VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – It’s back-to-school today for kids after Spring Break.

It’s also the first time since last spring teachers will work on report cards. But parents, you’re being warned they could look a little different.

The BC Public School Employers’ Association says districts will have to discuss with local teachers’ unions about whether the report cards will reflect the whole year up until now or have separate entries for September to November and November to March.

Today is also the first day back to class for teachers since the BC Teachers’ Federation said it plans to launch a legal challenge against Bill 22.

Teachers will be asked during a vote on April 17th and 18th if they want to withdraw all voluntary extra-curricular activities and if they want to break the law by mounting a wildcat strike.

Bill 22 was introduced by the BC Government before Spring Break, ending the teachers’ job action. It brings in a mediator and imposes huge fines, both for teachers and the union, if they take strike action.

It will take a vote of 50 per cent, plus one for the teachers’ plan to pass.