CROWN POINT, Ind. — Crown Point Community School Corp. cancelled classes Monday for all students.

According to the Northwest Indiana Times, school officials made the decision after learning its network may have been compromised during an outage last week.

The district said it was slowly restoring some parts of the network over the weekend, but students and teachers will likely have limited access to the network this week.

The school district said classes will resume on Tuesday.

In an update posted online, the district released new information regarding technology, email accounts and more.

Of note, the district said students can use their Chromebooks when they return to school and no personal devices should be used on the district WiFi. Phones are also working at the school but email has not been restored.

Security systems are still working and security procedures haven’t changed, the district said.