From The Washington Post: Construction is beginning on three schools in western Prince William County, Va., as officials work to relieve crowding in the growing school system. In the past two months, crews have broken ground for T. Clay Wood Elementary School in Nokesville, a yet-unnamed elementary school in Bristow and an unnamed middle school in Haymarket. The two elementary schools, along with Patriot High School, which is already being built in Nokesville, are scheduled to open in fall 2011. The middle school is slated to open in 2012. The district has about 76,650 students, and About 3,300 more are expected over the next two school years.