Central York High School is dismissing students at 11 a.m. Wednesday after receiving a bomb threat.

The district said on its Facebook page that the school received the threat this morning, and all students were evacuated.

Police and bomb squads are at the school to investigate, the district said. All students, faculty and staff were accounted for.

Springettsbury Township Police Chief Tom Hyers said the bomb threat was received at about 9 a.m.

Police dogs are helping sweep the school, but that takes time, which is why students were dismissed.

Julie Romig, spokesperson for the school district, said students will be able to come back for personal belongings after the building is deemed safe. Romig said the district will send a message through their automated telephone system and put information on the website about reclaiming belongings later today.

Check back later for more information.