South Valley Prep and Arts school officials have issued a warning to parents after noticing social media activity of a threat to "shoot up" the school on Tuesday.
The school in a Monday Facebook post told parents, "If for any reason you do not feel good about sending your child to school tomorrow, you may keep them home."
When we reached out to Phoenix police Monday night after business hours, a spokesperson responded saying no information was immediately available.
ABC15 will continue to provide updates once more information becomes available.
Several other school threat incidents have concerned parents around the Valley within the last couple weeks:
- Two students were taken into custody after they set up a GoFundMe account to raise money for ammunition to "shoot up" Combs High School in San Tan Valley, according to the Pinal County Sheriff's Office.