District administrators in Centerburg, Ohio, canceled their June 6 high school graduation ceremony because of a breach in the school's computer system that allowed a student to make copies of a test, 10TV.com reports. Centerburg Local Schools made the decision to cancel the ceremony during an emergency board meeting on June 4. "After several hours of intense and thorough discussion concerning a breach into the school's computer system by a senior student, which resulted in copying some tests for a senior course, the action was deemed necessary," the district said in a statement. Board members said the incident involved many

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