By Ben Warwick

FORT LUPTON, Colo. (CBS4) – Two students at Fort Lupton High School tested positive for COVID-19. The students were in two different cohorts, school district officials told families on Wednesday.

The high school then moved to an remote-learning model as all students were sent home. School officials say they are conducting contact tracing to learn of any other students or staff who were in contact with the two positive students.

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In-person learning will resume Sept. 8, they say. All other schools in the Weld Re-8 School District will continue in-person learning.

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You can read the whole release from the Weld Re-8 district here.

Ben Warwick