Classes are cancelled for the third day in a row in a Gloucester County school district due to technical problems caused by an “unauthorized third party,” according to notifications from the district.
The Monroe Township School District cancelled classes on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
On Wednesday, a sign on the door of Williamstown High School said all activities are cancelled until further notice.
A notification from Superintendent Susan Ficke went out to parents Monday evening, saying there was a technical issue that may result in the disconnection of the school’s internet service.
It went on to say that holding classes without internet would present logistical and safety concerns.
On Wednesday evening, Action News learned in an email sent to parents that district officials say the technical problems were caused by an “unauthorized third party,” and efforts to restore internet and investigate the problem were ongoing.