- College and Career
- Library and Textbooks
- Health Services
- Registrar’s Office
Dan Motherspaw, Principal
Andrea Mitchell, Assistant Principal
Brian C. Welborn, Assistant Principal
Derek Dykstra, Assistant Principal
Matthew Hinton, Athletics Director/Assistant Principal
Zenaida Guevara, School Secretary
Joanne Castillo, School Secretary
LeeAnn Legarda, School Secretary
Jordana Maquez, School Secretary
Tisha Nielson, School Secretary
Katherine Yanez, Office Specialist
Esmeralda Fernandez, Attendance Technician
Esmeralda Fernandez, Attendance Technician
To become college and career ready, it is imperative that students attend each of their classes every day on time All studies regarding student attendance point towards the same result that good attendance has a strong correlation with student performance. Please explain the importance of daily attendance to your child.
Call 916-567-5655 to clear all absences. Please help us to keep accurate attendance by calling the attendance office by 8:30 if your student will be absent. Include the following information:
- Student’s legal name
- The day(s) and date(s) of absence(s)
- Reason for the absence
- Caller’s/writer’s name and relationship to the student
- Home and work phone numbers
All absences not cleared within 72 hours of the student’s return will be considered a truancy. Be aware that not all absences will be excused. For more details regarding excused absences, follow the link below.
Inderkum High School is a closed campus. Students are not permitted to leave school once the school day has started. Students who leave campus without permission will receive truancies for the periods missed and may receive disciplinary actions.
For the safety and protection of your child, your cooperation with the following procedures will be appreciated:
* Students leaving during the day for any reason should bring a note from a parent or guardian authorizing the release of the child,
* Any adult picking up a student must come to the attendance office first, sign-in, state his/her relationship to the child and the reason for taking the child early,
* If any adult other than the parent or guardian comes for the student, a signed note from the parent/guardian permitting release of the child is required.
For the benefit of your child, try to avoid scheduling medical appointments when testing is taking place, or when field trips or special school events have been planned.
The State of California has established that it is a parent’s legal responsibility to ensure that their child/children attend school. If your child is truant, school personnel must refer the parents and student to the School Attendance Review Board (SARB), and if necessary, to the District Attorney’s office and Truancy Court. Students will be classified as truant if absent from school without a valid excuse three (3) full days in one school year or tardy or absent for more than any 30-minute period during the school day without valid excuse on three (3) occasions in one school year, or any combination. (Ed.Code 48260).
Laura Rogers, Bookkeeper
Mr. Pugh, College and Career Coordination Specialist
The Career Center, room A106 will be open Mondays – Fridays before school and during both lunch periods.
Click here to access the College and Career web page.
The staff in the counseling office is responsible for coordinating a comprehensive system of support that will promote student connectedness to our academic program, extracurricular activities, work-based learning, academic peer counseling, and health service. All the counselors are available via appointment. Referrals from parents, staff, or peers are encouraged.
Please call (916) 567-5640 ext. 6702 to connect with our Counseling Department.
Ms. Debbie Eisberg
Last Names A-C
Scholars & Full Diploma Students A – K
Mrs. Lindsay Stoddard
Last Names D-I
Scholars & Full Diploma Students L – Z
Mr. Adam Munguia
Last Name J-O
English Language Students A-Z
Mrs. Stacy Pavao
Last Name P-Z
Mr. Craig Van Nort
CECA Students A-Z
Mrs. Mitchell, ELAC Counselor
Please visit the California Department of Education (CDE) website to learn more about a schools requirement to have ELAC.
Ms. Pilipchuk, Library Technician
Textbooks and Library Resources: Room D 115
Textbooks will be issued to all students for the classes in which they are currently enrolled and require textbooks.
“Instructional materials may be printed or non-printed and may include textbooks, technology-based materials, other educational materials, and tests.” – California Department of Education
Textbook checkout will be available in August before school starts and during the school year. Textbooks are available in D115 or the library during school hours.
Textbooks must be returned after the semester or at the end of the school year. Parents or Guardians will be responsible for lost or damaged materials.
North Natomas/South Natomas Library
Inderkum is in joint partnership with Sacramento Public Library/North Natomas Branch
The library is open 7:40 a.m. Monday thru Friday for students.
Closes Monday 3:45 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday and Friday 6:00 p.m.
The library is also open on Saturday’s 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
All students have equal access to the library. Library cards will be issued to students and the cards are valid at all 28 Sacramento Public Library locations.
Library card holders can check out 30 library books, 10 movies, ebooks or audio books and newspapers and magazines.
Link + books are available through the library’s network of 50 library systems from large public libraries and Universities in California and Nevada.
Books may be requested online from any library and have them delivered to the North Natomas Branch.
There are 70 Internet access computers and 2 black and white printers. It is 15 cents per page to print.
Overdue fees are applied per item per day. Other charges for damaged or lost items may apply. There is a $1.00 re-shelving fee for books requested and not checked out. If you owe more than $5.00 in fines, you may not check out materials or use the library’s computers unless you are with your class. Fines may be paid online or at the library.
For more information regarding policies please visit the Sacramento Public Library.
Mrs. Agnello, Health Services Assistant
Health Services is here to help all students achieve their academic goals by encouraging a balance of health and well being.
The Health Office is open every day from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm.
Gisela Gutierrez, Registrar
Registrar’s Office – Room G126
Phone: (916) 567-5640 ext. 5653
Fax: (916) 567-5669
Office Hours: Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
The Registrar’s Office is responsible for student records including transcripts, grade reporting, cumulative files, diplomas, enrolling and withdrawing of an Inderkum High School student.
Current Student Records Request
Complete a blue transcript request form (located in the Registrar’s Office). If you have more than one request you will need to staple all blue forms together and paper clip them.
To PICK-UP an Official Transcript, stop by the Registrar’s Office before school, during your lunch, or after school.
Former Student Records Request
Come to Inderkum High School Registrar’s Office during business hours. If you send a representative to request your records, they will need a signed authorization statement from you.
You will need to provide a letter with the following information:
Your Name (as it appeared on school records)
Date of Birth
Year of graduation or year you last attended
Address to all places you would like your records mailed
Money Order or Cashier’s Check should be made out to “BHS Records”
Inderkum High School – Registrar’s Office
2500 New Market Dr.
Sacramento, CA 95835
Visit the Parchment website to register and request transcripts.