"More than 3000 documents have been affected by the W-32 Nimda virus," according to Jean Simers, secretary to Calhoun Superintendent of Schools, Ron Blankenship. Most of the Calhoun Schools web sites are down.

The main page for the school system is requiring a password. "We don't have the password," said Simers. The server is located at the school board office in Grantsville.

Simers said technicians are working to clean up the sites and get them running.

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