Additional support will be offered to Berthoud High School students on Sunday following the death of teen Joshua Francis.

According to a news release from Larimer County Sheriff's Office, Thompson School District will host a time for students to visit the school on Sunday, November 6, to become reconnected with the community. From 2-3 p.m., officials with LCSO will be on-hand to provide support.

"We are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of Joshua," Dr. Stan Scheer, Thompson School District Superintendent, said of the 15-year-old who took his own life at the school. "This has been an especially difficult time for Joshua's family, friends, and the entire Berthoud community. We are extremely grateful to the community for their continued support in this time of need. So many students, parents, and community members have come together to grieve and to provide support to others. We appreciate all that they have done."

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