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District cancels graduation after computer breach


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 members of the senior class. Some students participated in cheating, while others had knowledge of the activity but failed to report it, the release said. The district said qualified students were able to pick up their diplomas at the Board of Education building…

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