It appears the strike action may be ongoing into the summer; in the meantime, for report cards…Report CardsGrades K-9The strike action will NOT allow for the completion and distribution of report cards for students in Grades K through 9. The assessment information that we need in order to produce report cards is not consistently available due to the strike, nor do we have resources available to produce full report cards. Therefore, we are not able to produce an accurate statement of your child’s progress at this time. Unless you have been notified otherwise,your child will progress to the next grade and no final report card will be issued.Grades 10, 11 and 12The Labour Relations Board has ruled that final marks for students in Grades 10, 11 and 12 must be submitted byteachers. Students in these grades will receive abbreviated report cards that will include final course marks and attendance, but will not include comments or a description of work habits. It is our intention to have these minimal report cards available at the end of August. Also, please note that Grade 12 graduating students will receive their transcripts in the mail from the Ministry of Education in July.Distance Learning/Summer SchoolThe BCTF has announced that if there is no resolution to the strike by June 30, traditional summer school programs will be picketed.
The BC Public Schools Employers Association (BCPSEA) has applied for an essential services order that would allow some summer school programs to go ahead.