AUGUSTA COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Multiple social media incidents targeting a middle school in Augusta County are under investigation.

The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office says parents and staff received a phone message from administrators at Beverley Manor Middle School on Tuesday evening, concerning videos on TikTok .

After school had been dismissed for the day and later on Tuesday night, more messages were sent to numerous students through Snapchat that targeted students at the school in a threatening manner.

The investigation determined that a student at the school was responsible for creating the Snapchat account and message.

That student has been identified and will be facing criminal charges, but their name is not being released due to their age.

Officials says there is no current threat to the school or any of the students.

On Wednesday, additional deputies are spending the day at the school so that students, staff and parents can feel safer.

The sheriff’s office says these kinds of threats are very disruptive to the community, the education system and law enforcement.

They can also have serious consequences because threats of death or bodily injury to a person, to persons on school property, or to health care providers are a felony under state law.

Augusta County Public Schools urges parents to monitor, educate and counsel their children about social media on how these threats are not jokes, are not funny and may be used to seek attention.