Even though Governor Andrew Cuomo said schools in New York State could reopen for the fall, two Western New York school districts have decided against that.

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According to WKBW, both West Seneca and Maryvale school districts will be remote-learning only to begin the 2020 school year.

The plan for West Seneca is to remain with a remote-learning model only through Thanksgiving, so parents can plan ahead.

Here's what the West Seneca School District said to its parents in an email:

"In order to provide a safe and meaningful educational experience, students in the West Seneca School District will begin the 2020-2021 school year in a fully remote mode of instruction. This will entail ALL students learning from home."

As for Maryvale, they have a three-phase plan, with phase one being remote-learning only -- from September 1st through October 2nd. They will reevaluate whether or not to have any in-person classes by that point (which is a hybrid model).

Phase three would be all in-person learning, but there's no timetable for that just yet.

You can read more here.

Perhaps other schools will follow in West Seneca and Maryvale's footsteps.