Nora Doyle-Burr reports:
Middle and high school students in the Lebanon School District are expected to receive their grades for the academic year that ended in June next week. The delayed release comes after some of the district’s key systems were taken offline as a precaution following a June cyberattack.
PowerSchool, a student information database where students and families can go to see grades, is expected to be back online for families on Friday, Aug. 4, according to Superintendent Amy Allen, a former assistant superintendent in Manchester who started work in Lebanon on July 1. Report cards for elementary school students were sent home at the end of the school year, but older students have yet to receive their grades.
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h/t, Doug Levin