A lockdown for the Hubbard School District has been lifted as of Tuesday aftenoon.

Earlier in the day, the K-12 campus was placed on lockdown due to reports of a potential threat.

All three schools within the district operate out of one campus, with the elementary, middle, and high schools each connected to the others.

Hubbard Police Chief, Bob Thompson tells 21 News they were alerted to a threat made via text message and the school was placed on lockdown as a precautionary measure.

Later in the day, the middle and elementary school sections were placed on soft lockdown, meaning that parents or guests could not enter the building, but school continued as normal for students.

At this time, it is not clear what the threats are related to and police say they are still working to determine who made the threats and if they are credible.

Police say once a suspect is determined, charges will likely be filed.