Clay County school officials said schools in the county are operating on a regular schedule Monday as police provide a stepped up presence at a school and investigate a social media post that could be a threat, according to WCHS-TV.

Clay County School Superintendent Joe Paxton said late Sunday night there was a social media post that could be a threat, and law enforcement acted immediately.

There has been no harm to any students, and the student is not in school right now, Paxton said.

A message on Clay County School's website said that schools would operate on a regular schedule Monday and that law enforcement is handling a social media post that has caused concern.

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