There was a 'code yellow' at Boca Raton Community High School for a time on Friday.
It came after a threat was posted on social media, according to a tweet from Boca Raton police.
Code yellow means no one comes or goes from the campus but school classes take place as scheduled.
It was lifted around noon.
Officers from both the Boca Raton Police Department and Palm Beach County School District Police responded to the campus.
— Boca Raton Police (@BocaPolice) October 12, 2018
THE ALL-CLEAR WAS GIVEN AFTER A THREAT FORCED A LOCKDOWN AT BOCA RATON HIGH SCHOOL THIS MORNING. ¤W3 28 ]] C2.5 G 0 [[ TAKE VO FULL TAKE VO FULL VIDEO FROM CHOPPER 5 SHOWS POLICE RESPONDING TO THE SCENE. THE SCHOOL DISTRICT SAYS THEY WERE CHECKING OUT A THREAT MADE ON SOCIAL MEDIA. WE ARE STILL WORKING TO LEARN THE SPECIFICS OF THAT THREAT. HOWEVER, WE KNOW THE LOCKDOWN WAS LIFTED AROUND NOON TODAY.
the Palm Beach County School District Police is investigating a social media threat. Officers from @pbcsd and @BocaPolice are on scene.