ADAMS COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) — The Upper Adams School District dismissed classes early on Wednesday, Feb.1 due to a threat that was made toward the district.

According to the district, out of an abundance of caution, the district dismissed Biglerville High School and Upper Adams Middle School at 11 a.m. Upper Adams Intermediate School was dismissed at 12 p.m. from Zion Church in Arendtsville.

Biglerville Elementary School students were also dismissed at 12 p.m. from the Biglerville Fire Department Station.

The district stated that the students were dismissed using their regular departure plans.

The Upper Adams School District announced in a statement on the evening of Feb. 1 that the school district received an anonymous bomb threat on a document. The district administrators notified police immediately and began dismissing all of the students from schools and campuses as a precautionary measure.

According to the district, Biglerville Police, as well as Pennsylvania State Police, searched all of the schools and facilities in the district with the assistance of bomb-sniffing K-9 dogs.

The buildings were cleared by the K-9 unit and no bombs were detected in any of the district schools or facilities.