The East Aurora Union Free School District says it won't offer remote or hybrid learning when classes resume this fall. East Aurora's superintendent sent a letter to parents Saturday discussing the district's reopening plans. 

He says administrators expect school COVID-19 protocols to relax further in the coming months. 

East Aurora students should plan for a traditional five-day in-person class structure come September. 

The superintendent also says he only plans to offer remote or hybrid learning if required by the governor's office. It's important to note, current state mandates require students and staff to wear masks inside school buildings, but can remove them while outdoors.