A Surrey high school student is frustrated with the ongoing strike talks between government and teachers.
She’s taking action to show students are sick of being put in the middle.
The ongoing teachers strike is not showing any signs of resolution and tomorrow begins the second week rotating job action.
Lord Tweedsmuir grade twelve student Victoria Barker says it’s time for a change in the negotiation process.
“Students should attend their classes in the morning and get up and walk out and hit the streets with their signs to protest that we are done. The plan is to last the whole day I thought the longer we could be out there it would should that we are serious and fed up.”
The walk is planned for Wednesday and according to the “Save our Students” Facebook page, almost 7-thousand students will be participating.
Victoria was speaking on CKNW’s Morning News with Jill Bennet.