A Waupaca teen accused of making threats against both public high schools in Oshkosh pleaded not guilty this week. 18-year-old Andrew Monroe is facing two counts of making terrorist threats for allegedly making threatening phone calls regarding the two high schools to 911 dispatchers in Waupaca County. Authorities responded to the threats by deploying extra patrol and eventually closing school for one day. According to court records, Monroe will have a trial date on April 18. 17-year-old Dylan Bird was also charged in the incident and will be in court Feb. 27 for a motions hearing, according to court records. There was also a 15-year-old, who has been referred to juvenile court.