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Huntsville schools reopen after cyberattack minus computers


Huntsville schools are back in session after a cyberattack shut the system down.

Teachers and students are still unable to turn on school-issued devices and are using paper copies for both in-person and at-home lessons. 

Huntsville City Schools were closed for a week after a cyberattack but returned on Monday. The system has almost 23,000 students, over 2,000 employees and around 40 schools.

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