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Website woes hit Fayette County School System

The Fayette County School System this afternoon said it is experiencing technical difficulties with its website, www.fcboe.org, and that the site might be down for several days. School board agendas and other school system areas can be accessed on other available websites.

Technicians are currently working on the problem and will restore the site as soon as possible, said spokesperson Melinda Berry-Dreisbach. In the meantime, the public can access highly viewed pages such as eBoard, the podcast/videocast page, Infinite Campus (for parents only) and Human Resources by using the Uniform Source Locator (URL):

-eBoard URL: https://eboard.eboardsolutions.com/Index.aspx?S=4067
-Podcast/Videocast URL: http://74.50.2.149
-Infinite Campus URL: https://campus.fcboe.org/campus/portal/fayette.jsp
-Human Resources/Job Postings URL: http://216.77.96.35/application/user/vacancies.asp

Berry-Dreisbach said if the public needs access to other pages or documents that are not listed above, please email webmaster@fcboe.org or call 770-460-3990, ext. 138.

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