Grundy Co. High Computer Hack Determined Unfounded

Posted at 12:31 PM, Sep 04, 2015

COALMONT, Tenn. – Reports of a computer hack and threats toward Grundy County High School was determined to be unfounded.

According to the Tullahoma News, the Grundy County Sheriff, Clint Shrum, said Friday morning that the there was no proof of computer system hack at the school.

He said that at no time, was the information of any student or staff compromised, but he has kept the investigation regarding the threats open.

“The Grundy County Department of Education is currently working with the Grundy County Sheriff’s Department on the alleged threats made by a student. The safety of all our students and staff on all of our campuses is our utmost priority,” stated Dr. Willie Childers, Grundy County Director of Schools.

Shrum added the he believed the situation was never out of control or not monitored to the point where students and staff were in danger.