Reports cards still expected in Prince Rupert School District

The Prince Rupert School District has no plans of cancelling report cards in light of teacher job action.

The Prince Rupert School District has no plans of cancelling report cards in light of teacher job action.

While other districts in the province, including Surrey and New Westminster, have told parents not to expect any report cards for some or all students, superintendent Sandra Jones said the goal is to get something out to parents in the weeks ahead.

“I know some school districts aren’t, but the situation varies district-to-district … we anticipate sending them out as they are now. Some of them are quite incomplete, but they do have good information included that we feel parents will be interested in,” she said, noting nothing is set in stone as of yet.

“Things can change though, the situation is fairly malleable right now.”

 

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