Inuvik East Three School – Beaufort Delta Region

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Today’s children will determine what society will be like in the future. They will shape the world! Our children are precious and full of potential. Yet they are also vulnerable, and deserve to grow up in a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment. Children who are well cared for in their earliest years are far more likely to be successful in school, more productive at work, have greater financial success and be healthier throughout their lives.

The Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) is an English language assessment tool which measures listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills. The English language test is required for individuals applying for Canadian citizenship, or being nominated by an employer. Aurora College will be hosting the test on October 25th.

The Department of Education Culture and Employment (ECE) is reaching out to put a stop to bullying – at school, in our communities, and online. We’ve launched a campaign to create awareness that bullying is not acceptable, and that more students and people are standing up to bullying.

The Minister of Education, Culture and Employment has heard the concerns regarding the readiness and capacity of small community schools to implement Junior Kindergarten. For that reason, Education Authorities were given the option of offering Junior Kindergarten in their small community schools in the 2014/15 school year.

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