For any emergencies – contact the Principal at 867 620 2297 (over the summer – contact BDEC at 867 777-7136
The most up to date information about school events and announcements can be found on our Facebook site: East Three Secondary School Official site Inuvik, NWT
School reopens for all staff on Monday, August 27 and for all students on Wednesday, September 5.
Students who were attending school at East Three Secondary (Grades 7 to 11) or East Three Elementary (Grade 6) in June have automatically been pre-registered to start classes on Sept 5. Some senior high students may need to complete their course schedules, but this can be done on September 5, 6 or 7.
New students to Inuvik, Grades 7 to 12, will need to complete a school registration form with a scanned copy of the student’s Birth Certificate, and submit to the school during the week of August 27 to 31. Forms can be hand-delivered to the main office of the school, faxed to the Principal Gene Jenks at 867-777-4390, or emailed to email@example.com
Registration forms are available by clicking this link -> east-three-student-updated-registration-form-2
New students are expected to have available a copy of a most recent report card or transcript of marks from their previous school. Not having this information may delay the registration and course selection process.
Don’t forget! We’re here for Learning!
Mission: East Three Secondary School will strive to provide a welcoming, cross-cultural environment that promotes the positive values of student achievement, citizenship and community.
Leadership Team Direction: To increase academic, social, and emotional wellness of students by fostering quality teaching practices through teacher teams, cultural connections, and shared decision-making.
To determine, communicate and evaluate strategies that are used to guide and support the staff of East Three Secondary School to meet the learning goals as articulated in our school improvement plan and mission statement.
Summary of Improvement Goals:
|Goal 1: To improve student performance in literacy and numeracy.
|Goal 2: To enhance Aboriginal Language and Cultural programming for all students at ETSS.
|Goal 3: To increase student attendance and positive engagement in class
| Goal 4: To improve career awareness and career program planning.
Our Eagles truly enjoyed the concert yesterday! We were even given our own school song by William Greenland. A dedication ceremony will be later this year for the song “Let the Spirit Fly!” The song is about resilience – the ability to fly above challenges – like an eagle. It is perfect for ETSS. Watch for a post of the lyrics and song soon!
FYI: Do you know the motto for ETSS? It is “RISE ABOVE!”
The words represent the resiliency of our students to rise above their challenges in order to achieve success at school!
Like an eagle that rises above its prey, our students rise above the difficulties of life to attend, engage, and participate in school!
Support our students and teach them to “RISE ABOVE!”
We’ve joined facebook!!! Like us now and you’ll get brief updates.
(More details right on this page — so check it out regularly!)