UPDATE: *VIDEO* Some High School Teachers To Resume Extracurricular Activities
Your kids may be seeing their after school art class back on or maybe that volleyball tournament.
But not every teen in the province will.
Despite the province's public high school teachers union urging members to take part in extra curriculars again, Ken Coran says the decision comes down to individual teachers.
The Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation (OSSTF) president underlines around 60 per cent of his members need to see tangible changes to the way the province deals with teachers before their full trust can be regained.
However, he does admit the tone has changed in talks with the province's new premier and education minister.
Coran says there's still anger amongst teachers regarding they way they have been treated over the past year by the province.
He reveals bargaining at local levels will resume soon but maintains he will not negotiate in public.
OSSTF announced its decision to return to extra curriculars on Friday.
Meantime, both the premier and education minister are confident the majority of teachers will return to helping out with extra curricular activities.
They both made the statements in Question Period at Queen's Park, an hour after the OSSTF spoke to media.
Premier Kathleen Wynne says she has faith in the return of extra curriculars given teachers know how much they enrich students lives.
Education Minister Liz Sandals believes teachers know that extra curriculars are part of what makes a great education system.
PC Education Critic Lisa MacLeod demanded answers to what the province gave teachers in order to get the OSSTF to agree to returning extra curriculars in schools.