While a number of school districts in BC have cancelled summer school both Surrey, Burnaby, and Vancouver are among some who are delaying the decision.
Vancouver, Burnaby, and Surrey School Districts have decided to delay the start of summer school as well.
A final decision on whether or not to cancel it will be made by July 3rd.
Vancouver Superintendent Steve Cardwell says the delay is to buy time to see if the Teacher’s union and the province can reach a deal.
Cardwell says the district has roughly 17-thousand summer school registrations.
In Surrey Superintendent Jordan Tinney says they have over 11,000.
In letter to parents Tinney also warned them to brace for picket lines when school returns in September.
He says students in Surrey from Kindergarten to grade 9 will not be recieving report cards but rather will just be advanced to the next grade.
Surrey students in grades 10 through 12 will get report cards but they will be bare bones.
Teachers have threatened to put summer school sites behind picket lines if a deal is not reached by months end.
You can read the letter to parents from Surrey Superintendent Jordan Tinney HERE