Security breach minimal, says school board


P.E.I.’s English Language School Board has completed its review into a security breach last week of a computer program that tracks student marks, assignments and attendance.

The Students Achieve website is meant to be a place where students and parents can keep track of progress at school. Last week the board discovered the web site had been altered from outside the school using teacher accounts.

The investigation found six students from Three Oaks Senior High School in Summerside were involved. The students went into the computer system and changed some attendance records.

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P.E.I. students hack system, change school records


P.E.I.’s English Language School Board is trying to figure out how many students were involved in a security breach that included hacking into school records.

The incident happened at Three Oaks High School in Summerside.

Board Superintendent Cynthia Fleet said somehow, a student got their hands on a teacher’s password.

They used it to access the StudentsAchieve Program, which contains marks and attendance records.

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