VICTOR, N.Y. — The Victor Central School District gave an update on the ransomware attack that took place over the weekend, saying the FBI and Department of Homeland Security are now investigating.
That attack compromised district servers, knocking out internet, phones, and other systems like Schooltool and Transfinder.
Luckily school officials say no personal student or staff data was affected.
Students will remain learning remotely Wednesday.
Pre-K to third grade may have an opportunity to return to the classroom Thursday, but fifth through 12th grades will be remote for the remainder of the week.
The district says it will update families daily on Facebook and Blackboard Connect.