Monroe City School Board addresses computer system debacle at board meeting

KNOE in Louisiana reports:

The Monroe City School district’s computer system shut down last week. According to Superintendent Dr. Brent Vidrine, the system is back up and running, but others are still confused about what happened to the system in general.

Parents, teachers, and faculty members expressed concerns at the school board meeting on Tuesday.

“We were attacked by a virus that took our system down,” said Vidrine.

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