Prescott Valley Police officers responded to the PACE Academy School Tuesday morning on a threat a student made to the school. Officers arrived at the school at 8:45 a.m. and contacted a student who was in the principal’s office. According to the principal, the student made threats to “shoot up the school and burn it down.” The student also reportedly attempted to recruit additional students to carry out the plan. Due to the vigilance of other students who reported the plan, the student was identified and detained. The student was taken to the Yavapai County Juvenile Detention Center, where the person remains in custody on charges of making a terroristic threat and interference with an educational institution. Police remind residents that if you see something, say something.