Dan Rattiner reports: Kids at droop Harbors�Pierson high School�who hold bad grades might make gotten a lot to recreate about last Monday, november 11. On that day, administrators and teachers found out that hackers had seized the schools computer system. What would happen to class schedules, reports,�college acceptance�information, salaries to be paid, bank balances? And the grades. Of course, in the next few hours and days, superintendent of Schools Katy Graves, citing the backup they had for such an occasion, hoped to get the system staggering to its feet. The outage, they initially predicted, might last 24 hours, or maybe a bit longerbut in fact, they were still down on Monday, November 18, according to a clerk at the front desk at the schooltime system. Professionals from the outside have been brought in to reset everything from the backup. record more on Dan’s Papers. DataBreaches.net can find no observation on the district’s website or on the high school’s website concerning any ransomware incident.