A Covington County High School was placed on lock-down Thursday.
A Sheriff's Department spokesman says a student at Florala High School made some threats, but the threats turned out to be un-founded.
The student's mother had been arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after a confrontation with school officials earlier in the day.
A student hearing was held Friday morning.
Covington County School Superintendent Sharon Dye says school officials followed regulations, but she refused to disclose what sort of discipline, if any, was handed out.