The teachers strike in Prospect Heights School District 23 ended Sunday after the teachers union ratified a tentative four-year contract.
District 23 classes resumed on Monday.
The school board is slated to vote on the new four-year contract agreement at its Tuesday night meeting. If the school board approves the contract, details about the new agreement will be made public via a joint statement from the district and the Prospect Heights Education Association, according to a posting on the district's website.
Teachers in Prospect Heights School District 23 had been on strike since September 16. Salaries were a key sticking point in the contract negotiations.