Youngstown City Schools Superintendent Jeremy Batchelor tells 21 News that YCSD will open its doors for in-person instruction Monday morning and that parents should send their kids to school that day at the usual time.

The announcement comes after the Youngstown Education Association reached a tentative agreement with the Youngstown City School Board Saturday afternoon.

YEA Spokesman Jim Courim tells 21 News that teachers won't vote on the tentative agreement until 5 p.m. on Monday but will return to their classrooms that day to instruct students despite the vote being held after school.

The agreement proposes a one-year contract that would give teachers a raise, though it is currently unknown what that raise will be.

The agreement comes after a long day of negotiating on Friday, which didn't end until 1 a.m. on Saturday. Courim says that "progress was made" in those negotiations and that the negotiating teams reached their tentative agreement early Saturday afternoon. 

Details of the tentative pact had not been released as of Sunday.