Blayne Alexander reports:
Atlanta Public School officials are investigating a computer hacking incident at Grady High School. According to a district spokesperson, nearly 200 computers were affected.
On Sept. 4th, Grady High School principal Timothy Guiney sent a letter to parents, explaining the situation.
“The perpetrator(s) have transmitted threatening comments on one occasion and also transmitted explicit sexual content,” the letter read.
A Grady insider told 11Alive’s Blayne Alexander that both teachers and students were affected, and many of the messages popped up on the screen as students were working in the classrooms. Guiney’s letter indicates the hacking incidents occurred over a three-day period.
Read more on 11Alive.