As schools in Northern Colorado make the switch back to remote learning due to heightened COVID-19 concerns, Loveland High School is now following suit.

Loveland High School officials announced Wednesday that students attending in-person classes will transition to remote learning starting Thursday until Thanksgiving break.

In a Facebook post on Wednesday (Nov. 11), Loveland High School officials said that while the number of people who have tested positive for COVID-19 within the LHS community is small compared to the total population, there is “significant concern that the number could grow much larger unless some additional proactive steps are taken.”

There will be no in-person classes or activities held at the high school during the remote learning period.

Students will return to in-person classes on Monday, Nov. 30.

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