(CBS) — Contentious contract negotiations between the Hinsdale Township High School District 86 and its teachers is expected to draw a large crowd at a school board meeting Monday night.

WBBM’s Kimberly Easton reports the community wants to know where the two are in their negotiations and if there’s going to be a new contract in place before school starts.

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More than 300 teachers, counselors and social workers with the Hinsdale School Teachers’ Association voted to strike, but agreed to show up for school when it starts Friday.

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Board negotiators and teachers remain divided over salary and health benefits.

“Both groups are going to have to give on this and from what I understand there has been a little progress but the devil is in the details,” said parent Joan Gundlach-Brandeis.

Board negotiators presented a new contract proposal today. It currently remains under consideration by the teacher’s association.

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School starts August 22.