And in New Brighton, police say they've received numerous calls from parents regarding a concerning Snapchat post that was sent around to some Irondale High School students.
School safety has been in the spotlight since a former student at a school in Parkland, Florida opened fire inside the school and killed 17 people last week.
"The suspect used the abbreviation 'bhs, ' but that threat was distributed all over social media and caused concerns sounds like for a lot of school districts with the abbreviation BHS", Plumb said.
A juvenile has been taken into custody in connection with the social media incident. All other Lancaster district schools remain open. "It spreads like wildfire", said Mayor Davis standing outside of Bayonne High School.
In a release on Friday officials say, "any real threat will be acted upon to the fullest extent of the law".
Further investigation revealed there wasn't any credible threat, Police Chief Dan Hall said in a Friday statement.
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Deptford police were notified and quickly identified the "student" who made the threat. We will have an increased presence in and around our schools to help ensure a safe environment as students return to school on Monday.
Classes resumed Friday after the district just south of Grand Rapids said that Aitkin County law enforcement had investigated and arrested two girls, ages 13 and 15, on suspicion of making terroristic threats.
The student said her schoolmates in lockdown were sharing a Snapchat photo of graffiti warning students not to come to school on February 23, but its authenticity or origin could not be independently verified.
Threats to schools have surged following the latest campus killing spree in Florida, according to school and police officials.
"We want to let kids know that this is not an opportunity to get out of school, so please do not - do not - put these types of rumors out", Young said. "This is another important step we can take and I expect to have this program implemented in the upcoming months".