FOLEY, Ala. -- Here' an update to a story we've been following out of Baldwin County.
Saturday the school system told FOX10 News the threat made to Foley High School over the recent holiday break never mentioned the words "shoot up the school," as was first relayed by the school system.
A school system official on Saturday emailed that correction to news media.
He wrote that the the student who was arrested didn't write those words.
The Baldwin County schools superintendent says that even though the threat didn't say anything about shooting up the school, the fact that a threat was made is inexcusable, according to the spokesman.
Here is the message emailed to news media Saturday afternoon:
"This message is to clarify our e-mail to you regarding the social media threat at Foley High School. The screen shot media has on file and Foley PD has on file DOES include the words “shoot up the school.” It appears now those words were not written by the arrested student. The original social media post did not say “shoot up the school”. To quote the original social media post directly, it said, “F— up the school.” The superintendent is not excusing the fact that a threat was made. Thank you for allowing us to correct our e-mail to you, and I apologize for the inaccuracy of our message."