Two Winnipeg teachers who simulated a lap dance at a student rally are no longer being paid while they wait to learn their fate.
Mike Babinsky, a school board trustee, says the two teachers were originally suspended with pay, but were told in early March that their suspensions would be changed to be without pay.
The male and female teachers made sexually suggestive motions during a pep rally at Churchill High School in February, although they remained fully clothed.
The dance was caught on video, and prompted calls from some parents for the teachers to be fired.
The Winnipeg School Division is deciding whether to take further disciplinary action, but all discussions have been held behind closed doors.
Babinsky says he has no idea when a final decision will be made.