Superintendent Mark McLaughlin said Wednesday that the district had done its due diligence on hosting a Zoom videoconference prior to the March 24 board of education meeting. Nevertheless, he apologized for what some had to hear and witness on the livestream, which was commandeered by hackers for just under one minute.
Conejo Valley Unified officials are apologizing after their first attempt to hold a board of education meeting through a videoconferencing platform was cut short after online t...
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