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USD 409 suffers internet problems on first day of school

(KAIR)--Technical difficulties marked the return to school for Atchison Public School students on Wednesday.

In a text-alert sent to patrons just after 12 noon, USD 409 Atchison Public Schools reported that the internet was down across the district.

The text also said that phones were down at Atchison Middle School, Central, and Atchison High.

MSC News reached out to school superintendent Renee Scott, who informed us that the district was still down as of 2 o’clock and that AT & T was sending out a technician to address the problem.

It’s not immediately known if the internet issue was resolved Wednesday afternoon.

The USD 409 board voted in late July to give families the choice of having their students learn in person, remotely, or with a hybrid-model combining the two.

According to a survey done by a district-appointed committee in July, about 54 percent of families had chosen the in-person model, with the rest evenly divided between remote and hybrid learning.

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