DRAIN, Ore. -- A Douglas County student is facing charges after deputies said she made a threat against her high school and other students.
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office was contacted after the principal at North Douglas High School was made aware of the threat Monday afternoon.
The principal said the threat was made on social media against the school and against individual students.
School officials said the district made sure students were safe.
The girl is facing disorderly conduct and harassment charges.
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