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Welcome to the 2019– 2020 school year. I am hopeful that you have enjoyed your summer and are ready to start the school year rested and relaxed.

The first day of  school for Freshman (9th Grade) and new to Inglemoor students is Wednesday, September 4, 2019.

The first day of school for all students including Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors is Thursday, September 5, 2019.

We hope that you find this information helpful! 
~Adam Desautels, Principal

Back to School Information Page
On this page you will find essential information to assist you with a successful school start.  You will find much of the information on this page will direct you to our website and the Northshore School District’s website. If you do not have access to the internet, please visit your local public library where computers are available for public use. Or, you are welcome to access this information through the computers in our Inglemoor Library during school hours (remember to sign in at the Main Office). Please read all the enclosed materials, check the Inglemoor and Northshore School District websites, highlight significant dates, and keep the information for reference during the school year.

Our Website
https://inglemoor.nsd.org/

Our website is an excellent first place to look to find the answers for most of your questions. You will find phone numbers, email addresses, calendar events, etc. Many teachers post homework assignments on their webpages. The website is a tremendous resource for parents and students. The Northshore School District’s website is: http://www.nsd.org. We are committed to having our website current and informative.

Administrative & Counselor Assignments (by student last name)

Administrative Assignments for 2019-2020

Administrative Assignments for 2019 – 2020
(by Student last name)

........ All phone numbers begin with 425-408-####
 

Adam Desautels Principal 7205
Erica Hill , Assistant Principal (A - Han) 7225
Shawn Rainwater , Assistant Principal (Hao - Pat)    7305
Joe Mismas , Assistant Principal (Pau - Z) 7224

Principal

Assistant Principals

Counseling Assignments for Fall 2019-2020

Counselor Assignments for Fall 2019 – 2020
(by Student last name)

........ All phone numbers begin with 425-408-####
 

Jennifer Orhuozee A - Ek 7221
Lettie Hobbins El - Kl 7222
Chase Stevens Kn - O  7392
Loni Tighe P - Sa 7220
Jessica Parrott Sc - Z 7357
Mary Buckner Career Specialist 7288
Chris McQueen IBCC and IB Coord 7355
Amy Managhan IBCC and IB Coord 7355

Counselors

Student Information

Student Parking Registration

Student Parking Applications for the 2019-20 school year are on the Inglemoor website at https://inglemoor.nsd.org/resources/student-parking (or under “Student Parking” on the Resources tab). They are available starting July 2, for Juniors and Seniors only. The cost for a parking pass is $100.00 (including tax). The parking pass will be available to pick up on the first day of school. Students who have purchased a space should arrive and park in the assigned space and then pick up their pass.  DO NOT park in visitors parking or any space that you are not registered for. Students who have yet to obtain their driver’s license may complete the application at any time, but must present their license before the Parking Tag will be issued. For any questions, please contact the Campus Supervisor, Ric Calhoun, at rcalhoun@nsd.org.

Student Schedules

For New-to-District students that do not have a StudentVue account, paper copies of your schedule will be available for you to pick up in the counseling office on August 23rd, 8:00am – 3:00pm.  Schedules will be available online August 23 through StudentVue at https://studentvue.nsd.org or click on “StudentVue Login” under Quick Links on the Inglemoor home page. Any schedule accessed prior to August 23 will not be accurate.  Use your regular student user name and password, then click on “Class Schedule” from the menu on the left hand side. You will see your current semester schedule. You MUST attend all classes assigned to you on your schedule. 

Information regarding the IHS Schedule Change Policy appears on the Counseling information dropdown below and on the Counseling & Career Center page of the IHS website.

LINK Crew Program & First Day of School

Inglemoor implements the LINK Crew Program to support our Freshmen, and all other New-to-Inglemoor Students in their transition to IHS. The program is designed to have trained Juniors and Seniors work with small groups of New Students guiding them through their first year experience. Throughout the year, activities have been planned to link the groups and guide students in the decision-making process. This program has been successful at other locations throughout the country and has been responsible for keeping students connected to their school in a positive way. The program also empowers Juniors and Seniors as role models, develops leadership skills, teaches students that by working together they can be successful and enjoy one another, and creates a supportive and positive atmosphere on campus. We are looking forward to the continuation of this exciting program.

