|Prince Rupert Teachers, support staff and their |
supporters will be taking their concerns to SD52 officials
today with a car caravan set to start at the School Board
offices at 4PM this afternoon
As they prepare for their car caravan later today to continue to raise their concerns over COVID related issues in the city's schools, the Prince Rupert and District Teachers Union is expressing more frustration with the District.
In an information release from Wednesday, the PRDTU got ahead of the School District's own flow of information related to the Tuesday School Board meeting, noting how they were disappointed that a number of their recommendations have found no traction with Board officials.“Last night (Tuesday), the School District 52 Board of Trustees held its regular meeting and made some disappointing decisions in relation to school safety during COVID-19. The local teachers’ union is requesting more local leadership on COVID-19 school safety. At last night’s meeting, local teachers certainly did not see the kind of leadership that’s required. None of the school safety motions passed"