COCOLALLA, Idaho (AP) — A northern Idaho student is suspected of creating what authorities describe as a "kill list" on a computer device.

The Bonner County Sheriff's Office tells the Bonner County Daily Bee (http://bit.ly/1qzGhIc ) in a story on Thursday that there is no threat remaining at Southside Elementary.

Authorities say a list with all the names of a fifth-grade class was found on an iPad on Nov. 12, prompting a police investigation.

Lake Pend Oreille School District Superintendent Shawn Woodward says the 11-year-old male student believed to have created the list is no longer attending Southside Elementary but is still enrolled in the district.

Bonner County Prosecutor Louis Marshall says authorities are dealing with a young child and children often don't understand the ramifications of making threats of violence.