Members of the BC Teachers Federation and BC Public School Employers Association have been at the bargaining table all weekend in a downtown Vancouver hotel.
Bargaining continues behind closed doors, as it has been since the morning.
Both the BCTF and government negotiators have been working on a possible deal between the two.
There has been barely any sightings of people coming down from the meeting rooms aside from a brief lunch break where most refused to talk, and one pointed out it would be back to bargaining after lunch.
However, one woman was seen heading to the meeting rooms with about two dozen cupcakes.
Security has removed all media from the hotel saying it is for the negotiators safety.
Although the meeting rooms are booked until 11pm there’s no word yet on whether a deal will be made.
If not, then students and parents can expect their teachers to be on a full scale strike as of Tuesday.