Bath public schools opened two hours later than usual Thursday morning because of bomb threats.
Bath superintendent Jake Huffman says two phone threats were left on the administration office's voice mail. They were discovered when staff arrived at 7:10 a.m.
Huffman says the buildings were immediately evacuated, Bath police were contacted and the opening delay was announced.
By 9:20 a.m., all buildings had been swept by bomb detection units, nothing was found and classes were reopened.
The voice mails are being analyzed with hopes of determining the caller.