D.C. earthquake: Local school closures

      Six Prince George's county schools will remain closed on Friday, Aug. 26.

      Beltsville Academy Bradbury Heights ES Port Town ES Potomac HS Suitland ES Forestville Military Academy

      Thirty-two public schools in Prince George's county will remain closed on Thursday, August 25, due to ongoing structural assessments, school officials said. The closed schools are:

      1. Andrew Jackson Academy2. Apple Grove ES3. Barack Obama ES4. Beltsville Academy5. Berwyn Heights ES6. Bradbury Heights ES7. Carole Highlands ES8. Charles Herbert Flowers HS9. Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. HS10. Ernest Everett Just MS11. Forestville Military Academy12. Gaywood ES13. Greenbelt ES14. Hyattsville ES15. John H. Bayne ES16. Langley Park-McCormick ES17. Margaret Brent School18. Avalon at Middleton Valley ES 19. Northwestern HS20. Oakcrest ES21. Overlook ES22. Oxon Hill ES23. Port Towns ES24. Potomac HS25. Robert R. Gray ES26. Rogers Heights ES27. Suitland ES28. Surrattsville HS29. Thomas Pullen Performing Arts30. William Paca ES 31. William Wirt MS32. Yorktown ES

      All D.C. public schools will open on time. Only the School Without Walls in Ward 2 will remain closed Thursday, officials said.

      Prince George's County and D.C. Public Schools were closed Wednesday while buildings were inspected for structural damage and safety.

      The{}federal government was open, but some buildings are closed.

      A range of counties in Virginia closed their schools Wednesday following the earthquake Tuesday.

      A Fairfax County Schools spokesperson says Bull Run Elementary School would be closed Wednesday.

      Anne Arundel Community College will open at 7:00 a.m.