Classes have resumed after a bomb threat was made against Maynard High School Tuesday.

Students arriving at the High School were told to temporarily report to the near-by Fowler Middle School.

The superintendent says the threat was non-specific and low credibility.

According to police, around 7 a.m. a resident called police to report there was a note in her vehicle’s windshield indicating a bomb threat at the high school. 

The caller is not a student and does not have any connection to the Maynard schools. 

Police obtained the note and determined the threat to be low-level. 

Police searched the building and determined it was safe for students to return at approximately 8 a.m. 

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