Goldsboro High School received another threatening message early this morning.

Ken Derksen, public information officer for Wayne County Public Schools, could not confirm how the threat was received or what the threatening message was.

While GHS was the only school to receive the message, both GHS and Wayne School of Engineering were evacuated from the shared campus. Law enforcement officers are investigating, students and staff members were relocated to Wayne Academy. Some students and staff were relocated to the Herman Park Center, which was closer to some of the evacuation locations for GHS.

Parents who are picking up students from school should go to Wayne Academy using the Lionel Street entrance off Royall Avenue. If the student is at Herman Park Center, they can be picked up there.

This is a developing story and the Goldsboro News-Argus will continue reporting as new information is available.

Two city schools have been evacuated for the second time this week after receiving more threatening messages, according to Wayne County Public Schools.

Students at both Goldsboro High and Wayne School of Engineering have been evacuated while law enforcement investigates, WCPS posted on Facebook. Both schools, along with Eastern Wayne High and Greenwood Middle, were evacuated on Wednesday after all four schools received threats. Students were eventually allowed to return to class later that day.

This story is ongoing, and will be updated as more information becomes available.