ITHACA, N.Y. (WENY) -- A State Supreme Court Judge subpoenaed the superintendent of Ithaca City School District to appear in court after students, parents and faculty members voiced their concerns over the district's response to school threats. 

According to the Ithaca Voice, the news comes after an incident that occurred on a school bus around 4 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 28. A student reportedly yelled at two other students, the bus driver and a bus aide, saying they were going to shoot everyone on the school bus that following Monday.

According to police reports, the student claimed they were going to use a Glock 17 handgun that they had at their house. The student's mother responded to the incident, saying her child has had prior mental health issues and a history of lashing out in anger.

Officials report the school district was notified of the incident, but law enforcement was not made aware of it until approximately 24 hours later. That report was not by the district, but by a parent of one of the kids on the bus.

The Tompkins County Sheriff's Office reports that attempts to contact superintendent Dr. Luvelle Brown were unsuccessful.

New York State Supreme Court Judge Elizabeth Aherne, who is presiding over the criminal proceedings against the student, called for subpoenas to be sent to Brown and other district officials to explain their responses. If they decline, she would hold them in contempt.