An investigation was launched after a student in Nashua, New Hampshire, was found with a death list, according to Superintendent Mark Conrad.
A book series called Death Notes, which is based off of an anime carton, leaves blank spaces in which you can write the name of a person who has "wronged you." A student at Nashua North wrote the names of several students in one of the books.
Based on conversations with a concerned student and the student who is accused of writing the names, the school district does not believe the student had any intention of harming the students or that they're in any danger.
The school department investigation is complete and the school says appropriate action has been taken against the student in question.
All parents of the students named in the book were notified.