Wisconsin public schools were hit hard by the short lived Google Docs email scam. The Appleton School District disabled its Google accounts for students and staffers for about one hour Wednesday afternoon, and it shut down student Chromebooks. Wausau was among the school systems in Wisconsin sending alerts to families, warning them against opening emails from their school contacts — and to delete them. Appleton Police sergeant Dave Lund says he received a few of the faulty emails back to back. They urged recipients to open important Google documents — and once they did, they exposed personal data on Google platforms to potential hackers. They were sent early in the afternoon — and by the end of the day, Google said it resolved the mass phishing of personal data by disabling offending accounts, among other things.