The district said Monday morning that the Pasadena ISD police department received a tip about a threat on Snapchat against Sam Rayburn High School.
Pasadena ISD also added that the police department began to investigate immediately and arrested a student for making a terroristic threat.
It said in a statement: "As a precaution, additional district personnel and Pasadena ISD Police Department are on site today at Sam Rayburn High School."
This comes as several Houston-area schools have had to deal with threats over the last two weeks since the shooting at a Florida high school that killed 17 people.
Got this from parent who says many are trying to get to their kids at Sam Rayburn HS after a threat on snap chat. Student has been arrested. pic.twitter.com/JZkX2DN4wr— Mayra Moreno ABC13 (@MayraABC13) February 26, 2018
NO JOKE: Schools on edge after week of lockdowns and alleged threats on social media