VIDEO: PC Motion Focuses on Teachers
The province's elementary teachers have confirmed to Newstalk 1010 that they are having meetings with union heads, to make a decision on what to do with extra curriculars.
They gave themselves a deadline of Friday.
This comes as the Tories try to expand teachers' job descriptions and find a way to prevent them from bowing out of helping out with your kids' plays and sports games.
A Progressive Conservative opposition day motion lists completing report cards on time and meeting with parents and students outside of regular school hours as things teachers should be required to do.
And while PC education critic Lisa MacLeod says they won't force teachers to perform extra curriculars, she wants to make sure they won't face sanctions if they want to offer extra curriculars during strike action.
She also wants to make it easy for parents to help out with after school activities, when schools are in a crunch.
But Premier Kathleen Wynne says she wants to make sure the conversation is about student needs and not about adults who are having problems having a respectful relationship.
Which is why Wynne underlines they continue to talk with unions about the issue.