CHARLESTON -- Negotiations have led to a tentative agreement on a new contract for Charleston School District teachers.
Negotiators reached the agreement last week and final documentation on the proposed contract was completed on Thursday, school district Superintendent Todd Vilardo said.
The Charleston Education Association teachers union has a ratification vote scheduled for Tuesday, according to Vilardo.
With the union ratification, the Charleston school board will be able to vote on final approval of the contract during its June 19 meeting, he said.
Vilardo said both sides agreed not to release any details of the contract, including the length, until after final approval. The district's current three-year contract with the union expires on Aug. 15.