There will be additional security at a Maury County school after alleged threats were posted online, officials said.
The Twitter account for Spring Hill High School in Columbia said no direct threats were made, and they might be referring to a different SHHS.
SHHS Update: Please see the attached message from SHHS Administration in regards to the social media post that has generated some concerns. pic.twitter.com/8ubd9EY2Rf
— SpringHill HS (@SpringHillHS1) February 20, 2017
In a statement, the school said there was "no clear link to our school, as there are multiple schools throughout the United States who use the same acronym SHHH."
School would continue as normal Tuesday.
Superintendent Dr. Chris Marczak tweeted a screen-shot of the account used to make the threats.
The school has increased security out of precaution.