Trinity Area School District, police investigating after security breaches during virtual classrooms

Lauren Lee reports:

Trinity Area School District reported a security breach in a fifth-grade cyberclassroom at Trinity West Elementary on Wednesday, according to a letter by the district’s superintendent that was obtained by Post-Gazette news partner KDKA-TV.

Superintendent Michael P. Lucas said the “hacker” accessed the virtual classroom and was “able to introduce offensive racial and other inappropriate comments.” Mr. Lucas also told parents in the letter that there was a report of an alleged pornographic image as well.

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