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Students allegedly hacked into school computer system, delayed testing

Students allegedly hacked into school computer system, delayed testing

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Every kid wishes it would happen at their school, the computers go down right before a big test. That actually happened at one metro high school, but it was no accident and the principal blames a student.

“I just don’t see a reason why they did that,” said a Volcano Vista High School freshman.

This testing season, it’s the school searching for answers.

“It’s definitely a bit more stressful because we don’t know what’s going on,” said a Volcano Vista High School sophomore. Last week, VVHS was knocked off the grid.

“Yes, the WiFi is pretty bad. It’s still up, but it’s not working,” said a Volcano Vista High School freshman.

According to an email sent by Volcano Vista to parents, a student or group of students is responsible.

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