CO: Summit School District corrects security breach that leaked student information

The Summit Daily reports:

Last week Summit School District officials discovered a security issue that made some student and parent information available online.


The information the parent found came from an internal student data file the district used for automated calls to parents about their children’s negative food account balances.

The file contained the following information for all of the district’s roughly 3,200 students: student first and last name, grade level, school identification number, assigned PowerSchool number, current food service balance, phone number and the personal email address of the guardian.

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