to follow is: theihsherd
From your phone's app store, search for Ingraham High School and look for the ram head over the block blue "I". All kinds of school news and updates found here!
Please, don't just shrug and wonder. This website is run by very human volunteer Ingraham parents.
Please email email@example.com with any comments, photos, PRAISE, questions, etc.
Yard Signs look like this (but bigger ;-). Just let us know how many you want.. $5 ea
How to get your hands on this stuff? Well, you could come to the next booster club meeting, the Ram Shack during basketball when open or email your order to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll work out the details via email.
Letter jackets are making a comeback!
If your student athlete is requesting a jacket, Ingraham's supplier is National Achiever. They are located in Everett. Ingraham is in the drop-down list of schools on the link to letter jackets.
Cost shown for jacket before tax & extras is $242.95
Patches for available to order for your sport. FYI - The IABC purchases and gives away the "I" varsity letters and pins for sports at the Ingys each June, but if you didn't get yours last year, reach out to us at our email email@example.com. (Varsity athletes from 2018-19 fall, winter & spring sports will need to wait until the Ingy's this June 2019!)
IABC posts this link as a courtesy only. IABC does not profit from any orders placed to National Achiever.
Signs for business supporters - Do you have a retail/public business and want to display your Ram Pride? Email to ask us for one of these.
Order a duffel bag!
If you want to order one of those gray & blue canvas duffel bags in Ingraham colors with your name on it, read on! Price is $65, includes name.
For all sprit gear available to order from FCCLA: https://ingrahamhs.seattleschools.org/student_activities/ram_spirit_gear
Order sports bag online and pay online via SchoolPay. (click link at left)
The most important thing is to enter your contact information with the online order so they can notify you when the bag is ready to pick up!
Isaiah Giron (IHS class of 2019) went to Wenatchee for Special Olympics Winter State Games. He won Gold with his UW Unified Basketball team. Congratulations!
Students can pick up a pre-printed packet from the Main Office, or download the packet or pages from this website on the IHS Sports Paperwork page here.
Don't forget to pay the 2019-20 ASB fee of $50, and turn in a printout of your receipt (if paid online via SchoolPay on The Source) with your sports paperwork.
All paperwork must be printed and turned into the Athletic Secretary in the Main Office, Maria Medina. (there are no online submissions or emailing of packets at this time)
Please visit specific team pages for contact information and summer training schedules. If current info not listed, please use contact information for coaches or booster club liaisons to request information.
The online system called SchoolPay allows families to pay athletic fees online. You can access SchoolPay on your student's SOURCE account. It's easy to use and doesn't require a separate password. Cash and checks still accepted in Ms. Medina's office.
These would be payments like the ASB $50 fee. Ask your coach or parent reps whom to pay for specific fees if you are unsure. Some team funds are collected and will go through the team's booster club account (not part of SchoolPay).
THIS IS TOTALLY SEPARATE FROM THE BOOSTER CLUB's FINANCES. IABC/ingrahamathletics.org is posting this as a courtesy since IHS student athletes need to pay the ASB fee 1x/year, and they can pay through SchoolPay.
Any team fees or gear purchase specific personal checks must be made payable to:
Ingraham Athletic Booster Club or IABC
Team designations should be made in the Memo line at the bottom left of the check, not in the 'payable to' line.
If you want to order photos for school pictures or you want to order sports photos, go to the Yuen Lui page for Ingraham High School here. If you have any questions, please use the contact info provided on the Yuen Lui website's Ingraham home page.
The Ingraham Athletic Booster Club is a 501(c) 3 non-profit and donations are tax-deductible beyond any cost of goods or services (team fees are not a donation)
The IABC tax ID number is: 85-1599207
If you made a donation in 2018, but did not receive a receipt (for tax deduction purposes), please email a description of your donation inquiry (approx donation date, event, form of payment) and send to the IABC Treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you attended the Champions Breakfast, please read:
The Ingraham Athletic Booster Club (IABC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit and your donations are tax-deductible. Breakfast tickets are only deductible over the cost.
You will receive a receipt in the mail for tax purposes for the value of any donations.
Your support helps us to build a greater community for all of our student athletes at Ingraham High School. Thank you!
If there is an injury that is sustained during a school team’s practice or game and it's not an emergency, it should be reported to Ingraham's Athletic Trainer, Jeff Wilson, or their respective coach before going to see the doctor.
Our trainer would never advise a parent or Athlete not to go to the doctor, but if they go to the doctor before seeing our Athletic Trainer, according to WIAA rules, he cannot clear them to return to play without a clearance note from the medical provider.
See Jeff first. Then go to doctor. OR
If you go to doctor before seeing Jeff, but make sure you have the note from doctor with clear remarks that they are cleared to play. The doctor note must be provided to Jeff, the trainer, before they return to play.
See Jeff's contact info on this page!
Jeff Wilson, ATC
Jeff Wilson - Ingraham Athletic Trainer
Hello Ingraham Athletic Families. Our Athletic Trainer for the 2019-20 school year, is Jeff Wilson. Look forward to meeting our newest Ingraham Athletics support team member if you are in a Fall Sport. You can email Jeff here.
Our athletic trainers are hired by Seattle Children's Hospital and work on a contract through SPS with our school.
Don't forget to visit the Athletic Trainer's pages on this website here.
Coaches will have this on their phones, but parents & community members may also wish to know that there is an app available to help locate the nearest AED. The app is called Pulsepoint AED.
An AED, automated external defibrillator, is a lightweight, portable device that delivers an electric shock through the chest to the heart. The shock can potentially stop an irregular heart beat (arrhythmia) and allow a normal rhythm to resume following sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).
The AED doesn't even need to be registered to appear.
The NCAA posts some stats on post-high school participation.
To be eligible to play Division 1 or 2 athletics, you need to apply for eligibility. See information here:
Team Pages (click the link)