Dear Ingraham Performing Arts Supporter,
Welcome to the 2020/21 school year! While it may not feel like what we want school to feel like, Ingraham’s instructors will be doing their best to make as much lemonade out of this batch of lemons as they can.
It is in this spirit that the Ingraham Performing Arts Boosters (IPAB) is asking for your donations in order to be ready to assist our instructors in meeting the unique set of challenges they face this year. IPAB is committed to supporting Ingraham’s performing arts program with over $20,000 in supplemental financial support. It is this support that will help give our kids amazing opportunities to test the limits of their creativity. Through theatre, voice, or instrument, students are encouraged to push themselves to new heights.
Under normal circumstances, IPAB helps buy uniforms, instruments, and sound equipment; pay for production costs and choreography; and provide scholarships, tutoring, and accompanists. This year, IPAB is prepared to help our instructors engage students remotely in whatever way possible. Your support is essential to fulfilling these needs.
Any amount you give will help our students soar. As they are successful, so are all of us as their supporters. We are excited by the possibilities and look forward to sharing this year with you. Thank you in advance for choosing to make a difference in a student’s life.
How do you do that? You may mail a check directly to IPAB, c/o IHS, 1819 N 135th St, Seattle, WA 98133. Please make checks out to AFE/IPAB. You may also pay with a credit card by using the following link:
The IPAB Board
|President: Rachel Stamm; Vice President: Open Position;|
Treasurer: Davida Sims; Secretary: Debbie Casselman;
Fundraising Chair: Jason Phillips;
Volunteer Coordinator: Gayle Clemans;
Communications Chair: Deanna Meyerhoff;
Student Showcase Chairs: Mark Richards & Paul Vahey;
Band Liaison: Open Position; Orchestra Liaison: Open Position;
Choir Liaison: Open Position; Drama Liaison: Open Position;
Band Instructor: Shane Henderson;
Choir Instructor: Katie Wood;
Orchestra & Theatre Instructor: Heidi Oveson