School administrators at Freeman High School informed parents Tuesday afternoon that they were notified of a possible threat Tuesday morning. The threat was made on social media Tuesday morning according to a letter sent to parents.
School officials say they worked with law enforcement to "process and resolve the situation." The school says students brought the information to the administration, who then handed the investigation over to deputies.
Deputies say the threat came from a teenager who was home-schooled and a member of the Freeman community. Out of an abundance of caution, deputies responded to the school.
The threat comes just over a month after a shooting at Freeman High School left one person dead.
(story and photo: KHQ.com)