After the Victor Central School District spent days reeling from a malware/ransomware attack on its digital networks, in-person learning will resume for some.
The news came late-Thursday, as officials announced that in-person learning would be open to the ECS and VPS Gold Cohort students on Friday. “There is still no internet in our buildings so teachers will be working with students without computers,” their statement said. “The leadership staff is finalizing the process to make sure emergency numbers are accessible for staff.”
They say that grades 4 through 12 will be virtual. Students at the intermediate building, junior high, and high school will not be in-person.
“I will have an update on Sunday regarding in-person school for PreK-12 Blue Cohort students on Monday. We are making significant progress with our internet capability but are still unsure if we will be able to have it running by Monday. We will also send out a more detailed FAQ page today,” Superintendent Tim Terranova added in the Thursday update.
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