Strike in School District on Thursday, May 29th announced

http://www.news1130.com/2014/05/20/bctf-escalating-job-action-to-include-rotating-walk-outs

http://www.scribd.com/doc/225293244/BC-teachers-to-begin-rotating-strikes-on-Monday-May-26


From School District website: School District officials have received notification of a strike at all School District No. 57 (Prince George) schools next Thursday. Our sources indicate that the local one day strike is part of a series of rotating strikes that will affect learning in all of the province’s school districts during the period Monday, May 26th to Thursday, May 29th.
Schools will be in session (open) Monday, May 26, Tuesday, May 27 and Wednesday, May 28 but will be closed Thursday as a result of the one day strike.

Schools will re-open on Friday, May 30, 2014.


VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – The union representing public school teachers has announced it is moving to Phase 2 of job action.

This means if you have a child in one of BC’s public schools, you’ll have to figure out a child care plan for one day next week. There will be walkouts in districts around the province, barring a last-minute deal between teachers and the government.

Every district in the province will be affected for one day, Monday to Thursday next week. In Vancouver’s case, that’s Monday. Extra curricular activities, such as field trips, will also be cancelled.

The BC Teachers’ Federation‘s announcement comes just days after the province made its latest contract proposal, offering a $1,200 signing bonus and a six-year contract in place of the 10-year deal that was a plank in the Liberal election campaign. The government proposal also threatens a five per cent wage cut if a contract isn’t reached by the end of the school year.

 

Planned public school closures (by district school number)

Monday, May 26:

#5 – Southeast Kootenay
#6 – Rocky Mountain
#28 – Quesnel
#39 – Vancouver*
#40 – New Westminster*
#48 – Sea to Sky
#49 – Central Coast
#59 – Pace River South
#62 – Sooke
#67 – Okanagan Skaha
#72 – Campbell River
#74 – Gold Trail
#75 – Mission*
#78 – Fraser-Cascade
#85 – Vancouver Island North
#87 – Stikine

Tuesday, May 27
#10 – Arrow Lakes
#19 – Revelstoke
#20 – Kootenay-Columbia
#23 – Central Okanagan
#27 – Cariboo-Chilcotin
#35 – Langley*
#38 – Richmond*
#42 – Maple Ridge*
#52 – Prince Rupert
#54 – Bulkley Valley
#63 – Saanich
#68 – Nanaimo
#70 – Alberni
#81 – Fort Nelson
#83 – North Okanagan-Shuswap

Wednesday, May 28
#34 – Abbotsford*
#37 – Delta*
#43 – Coquitlam*
#47 – Powell River
#50 – Haida Gwaii
#51 – Boundary
#53 – Okanagan Similkameen
#60 – Peace River North
#61 – Greater Victoria
#69 – Qualicum
#73 – Kamloops Thompson
#84 – Vancouver Island West
#91 – Nechako Lakes
#92 – Nisga’a

Thursday, May 29
#8 – Kootenay Lake
#22 – Vernon
#33 – Chilliwack*
#36 – Surrey*
#41 – Burnaby*
#44 – North Vancouver*
#45 – West Vancouver*
#46 – Sunshine Coast
#57 – Prince George
#58 – Nicola Similkameen
#64 – Gulf Islands
#71 – Comox
#79 – Cowichan Valley
#82 – Coast Mountains

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