Two of the biggest school districts in the province say they’ll decide this week if Summer School will be cancelled because of the teachers’ dispute.
The Vancouver School Board says it expects to make a decision whether to cancel Summer School early this week.
It depends the Board says if the strike continues and the BC Teachers Federation chooses to picket the sites.
In Surrey, Schools Superintendent Jordan Tinney says a decision on Summer School will be made later this week.
However Tinney says if teachers are on strike and pickets lines are up, there will be no summer school.
He says “we’re all prepared and ready to go but at this point, things look very tenuous.”
As for report cards Tinney says a letter will be sent out on student progress.
The Education Ministry says it’s not aware of any school districts cancelling summer school…yet.