Schroder claimed the threats have escalated so much that police have been posted at the school and students are scared to attend class tomorrow.

“It’s really scary, I know a lot of people are scared to go to school tomorrow and won’t be attending because of what could happen,” he said. “There have been cops there ever since the incident and I think there will be a lot more tomorrow.”

Schroder and another senior, Grant Hillmann, both described how they were allegedly doxxed—or had their identities and contact information made public online.

“I, myself, wasn’t even present but I am very vocal about defending my school and my peers and I have been doxxed on three separate occasions,” Hillmann said. “This has lead to a tsunami of hateful messages and threats and everything above.”