WOODLAND, Calif. (KTXL) — The Woodland Police Department began investigating a potential threat to Gibson Elementary School and Douglas Middle School via social media on Wednesday night, according to the police department.

The Woodland Joint Unified School District (WJUSD) and the police department determined that there was no reason to believe that there was any danger or risk.

“We are thankful for those who immediately reported the social media posts to both WJUSD and WPD,” District Superintendent Elodia Ortega-Lampkin said. “As a community we need to work together to keep each other safe. If you ‘see something, say something’.”

Although the police department initially felt there was no real threat the importance of active vigilance, due to recent events, is important, according to the police department.

“We cannot ignore that the tragic events in Texas have left many of us on edge,” the police department said in a Facebook post. “We want to assure our community that we will remain diligent in our efforts to keep our community safe.”