Two Round Rock charter school students were arrested Monday and charged with making terroristic threats, Round Rock police said.
The students attend Meridian World School and made the threats over social media, police said. Police officials did not share additional information about what the reported threats said.
The threat was not specific, but the students were removed from the school while their comments are investigated, according to school officials.
Administrators said they became aware of “two students having discussions on social media relating to firearms that we deemed inappropriate and of potential concern,” Meridian officials said in a statement.
Meridian officials said they could not share additional details, citing confidentiality laws.