DUPO, Ill. (KMOV.com) -- Dupo junior and senior high school students will return to remote learning after two students tested positive for COVID-19, the district says.

Parents' biggest frustration with distance learning

As many schools start the year with virtual learning, parents are trying to summon even more of that long-forgotten knowledge.

All junior and senior high students will participate in full-remote instruction starting Tuesday and will return to in-person on November 6, according to the district website.

In a letter to parents and staff, the school district was notified that one student at the junior high and one student at the high school tested positive for COVID-19.

"Any directly affected persons will be contacted by the St. Clair County Health Department. Please contact your building principal with any questions," the district says.

See the letter to parents and staff below:

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