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Sachem School District’s Internal Information Leaked
Internal information from the Sachem Central School District was leaked to a local message board, the school district said Friday.
Sachem officials posted a statement on the district’s website alerting parents that “internal information” was shared with a message board but ruled out any “network intrusion.”
Suffolk County police has been notified, the school district said, adding that it is also actively looking into and “dealing with the issue.”
The statement does not specifically say what kind of information was shared with the local message board. It also did not identify which message board the internal information appeared on.
“If you have any information about the situation that could help police with their investigation, please email Abuse@Sachem.edu,” reads the statement.
Suffolk police could not immediately comment on the incident.
The district’s superintendent could not be reached for comment.
It has come to our attention that internal information from the Sachem Central School District has been shared on a local message board. We have run tests to show that there has been no network intrusion to the district’s systems. Suffolk County Police is involved in the matter. The school district is actively looking into and dealing with the issue. If you have any information about the situation that could help police with their investigation, please email Abuse@Sachem.edu.