Truman High School classes will be held as regularly scheduled Thursday after a search of the school was conducted and the building was deemed as "all clear."
"The school district, working with local authorities, conducted an extensive sweep of Truman yesterday evening and found nothing out of the ordinary," Bristol Township School District spokesperson Eileen Kelliher told Patch.
In addition, Kelliher said that there will be extra security and emergency personnel stationed at Truman Thursday "just to make certain everything goes well."
The threat was discovered this past weekend in a boy's restroom used as a locker room by student athletes during a wrestling tournament, which specified the date Jan. 3, 2013.
School administrators sent letters home to parents Wednesday informing them that district security was made aware of the threat this past weekend and that a search of the school was scheduled for Wednesday evening.
School officials requested that students not carry back packs or bags to school Thursday. In addition, students were not permitted in the school prior to 6:45 a.m.
"We have and will continue to take these things seriously and take all necessary and proper precautions to insure the safety and security of our students, staff, and community," principal James Moore told Patch.