Three Way ISD is committed to providing our students with an innovative, 21st Century hands-on learning experience. Three Way students have access to Chromebooks, iPads, iMacs, an interactive touch screen TVs, a technology center with video production capabilities, and much more. Students in grades 4 through 12 carry a Chromebook each day to all of their classes. The best part about Three Way ISD is that we are small. Our small class sizes provide students with learning opportunities that allow them to explore the world beyond the four walls of the classroom.
Mission & Vision Statement
The District is committed to providing a quality education to meet the varied needs of a diverse student population. Every learner shall have the opportunity to be challenged, successful, and prepared for a future as a responsible and productive citizen.
We believe all students deserve the best learning environment. We believe all students should own their learning. We believe all students can succeed. We believe all students should have access to the latest and best technology. We believe all students should learn 21st Century skills such as communication, collaboration, problem-solving, creating, and critical thinking. We believe in redefining homework. We want traditional homework done at school and at home we want more home practice where parents spend time reading to their child or help their child study. We believe in challenging students to accomplish more than they ever imagined. We believe in having fun and still having high expectations. We believe in developing independent learners that can seek out information and apply that knowledge to new projects.
- WE BELIEVE IN EACH STUDENT AND THE UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES -
Statement of nondiscrimination: It is the policy of Three Way I.S.D. not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, handicap, or age as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; TitleIX of the Education Amendments of 1972; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended.