Victor Central School District Superintendent said late-Sunday it would take one more day to get their buildings back online so that in-person learning could resume.
Last week we brought you a story with parent feedback. While some were content with the way the district had communicated challenges associated with the ransomware attack that occurred more than seven days ago – others were frustrated by the reliance on internet connectivity to continue education.
“Our Technology Department and EduTech team need one more day to turn on the internet,” Dr. Tim Terranova said Sunday. “Because of this we will have virtual instruction for grades 4 through 12 and we will have in-person instruction for students in the Blue Cohort for grades PreK through 3rd. So, no in-person instruction tomorrow for students in the Intermediate Building, Junior High and High School. Students in the Blue Cohort at the Early Childhood School and Primary School will be in-person.”
Another update is expected at some point on Monday regarding Tuesday’s schedule.
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