Police presence Friday morning at Kapolei Middle School after a threatening post on social media.
The school was placed on a modified lock down as a precautionary measure, which means parents were allowed on campus to drop off or pick students.
The lock down was lifted around 9 a.m., after Honolulu police say they found no imminent danger.
HPD is investigating and treating the case as first-degree terroristic threatening.
Hawaii School's Superintendent Christina Kishimoto, sent a letter to parents this afternoon which reads:
No arrests have been made.