Students in Auburn are getting ready to head back to school.
The Auburn Enlarged City School District told families this week that it plans to move from a hybrid model to an all, in-person one on April 19.
Superintendent Jeff Pirozzolo said in a letter to families that the move came after a modification to physical distancing guidance.
“We are very excited about bringing more of our students back for in-person instruction every day,” Pirozzolo said in the email. “We will continue to keep you informed as we navigate our way back to some sort of normalcy.”
The district will continue offering a full-time remote learning program for families that don’t want to have their children attending in-person classes.
There will be temperature screenings and other precautions in place- like mask wearing. They are asking families to keep their children at home while ill.
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