The news from the head of the high school teachers union may be a bit disappointing for thousands of students across the province.
OSSTF boss Ken Coran says not all of its members will resume supervising extracurricular activities.
He says many teachers are still angry about having contracts imposed on them.
And he says some teachers may never go back to volunteering after hours.
Premier Kathleen Wynne insists the government did not make any concessions to convince the union to end its protest.
She did, however, agree to work with teachers and school boards on a new collective bargaining process for the next time to help fix a "fractured" relationship.