Officers are seen entering a classroom and taking a student into custody at the Waukegan High School Washington Campus Thursday morning. | Screengrab via Facebook

At least one student was taken into custody during a lockdown at the Waukegan High School Washington Campus Thursday morning, according to video shared on social media.

A message sent to parents at around 9:20 a.m. Thursday said, “Washington Campus is on lockdown due to a police investigation in the building.”

School officials said that the school and the Waukegan Police Department were made aware of a threatening image posted on social media which allegedly showed Waukegan High School students.

The image immediately prompted a police investigation and the school was placed on lockdown, officials said.

Officers and K-9 units responded to the building.

School officials say there is no active threat, and the school is remaining on lockdown as a precaution.

The Alternative/Optional Education Center (AOEC) and Robert Albert Middle School were also placed on lockdown due to the police activity nearby.

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A video posted on Facebook from Snapchat shows multiple officers entering a classroom and taking a student into custody.

The officers are seen directing students out of the classroom and into the hallway.

The lockdown comes just over a week after Lake Zurich High School was placed on lockdown twice.

This is a developing story. Check back later for updates.