BRISTOL TWP., Ohio - A bomb threat forced students in the Bristol Local school district out of their classrooms Friday morning.
The district's superintendent, says a message written on a desk, mentioned a bomb was in the building.
Students were lead out of their classrooms and across the street to township buildings while school officials and the Trumbull County Sheriff's office searched lockers and classrooms to check for anything suspicious.
Following the search, students were allowed to go back inside, but many parents opted to take their children home early.
"There's a frustration on our part and even with the students, but again, I think we've reacted well to it," Christopher Dray says, Bristol superintendent.
Dray says his administration has leads as they try to determine who could be responsible for the threat.
This was the second bomb threat found in the high school this week. Fray says a hand-written message was discovered on a restroom wall earlier this week.
The Trumbull County Sheriff's office and the district are handling the investigation.