Cyberattack: Houston-area school district investigates troubling messages sent during technology breach
HOUSTON – Magnolia ISD is responding to a technology breach that occurred Sunday afternoon, school officials confirmed. The district said the breach of unauthorized messages included social media, text messages, emails and phone calls. Many of the alleged messages, some of which were racist and directly threatened students at Magnolia High School, were shared widely on social media. The district said the Montgomery County Constable’s Office is aware of the threat and responded immediately. Sunday evening, the cyberattack continued with a message sent to some students and parents which threatened the safety of our district, specifically, Magnolia High School.