Bryant Reed reports: After a cyber disturbance that took out net and phone lines in the Columbus County school system, the superintendent says theyre moving in the compensate direction, but still need plentifulness of help. schooling officials presented the update Monday night at the county commissioners meeting. The attack had strike all 17 schools in the territory and the recovery efforts have been going on since October. So far, the territory has spent about $900,000 on recovery. Commissioners approved reimbursing the school territory $100,000 on Monday night. Around $800,000 is yet to be recouped. County commissioners have voted to ask the state for assist for the rest. show more on WECT. It’s not clear from the news stories I’ve read whether the district had/has any indemnity that could be covering these costs.