The provincial government trying to resolve some deals with teacher’s contracts before schools get back at it this week.
Elementary Teachers, Francophone teachers and other education workers still do not have deals.
CUPE (The Canadian Union of Public Employees) the union that represents 55,000 education workers are set to go back to the bargaining table in the next two weeks with the province.
But without a contract they are planning ‘work to rule’ campaigns in which staff will not be working through lunches, taking work home or attending an unpaid meetings.
Meanwhile Elementary teachers will avoid fundraising activities, field trips, and open houses, if their contracts are still outstanding.
Education Minister Liz Sandals said progress has been made and talks continue Tuesday with Elementary teachers.