ROY -- Police and K-9 units searched Roy High School for a bomb threat Wednesday evening, following up on an earlier threat at Two Rivers High School in Ogden.
Weber School District spokesman Nate Taggart said searching the school was just a precautionary measure, and it was not believed there was an imminent danger.
"We just wanted to err on the side of safety," he said.
On Wednesday morning, police investigated a possible threat at Two Rivers High School, Taggart said.
"We wanted to make sure our school was safe in light of that," said Roy Principal Gina Buttars.
Both Taggart and Buttars declined to divulge any connection to the Two Rivers High School threat that led to the sweep at Roy.
Buttars said school will go on as usual Thursday, but she is planning to inform parents of what happened through emails and phone calls.
Taggart did not say if there was a suspect in the Two Rivers threat.
Correspondent Rachel Trotter contributed to this report.