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PARKER, Colo. -- Parents received a message Tuesday night about an investigation into a possible threat at Chaparral High School.

The letter from principal Greg Gotchey said the investigation determined there's no credible threat despite misinformation that was spreading on social media.

It started when two students notified the school about a message they received of a potential threat.

The Douglas County Sheriff's Office said it identified the sender of the message and determined there's no actual threat.

The Douglas County School District said classes will be held as scheduled Wednesday.

There will be extra security at the school as an abundance of caution.