Don’t hold your breath if you’re waiting for a report card in Surrey.
The Surrey School District Superintendent has fired off a letter to parents saying “before” we were in full strike, report cards were likely going home although they would be shorter than normal.
Jordon Tinney says under a full strike, the district simply can’t produce report cards.
He says the information needed to put out report cards is in the hands of teachers and the support staff needed to print the report cards are also honoring the picket lines.
Tinney says the district wants to draw some closure to the end of the year and will be sending a letter to parents this week on student progress.