The Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation gave another notice on Friday that more job action would be coming for Saskatchewan schools this week.

Beginning Monday, March 25 and carrying through Thursday, March 28, there will be a provincewide withdrawal of extracurricular activities such as athletics, non-curricular arts, field trips, student travel, graduation preparations, school clubs and other activities laid out by the STF.

Also in Friday's announcement, the Tri-West Teachers' Association was one of six associations included in the withdrawal of noon-hour supervision for Monday. Representing the Living Sky School Division, this means there will be no supervision at lunch for local schools in and around Macklin, Unity, Kerrobert, Luseland, and Wilkie. 

"All schools will move to a 30 min lunch break with adjusted dismissal times." shared Living Sky on Facebook, directing people to their website for more information.

The Living Sky School Division put up another comprehensive look at sanctions for the week on their social media. The Sun West School Division also shared their plan for the week back on Friday.

Back on Friday, both STF president Samantha Becotte, and Saskatchewan Minister of Education Jeremy Cockrill made comments in lieu of another week of strike action. Schools were already set to be closed on Friday as part of a statutory holiday for Good Friday.

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