Rotating Withdrawal of Noon-Hour Supervision on March 14

March 11, 2024
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Teachers are giving notice of a one-day rotating withdrawal of noon-hour supervision that will take place Thursday, March 14. By law, 48 hours’ notice is required for job action; however, the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation is providing extra time to allow families to make arrangements.

Withdrawal of noon-hour supervision means STF members will not be available to supervise students who are eating lunch at school or taking part in noon-hour activities. Although teachers, including principals and vice-principals, often provide lunch break supervision, it is done on a voluntary basis. Student supervision is the responsibility of the school division and supervisors are not required to be teachers.

Withdrawal of noon-hour supervision on March 14 will involve teachers who are members of the following local associations:

  • Association locale des enseignantes et enseignants fransaskois – All schools in Conseil des écoles fransaskoise
  • Chinook Teachers’ Association – All schools in Chinook School Division
  • Holy Family Teachers’ Association – All schools in Holy Family Catholic School Division
  • North East Teachers’ Association – All schools in North East School Division
  • Prairie Spirit Teachers’ Association – All schools in Prairie Spirit School Division
  • Regina Catholic Schools Teachers’ Association – All schools in Regina Catholic Schools
  • Regina Public Schools Teachers’ Association – All schools in Regina Public Schools
  • Saskatoon Teachers’ Association – All schools in Saskatoon Public Schools and Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools

Contact information

Lynn Redl-Huntington, BA | Manager, Communications

306-373-1660

306-221-4209