A threat made over social media has caused two New Orleans schools to close their campuses on Tuesday.
School officials with the KIPP Renaissance High School and KIPP Renaissance Early College Academy announced the closure of both campuses at 3820 St. Claude Avenue through their Facebook page.
A report from WWL-TV says the closure also includes after school activities.
WWL-TV said school officials launched an investigation into the threat and contacted the New Orleans Police Department, but neither organization released any additional details about the threat.
"Parents, students and community members are encouraged to contact the New Orleans Police Department with any information that may aid in the investigation," the school released in a statement.
More to come.