Two students at South Valley Middle School allegedly posted a video on social media making a threat against the school, according to a letter sent to parents from Principal Jill Mullen.
The students have been identified and will be disciplined, according to the letter.
In the video, two students can be seen with several knives. Of the them says, "Don't come to school on Monday."
Immediately after learning about the video, school officials notified the Liberty Police Department and school security.
Mullen wrote in the letter, "Please know that the safety of our students and staff here at South Valley and in LPS is top priority, and all threats are taken seriously, whether they are intentional or not."
Mullen also asked parents to remind their students that poor choices on social media can cause significant consequences.
It's unclear if the students will face charges.