(JACKSON) Jackson Hole High School was hit with another student threat yesterday, leading to another investigation by law enforcement and school officials, and continued tight security at the school. School Superintendent Pam Shea would only term the incident as a “vague threat” which took place at a time in the morning she would not specify. Shea says the message triggered an immediate threat assessment. However, it was not considered to be legitimate and the school was not evacuated. She says classes will be held today on their regular schedule with the closed campus and lock-down invoked a week ago still in place. The school is seeking the cooperation of students, teachers and parents in tracking down the person or persons responsible. Shea asks that parents visit with their sons or daughters about what they might have heard about the incident and together, report to the district anything that might be helpful – even if it appears to be insignificant information.