fairfax virginia: 7 tips for commuting to work (in Fairfax County, VA) - 07/11/11 12:13 PM
A few months ago, Alison and James were moving her family from Japan (Tokyo) to the Washington, DC area.   They chose schools in the Fairfax County Public School district for their kids, and even narrowed down their search to a couple of neighborhoods that belonged inside their desired school boundaries.   Once Alison and James short-listed their favorite neighborhoods, they wanted to know how they would get to work. So, I presented Alison and James with the following 7 commuting options (starting with riding the Metro into Washington, DC): 1. Ride the Metro Metro is the subway system that connects … (1 comments)

fairfax virginia: Moving to Fairfax, VA? Find out how School Pyramids affect you... - 04/14/11 07:15 PM
The Mayans, just like the Egyptians, were ancient civilizations who built impressive structures made of rock called "Pyramids".
Unfortunately, we don't get to enjoy those amazing feats of architecture here, in Fairfax, Virginia.  But we do have school pyramids.
What Are School Pyramids?
Most school districts work like a pyramid. At the top is a high school, and underneath it, feeding into that high school, are one or more middle schools and several elementary schools.
In the Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) system of Northern Virginia, these groupings of schools are actually referred to as "School Pyramids".

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