(NEWS CENTER Maine) - There have been at least four school threats in Maine over a 48-hour period.

This comes in the wake of a devastating mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida on Wednesday.

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Lakes Region Middle School

A threat was made in Naples at the Lakes Region Middle School. School officials say the threat came in on Tuesday, February 13th.

"We will be adressing the student body, with the support from local law enforcement, to provide an educational opportunity to make students aware of the seriousness of such threats and the ramifications that may result from such actions," administrators wrote on the school website.

They say the threat was without merit and they are "pursuing appropriate consequences" for the student found responsible for the threat.

Cony High School

Augusta Police say a threat "involving a firearm" was made by a student at Cony High School on Tuesday, February 13th.

Police say the school resource officer was notified and investigated the situation. The student was then interviewed with parents present.

A boy was issued a "juvenile summons for Terrorizing and remained in the custody of his parents," according to police.

It was determined by officials that the student was unlikely to act on the threat.

Caribou Middle School

Police say a bomb threat was written in a bathroom of Caribou Middle School and was discovered on the afternoon of February 13th.

A 13-year-old boy was charged with Class D "Terrorizing" and referred to Juvenile Probation, according to police. He was released to his parents.

Police say no students or staff were in danger, and that administrators acted quickly.

The Caribou Police Department issued this message to the public, "Unfortunately we live in a world were some people do and say things just to see what would happen, but we all know that bad things do happen in this world, with that said 'If you See Something, Say Something.'" The memo continued and said, "tell a teacher, parent or just someone that you trust, but tell someone, maybe bad things can be stopped before they happen."

South Portland High School

Police and students say a South Portland High School student posted a SnapChat threatening to "shoot up" the high school on Thursday, February 15th.

Police arrested the 15-year-old boy on his way to school Thursday morning. He has been charged with terrorizing and carrying a concealed weapon - for a knife he had in his backpack.