Jordan Patterson reports:
Bemus Point Superintendent Michael Mansfield addressed at a school board meeting earlier this week the data breach of a program that may have affected students in the district.
In late April, Maia Learning — a comprehensive guidance program that helps students plan for college — was breached by a competing company that potentially compromised student information that included dates of birth, addresses and names of students. Mansfield said he sent a letter to parents in the district addressing the data breach.
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