On the first day of school, Wednesday, September 4, (7:30 – 2:35) all Freshmen, New-to-Inglemoor Students, LINK Leaders, and Staff will participate in a full day orientation. Backpacks are not necessary and students may bring a lunch or purchase lunch in the Cafeteria. The first full day of school for all students will be the following day, Thursday, September 5. (Full Day 7:30 – 2:35)

School Pictures for ASB/ID Cards

All students will have their ASB/ID card pictures taken at school on Friday, September 6, during their English classes. Students who do not have an English class at Inglemoor (i.e. Running Start students) may come during school hours on Sept 6th or report to the IHS Multi-Purpose room between 8:00 am and 12:00 noon on Friday, October 18 for their ID card picture.

All IHS students are required to carry school ID at all times.

 

Senior Pictures

Senior pictures for the yearbook were taken in July by Dorian Studios. If you were unable to take your photo at that time, contact Dorian at 1-888-600-8127 to schedule an appointment.

ASB Cards / School Yearbooks

ASB cards are $60
Yearbooks are $60 if purchased 1st Semester
-or-  $65 if purchased in spring of 2020.
PSAT Testing Fee $13 (grades,10, & 11)
 
Payment for ASB Cards and Yearbooks may be made online at https://schoolsales.nsd.org. Payment may also be made with a check made out to IHS (one check is fine) credit card, or cash in our bookkeeper’s office.
 
Yearbooks will be on sale the following three time periods ONLY: August 12 - September 19, 2019 $60
November 4 - December 4, 2019 $60
May 19 - June 19, 2020 $65

High School PSAT Testing

Northshore School district sophomores and juniors will have the opportunity to take the PSAT at their high schools in the fall. The PSAT serves as a practice for the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). It can be an indicator of how well students are progressing toward college readiness at this point in their high school career. The PSAT results are sent to the students and parents only. The results are not entered into a student’s permanent record and do not affect a student’s ability to get into college.

The PSAT will be administered at Inglemoor on Wednesday, October 16. Students will be charged a $13.00 test fee to be paid online. To request a fee waiver, please contact your student’s counselor.

School Bell Schedules

Parent Information

IMPORTANT: Student Drop-off / Pick-up Locations

Due to safety concerns, parents are not allowed to drop off or pick up their students at the main entrance of the school or near the bus loading zone, before or after the school day. Details, including a map of the drop-off/pick-up location are available on the Inglemoor website at https://inglemoor.nsd.org/our-school/parking-transportation.

Fall Sports Parent/Player Information Meeting - Sept 3rd, 2019

Tuesday — September 3rd, 2019      
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
IHS Gymnasium
 
For details, including our online Sports Registration system, see the Fall Sports Information page later in this packet.

Freshmen & New-to-Inglemoor Parent Orientation Night

An orientation for Freshman, and New-to-Inglemoor parents is scheduled for Thursday, August 29th, beginning at 6:30pm in the gymnasium. This is an opportunity for you to meet our administrators and support staff and learn important information regarding Inglemoor policies.    Parents will have the opportunity to sign up for their Touchbase PIN and ParentVue Activation Key; allow 72 hours to process this request.

Open House

Our annual parent Open House will be Thursday, September 19. A general welcome for all parents begins in the gymnasium at 6:30 pm. First period class is scheduled to start at 6:45 pm; time will be provided to visit all of your student’s IHS classes. A detailed invitation will be e-mailed the early part of September.

Visitor Sign In Procedures

are required to report to the Main Office to sign in and obtain a visitor’s badge. This badge must be worn during your visit. Please do not expect to meet with a staff member without prior notification; pre-arranged appointments will help ensure the availability of the staff member you need to meet with. Appointments may be made by phone or email directly with the staff member you wish to meet with.

