More details emerge on Hellgate student info breach

And this, children, is another reminder of what can go oh-so-very-wrong when you don’t follow procedures and protocols.

Cassidy Belus reports:

Missoula County Public Schools held a press conference Dec. 15 to address the recent Hellgate data breach, which accidentally released personal student information via email.

Information about approximately 1,100 students were released.

Assistant principal Libby Oliver is available to the full range of disciplinary action. Others may also face professional repercussions.

Records included grade analysis reports, results of a reading assessment, Individualized Education Program meeting dates, a list of students participating in the Comprehensive School Community Treatment program and a list of students who have been tardy to class or had broken a school rule.

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