Officers were also notified through social media.
A 14-year-old girl was taken into custody following a threat made to Northwest High School.
A news release from the St. Vrain Valley School District late Thursday stated that the student was charged with "causing an interference" following an investigation by the police department.
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Students said they were not permitted to leave the school during the time officers were on scene investigating.
Principal Jason A. Chew said in a letter to the community that the administration became aware of the threat at about 1:30 p.m. and it was immediately investigated by local authorities.
Security was increased at Northwest. Police contacted district security and worked together to increase security at the school Thursday morning as a precaution.
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Wichita Northwest High School and Wichita Police are investigating a threat that was posted to social media Wednesday night.
Wichita Police Department Public Information Officer Charlie Davidson says no arrests have been made. Police said a student overheard a threat from a third party and then posted it on the app.
The Twitter account to which the threat was posted has been suspended.
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There was increased security at the school Thursday and all activities were to continue as scheduled, according to Dollars 259.