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Lunch Breaks adjusted at one school due to hired supervisor

One school in the Strait Regional School Board had to adjust their lunch break because of the hired supervisor situation. It is divided into two lunch periods and requires one supervisor when the lunch is divided in half, instead of needing two supervisors if it was the entire school on break

Board Superintendent Ford Rice says there has been some success with this so far:

Ads have been placed to attract more people to assist with lunch breaks, as well as the 20 minute period before and after school. Not all supervisors were able to commit to doing time in January, resulting in ads in local newspapers hoping to attract more people. Rice is hopeful that the work to
rule by teachers  will end soon, and things will get back to normal at schools in the  Board.