Inglemoor has a no-student-visitor policy. Please do not send visiting students to Inglemoor with the expectation they may attend classes. Occasionally, special circumstances would allow for a prospective student visit. In such cases, arrangements for the student’s visit would need two (2) weeks prior notice and approval by appropriate staff and the school principal. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated and will ensure that Inglemoor remains a safe learning environment for all.

Get Involved

Watch and listen for opportunities to get involved. Our website (www.nsd.org/inglemoor) will help keep you informed of the many Inglemoor activities. We offer an assortment of varied experiences addressing multiple interests. We hope that each of you will consider participating in the variety of programs and activities that are available. We welcome ALL interested volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering with our students, please contact the school (ashipley@nsd.org) so you may be provided with the district’s required volunteer application forms. These forms may be downloaded from the NSD website (www.nsd.org): under the Parents tab, select Volunteer, then Volunteer Forms.
 

Our PTSA is another great way to get involved with our school community. We encourage you to join PTSA and attend their meetings.  Individual memberships are $15 and family memberships (2 individual) are $28. Visit the PTSA website for more details at www.inglemoorptsa.org.

Inglemoor PTSA Member Application

Also, please feel comfortable attending any and all of our school-sponsored activities (assemblies, concerts, drama productions, sporting events, etc). We strongly encourage parent involvement. You are welcome to participate at any level you desire.

Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act

(Student Information)

Northshore schools will never release student information for commercial purposes, but does release directory information when there is a legitimate educational purpose in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). You have the right to withhold the disclosure of your student’s information by completing the Permission to Withhold Student Directory Information form and returning it to the school office by October 2. The form is available on the NSD website under the Departments tab; click on Student Services, then Forms for Student Services.

Counseling Department News

Requesting a Schedule Change 2019-2020

Our registration process for the 2019-20 school year was completed in the spring. Our courses are established and staff assignments have been determined based on these requests. Students were provided the opportunity to review and adjust their course selections during our one-on-one conferences in March/April and they were allowed to make any adjustments up until June of the 2018-19 school year. Choices made by students during registration are considered to be final by June. However, some changes may be made on a limited basis due to the following reasons:

·       Corrections needed to meet graduation requirements
·       Level changes which require approval from teacher, counselor, and parent/guardian.
·       Running Start schedule adjustments
·       Duplicate Classes / Obvious Errors / Open Periods
·       IEP / ELL Placement Issues
·       Adjustment based on courses taken over the summer
·       TA / Peer Coach requests which require approval from teacher

 

Any schedule change that does not meet these criteria will still be reviewed for the benefit of the master schedule. Other exceptions are subject to administrative approval. Counselors may need to make adjustments to individual schedules to balance class sizes.

Schedule changes will be immediately denied based on the following:

·       Teacher preference
·       Rearranging course order
·       Attempts to align schedules with friends
·       Requesting a specific lunch
 

IHS counselors have worked diligently to balance class sizes for the 2019-20 school year. Any schedule change requests that overload or cause an imbalance in class sizes will not be considered.

 

How to Request a Schedule Change for 2019-2020

Prior to the First Day of School:
All schedules will be released on Friday, August 23rd via StudentVUE. Please keep in mind that any schedules that appear online prior to this date are not accurate.  On Monday, August 26th, students will be able to access the schedule change request form through the counseling website.  Schedule changes requested through email will not be honored. Below is the process for submitting your request:
 
Step 1 - Complete the google form titled “Schedule Change Request Form 2019-20” found on the IHS Counseling webpage
Step 2 - Fill out the form with as much detail as possible and be sure to click “submit”.
Step 3 - Wait for counselor review.
 
Counselors will only consider requests from their assigned students.
Students should expect to receive a response from their individual counselor within three business days.
Please note; the link for schedule change requests will ONLY be open until Friday, August 30th.
On the first day of school, counselors will be available for students who have any open periods or any obvious errors on their schedules.
 
