Transcript of 911 call: Phoenix Police what is your emergency. I am at the Tempe Union High School and six girls spelled out the word NI**ER. I don't understand ma'am what is the emergency. Well, I am a NI**ER and this is offensive to me. I want those girls sent to prison for life. Whatever, ma'am, will send the police right over. A suburban Phoenix school district is taking disciplinary action after a photo of students spelling out a racial slur with T-shirts sparked outrage after surfacing on social media. Tempe Union High School District spokeswoman Jill Hanks said on Friday that the discipline process remains ongoing but six girls will be punished in accordance with district policies. Hanks says Desert Vista High School students were wearing shirts to spell out 'BEST*YOU'VE*EVER*SEEN*CLASS*OF*2016' for a senior class yearbook photo. She says the girls in the photo went off on their own and used their shirts to spell out a racial slur, 'NI**ER' Someone shared the photo online, prompting calls to the principal. Hanks says officials are 'absolutely outraged and disappointed' and the students' actions do not represent the student body. Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio said he talked to the Phoenix Police Department and learned that the girls have been threatened, according to the Phoenix New Times. We will be sending a community action officer to the school to monitor the situation and to talk to the girls and their families,' DiCiccio wrote on Facebook. 'They made a bad mistake as many teenagers do in life. But, any threats against these young women is going to be taken very seriously...People just need to knock off the threats and leave this to school officials and their parents. Period.' Police showed up outside the school for extra safety after the post was viewed by hurt students online.