The Las Vegas City Schools district lost data when one of its servers went out on Aug. 19, but the problem hasn’t affected students, an official said last week.
Superintendent Rick Romero said both hard drives in one of the district’s servers went out, so that meant a loss of data inputted in June, July and early August.
He said if just one of the hard drives had lost the data, the other one could have recovered the information.
Now, district staff is reinputting the data, which includes student scheduling information, Romero said.
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