 
How to Request a Schedule Change for 2019-2020 After the First Day of School:
If there are circumstances that require a schedule change after the first day of school, students will have the first 10 days of the semester to initiate the schedule change process. No schedule changes will be honored after September 18, 2019. This process requires the student to meet with their individual counselor to discuss the request and complete the schedule change form with parent/guardian signature, teacher feedback and principal signature.
 
District policy states that students dropping a class after the 10th day of each semester will have a failing (F) grade posted to their transcript unless one of the following conditions exist:
 
·       Medical withdrawal (doctor documentation required)
·       Does not have the prerequisite skill level to complete the course (as determined by teacher)
·       Not on track to graduate (as verified by the student’s counselor)
·       Condition outlined in IEP/504 (documentation required)
 

Counselor Assignments for Fall 2019 (by student last name)

Counselor Assignments for Fall 2019 – 2020
(by Student last name)

........ All phone numbers begin with 425-408-####
 

Jennifer Orhuozee A - Ek 7221
Lettie Hobbins El - Kl 7222
Chase Stevens Kn - O  7392
Loni Tighe P - Sa 7220
Jessica Parrott Sc - Z 7357
Mary Buckner Career Specialist 7288
Chris McQueen IBCC and IB Coord 7355
Amy Managhan IBCC and IB Coord 7355

Inglemoor “Viking” Athletics

Fall Sports Information

Fall Sports begin Monday, August 26, 2018
(Football ONLY Begins Wednesday, August 21, 2018)
Fall Sports Parent/Player Information Meeting
Tuesday, September 3rd        IHS Gym — 7:00 pm
 
We would like to invite all parents and players to attend this important informational meeting. This time will be used to introduce coaches, discuss expectations, and answer questions. The meeting should last about 90 minutes. This will be a great opportunity for athletes and parents to meet and talk with our coaching staff.
             
Sports Registration is Only Online  
 
Register online now for all 2019 - 2020 athletics (fall, winter, and spring sports) by visiting the Inglemoor Athletic page at www.nsd.org/inglemoor, and selecting “Register for Sports.”
Final Forms is our new platform for athletic registration and there are instructions on how to sign up on the athletic page.  Please check the individual sports pages on the IHS website for the most up-to-date tryout information.
 
IMPORTANT 
All athletes must have a physical on file at Inglemoor. Physicals are good for two years and must be valid through the entire athletic season, including the state tournament. The $154 sports participation fee should be paid the first week of practice. A $60 Inglemoor ASB Card is also required for ALL IHS athletic participants. If your online registration is incomplete, you will not be allowed to practice. Registrations completed after August 15th may not be approved by the first day of Fall practice.
 
Athletic fee waivers are available. Please contact Principal Adam Desautels at
adesautels@nsd.org to see if you are eligible to receive a waiver.
 
Questions? 
Please contact your particular coach as listed above or go to www.nsd.org/inglemoor,
to the “Athletics” tab to look for your sport’s specific web page.
You may also contact Athletic Director Lance Gatter at lgatter@nsd.org.

Inglemoor International Baccalaureate (IB) Program

Support Inglemoor's IB Program

Join the 2019-2020 IB Boosters Club!

The International Baccalaureate aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. The Inglemoor IB Boosters Club is a volunteer parent organization that sustains the high quality of the Inglemoor IB Program. Your support helps us build a stronger program for our IB student community.

  • Every student who takes an IB course at Inglemoor benefits from your membership, whether seeking a full IB diploma, IB certificate or taking a single IB course.
  • Donations are used to enrich the program through the purchase of supplemental course materials, classroom supplies, and funding a senior recognition ceremony.
  • IB Boosters provides critical support for student Community/Action/Service (CAS) projects as well as volunteers to proctor IB exams each spring.
  • Membership contributions are our only source of fundraising!

Find out more, and join today by visiting our web site at www.ihsib.org.

The IB Booster Club is a 501(c)(3)non-profit organization. Our tax ID number is 04-3801831. Membership contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by the IRS.
 
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