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Catch the Wave at 97.9 WHAV ♦ June 15, 2021
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Updated: Haverhill Schools to Resume Friday; 140 Computers Found Infected by Cyberattack

Updated: Haverhill Schools to Resume Friday; 140 Computers Found Infected by Cyberattack
Haverhill school grades from pre-kindergarten to fourth are back to school in person Friday, but dealing with the lingering effects of Wednesday’s ransomware attack. School buildings will not have standard internet, but a “workaround” is in place to bring internet in from outside to use such programs as SchoolBrains, Google programming and eSped. Haverhill Superintendent Margaret Marotta told the School …

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