CHICAGO (CBS) — Some students at Joliet Catholic have tested positive for COVID-19, and parents say they got a voicemail message from the school Friday night saying in-person learning is over for at least a week.

The school sent out an email that does not specify where the students contracted the novel coronavirus, but it does tell families they are contact tracing.

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CBS 2’s Steven Graves spoke with two parents who got a call about potential exposure. Both have children who are football players. They are worried it might be connected to the team.

CBS 2 tried reaching out to the school for more information to no avail.

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In the email there is no mention of exactly how many students were exposed to or contracted COVID-19.

The school will be switching to e-learning.

Those with potential exposure will have to quarantine for 14 days. Other students will be able to return to school in a week after the school goes through a deep clean.

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School just started last Monday.