JACKSON, Wyo. (CBSLA/AP) — Some parents of students at a Wyoming high school are upset that “shooting at (President Donald) Trump” was offered as a possible answer on a multiple-choice, online English test.

The Jackson Hole High School quiz has since been taken down, according to The Jackson Hole News & Guide.

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The quiz involved George Orwell’s 1945 novel “Animal Farm” and asked why a character in the book orders that a gun be fired.

Following the question, “Napoleon has the gun fired for a new occasion. What is the new occasion?”, the first multiple choice answer offered is, “He was shooting at Trump”.

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Teton County School District officials apologized and say they take threats of any kind seriously.

Parent Jim McCollum says he was surprised when his son, a junior, came home and showed him a screenshot of the quiz.

McCollum says the potential answer on Trump was completely out of line.

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