LANSING, N.Y. (WENY) - Two more teens have been arrested for allegedly making a "kill list" that included another student. 

The Tompkins County Sheriff's Office responded around 9:50 AM on June 7th at Lansing High School for an alleged threat against the school. This was the second such threat at the school this month.

The investigation revealed that several students heard and saw two other students discussing and creating a "kill list" to include various people, one of which was another student. 

The students ages 15 and 16, were both charged with Making a Terroristic Threat, a Class D Felony. The 15-year-old will be processed as a juvenile and the 16-year-old as an adult.

The names of the students are not being released due to their ages.

The Sheriff's Office says that the school is not at risk and that the children do not have access to firearms. Security will be provided throughout the remainder of the school year.

Parents are once again reminded to speak with their children about the seriousness of making written or verbal threats. Anyone learning of such threats should report them immediately.