Hundreds of Honeoye Falls-Lima High School students stayed home Friday. School officials say 460 out of the 768 total high school students were not in class Friday after the school shooting threat discovered earlier in the week.

Hundreds of Honeoye Falls-Lima High School students stayed home Friday- that is nearly 60-percent of the student body did not go to school.

This comes after deputies learned about a threat against the school.

That threat indicated a possible shooting could happen Friday.

School officials say 460 out of the 768 total high school students were not in class Friday.

There is no official update on the joint investigation with Monroe County Sheriff's Department but the district has canceled all after school activities and events for the afternoon and evening due to the large number of absences.